Recent revelations show that in the past five years 16 people have jumped the White House fence, putting the president, his family and White House staff at risk. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday.
The trial of Army Staff Sgt. Angel M. Sanchez highlighted one concern that victims' advocates fear most — allegations of intimidation and threats of retaliation for reporting sexual assaults.
The EPA says that an average American family of four can flush more than 100 gallons of water per day down the toilet. Innovations like low-flow toilets and waterless urinals can decrease the amount of water pouring into treatment plants.
The developer of a proposed wind farm has dropped its plan for a wind-power project in the northwest part of the state. However, Missouri should create a board that would review and permit placements of future wind-power projects.
The NFL will lose its dominance in the American entertainment landscape if it doesn't devise a comprehensive solution for handling player misconduct issues.
Journalists' work is essential to democracy, and we should extend to them basic protections.
Kansas gets it right. The state bans all drivers from texting and driving via its state laws. Missouri and Oklahoma should do the same.
The problem is more political than military, and always was.
MU advertises its commitment to green initiatives, but its actions fall short of that goal.
Given the hefty price tag of border surge operations — now the exclusive burden of Texas taxpayers — more realistic goals are needed.
The proposed constitutional amendment on the November ballot will ask Missouri voters whether to authorize a no-excuses-needed early voting period for future general elections.
California is on the verge of becoming the first state to make it against the law for stores to give shoppers disposable plastic bags with their purchases.
The Missouri Civics Education Initiative is promoting a state law that requires high school students to pass a civics test before graduation.
Over the past decade, as a percentage of population, more Missourians have fallen into hunger, defined in a USDA report as “very low food security,” than in any state in the nation.
The best teachers adapt their instruction to reach the greatest number of students. We fear a statewide standard may not acknowledge and reward that asset and, worse, might discourage teachers from reaching out to the spectrum of students.
This is craft beer on a semi-industrial scale, but still keeping production under the arbitrary 6-million-barrel-a-year limit that the Brewers Association says defines a craft beer.
If money is a form of speech, as the court has ruled, then Mr. Sinquefield is talking freely, loudly and ceaselessly.
Neither Scotland nor England has a real plan about how to go forward if the two lands, linked for more than three centuries, are suddenly severed.
Sen. Bob Dixon of Springfield and Rep. Jay Barnes of Jefferson City were among the Republican lawmakers who backed off targeted tax relief in favor of pursuing more far-reaching tax reform when the regular session convenes in January.
A discussion about what national security interests are at stake is essential. A forecast of possible exit options would be helpful. Playing politics while U.S. troops have their hides on the line is despicable.