By the time he got to Vietnam, President Obama was supposed to have had a commitment from that nation’s communist government to improve its record on human rights. But the host government blocked dissidents from meeting with him. One of them
A public official who does not want to play by the rules is disconcerting.
Julie Lyle’s decision to resign as Lucas County dog warden is a loss for the county, but also an opportunity. County officials can finally take long needed steps to make the Toledo area a humane community. Ms. Lyle, who has accepted a
All citizens have an obligation to do more than eat hot dogs and potato salad on this sacred day.
If criminals rule the streets, businesses will fail and residents will flee the city.
The Northwest Ohio Building & Construction Trades Council had its way with Toledo City Council and Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson last week, and its executive secretary, Shaun Enright, again showed that he is the man to see at Government Center.
ProMedica’s research, the first of its kind to be done in Toledo, could help unlock mysteries of the brain.
Symbols and metaphors matter. They telescope messages and values. Sometimes they embody visions. Animals can stand as powerful metaphors and symbols. Who would not like to be known as a “lion of a man?” Or even a “bear of a man?
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to let stand an egregious violation of a citizen’s right to a fair trial. In a 7-1 ruling, the Supreme Court agreed with defense attorneys for Georgia death row inmate Timothy Tyrone Foster that
So what happened to Egypt Air Flight 804, which vanished with 66 passengers and crew members on board while approaching Alexandria on a flight from Paris? We still don’t really know. A member of the team examining found body parts said they