John Glenn died Thursday at age 95.
The wailing and keening over the choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the EPA appears to be a lead indicator of a coming revolution far beyond Reagan's.
It's been a tough year for music lovers. We have lost some many of the artists who provided the soundtrack to our lives.
Donald Trump has long sold himself to a credulous public as a business genius worth many billions.
It was standing room only at the Chancery Courthouse Tuesday in Starkville as residents turned out for a public hearing on the fate of Oktibbeha County Hospital Regional Medical Center.
I'm not sure when it happened. But it most certainly has.
On gay rights, America has come a great distance in a short time.
In the days leading up to Sunday's "60 Minutes" broadcast, folks in the Golden Triangle were understandably apprehensive.
Like a bolt of lightning, that call of congratulations from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen to President-elect Donald Trump illuminated the Asian landscape.
On the first stop of his "thank you" tour in Ohio on Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump hit replay on several of his campaign tropes.
After a season of prolonged drought, rain came to the Prairie in the form of storms.
As a physician working at the OCH Regional Medical Center (OCH) for about 10 years now, I have had the privilege to work with all the employees at OCH who provide a wonderful service to our community.
Nuclear-powered generators were scarce in the United States when utility powers-that-be in Mississippi decided, "Hey, we need one of those."
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