As technology continues to advance, it offers a wealth of opportunity for society but also some problems.
Gov. Jay Nixon's newly reconvened tax credit reform commission should insist on rigorous, cost-benefit analysis. Developers should have to account publicly for how they spent every taxpayer dollar.
In his speech accepting the GOP nomination for the presidency, Mitt Romney tried to cozy up to those who once backed the current president and now feel disaffected and are hurting financially. But Romney, in his workmanlike speech, never presented a convincing case for how he would solve the nation’s steep challenges.
Law enforcement will be vigilant on both road and waterways this Labor Day weekend.
Cases of infringement versus innovation could be prevented by close eye of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Six former state Supreme Court chief justices are leading the Missourians for Fair and Impartial Courts.
Neil Armstrong's professionalism and modesty regarding his monumental achievements represent a stark contrast from many of a younger generation.
If given media attention, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson could bring about change to a worn-out, two-party, "us vs. them" political system.
GOP Sen. Blunt, and former Sens. Ashcroft, Bond and Danforth should step in to mend the fraying of the Missouri Republican Party with Akin's improper remark.
Congress shall be armed with more decisive actions to confront the rocky "fiscal cliff" that is ahead of the American economy.
Business and industry naysayers claimed that clean water and air laws would kill jobs and business, but facts show these rules had just the opposite effect. Obeying these environmental laws proved to be a boon in both economics and public health.
With new studies converting even a staunch climate change skeptic, and suggesting the planet is nearing it's breaking point, the importance of fighting global warming is clear.
Vice presidents hold the No. 2 spot in the nation's government, but they often don't get much attention from the American people.
Whether Missouri Republicansstick with Mr. Akinor toss him aside, they're stuck with a problem of their own making. A legitimate problem
Shakir Hamoodi, who has been sentenced to federal prison for violating U.S. sanctions against Iraq, had no choice but to help his family overseas and is a pillar of the Columbia community — but his religion is a major factor in his harsh punishment.
The recent decision by the U.S. Congress to allow budget sequestration will continue the cycle of deficit spending.
Congress should remove the federal ethanol mandate, regardless of pressures from farmers and farm conglomerates.
Most of $2 million settlement will end up in Missouri's general fund, which means it will be available for schools, drought relief or whatever lawmakers decide to spend it on.
Columbia residents live with too much "bad and ugly," and the "good" in Columbia needs to emerge.
By attaching himself to Paul Ryan, the chairman of the House Budget Committee and the Justin Bieber of the Republican right, Mitt Romney has sent his horse cavalry to protect his right flank from an air assault that will be coming from the center and the left.