What do you do when you know someone is going to die? I'm not talking about death when it comes at the end of a long protracted illness or a terminal diagnosis. Or the final act at the end of a long life, when the body and mind have ultimately given way. I'm talking about when you realize the 25-year-old woman in front …
If there was one principle that used to unite conservatives, it was respect for the rule of law. Not long ago, conservatives would have been horrified at wholesale violations of the norms and traditions of our political system, and would have been appalled by a president who showed overt contempt for the separation of …
There are some things to get out of the way. Before you finish the wine, you have to do dealbreakers. I killed a man in Cincy. I collect clown socks. I have a lower back Gwar tattoo.
Why does President Donald Trump behave in the dangerous and seemingly self-destructive ways he does?
Americans are hearing a lot of comparisons these days between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump, particularly after news reports revealed the existence of contemporaneous notes taken by soon-to-be-fired FBI director James Comey during his conversations with Trump.
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Case 0435 died more than a mile from the nearest road, with an unscuffed MacGregor baseball in his backpack. Case 0469 was found with a bracelet, a simple green ribbon tied in a knot. Case 0519 carried Psalms and Revelation, torn from a Spanish Bible. Case 0377 kept a single grain of rice inside …
America is getting richer every year. The American worker is not.
With 3-D printing, lab-grown organs and lifelike prosthetic limbs, science creeps ever nearer to replicating the parts and functions of the human body. Recently, scientists announced that they had created an artificial womb in which lambs born prematurely grew for a month.
What Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, told a restive town hall audience in Lewiston, Idaho, was destined to go viral. And it did.
After the British writer G.K. Chesterton visited the United States for the first time, he remarked that America was "a nation with the soul of a church."
Adam Putnam, the fellow who seems most likely to become Florida's next governor, will stand on the steps of the old Polk County Courthouse in Bartow on Wednesday to kick off his campaign and lay out his vision.
VANCOUVER — Want to live longer, enjoy life more and actually find that elusive happiness?
Mike McCabe's neighbors in rural Gillespie, Ill., consider him lucky. After being out of work for a year, he landed a job in January making cardboard boxes at a nearby Georgia-Pacific plant for $19.60 an hour.
Blindfolded, would you know the smell of your mom, a lover or a co-worker? Not the smells of their colognes or perfumes, not of the laundry detergents they use — the smells of them? Each of us has a unique "odorprint" made up of thousands of organic compounds. These molecules offer a whiff of who we are, revealing …
If it were possible to have a bromance across the centuries, Presidents Andrew Jackson and Donald Trump would almost certainly qualify.
Behind us, the East Bay is jagged with whitecaps and a sharp spring wind troubles the bulrushes. But when Riverkeeper Dan Tonsmeire cuts the engine farther into the delta, the place is as quiet as a prayer. To the north, the Apalachicola snakes up to Georgia, the source of its essential waters as well …
The average Silicon Valley engineer is compensated roughly $200,000 a year and gets to work in offices with perks such as daily catered lunch, on-site yoga, and life coaching. Still, for many people, particularly if you are a woman or an underrepresented minority, these aren't fun places to work. A new study of turnover …
If there's one arena where President Donald Trump's agenda has had a rough encounter with reality, it's Capitol Hill.
President Donald Trump points to declines in illegal immigration, a new Supreme Court justice on the bench and rollbacks of policies set by his predecessor as examples of success within 100 days of his administration.
A minority future for the Senate
Theoretically, a bill or nomination could pass out of the U.S. Senate with the support of senators representing only 16.2 percent of the population. If the two senators from the 25 smallest states agreed to support a bill — and Vice President Mike Pence concurred …