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Oklahoma University is not what SAE is about

March 18, 2015 It was with astonishment and disbelief that I read of the atrocity that happened by a group of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity members at Oklahoma University. more »»

A brighter legacy of Selma

March 17, 2015 The morning after President Barack Obama delivered his soaring speech in Selma, former Gov. more »»

The con

March 14, 2015 The U.S. economy is picking up steam but most Americans aren’t feeling it. By contrast, most European economies are still in bad shape, but most Europeans are doing relatively well. more »»

It takes a village

March 14, 2015 “A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history. more »»

If America is Mars and Europe is Venus, how is Venus doing?

March 14, 2015 The controversy over Hillary Clinton’s emails and her unconvincing press conference at the United Nations have gotten many Democrats and others thinking the unthinkable: Clinton may not be the... more »»

Tom Cotton’s grandstand play

March 13, 2015 With a few tweaks to Scripture, herewith today’s relevant verse: What therefore President Obama hath joined together, let Republicans put asunder. more »»

Irish eyes — not always smiling

March 13, 2015 There was a lot more drinking in Washington, D.C., before May 15, 1978. That was the date, as of this writing, I had my last drink. more »»

US budget deficit totals $192.3B

March 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — The federal government ran a slightly smaller deficit in February than a year ago but the imbalance through the first five months of the budget year is still running ahead of last year. more »»

Michigan referee's death prompts calls for tougher laws

March 13, 2015 LANSING (AP) — Attacks on Michigan referees so alarmed Jim Dworman, an accomplished lawyer who also officiates high school basketball and football games, that he contacted his lawmaker two years ago... more »»

Russian leader in ‘really perfect’ health

March 13, 2015 MOSCOW (AP) — Speculation is swirling in Russia about the state of Vladimir Putin’s health, as an unusual spell outside the public eye fuels the rumor mill. more »»

The ‘disparate impact’ racket

March 12, 2015 The U.S. Department of Justice issued two reports last week, both growing out of the Ferguson, Missouri shooting of Michael Brown. more »»

Parents can reduce teen alcohol use

March 12, 2015 Over 80 percent of young people ages 10-18 say their parents are the leading influence on their decision to drink or not drink. more »»

Killer Whales say ‘Thanks’

March 12, 2015 To the editor: The Copper Country Killer Whales would like to thank everyone involved in our most recent swim meet for contributing to its success. more »»

Ferguson is not an exception

March 11, 2015 By now, it should come as news to no one that Ferguson, Missouri, has a lousy excuse for a police departmen. more »»

Job openings reach 14-year high

March 11, 2015 WASHINGTON — U.S. employers advertised the most jobs in 14 years in January, and more workers quit — both signs of a steadily strengthening job market. Job openings rose 2. more »»

Jury in Boston bombing trial sees photos of writing in boat

March 11, 2015 BOSTON (AP) — Jurors in the trial of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Tuesday saw photographs of a blood-stained, hand-scrawled note speckled with bullet holes inside the boat he was... more »»

Syrian magnate denies buying Islamic State oil

March 11, 2015 DAMASCUS, Syria — A Syrian businessman facing European Union sanctions denied on Tuesday allegations that he bought oil from the Islamic State group for President Bashar Assad’s government. more »»

Officials say bombings across Afghanistan kill at least 13

March 11, 2015 KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — A series of bombings across Afghanistan, including one targeting a police checkpoint in the country’s south, killed at least 13 people Tuesday, authorities said. more »»

34 killed in explosion at market in Nigeria

March 11, 2015 BAUCHI, Nigeria (AP) — At least 34 persons were killed by a teenage girl suicide bomber on Tuesday at a crowded market in the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, said witnesses. more »»

In grief, Tamir Rice’s mother stands alone

March 10, 2015 Even when Samaria Rice is surrounded by others, as she was at March 3’s news conference, she still seems so alon. more »»

 
 
 

 

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