I thank members of the Toledo Police Department for their brave service to keep our community safe. I thank them for spending hours in training to learn skills that they put into practice during every shift they work. I thank them for handing out
The terror killings in Paris demand a renewed global commitment to freedom of expression and opinion.
In its advertising, the natural gas industry assures the public that its operations are safe and that it is committed to environmentally sound practices. So why does it balk at reporting the pollutants it puts in the air, ground, or water? Nine
A few months ago, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. said that the Justice Department would not continue to try to force New York Times reporter James Risen to reveal confidential sources for his 2006 book State of War, or send him to jail for
The more they do not remain the same.
Nicholas D. Kristof’s Oct. 28 op-ed column, “The American Dream is leaving America,” should have gotten the same attention as Ebola and the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. His words are accurate: “The best
Toledo’s negligence in vetting city contractors has created a gaping hole in municipal accountability.
Look at his record, ladies, not his advertisement.
Your Oct. 17 editorial “Blow to women’s health” suggests that Ohio is one of the nation’s worst offenders in restricting abortion. I would suggest that Ohio is one of the nation’s best defenders of innocent human life.
Chrysler must honor its commitments to Toledo and be more transparent about its local plans.