Missouri leads the nation in black-on-black crime. We need to develop a system to help people who are going to break the rules so we don’t have to live with violence any longer.
The smoking ban should endure through all the controversy surrounding it.
From acquaintances to close friends, relationships can be mapped out before they begin — if you know what you want to give and receive.
What once was published in print is now available in a Google search by anyone across the globe and for as long as anyone knows. Does that change a newspaper’s moral obligations?
If education is the only method of maintaining our prosperity, then public schools should not be the first target in state and federal budget cuts.
Anderson’s “zero tolerance” policy restores integrity and character to the MU basketball team.
With all the serious issues facing the nation, entertainment stories on television news programs seem irrelevant.
Reconstruction and peacekeeping is a challenge in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where violence erupts around the plundering of the country’s valuable mineral resources.
Reconstruction and peacekeeping are a challenge in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where violence erupts around the plundering of the country’s valuable mineral resources.
Super-Tuesday results are in, but the vacancies for vice presidential candidates remain open. George Kennedy examines the possibility of Matt Blunt and Claire McCaskill as potential running mates to both political parties.
Finding a day care for the most important people in your life can be daunting.
The morning after Super Tuesday, the Columbia Missourian ran an interactive graphic about how your neighbors voted.
The state has provided the legal tools to establish a regional economic transportation district to support our aerodrome. They sit unused.
Law enforcement was recently removed from Columbia’s middle schools. In the past discipline was more severe in the home, but now it has become a role of public schools.
Page 4A in Tuesday's Missourian is not the Page 4A prepared by the production staff on Monday night. Due to an error that the Missourian is investigating, Page 4A from Jan. 30 was printed in its place.
As the U.S. faces impending recession, everyday people feel the strain more than the corporate executives and economists.
Although Palestinians are excited to cross the border into Egypt, a powerful Hamas reduces the likelihood of peace.
Contemporary populists echo past ideals of opposing the elite hold on wealth. In doing so, they urge their competitors to discuss issues of poverty and hunger.
Every year, the Missourian reports statistics showing that minorities get stopped or searched more often than whites. What do you need to know in order to have a better conversation about this issue?
A drop in the temperature means a dietary change for backyard birds. As they eat more, they might increase their levels of cholesterol or heart attack.