Police officers are judged more by the actions of the dysfunctional than by the day-to-day heroics displayed by the majority of officers across this country.
Bold men are viewed differently than strong women.
In many ways, we’re risking another water crisis.
For all its faults and shortcomings, America has been and continues to be a fascinating land of unlimited possibilities.
Most of the time, voters have rejected business executives’ entreaties, the political arts being so different from the skills required for success in business and played out in messier, more personal corridors of power.
Though Vladimir Putin has denied ever trying to influence the situation that has led to Brexit or that the Kremlin interests were served by it, he is fooling no one.
In an attempt to create a one-sided political debate about Palestine, House Bill 476, pending in the Ohio General Assembly, would impose on every state contract a clause prohibiting boycott of, or divestment from, Israel.
If veteran voters can’t explain the bizarre odyssey to elect the leader of the free world, what are first-time voters to think?
We need to vote as if our votes will shape our country’s future.
New York Times reported that presumptive presidential nominee had been both a close friend and a protégé of Roy Cohn, arguably one of the most sordid and repellent behind-the-scenes characters in our political history.