Anyone who requires further evidence of congressional dysfunction need look no further than recent action on the federal highway bill.
We can never know how many young people will choose to live a better life after hearing the message from a group of their peers — the Safety Kids.
Poor Jay Barnes is so emotionally overwrought I think he needs to breathe into a paper bag.
What is society teaching our children? The Clintons teach us about using interns, setting up a foundation to peddle power for money, destroying evidence and working the media like the Russians used TASS.
In his eulogy for Rev. Clemente Pinckney President Obama made a reference to “our nation’s original sin.” He was referring to slavery.
None of us can lay claim to being a perfect human being but it is believed that most Americans lead pretty good lives and are not deceptive in their dealings and friendships with others.
There is an old adage that you should never wrestle with a pig! The only thing that happens is that you get dirty and the pig loves it but here goes.
News Tribune editorial
More than six months after the extent of water damage at the Missouri Capitol was publicized, much-needed repairs have begun.
The Missouri Legislature’s reputation has taken a beating this summer. The bad acts of the few have maligned the reputation of the many.
In the field of education, or in practically any profession, it is good to set goals, have plans, ask tough questions, and evaluate what works and what doesn’t.
News Tribune editorial
A new study helps trace the origins of prescription drug abuse, which has been linked to the added problem of increased heroin use and overdoses.
The month of July has proven to be very busy in America’s new Congress. Whether it was meeting with folks from the 3rd District, going to the several Small Business and Financial Services Committee hearings, or tracking the incessant rain throughout the state — there is a lot to recap this month.
Gov. Jay Nixon’s renewed his call for ethics legislation this week was predicated on a weak link to the recent resignations of two lawmakers.
From a public safety perspective, Missouri is not having a good year.
Two dates were incorrect in Larry Russell Johnson’s letter titled “Confederate symbols, politics and Missouri history,” published in Monday’s News Tribune.