Xi Jinping’s presence was seen by some as an acknowledgement of concern about the impact that trade wars would have on the Chinese economy.
Two professors at the University of Pittsburgh have begun updating a database to track the smuggling of nuclear material.
The Pennsylvania State Police have discontinued the use of lie-detector tests for recruits, saying it bogs down the screening process.
Officials of some 70 countries and organizations gathered, but neither the Israeli government nor the Palestinian Authority attended.
The question now is whether the incoming Trump administration will continue to keep the United States on the hook in Iraq.
Will Donald Trump conform to the pictures of presidents we have in our heads?
Diverting ye olde Christmas trees from city landfills to big chippers is a win-win. But it can’t be so inconvenient.
President-elect tweets some “fake news” about Rep. John Lewis of Georgia.
Winners of an election do not yet understand what a cruel fate awaits them. Now they are too busy calling the losers crybabies.
He displayed great dignity, did a lotof good and made some bad mistakes.
With gratitude for colleagues and for all readers (even those of you who only read my column to work up a lather of indignation).
Nothing terribly creative is needed — just a willingness to report honestly on the messy realities of life and faith.
The Sprout Fund’s “100 Days of US” is an incentive to support local projects that help people “demonstrate the values and vision of America