The U.S. Supreme Court rightly put the brakes on the raid on the Constitution by lower-court judges trying to speed up the proliferation of same-sex marriage.
Bear Bryant, the famous football coach at Alabama, disdained settling for a tie as something like “kissing your sister.” Nothing against sisters, but a kiss is supposed to mean business.
American airline travelers, it now turns out, have surrendered their dignity for nothing.
In June, Rep. Cory Gardner, Colorado Republican, told a roomful of friends at a Cory Gardner for Senate get-together that he was surprised to see his Democratic opponent, Mark Udall, running ads accusing him of banning birth control — since he had just picked up his wife’s birth-control pills. Everybody laughed.
There can be only one response to the barbaric beheading of American journalist James Foley by Islamic State terrorists. We must hunt them down and kill them.
The most famous firestorm to strike Washington, D.C., took place 200 years ago, when an uninvited, uniformed guest plopped into the speaker’s chair in the U.S. Capitol’s House of Representatives chamber on Aug. 24, 1814.
Jeff Sessions, meet Barbara Jordan.
Casting blame based on skin color should have ended with Jim Crow
So what do you do when a pack of mad dogs invades your town – or your world?
Research published last week in the British Medical Journal Open provides interesting insight into the cause of rising health care costs.
Trouble in the St. Louis suburbs has rescued President Obama’s vacation. He can play all 18 holes at the country club now, safe in the knowledge that he’s distracting voters from all the scandals, mismanagement and foreign and domestic policies that are the legacy of his administration.
Violence following the recent fatal shooting of an unarmed robbery suspect in Ferguson, Mo., has tragically followed a predictable script.
How do you say “buyer’s remorse” in Arabic? The Qatari royal family likely feels the pangs of regret for paying the princely sum of $500 million to Al Gore and friends to give Al-Jazeera America a slot on satellite-TV and cable channels.
Not so long ago, politicians paraded accident victims before the cameras at press conferences announcing the arrival of red-light cameras. These were not perp walks, but prop walks.
Robin Williams and Lauren Bacall join this year’s roster of celebrity deaths. Their names and fame preoccupy us in public mourning, though most of us were no closer to them in life than to a movie or television screen.