I know you are, but what am I?"
At long last, Donald Trump has set himself free.
It's interesting how projects and research often end up overlapping.
We all lost something valuable that day. It was just a matter of the degree.
As we know from prairie pioneer diaries, hardy Midwestern women could not get faint on a summer day.
With the Columbus Redevelopment Authority, the city may be onto something.
I've been three times to the Ernest Hemingway house in Key West, Florida, hoping with each visit to find some secret to writing short, declarative sentences that resonate with the reading public and sell millions of books.
She didn't want to say she was sick.
Columbus Mayor Robert Smith said it himself: His job is to be the No. 1 salesperson of the city.
It keeps getting bigger. One might have expected last month's protest by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, his refusal to stand for the national anthem, to have blown over by now.
Ordinarily, it is not a good idea to base how you vote on just one issue.
Speaking to 1,000 of the overprivileged at an LGBT fundraiser, where the chairs ponied up $250,000 each and Barbra Streisand sang, Hillary Clinton gave New York's social liberals what they came to hear.
A friend 15 years older than Hillary Clinton recently came down with a mild pneumonia that sounds just like hers.
A couple of weeks ago, a Prairie neighbor, Kathy, said she was passing the Shell Station on the new road while talking on her cell phone when she noticed a banty hen, a real one, standing under the big sign that says "Chix-Fried Chicken."
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