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After its brief time with DaVita, uncertainty returns for the clinic with its sale to an insurer.
Donald Trump has long been an opponent of the nuclear deal with Iran. His impending decision to de-certify the deal contradicts the international consensus that… Continue reading
The Democrats sacrificed their bad actor; the Republicans are fully backing theirs.
If a bunch of white dudes are standing around it with torches, then it’s a cherished monument.
If Roy Moore’s alleged grooming of teenagers can be ignored, then so too can Mueller’s investigation.
Two recent letters to the editor in The Herald on Nov. 20 and Dec. 3 referenced the plight of Puget Sound because of diminishing orca… Continue reading
Regarding the Dec. 7 letter to the editor asking why gas taxes are so high in Washington state: Seven states don’t have a state income… Continue reading
The power to abolish or shrink monuments rests with Congress, not the president.
I have to wonder how rank-and-file Republicans and Trump supporters who claim to value the natural environment feel about Trump’s proclamation reducing the Escalante Grand… Continue reading
For the past nine months as the 2017 Miss Aquafest, I’ve done so many things. My royalty sisters and I have volunteered at many events… Continue reading
One hopes actual conservatives are as horrified as those of us who recognize the impending danger.
Thanks to an extraordinary group of volunteers representing Providence General Children’s Association and an amazing venue filled with gorgeous trees and lovely red poinsettias, over… Continue reading
The RNC’s backing of Moore reveals a party with no judgment, no standards and a cloudy future.
Global markets rolled forward, as if oblivious to the man in the White House with a sledgehammer.
Am I the only one who picked up on the Dave Somers’ Rule of Prudent County Finances? (“County exec dislikes county budget, but what can… Continue reading
From here to Jerusalem, Trump’s failed policies have set back prospects for peace, jobs and more.