Professionals in fields other than teaching can connect with students and get them excited about learning.
With more and more children dying from gun violence, it's time for parents to take a stand to prevent anymore deaths.
Many federal rules passed in recent decades have protected the health of millions of Americans without killing jobs.
Four conservative Supreme Court justices will decide if the Affordable Care Act's subsidies are legal.
The American Heart Association recommends that women consume no more than six teaspoons of these sugars per day and urges men to limit themselves to nine. Yet the average American consumes 7.5 teaspoons a day just from sugary drinks alone.
In preparation for winter, advisories have been prepared by the State Emergency Management Agency, Missouri Department of Transportation, the Missouri Highway Patrol and the U.S. Postal Service.
The 2015 legislative session must be different. The post-Ferguson landscape demands it.
The U.S. needs to become independent of foreign oil, so the pipeline should be approved. But we must simultaneously take steps that move the country closer to a new form of energy.
The Democratic Party is a collection of political strands that pull in one direction and push in the other.
Legalizing marijuana could reduce the prison population, help fund Missouri schools and help drive the state's economy.
In carrying out the proposed solutions to community violence, the mayor's task force’s commitment to continuity is key.
Government agents put journalists at physical risk by making sources believe normal journalists are spies.
Lynch deserves prompt confirmation as the next attorney general because a prolonged delay could open the door for political mischief and leave the Justice Department uncertain about its next boss.
De Niro is just one of many who are punished for upgrading their property by paying higher taxes every year.
The midterm elections have come and gone, and Democrats took a beating at almost all levels of government. Voter turnout was especially low. So what's a reason for the lowest voter turnout this millennium? Millennials.
Gov. Jay Nixon is working on a proposal to keep the Rams in St. Louis, but economic growth is not a valid argument.
"Dark money" is the underground practice of influencing politics without full disclosure to voters.
Chronic Wasting Disease was first detected in the state in 2010 in captive deer herds in north-central Missouri. Once the disease is established in a population, it is impossible to eradicate, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.
The problem with the state judge's ruling is that it has been interpreted as applying only to St. Louis.
Fall brings back cherished memories of family game nights, Thanksgiving dinners and preparation for Christmas.