After two local incidents involving Tasers, in which one resulted in the death of Stanley Harlan, it's finally time to rid Columbia of Tasers.
Cooperating with Cerner ties the university too closely to a company with a questionable track record.
Major bills should be open to public review prior to being voted on in the House of Representatives.
The newly discovered intersex anatomy of South African runner Caster Semenya opens up a floodgate of critique, some deeply rooted in gender prejudice.
With Catholic hospitals providing such a large percentage of medical care, the voice of the Catholic Church should be heard in the health care debate.
Kurt Albert, a Columbia resident, explains the need for a city ordinance that would stop staff deception in the local government.
One should be able to disagree with President Obama's politics without being called a racist.
The KOMU talk show "Pepper and Friends" aired for the final time on Friday. Pepper will now appear on KBIA/91.3 FM with a weekday 10-minute segment similar to the television program.
Blaine Luetkemeyer says his appointment to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform means he will keep a close eye on how dollars are spent.
September is National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, which provides an opportunity to bring attention to this disease and discuss how to find a cure. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer in men in the U.S. behind skin cancer.
The inn, on the TransAmerica Trail bicycle route, has 14 bunk beds in three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and laundry room.
Management and funding of the show are questioned.
MSA President Jordan Paul details the efforts he and other student organizations made to help keep Reactor Field as a tailgating area.
Lawmakers need to consider tort reform when reworking health care.
A lot of people don't know the finer ins and outs of Obama's health care plan, including some of its potential dangers. Among other things, the new plan could result in an increase in premiums ad billions of dollars in cuts for Medicare Advantage.
With the recent arrest of Carl Alan Giles, in which at least 10 officers were present when Giles was found urinating in an alley, it's time to reexamine the department's use-of-force procedures.
In the coming weeks, Washington plans to take a hard look at health care reform. While there are a lot of positive draws to the new health care plan, it could spell trouble for small businesses.
Working to make the nation's energy sources more efficient could help create thousands of jobs in Missouri – if politicians in Washington can catch up with the times.
Beginning with the exploitation and colonization of Africa, Asia and the Americas and continuing through today, race has been used as an economic tool.