Missouri has a responsibility to properly fund services for veterans and also to prepare children for a bright future. It shouldn't be placing good causes into competition with one another for gambling funds.
We agree with the majority's decision, but we share Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's uncertainty of what the future might bring. There are a lot of religions out there with a lot of different beliefs. And some of those beliefs are pretty far out of the mainstream.
The Child Development Laboratory is a fully licensed and accredited child-care facility in the state of Missouri and provides high quality child care to community members, faculty, staff and students alike.
Is it really fair to consider not cutting down big swathes of rainforest as a positive action?
Amendment 5 would add ammunition and gun accessories to constitutionally protected status. It would make these new rights “unalienable,” and require the courts to apply “strict scrutiny” to any challenges to gun laws.
What Missourians need is an adult discussion on sensible state spending; what we are getting is childish bickering.
Slow news days beget curiosity, and executive editor Tom Warhover has quite a few questions he would like answered.
Five reasons to vote against amendment includes that it will remove most local governments’ ability to stop foreign companies from polluting and contaminating our land.
Somewhere between empty statements about “fuzzy math” and the $1.1 billion that Mr. Nixon has cut or withheld to balance the budget is the truth.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch calls on Missouri Republicans to challenge their party's platform against gay marriage.
Steve and Cokie Roberts write about their family's walking habits and about traditions around the world.
Last week, the U.S. House finally took action against the NSA by defunding two of its most invasive surveillance practices.
The FAA needs to sit down and develop a new schedule for air traffic controllers that reduces fatigue on the job and increases flight safety.
These two proposed amendments to the Missouri constitution are almost certain to drag the state into costly court battles, the Kansas City Star writes.
Rose Nolen used to dream of living in a country farmhouse, but safety concerns about living so far from others eventually led her to stay in town.
In the first four months of 2014, Missouri legislators received $558,813 worth of gifts from lobbyists.
Thalidomide was once used to treat morning sickness during pregnancy but was found to cause severe birth defects. Decades later, researchers in Japan and the U.S. have made discoveries about thalidomide linked to cancer treatment that may change the drug's negative reputation.
The dismal trade picture in the U.S. would be much worse if it were not for the success of American farmers, ranchers and agricultural industries in cultivating foreign markets.
Some 3,900 day cares in homes, churches and schools that receive funds through Missouri’s subsidy program are not inspected by state child care regulators. Under legislation awaiting Gov. Jay Nixon’s signature, that would change.
The “normal” amount of sugar people eat in our country isn’t actually healthy. On average, U.S. adults eat more than twice as many calories from added sweeteners than they should. This means that our idea of moderation is often still too much sugar.