Editorial: It's time for Election Day initiatives - Opinion The Topeka Capital-Journal
Election Day is not a holiday in the United States, but it should be. As a way to celebrate civic pride and remove barriers to voting, an Election Day holiday, ...
Lori Alhadeff, the unassuming change agent on Broward’s broken School Board | Editorial Sun Sentinel
Lori Alhadeff, who lost her 14-year-old daughter Alyssa at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is making a difference on the Broward School Board.
Poland's 'Holocaust law:' The wound is still open Haaretz
The latest diplomatic crisis with Warsaw shows that the controversial Israeli-Polish declaration about the law resolved nothing.
Editorial: THON raises money and hope for cancer cure Tribune-Review
Cancer is scary. It is a dark monster that steals joy and causes pain. It takes away people we love. It is no reason to dance. Except at Penn State. Except during ...
Editorial: Troubling signs in state audit of Harris-Stowe University STLtoday.com
A new state audit of Harris-Stowe State University is scathing on multiple levels of the historically black institution's operations. From the Board of Regents to ...
Editorial: 28 cops have either been unfairly tarred or shouldn't be on the job. Which is it? STLtoday.com
More than five months after the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office revealed it was refusing to work with more than two-dozen police officers, the public still doesn't ...
Editorial: The NRA should not be in charge of Tallahassee Tampa Bay Times
It's time to move concealed weapons permitting from the Agriculture Department to the law enforcement.
OUR VIEW: Take opportunity to show respect this Presidents Day Herald & Review
Respect” is a key word to consider as we mark “Washington's Birthday” on Monday.
Editorial: Aiken County police, schools need reliable info to quell threats Aiken Standard
Few things draw communities together more than their children. We join together to celebrate successful test results, scholar athletes, graduations and more.
Editorial: The remaking of animal control in Calhoun County Anniston Star
If we wanted to throw darts at the players involved in The Great Animal Control Fiasco of 2018-19, we'd likely draw blood. Targets are plentiful.
EDITORIAL: Legal notices in newspapers must continue | Opinion Harrison Daily
CHARLESTON GAZETTE (W.VA.) Over the next three years, the heaviest-traveled intersection in all of West Virginia, Jefferson Road and Corridor G in South ...
Editorial: End long-term solitary confinement in New York Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
New York must stop treating inmates like animals. There are alternatives to long-term solitary confinement that will lead to safer prisons and a safer society.
Editorial: Pa. has long history of denying funds for public schools The Mercury
Education: May the film be removed from the eye of Pennsylvania and she learn to dread ignorance more than taxation.”
Editorial: Tommie the pit bull has passed away Richmond.com
Our hearts broke when we heard that Tommie, the pit bull set on fire and abandoned in a Richmond park, has died. The tragic story of the tortured dog touched.
Editorial: Meanwhile in Virginia, life goes on and things are good Richmond.com
The Commonwealth of Virginia has been in a state of “chaos” for how long now? Two weeks, is it, with no end in sight? Day after day, night after night, we are ...
Editorial | Let's play ball Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Boring baseball undermines fan interest in the professional game.With the Major League Baseball season just around the corner — spring training begins soon ...
Editorial: Hoping that spring brings destruction to South Street Glens Falls Post-Star
Stroll down South Street and things haven't changed much since May of 2017, when the city of Glens Falls was awarded one of the state's $10 million downtown ...
Opinion/Editorial: Now, that's a good read The Daily Progress
What do you think a damaged copy of the "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" might be worth?
Opinion/Editorial: 'Wheels of Confusion'? | Opinion The Daily Progress
In Newark, Justin Koerner said he'd spent the night jamming with friends and decided he couldn't drive home; instead, he'd just sleep in the back seat of his car.
Opinion/Editorial: It's no treat to be teased at Halloween The Daily Progress
Because it has on its books an old law threatening teenagers with six months in jail if they trick or treat, Chesapeake was ridiculed last year on the "Jimmy ...