Image problems abound for both Republicans and Democrats running for president: For Democrats, it’s the disingenuous anti-war calls, while the Republicans are too busy trying to out-Reagan each other.
The big corporations have a private club where CEOs and CFOs and other big bosses are the only ones who are allowed to prosper at the expense of the working and middle classes.
The Sunday, Jan. 6, issue of Parade magazine, which featured an interview with Benazir Bhutto was printed and distributed around the country before Bhutto was assassinated.
Trouble in Kenya and Afghanistan has people’s attention more than the beginning of the U.S. presidential campaign.
The Columbia Missourian and the Missouri School of Journalism will be reaching the 100-year mark this September, giving staff, students and the community a chance to reflect on its history and work toward progress.
Businesses that have closed and cited the smoking ban as the reason were likely in trouble before the ban even came up.
The most striking development in the Iowa caucuses was the remarkable similarity between the winners.
This year consider making resolutions that bring you to life.
The most annoying feature of this campaign is the obsession with the religious beliefs and philosophies of the candidates.
A tool called a refractometer can predict the flavor of fruits and vegetables; however, gardeners are still trying to figure out how to increase that flavor.
To be popular requires changes this writer is not willing to make.
The most important thing Dr. Gary Forsee said was that he intends to be an aggressive salesman for the university.
While fans may say a playoff system would be fair, which teams would get into the playoffs and which ones wouldn’t?
Finding the perfect baby name is tough, even after you think you've settled on one.
New Year's resolutions are usually broken within the month. This year, consider staying the course.
Plans for world disarmament could bring about peace, if nations were willing to consider them.
Business owners should not be subjected to a city ordinance that prohibits smoking because government wants to mandate public health and welfare.
In this Christmas season, neighborhood churches should do more to reinforce our values than attract youthful congregations.
Whether the U.S. and Iran can repair its relationship is an open question despite recent developments.
The topic at the recent community forum might have started out as being about crime in Columbia, but many in the audience thought the real issue is jobs. Closely linked to the economics is the need for more residents to be involved in finding solutions.