The official estimate for Columbia's population has passed 100,000, according to 2008 census data. City commerce leaders weigh in on the effect the growth will have on local businesses.
Now that the economic stimulus package and the Clean Air and Security Act have passed, it's clear that the Obama administration and Congress are rushing through bills without reading them.
If private enterprise is unable to provide affordable health care to every American, perhaps it should be the business of the government. But we can't just leave it to the richest people to make the decisions, either.
My question would be why are the chemical corporations protected and subsidized, while the small farmers are harassed and sent to court or trying to save that seeds that are not genetically mutated? And more.
As a major pork-producing state, Missouri could be affected by legislation regulating use of antibiotics in food.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer should support Obama's efforts to provide real solutions to America's health care problems.
The Han Chinese are trying to assimilate an area in which the Uighurs live. As a result, some Uighurs, a small minority in China, began challenging Han domination.
The word itself might sound ridiculous, but Twitter has spread and grown into a powerful Web entity. Only time will tell whether it has the kind of staying power to outlast new innovations.
While covering the weak economy for the Urban Pioneer, 16 high school students from six states honed their journalism skills during a 10-day workshop.
With revenues continuing to contract, city leaders will have to find ways to save $1.5 million in next year's budget, according to some estimates. Some programs will inevitably face cuts as the City Council works to pass the budget in September.
Golf has been in the background of many significant moments in the American consciousness.
Columbia resident Dan William Peek recently wrote a letter regarding the cancellation of "Pepper & Friends," and that letter made it up the MU hierarchy. Brady Deaton wrote a response to Peek's letter, which Peek then responded to in kind.
Painkillers and prescription medications can be just as dangerous as street drugs, but many grandparents do not adequately guard their medicine cabinets from their grandchildren.
The Roadless Area Conservation Rule needs to be fully reinstituted and regulated with a heavy hand. The Obama administration needs to reconsider the long-term damage the rainforest will incur if logging continues.
Cronkite was an authority on the news of the day, and he was a distinctly neutral one.
City and county fire services began increased cooperation this year as a result of the new territorial agreement that went into effect in March.
In the coming weeks, Washington plans to take a hard look at health care reform. While there are a lot of positive draws to the new health care plan, it could spell trouble for small businesses.
America is facing a health care crisis.
Claire McCaskill is not doing the job we hired her to do.
The banning of cell phone use while operating a motor vehicle is not, as some would say, a matter of privacy, but rather of safety to everyone else on the road.