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Nothing on Bean, but why?

December 8, 2014 If real estate mogul and deep-pocketed White House donor Terry Bean were a Republican, he’d be a household name by now. Bean’s face would be splashed all over the covers of grocery-stand newsweeklies. more »»

Shocking story stretches credulity

December 8, 2014 Rolling Stone has published an incredible story about a rape at the University of Virginia, sending shock waves around the countr. more »»

What happened to 4-year degree?

December 8, 2014 U.S. public colleges deserve an “F’’ for the overwhelming majority of their students failing to graduate on time. more »»

Working poor deserve help

December 8, 2014 Oh, no. Not another “gap” for health care consumers. more »»

Trust needs to be rebuilt

December 7, 2014 Civil rights leaders, led by Marc Morial of the National Urban League, met in New York City on De. more »»

Will body cameras solve problem?

December 7, 2014 In the immediate aftermath of Michael Brown’s shooting, before we learned that he had not been shot in the back, that he had not had his hands up, that he had, in fact, attempted to grab Officer... more »»

Wind power provides warmth, savings

December 7, 2014 Although we are still a couple of weeks away from the official first day of winter, frigid temperatures, icy roads and cranked up space heaters all signal that winter is legitimately upon u. more »»

‘Don’t shoot’ could have saved Brown

December 4, 2014 The bitter irony of the Michael Brown case is that if he had actually put his hands up and said, “Don’t shoot,” he almost certainly would be alive today. more »»

Just whom do you believe?

December 4, 2014 Last year, President Barack Obama made his position perfectly clear: Chuck Hagel “is an American patriot. ... more »»

Making of our biggest edition

November 27, 2014 Every Wednesday at 10 a.m., the Mirror department heads convene for our “projects meeting,” a semi-roundtable planning session that helps us keep a handle on many of the day-to-day tasks we undertake. more »»

Big contempt for ordinary Americans

November 25, 2014 Jonathan Gruber, MIT economist and paid architect of Obamacare, has shocked and disgusted many Americans. more »»

Admirable era comes to an end

November 25, 2014 After 42 years of steadfast service to his country, Chief Warrant Officer 5 Ralph E. Rigby recently retired from the U.S. Army. more »»

Can science survive a T-shirt?

November 24, 2014 When Giovanni da Verrazzano returned from his famous 16th-century voyage exploring North America, the king of France rebuked him for lack of gender inclusivity aboard La Dauphine. more »»

Poor have bigger problems than fat

November 24, 2014 Control freaks want to run your life. They call themselves “public servant. more »»

Evacuation plans ready in Buffalo

November 24, 2014 BUFFALO, N.Y. — First came the big storm, then the big dig. Now comes the big melt. more »»

Police kill boy who had fake gun

November 24, 2014 CLEVELAND — A 12-year-old boy shot by police after grabbing what turned out to be a replica gun died from his wounds Sunday, a day after officers responded to a 911 call about someone waving a... more »»

Beauty of Curve, region lured couple

November 23, 2014 My husband and I bought our retirement house here 10 years ago. We have been asked why by so many people, and they still ask us even after so many years. more »»

Feminist freakout over shirt

November 21, 2014 The European Space Agency’s Rosetta project accomplished one of the most impressive scientific feats in our lifetime. more »»

Executing the law ... unfaithfully

November 21, 2014 President Barack Obama will soon issue an executive order that would make it possible for some illegal immigrants, many of whom are the parents of children who are American citizens, to live and wor... more »»

Academic fraud hurts students most

November 15, 2014 It would be unreasonable to expect a student with the reading, writing and computing abilities of an eighth-grader to do well in college. more »»

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