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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - The Wall Street Journal
Planes sent Thursday to search the area where Chinese satellite images showed possible debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner found nothing, Malaysia's civil aviation chief said, deflating the latest lead in the six-day hunt.
If newspaper editors want to save their print editions, a new study may show how to do it.
Hillary Rodham Clinton and her team were mum Wednesday about the revelations of close ties between her 2008 presidential campaign and an illegal fundraising operation based in Washington, while a new poll showed erosion in her popularity.
President Obama's recent appearance on "Funny or Die," a comedy-video website co-founded by actor-comic Will Ferrell, gives new meaning to the concept of stooping to conquer. The joke was on Mr. Obama, whose incredible shrinking presidency is fast becoming a laughingstock.
Some borrowers are not using student loans for education as much as they are using them for easy cash.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
Coney Island is breaking ground on a new roller coaster.
For years, the Federal Communications Commission has allowed TV stations to execute joint operating agreements allowing themselves to outsource tasks such as advertising sales to group owners with more resources.
The Federal Communications Commission has long allowed TV stations to outsource tasks such as advertising sales to group owners with more resources. But when conservative columnist and entrepreneur Armstrong Williams recently purchased two stations, making him one of America's few black owners of local TV affiliates, the commission decided to use his acquisition as a test case to review the practice.
Like any successful coach, Jon Gruden understands the importance of statistics. He doesn't like the numbers he's seeing about youth sports participation and funding.
No one can ever really have the final word at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The three-day event is too massive and too intense to be defined by a single statement, except maybe "a good time was had by all."
Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing putting after-school programs for middle school students in every district school that doesn't have them.
With the help of an impatient news media, a global taste for drama and Russia's provocative posturing in the Ukraine, the White House is now wedged in the put up or shut up position. Are we in a Cold War now? A Cool War? Maybe it's just tepid.
The attorney for Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is named in a court order as a lawyer in a case challenging the ongoing secret investigation into possible illegal campaigning.
A prosecutor has asked a state appeals court to overturn a ruling in a secret John Doe investigation that's reportedly focused on fundraising by Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and other conservative groups.