By disrupting the supply chain of tobacco in high schools, we can help keep it out of the hand of young people.
Tribes have every right to adopt regulations to legalize the sale and cultivation of marijuana, but they should move cautiously
Taxpayers wonder why one well-qualified professor couldn't teach thousands of students at far less cost per student in high-tech classrooms and why textbooks can't be free, online and included in the cost of tuition.
People are dying unnecessarily from delayed access to care because Missouri has not acted.
Rams' owner Stan Kroenke owes it to the team's fans and local taxpayers to declare his intentions. You trade in public loyalty and benefit from public dollars, you owe the public some answers.
Beware: Ethical chasms open at every turn when you play "Decisions on Deadline."
Research on the benefits of early childhood education has yielded mixed results. Even those studies showing significant benefits of preschool expansion touted by Gov. Jay Nixon as “proven” are subject to criticism.
Nine percent of Missouri seniors live in poverty, and two-thirds of them are women.
The National Fire Protection Association reports, between 2003 and 2006, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 240 house fires each year that started with Christmas trees.
Many people are comparing the deaths of two New York City police officers with those of Eric Garner, Michael Brown and Tamir Rice. But the situations behind these events aren't the same, and the discussion is twisting people into picking sides in a senseless fight.
If Christmas is about "tradition," then we have lost the spirit of the winter holiday season. Retail has really taken over, starting the "season" on Thanksgiving Day, and it is a shame.
Ten Missourians honored by Gov. Jay Nixon at Missouri Medal of Valor ceremony proves to be all together fitting.
A one-day delay on the budget vote allowed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid time to hold votes on dozens and dozens of Obama appointees. The U.S. government now has a surgeon general to deal with Ebola and public health issues.
The Show-Me State is poised to expand its market for corn, soybeans, pork and beef, all of which can move efficiently to Cuba down the Mississippi River and through the Gulf of Mexico.
At issue is how a Republican-controlled legislature and Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat, have failed to adequately fund higher education in Missouri. The promise of a good education for a deserving student at a state college has been undermined.
The decline in oil prices has had no perceptible difference on the cost of flying. Fares are up from earlier this year, and many airlines are still levying significant fuel surcharges on the tickets they sell.
Should an article discussing faculty fears of MU's professor buyout program have been published with anonymous sources? Take the anonymity test to find out.
Customers should avoid holiday gifts made by modern-day slaves.
What kind of monsters target children? The same kind who two years ago would target a Pakistani school girl named Malala Yousafzai, now a Nobel Prize laureate.
Because lawmakers again waited until the eve of a government shutdown to act, they had no time or inclination to write a thoughtful budget that reflected overarching policy goals.