The editor-in-chief of the Stephens College literary magazine Harbinger shares the reasons behind why she writes and what the magazine means for writers and readers alike.
Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright pitched a four-hitter and had three hits of his own in his team's 8-0 win over the Brewers.
The Missouri baseball team allowed 19 hits in a 12-1 loss Saturday at No. 3 Vanderbilt. The loss is Missouri's second of the weekend, giving Vanderbilt the series win with one more game to be played Sunday.
President Barack Obama's budget proposals to Republicans might affect his bargaining power if the GOP ever negotiate a deficit-reduction deal.
Many observers think that while North Korea wants the rest of the world to believe it is crazy, Pyongyang has a logic behind its behavior that works for the Kim family that has remained in power for decades.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Chinese leaders on Saturday in Beijing to seek help in diffusing tensions with North Korea.
Tiny signals are present on the magnetic medium that comprises both hard drives and the strips on the back of credit cards. If the unique fingerprint on those strips is compared to fingerprints in a database, fraud can be detected.
Hannibal Public Library clerk spend time with Misgana Ministries in Ethiopia earlier this year. Now, after spending her time overseas washing her clothes in a bucket, showering in a bin and using a toilet carved in the ground, she longs for that simple life.
Pope Francis named eight cardinals from around the world, including Sean Patrick O'Malley, the archbishop of Boston, to advise him on running the Catholic Church and reforming the Vatican bureaucracy.
Last month, Schnuck Markets Inc. confirmed it had been hacked and was investigating a breach that led to customer credit and debit cards getting fraudulently charged.
A recent investigation by McClatchy Newspapers raises worrisome questions about the Obama administration’s policy governing drone strikes.
A recent vote by the Missouri Senate and statements from the Missouri Farm Bureau have raised questions as to whether adding an amendment to the state constitution protecting the rights of farmers is necessary.
Margaret Thatcher was credited by supporters as being responsible for an economic revival in Great Britain while others accused her of widening the separation between the country's economic and social classes.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has put its review of the city road project on hold, saying that homes slated for demolition may have historic value and that the city provided an inadequate report on its plans.
The MU Thai Student Association hosted a Songkran festival in Stotler Lounge Thursday afternoon. A Buddhist monk was among the guests at the celebration.
The Kewpies were able to keep pace early, but the Vikings built a lead in the fourth inning and didn't look back.
In a unanimous vote, the curators agreed to urge the General Assembly and Gov. Jay Nixon to reach an agreement on whether to accept money from the federal government to expand Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Mills Apartments, the owner of Ash Street Place, is allowing residents of apartments rendered uninhabitable by the fire to finish their leases at other buildings owned by the company.
Primarily a second baseman, Hickman's Brian Montgomery has added pitching to his repertoire with the strength of his knuckleball.
We shouldn’t rule out the possibility that the reshaped council will, at least occasionally, live up to Columbia’s new official slogan — “What you unexpect.”