Sunday marks the start of National Child Passenger Safety Week, a reminder that adults should always make sure children are in car seats or wearing seat belts.
Overriding Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of one piece of legislation would empower employers and insurers to wantonly deny coverage for contraceptives. An override on the other piece could unfairly force a retroactive tax on a significant number of Missourians who purchased vehicles with the expectation that they would not be charged a use tax.
Taxpayers should know their money is being spent on government lobbying.
The Jefferson City Council is considering investing in the regional concept of air service by contributing $100,000 to attract a commercial air carrier to Columbia Regional Airport.
It would be unfair to the 122,000 Missourians who have purchased cars and boats since the court ruling to collect retroactive sales taxes they didn't pay.
This election season, voters seem to be more concerned with the candidates' morals than whether or not they tell the truth. When the lies and half-truths are unmasked, the media and fact-checkers shoulder the blame.
Ballot proposals to cap interest rates and raise minimum wage will not appear on this November's ballot thanks to lobbyists' efforts.
Natural gas is extracted by "fracking," a process that can pollute water, soil and air. Columbia should power its city fleet with its own renewable energy.
Phone companies are required to help track cellphone signals or to ping a phone's location when there is danger of death or serious physical injuries.
Ethanol mandates contribute to higher food and fuel prices, and ethanol is not efficient to produce.
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.