Opioids may have made others Kauffman victims
“Way underestimated the crowd. Most waited over 90 minutes.”
Storm runoff a threat
Wealthy Gov. Murphy accepts taxpayers’ money
Watch for and report signs of child abuse
“Yes, my truck and my daughters were hit on Monday morning. Safelite is making money.”
“Falsehood flies, and the truth comes limping after it,” wrote Jonathan Swift more than 300 years ago. What would he have said in the age of Twitter?
Why do relations between the sexes, at least in public rhetoric, seem so fraught these days? Why are the political views of educated women turning against the president, relative to his male supporters? Why are marriage rates rising for educated Americans but falling for the less educated? S…
An answer to America’s epidemic of school shootings roamed the Kansas state capitol recently in red-sequined tennis shoes.
Americans are suffering pharmaceutical sticker shock. But the remedy Democrats are backing — price controls on prescription drugs — would inflict more harm by halting new discoveries and dooming patients waiting for cures.
No obscure Supreme Court ruling less deserves its obscurity than Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, the transformational 1977 case in which the justices upheld mandatory dues for public-employee unions.
So far this year, there have been at least seven school shootings in the United States. That’s more than one a week, more school shootings than many countries have ever had. Last month, for example, a 15-year-old killed two of his peers (and injured 18 others) at his high school in Kentucky.
After Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg criticized Donald Trump during last year’s presidential campaign, Trump tweeted: “Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her mind is shot — resign!”
It has been a year since bail reform was implemented. It cut New Jersey's pretrial prisoner population 20 percent, but decimated bail bonds businesses and raised costs due to running prosecutor’s offices and pretrial services 24/7. Was reform a good idea?