When people think of corruption in high places, they tend to think of elites feathering their own nests.
The men who are expected to face off next year in the Mississippi Governor's race shared a stage for the first time Wednesday.
Have you heard? A woman who recently ran for president got nearly 3 million more votes than Donald Trump.
Dear Ms. Anne Hathaway, Two black sisters at an Oakland, California, subway station were attacked by a knife-wielding white man.
The split between the county's board of supervisors - more specifically board president Harry Sanders -- and the city of Columbus has been compared to a divorce, a messy one at that.
Maybe you remember when Mexico was going to pay for the wall.
The story is told of George Armstrong Custer during his service as a young Union lieutenant in the Civil War.
On July 19, the Knesset voted to change the nation's Basic Law.
OK, well, so no one is going to prison over "roadgate."
Take a tough Republican president, a Chinese government committed to help us and a North Korean government faced with demands for denuclearization, and what do you get?
Last week we went to Massacre Island, Alabama, which is not only a delightful vacation spot but a place intertwined with the history of the Tombigbee River Valley.
"I asked the Lord to help me wake up earlier every morning and He gave me a paper route." Cindy Webb, former paper carrier
Since the Republicans replaced the Democrats as the dominant party in Mississippi a lot has changed in our state. The Republicans have been good at cutting but not so good at governing.
"Boys need feminists' help too," declares Feministing.com founder Jessica Valenti. Writing in The New York Times, Valenti worries that while women "protest, run for office, and embrace the movement for gender equality in record numbers, a generation of mostly white men are being radicalized into believing that their problems stem from women's progress."
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