School officials are competent enough to figure out solutions for their own schools without government involvement.
With fanfare last week, First Lady Michelle Obama introduced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s new nutrition labels. The content and design of the new labels are intended to ensure that food producers are more transparent with consumers
Last week, the Taliban named a new leader and two deputies to succeed Mullah Akhtar Mohammed Mansour, whom the United States killed in a drone strike in Pakistan a few days before. There had been some thought that the assassination of Mansour would
The Transportation Security Administration takes much of the blame for recent issues, but it gets little outside support.
It is not the state’s function to intrude into every issue.
The Dixie Chicks have been pariahs in the country music world for more than 10 years — ever since an ill-timed comment from lead singer Natalie Maines. The industry is much stronger with the Chicks than without them. It is time to welcome them
There are two states the next president almost has to carry in November — Ohio and Florida. Like Ohio, Florida is a swing state — politically somewhat schizoid. But in some ways, Republicans have the advantage in 2016. It was exactly
A new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts raises troubling questions about Americans’ retirement prospects. Many will enter their golden years with reduced financial security because they don’t have pensions or 401(k) plans. The Pew
Harambe, the magnificent and rare gorilla shot dead at the Cincinnati Zoo last weekend, did not have to die. If the boy had not been there; if the enclosure had been a proper one; if the gorilla had been born and remained in the wild, the zoo would
Toledoans should boycott the Cincinnati Zoo and all things Cincinnati.