The election ended Wednesday for India, the world's biggest democracy, but neither of the largest political parties are expected to win a majority of the estimated 428 million votes.
Leonard Griswell's take on the new Forever Stamp.
Missouri's General Assembly is wrapping up, and Columbia seems to have come out ahead, but the session isn't over yet.
After a recently published article about the benefits of smoked marijuana for HIV and AIDs patients, some wonder why the use of medical marijuana is looked down upon in the U.S.
On Tuesday afternoon, Police Chief Kenneth Burton announced a new Downtown Police Team to focus on problems such as controlling graffiti, panhandling and violence at bars.
No state or individual should have a right to kill anyone. Gov. Jay Nixon should commute Dennis Skillicorn's death sentence.
Being the one who graduated first and led the way, I feel obligated to share the small amount of wisdom I have gained from my circumstances. The recession wasn’t real to me until after I moved the tassel to the other side of my cap.
In the process of building a new student center at MU, many students feel their lifestyle is being cramped. How pleased are you with the new Student Center? Do you think more students will warm up to it once Phase Two is completed?
Are the proposed savings by health care officials an empty promise or a meaningful first step toward universal health care coverage?
The Republican Party has some struggles to overcome, but it's not going anywhere.
Naoma Powell deserves credit for Access Arts' success.
Teachers and school administrators should make strict rules in the classroom to prevent bullying, as some students are growing up without a basic understanding of right and wrong.
A single-payer system should be a part of the discussion on health care reform.
With seven states issuing proposals to remove concealed-carry permits as public record, the public should consider the benefits of keeping them available. Keeping the records public may have some regulations for protection, but having the information available is more helpful than keeping it secret.
Interim superintendent Jim Ritter is asking for a 1 percent raise for teachers, even as the district might need to borrow money to meet payroll. Should the Columbia Public Schools approve a raise for teachers if the district might have to borrow money to pay for the increase?
Writer at conspiracy Web site uses inaccurate research.
Even though research shows that healthy children learn more effectively, some Missouri schools are decreasing the amount of time students spend in PE class.
Is President Obama's decision to continue the war in Afghanistan a wise choice?
Columbia Tomorrow, a site about development in Columbia, was developed to keep residents in the know about decisions that affect the way we live in mid-Missouri.