Resisting arrest is breaking the law. The Toledo Police Department were right to make the traffic stop on Detroit Avenue and Vance Street, and the community should not be outraged.
The east side needs help from city government officials for beautification projects.
Tariffs or other additional costs imposed on trading goods would have a negative impact.
Resisting arrest is a crime, and the police and the courts — not the general public — decides whether or not a past traffic stop was necessary.
By what logic could President Trump’s “bluntness and skepticism” have paid off in Brussels?
Opponents of socialism should guard against becoming totally unglued at the mention of the word, writes John M. Stewart of Maumee.
During the recent congressional testimony of FBI agent Peter Strzok, the parties were involved spoke over each other, yelled, and insulted one another.
Tyrone Riley has no right to ask, expect, or receive anything whatsoever because of his position as a councilman.
Is flattering President Trump the clearest pathway to nuclear arms?
Most people in need just want a hand up, like most immigrants, writes Bob Keller of Metamora.