Lost in the current debate about gun control are three important points.
The United States under President Trump has been retreating from leadership roles in Asia and Europe.
People were furious that Breana Harmon Talbott was raped by black men. She actually wasn't, but we'll get to that.
America desperately needed a new kind of citizen leader to force political change. She found it in the students, parents and teachers scarred by the massacre at a Parkland, Florida, high school.
In a surprise overtime victory in the finals of the Olympic men's hockey tournament, the Russians defeated Germany, 4-3.
When absorbing news about the Mueller investigation, I can't help thinking of Saddam Hussein. No, I'm not equating our president with the late Iraqi dictator. I'm thinking more about our assumptions regarding Saddam's guilt.
This is a column about 42 percent of Republicans. It is also a column about trust.
We know street gangs are a problem in South Mississippi. Some of the most horrific crimes committed on the Coast were committed by members of street gangs. How do we know? The criminals told us.
In days gone by, a massacre of students like the atrocity at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School would have brought us together.
According to the indictment by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Russian trolls, operating out of St. Petersburg, took American identities on social media and became players in our 2016 election.
A prime talking point for legislative advocates of charter schools this year is "local control."
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