Before President Jimmy Carter enacted the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in 1978, the executive branch had claimed for 40 years an
Job creation is probably first among the measures Americans use to assess the state of the economy.
Microchips embedded under the skin of pets can be scanned to retrieve information to reunite animals with their owners.
Illegal immigrants have long crossed the Mexican border, but never like this. By the thousands, children arrive unaccompanied by parents.
Cleveland put together an enticing package and was selected Tuesday as the site for the Republican national convention in June 2016.
American history is full of hard times, and Americans who have persevered.
Local officials are promising more transparency in city and county government -- let‘s make sure they’re following through.
Hostile attitude toward refugee children hardly makes sense, given our history.
Soccer tests the meaning of time, much like life itself.
It’s time to end the decades of economic sanctions and animosity.
Contraception case showed Supreme Court can prize religious freedom, and more chances will come to show it.
Advocates of East Ohio Street have established a street-side art gallery as part of their business development effort.
All the gushing about our beautiful city brings $5.5 billion worth of visitors here annually -- what a pain.