Global warming is real and our government needs to get serious about it.
I truly enjoyed reading The Blade’s two editorials on a possible future for TARTA. I don’t work for TARTA, nor am I on any board from which I could make proposals on breakthrough mass transit, but having lived in Toledo for more
The Democrats, especially Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), have found out that Wells Fargo is run just like the government. No one resigned, no one got fired, and the workers were threatened with the loss of their jobs. Click here to submit a
IN THIS ELECTION cycle, perhaps more than most, voters must sift through a mix of information and misinformation, innuendo and exaggeration, fact and fiction. When we don’t know what to believe, most of us fall back on our core
Striking bronze replica finally put on D.C. pedestal.
Cautious hopes that a Sept. 9 agreement between Russia and the United States might lead to a sustained ceasefire and perhaps an eventual end to the war in Syria have tumbled to the ground, leaving prospects more desperate than they were before the
Dispatchers deserve support and thanks for helping people in their darkest moments.
Bureaucrats should not be telling people how to play games.
What is clear is that things aren’t working now.
The Blade’s Sept. 28 editorial, “A split decision,” claims the presidential debate was a draw. I watched every minute, but I think maybe I watched the wrong channel because it was not a draw. I saw Donald Trump tell lie after lie,