Some women who have changed their last names could be prevented from voting in Texas. This issue needs to be amended quickly.
Brandon Coleman can't present his side of the issue because he was shot and died.
Damage resulting from the NSA surveillance might be more than just harmed alliance.
By expanding its benefits package to include domestic partners, the university is recognizing that all of its employees deserve to be treated equally.
By all means, lawmakers should amend state statutes to allow breastfeeding moms to postpone their civic duty.
It's unclear how Gov. Jay Nixon plans to find the money for fully funding K-12 schools or the “significant” increase in higher education funding he now promises.
A $13 million settlement between the Department of Justice and JPMorgan Chase will be split up two-way: $9 million is set as fines for the federal government and the remaining $4 million is slated to help struggling homeowners.
Reporters and editors made impressive efforts to get the stories of Lewis Baumgartner and the case of Brandon Coleman.
If the Walgreens was a mistake, as advocates and council members appeared belatedly to agree, why repeat the mistake across the street?
Speech is free in this country, but hate speech extracts a heavy price.
Upgrades to the zoo continue its transformation to a first-class amenity that will attract more local visitors and others from nearby states.
North Stadium to east bound I-70 is not a problem, nor is Stadium south to I-70 west. Those are the only problems the new interchange seems to have corrected with no confusion.
Quality early childhood education works. It improves test scores. It improves social skills and other measures such as graduation rates. It gives children the tools they need to escape, or at least cope, with poverty.
Twenty-four billion dollars was wasted. Nothing was gained from it. And when one stops to think of the number of children who probably went to bed hungry during those nights, it can be upsetting.
By taking an active role in the UN, U.S. leaders can ensure that American priorities are heard on the world's stage, including advancing human rights, and emergency humanitarian aid in times of need.
Newsrooms and the tools that journalists used have changed greatly in recent years, making work places for wordsmiths almost unrecognizable but much safer.
Because Ameren and the other regulated utilities have fought proper implementation of Proposition C from the moment it was passed, nobody really knows knows how the 1 percent cap is supposed to be figured.
A new Supreme Court campaign finance case could unleash unprecedented political corruption.
This is no time for speeches. It is time to get to work.
With the U.S. government back in working order, Congress is training its sights on something else that has encountered tough going — the Obama administration’s new online health insurance marketplace.