Recently, President Trump announced an executive order aimed at strengthening both America’s manufacturing sector and the supply chains that keep it running.
Social media posts by themselves generally cannot disrupt a classroom. But the bully tactics of people who disagree with posted personal thoughts and opinions sure can.
Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury was quoted in a story that disregard for human life in the western world today resembles the Aztec practice of human sacrifice.
After reading your column last week on the water issue, I wanted to send a note agreeing with you that the court’s Hirst decision was a big mistake.
A North Carolina man walks into a popular Washington D.C. pizzeria and opens fire, telling police upon his inevitable arrest that he came to “self-investigate” a widely debunked conspiracy theory involving former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Lots of folks picture reporters as ambulance and fire engine chasers.
What will we do if the national debt becomes so big that other countries stop lending to us?
Another day of stifling heat is made even harder to bear thanks to the smoke filling the air.
When I think about the 40th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley (Aug. 16), it seems we were living in a completely different world in 1977.
Every presidential administration reaches a pivot point. Many observers thought Trump’s came when Anthony Scaramucci walked in the White House door. Others thought it came 10 days later when Scaramucci walked out the door.
In recent weeks, discussion on immigration has moved from illegal to legal.
A wild Washington, D.C., week that started July 21 when White House press secretary Sean Spicer resigned, and Anthony Scaramucci arrived (and was subsequently fired), ended July 28 with the Department of Homeland Security John F. Kelly’s appointment as President Trump’s Chief of Staff, replace outgoing Reince Priebus.
Herb Alpert and Lani Hall walked onto the stage at Walla Walla’s Gesa Powerhouse Theater Sunday night and adopted looks and voices of amazement.
Later this week when the temperature soars to near 110 degrees and you’re thirsty, be prepared to pay more for a drink of water.