Although the Civil Rights Bill was passed in 1964, black people are still fighting for equal footing.
In a time when Missouri residents are becoming more aware of the negative effects of tobacco products, the idea of the tobacco industry funding election campaigns will continue to add salt to a wound that is slowly festering.
While comedian Weird Al's 'Blurred Lines' parody sparked a rewarding conversation about grammar, some take issue with statements made in the song.
As the Aug. 5 election approaches, voters guides update Missouri residents about hot-button issues.
With the primary election coming soon, David Rosman shares his opinion on the ballot measures and how he intends to vote.
The proposed amendment raises questions about who the right to farm will apply to and what it will mean.
A rare respite from the heat in July seemed to put everyone in a better mood. Executive Editor Tom Warhover imagines the perfect story to go along with the perfect week.
It is time we remove the radical right from office and move in moderates and Democrats who will be willing to work across the aisle to return to their homeland those who are here illegally and to help stop the overflow of unaccompanied children sent by their parents to achieve a better life.
Many African-American professionals are a part of the perpetration of injustices against low-income disenfranchised members of their own culture.
Monday's storm wasn't the roughest event in Columbia's weather history, but that didn't stop it from knocking out power in the west.
If the veto is overridden in a September session, it could lead to a slippery-slope for restrictions on other matters, including birth control.
In following up on the story of Angela Anderson's family coping with the loss of two children, our newsroom learned a valuable lesson.
The GOP will be further split, if the tea party Republicans continue to try to gain power through strong-armed tactics and threats. To stop the right wingers from gaining any more traction, moderates from both parties must be mobilized.
Slow news days beget curiosity, and executive editor Tom Warhover has quite a few questions he would like answered.
Rose Nolen used to dream of living in a country farmhouse, but safety concerns about living so far from others eventually led her to stay in town.
In the conversation about sexual assault on campus, the UM System has taken one step forward, while George Will has taken two steps back.
Rosman argues HB 1303 could create problems for instructor oversight and could create the perception that a school is sponsoring a particular religion.
Accountability is the responsibility of all parties involved, and should not be only considered at the end of the situation — it should be a process explained when an idea is conceived.
There are plenty of candidates for leisure reading this summer. First up is something that certainly fulfills that "not-so-complicated plot" requirement for a beach read.
Petitions threaten to overturn City Council development actions, but downtown zoning and overflowing sewers are issues the public and the council should agree on.