There has been debate concerning how to define Thursday’s plane crash into an Internal Revenue Service office in Austin, Texas.
A lot of claims have been made so far about K2, but few have been substantiated.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the state ban K2 or wait until more information about its effects becomes available?
Sen. Kurt Schaefer's concern about the effects of K2, the synthetic drug similar to marijuana, prompted him to introduce a bill making the substance illegal. However, others are not certain that the substance's effects are harmful.
Residents came out to support the Heartland Men's Chorus of Kansas City despite the tirades of Westboro Baptist Church.
The Obama administration is stalling in shutting down the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. They face a complex set of problems in finding new homes for detainees.
Audiologist says noise-induced hearing loss can be prevented.
Although he is somewhat controversial, Columbia Daily Tribune Editor Hank Waters' contributions to journalism cannot and should not be overlooked.
For several reasons, many based on personal experience, an invitiation to sit down for an endorsement interview with the Columbia Daily Tribune was declined.
Chief Justice William Ray Price of the Missouri Supreme Court gave a State of the Judiciary address to the Missouri General Assembly on Feb. 3, and many of his points were intriguing and thought-provoking.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the City Council pass an ordinance that would loosen noise restrictions downtown?
The proposed limits would increase the distance that noise could be heard between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. by as much as six times the current limit.
The Reynolds Journalism Institute at MU and three journalism seniors have joined together to put forth an online public policy forum. Now they're looking for suggestions and advice from the public on how to make it the best discussion possible.
Col. Miller's opinion piece on don't ask-don't tell is basically saying that gays are "getting in the way." Then Chancellor Deaton's commentary about the Midwest science scene was a little too ambitious.
Today's “newsertainment” may not be ideal but it's what audiences are asking for.
The Missouri Regional Life Sciences Summit in Kansas City can provide the opportunity for Kansas and Missouri to be leaders in health innovation.
Matt Pearce's article about the road ahead for Ryan Ferguson misconstrues the importance of Chuck Erickson's recanting by focusing on whether Ferguson committed perjury or not. The bottom line is that Erickson lied multiple times to Ferguson's jury and the conviction cannot stand.
The decision to let gay men and lesbians serve in the military is not a question of what is fair, but of what is better for accomplishing the mission.
With households less reliant on the nuclear family it seems that America's youth is turning to drugs. But the family structure shouldn't shoulder all the blame.
The bill proposed by Rep. Cynthia Davis, R-O'Fallon, would create an English-only driver's license exam without the use of an interpreter. This is the latest in a nationwide debate on English-only exams.
TODAY'S QUESTION: Should the Winter Olympic Games put more restrictions in place to protect athletes?
Olympic officials said the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili on Friday was a result of human error. The debate is over whether or not more safety restrictions could prevent future deaths.
Lawmakers are looking to ban synthetic marijuana, a substance that mimics the effects and is currently legal.