Ruth Ann Dailey
There are still many questions, including why the U.S. is involved, in the long, drawn-out campaign by various forces to take Raqqa.
The DA has ordered a review of about 600 cases in which evidence was handled by a chemist now on unpaid leave for a possible drug problem.
It’s never too late to honor those who went the extra mile for their country — and for their brothers in arms.
The need for a new training facility was publicly identified at least as far back as 2008.
Russians demonstrated Sunday against corruption in the government of Vladimir Putin. What happens in the streets can be very important.
The GOP has been particularly susceptible to partisan divisions.
When I read that a punctuation mark might cost a Maine dairy company millions of dollars in overtime pay, I immediately thought of a
On Monday, Mr. Miller of Atlantic City was on an errand for his mother when he saw two teenagers brawling in the street.
Before the election of President Donald Grump, some pledged to leave the county if, by some crazy chance, he were to win the White House.
The killing of a Russian foe of Putin in Kiev is not a faraway event. The priorities of Energy Secretary Rick Perry are silly, but do not
The security and budget issues do intersect profoundly with the populist wave that Mr. Trump rode to the White House; he is wrong on both.
The group has far surpassed 100 women, but of 300 women who have come to one or more meetings, the best turnout was 80.