Dec. 9, Tampa (Florida) Tribune on Russia:
Dec. 10, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on work and wages:
The Vindicator, Dec. 8
News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, on the CIA:
The Columbus Dispatch, Dec. 6A state legislator's proposal to require toy guns to be brightly colored or marked with fluorescent strips might make Ohioans feel as if they are “doing something.”
Only a few months ago, President Barack Obama announced the good news that our combat role in Afghanistan — the longest war in U.S. history — would finally end by New Year's Day.Put away that champagne.
Dec. 1, China Daily on more HIV/AIDS awareness needed:
Dec. 3, Wall Street Journal on President Obama's immigration bait:
The Marietta Times, Nov. 28
Dec. 3, Post and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, on oil prices:
Nov. 25, Los Angeles Times on immigration enforcement:
Nov. 21, Kansas City Star on Keystone XL pipeline:The debate over the future of the Keystone XL pipeline has dominated discussions about energy over the last few years in Washington.
Imagine over $306 billion dollars' worth of work going unpaid. That's the estimated value of “free” services being provided to disabled loved ones every year by family members. Statistics show that two out of every five adults...
The (Tiffin) Advertiser-Tribune, Nov. 20
Immediately following a meeting of the West Licking Joint Fire District Board of Trustees (on) Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, John H. Davis made a request under the public-records act for the personnel records of six employees of the district.
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Nov. 19
Nov. 14, Concord (New Hampshire) Monitor's two cents knock, knock, knocking pennies:
Nov. 16, Newsday, Melville, New York, on unexamined DNA evidence in rape cases:
Nov. 18, The Intelligencer/Wheeling (West Virginia) News-Register on birds killed by windmills:
Nov. 18, Times-Call, Longmont, Colorado, on food ingredients:If your breakfast this morning came out of a box, odds are that “natural and artificial flavors” were part of the experience.
Nov. 11, Anniston (Alabama) Star on Obamacare's confusing numbers:
In 2011, the Ohio legislature passed H.B. 86, which amended the existing law relative to the possession of crack cocaine. The amended law took effect Sept. 30, 2011.