FOR THE second time in 16 years, a Democratic presidential candidate has won the popular vote but lost the White House. And now America’s first black president will be succeeded by one who questioned his citizenship and was endorsed by the KKK.
With all the hand-wringing that’s sure to follow the election of Donald Trump, it must be noted that for the second time since 2000 the Democratic nominee won the popular vote but was rebuffed by an arcane 18th-century idea whose time should
THE DAY AFTER the election I sat down to write a postmortem column about it, and I couldn’t. The synapses in my brain were too traumatized to transmit anything. It was impossible to compute the last 24 hours. I was in a daze, utterly numb.
Students should always be able to take multiple practice versions of any high-stakes test..
An academic study of the wait times and cancellation rates for black customers trying to use UberX and Lyft is a sobering reminder that it takes more than software to fight discrimination. It takes careful thinking about what that software should do.
You stand at the foot of the mural and look up. Way, way over your head is the opening of a well. You feel the height of the bricks above you as a weight. You seem to see the plants growing, rising from your prison at the bottom to the light
An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
DETROIT — Donald Trump not only won the presidency in a stunning upset; he did something no Republican has done since before the fall of the former Soviet Union. He carried Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Had he lost those states,
The Outdoor Writers of Ohio Inc. recognizes and accepts the role of the media as a public trust and is dedicated to the ideals of truth and conservation without regard to personal or private gain. Although the writers group embraces no political
It is 1948 all over again. Click here to submit a letter to the editor I wonder how many papers were already printed with the headline “Clinton defeats Trump”? DAVID HOLZ Maumee