On Christmas Eve, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed a nation that only weeks before had been attacked by Japan: “There are many men and women in America — sincere and faithful men and women — who are asking
Norfolk Southern is disrupting people’s lives. It should make clear it does not intend to make additional disruptions.
Judges give instructions for a reason, and jurors should listen.
When police don’t act justly, it’s hard to get a just result.
Michael McCloskey gave Thomas White the greatest Christmas gift imaginable — his compassion.
An eventual upgrade city’s lights is an opportunity, and Toledo should be creative about improvements.
There is no other reasonable punishment than: You can no longer live among us.
Assassination of ambassador could have been like pouring gasoline on the smoldering Russian-Turkish relationship. However, the two nations’ leaders quickly agreed on a course of restraint.
How do we cope with constant terror attacks?
Governor Kasich took money from cities and higher ed in good times. Now, he is promising to take more.