Our nation’s current crop of global warming “skeptics” is giving the word itself a bad name. I don’t think most of the self-identified doubters of climate change are really skeptical at all. They’re deniers, not questioners.
Atheists have rights, one of which is to wish holiday joy to others in words of their choosing. After all, December's home to the holy days of several major religions, not just Christianity.
It was a wonderful experience at the Governor's Mansion during the holiday candlelight tour.
Columbia Missourian editor Greg Bowers and reporters Brian Nordli and Alex Ruppenthal discussed the young team with KBIA's Eric Durban on The Beat.
Tiger's infidelity has flawed his perfect, god-like status.
The director of public affairs for Advance America, Cash Advance Centers Inc., says customers say they choose payday loans, in part, because they are simple, reliable and transparent.
Claiming the term black American as a preferred descriptor gives the author a sense of effectiveness.
The Big Ten Conference, which mostly represents Midwest teams, has been looking to expand to 12 teams, and Missouri coaches and players have been disappointed with the Big 12 bowl selection process.
J. Karl Miller writes that University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee is displaying the type of responsibility we expect from leaders by questioning the "cap-and -trade" legislation.
According to the Associated Press-MTV poll, one-third of those polled admitted to sexting, sending sexually explicit photos, videos and chat. Kids don’t realize the harm they can do to themselves by sending these sexually explicit photos to people they believe they can trust.
After Mark Mangino resigned as head football coach at Kansas, the Jayhawks turned to Turner Gill, who previously coached at the University of Buffalo and before that played for the University of Nebraska. What were your thoughts about Mangino's situation? Do you think Missouri's arch rival will improve its football program in the near future?
The first question that one should clinically address is: "Are human activities responsible for the observed increases in world temperatures over the past century?"
It might be exciting to see famous actors film a movie in your city, but the economic activity is short-lived.
The city recently agreed to pay $300,000 to a man who was injured in July 2008 after being shocked with a Taser by Columbia police. Does the settlement change your opinion of the device?
K. Kendall Mathews encourages others to give of themselves in the name of Jesus Christ this holiday season.
UM System President Gary Forsee has floated the idea of three-year degrees to help students complete their studies faster and with less expense.
Columbia Missourian reporter Molly Harbarger joined KBIA's Eric Durban on The Beat to discuss what the designation means for Douglass.
Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O'Fallon, has proposed a state constitutional amendment that would change the direction of the health care debate. Davis is wasting time and energy.
The Associated Press' Julie Jacobson shared her story of following and photographing Marines in Afghanistan to a cadre of editors in Kansas City earlier this week.
The push to legalize marijuana in America continues with a legalization bill moving through the California Legislature. Despite many misconceptions, places like the Netherlands haven't legalized marijuana; the use is decriminalized, but the mass production of it is still a crime.