In six years, tax credit spending has increased by $159 million.
Rose Nolen had a family of storytellers. Wherever news was being made in Missouri, chances were some family member was nearby.
It has been a tenet of our republic from the beginning that the government should have as little intrusion into our lives as possible.
This year's bill required some Missouri-style compromise and commonsense — and while nobody got everything they wanted, it's a bill that we can all be proud of, and that passed the Senate with a large bipartisan majority.
Lawmakers love to wring hands over the deficit and budgets, except when it’s time for feeding farm supporters.
The intrusion into American lives for the sake of security shows that many elected officials "have lost touch with the privacy needs of the people they're sworn to serve."
Journalistic efforts coupled with a knowledgeable network of people who are deeply embedded in the places they live can work together to make sure change agents have what they need to solve problems.
The law says unaccredited districts must pay for their students to get the education they deserve. It is likely that school districts worried about money will delay enforcement again.
It’s the ability to find joy in roles that most of us would find burdensome that makes these three men so memorable.
There is nothing as rich as the development and remembrance of a shared experience. On the other hand, there is nothing as frustrating as a lack of unity in an experience or endeavor requiring it.
The disclosure of data mining has aroused condemnation at both ends of the political spectrum. The far right and the far left alike have criticized this as an invasion of privacy. Either way, though, it's time for the Obama administration to be more transparent.
The re-purposing of the former Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is the underlying and more important story, and beyond the university, there are more important stories this summer.
The news about sexual violence against both women and men in our nation’s military services is so egregious that political combatants have joined forces to fight the issue and end the abuse.
The Interfaith Day Center at 616 Park Ave. in the First Ward is a daytime drop-in and referral hub.
It would be worth reporting on budget allocations for the UM Press for the current year and the proposed fiscal year.
Republicans and others are calling for a special prosecutor to investigate the allegations against the Obama administration.
Four new book acquisitions provide inspiring reading for the summer.
U.S. District Judge Catherine D. Perry in St. Louis threw out a provision of Missouri law requiring both applicants for a marriage license to sign the application “in the presence of the recorder of deeds or their deputy.”
We agree with the governor that repeal of the tax exemption on prescription drugs is a flaw. We do not, however, consider the measure ill-conceived and fiscally irresponsible.
The controversy over the move of the Museum of Anthropology and the Museum of Art and Archeology may prove to be the “hits” of the summer. Or “page views,” in more acceptable Web analytic language.