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Washington I used to feel pretty optimistic that the country would get through the Trump years intact. In 2016, America... [Read More]
Back in 2016 and early 2017, Fox News was the self-satisfied home to a great deal of principled thinking about the importance of the American... [Read More]
Nearly canceled due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, then postponed due to weather, the second annual "Doggin' It for Jeff' hot dog eating contest was... [Read More]
The Hearst Connecticut Editorial Board suggests obstacles to holding Halloween during the pandemic, along with possible solutions. [Read More]
A high school student mulls the need to refine Artificial Intelligence software used for hiring on the anniversary of the U.S Department of Labor's Women's... [Read More]
If anything, Trump's clandestine support of Kanye is good for Biden. These are voters who would never vote for Biden anyway. So, their vote for... [Read More]
As a resident of Darien, I appreciate our public schools and the link between the quality of that system and home values in our town.... [Read More]
To the Editor: I am writing in response to the recent letter published on Sept. 17, by Mr. Kevin Rust of Glen Carbon.... [Read More]
The Printing Industries Alliance has opposed since 2013 the New York State Industries for the Disabled's efforts to be a "preferred source" with our opposition... [Read More]
In this time of Black Lives Matter and the the growing awareness of the importance of African-Americans in our country's history, the Times Union has... [Read More]
It was interesting to read the editorial "Protect Rapp Road," Sept. 7. While I share the concern for the Rapp Road Historic District, I cannot... [Read More]
People may not agree with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's policies and stances on everything, but he won't make us ashamed to acknowledge that he... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in Saturday's Japan News-Yomiuri: It is important to digitize public administration and make it more user-friendly for the people.... [Read More]
The following editorial appeared in Saturday's Japan News-Yomiuri: There have been a number of incidents in which children have been lured out by... [Read More]
Editorial cartoonist Jeff Danziger is the recipient of the Herblock Prize and the Thomas Nast (Landau) Prize. He served in the U.S. Army... [Read More]
THE ISSUE: The COVID-19 pandemic has hardly ended, yet some act as if it's no big deal. THE STAKES: ... [Read More]
The most gratifying words of praise I've ever received were also the tersest: "Just right," penciled in the margin of a draft opinion I had... [Read More]
The Trump administration's executive order to curb the use of the mobile app WeChat, which will be banned from app stores beginning Sunday, has become... [Read More]
"It's time to bring the chickens inside," I told my husband on Sept. 10. I had hoped it wouldn't come to this. All week I... [Read More]
Here in Butte County, Calif., the new normal is constant dread. In past times, fall in Northern California meant leaves turning bright gold... [Read More]
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