Martin Luther King’s monument is close to the Korean War monument in Washington, but that’s not all there is here.
In a time when fake news is getting some serious press, I can’t help but wonder how organized religion came to our history.
Vulgar emails about women’s body parts have scandalized the Miss America pageant (I mean, scholarship competition).
The next US senator from Alabama, one of the nation’s reddest states, is Doug Jones, a Democrat, who won in an upset, to Trump’s dismay.
Noting the presidential history of the holiday, we observe that much needs to happen to ensure a healthy economy and a healthy planet.
The US will finally release the J.F.K. files collected in the wake of the 1963 assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy.
The key is to keep reinforcing education efforts for children to see people who look different from them as individuals.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has decreed that women will be allowed to drive a motor vehicle, beginning next summer.
US and N. Korea are engaged in a war of words that we hope will not escalate into a nuclear threat. The words are becoming personal, though.
A rally led by Pres Trump in Phoenix last month brought instant online fame to 3 students from a Gilbert, AZ, h.s. Also hateful comments.