Readers respond to Blade’s editorial on Harambe.
School officials are competent enough to figure out solutions for their own schools without government involvement.
Kids have slept with earplugs during Cleveland’s run to NBA Finals.
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
With the 2015 Super Bowl human trafficking bust still fresh in our minds, we should use this impetus to bring focus to the same type of slavery that is occurring in our backyards. An estimated 1,078 youth are trafficked in Toledo annually, with the
At what point in time did The Blade’s editorial writers become experts on the behavior patterns of lowland gorillas? “Harambe was not going to hurt the boy, and [the Cincinnati Zoo director] should have known that.” The tragic
Throughout the holidays, we read in Barbara Hendel’s columns about the festive parties, celebrations, and events taking place in the greater Toledo community. Unlike the decorations that are stored away, these gatherings will continue
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.