President Obama has said that American forces will begin to return from Afghanistan starting in July 2011. Is that date too soon or too distant? Should there be a specific timetable?
A closer look at Gary Forsee's letter reveals that his views more accurately represent those of our nation's most polluting special interests than of the students, faculty and staff of the UM System.
For example, violence is a story that won't go away, so what can be learned from the deaths of the Kahlers?
Columbia Missourian reporters Christina Manolis and Jordan Zirm visited KBIA's Eric Durban on "The Beat" to discuss the programs' goals and successes.
Take a gander at our current debt: $12,027,341,155,152.20. Tallied up all those zeroes yet? That’s $12 trillion and change. We can blame Bush for creating the mess, or we can blame Obama for not cleaning it up. Or we can blame both.
Forsee sent a letter Nov. 17 to Missouri's congressional delegation urging opposition to cap-and-trade climate change legislation, which would provide incentives for capping carbon emissions.
Obama's addition of 30,000 troops in Afghanstan may affect the commitments of the U.S. partners.
Presidents Barack Obama and Gary Forsee have made questionable decisions this week.
Columbia Missourian editor Scott Swafford and reporter Elliot Njus joined KBIA's Eric Durban on The Beat to discuss development downtown.
Short-term loan customers appreciate having access to credit that saves them money by helping them to avoid fees associated with bounced checks and late bill payments.
Obama’s lecture on policy will be called an insult by conservative hawks, many of whom still wrongly believe that Iraq and Saddam Hussein had a major hand in the 9/11 attacks.
Last week Dubai World, a huge government-owned conglomerate, announced it would delay repayment of billions it owes for six months. How will this affect the world economy?
Missouri lawmakers began filing bills for the 2010 legislative session Tuesday, with some bills attempting to address issues previously brought to the floor during last year's session.
Despite the fussing and fretting of certain parenting magazines, I'm not going to shelter my infant son from the heavy metal music I grew up with. After all, it's not the music that makes a child an angel or a hellion; it's the parenting.
We are living in a time where parents are too distracted to provide moral guidance to their children. Crime occurs because of a lack of moral training. We must turn off televisions, computers and cell phones and work to make changes that will reduce crime and improve life.
On Monday, a Washington Post article detailed what Obama will do next in an effort to help stabilize Afghanistan and eventually allow the military to leave the area. The decision will send 34,000 troops to Afghanistan to bring the total number to 100,000.
Why prosecute some enemy combatants in military court and others in civilian court?
Freedom of choice to do anything we may want to do without the disadvantage of having a lot of rules and regulation may be fun, but obviously it’s not the ideal system for making living together in peace easy.
During World War II, while Mother was a member of the Royal Air Force, her troupe received tea and biscuits from the Salvation Army when they landed in Northern Africa.
Today's Question: What do you think about the police department removing its detective from the Internet Crimes Task Force?
The Columbia Police Department has recently had to cut several programs for budget reasons. In October, for example, the department removed one of its detectives from the Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force.