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To our more than 500 immigrants who became U.S. citizens on July 4, welcome. From a child and grandchild or English and Scottish immigrants, may… Continue reading
Legislators should turn the DOL’s policy on ICE’s access to facial recognition into state law.
Athletes’ pay is based on the popularity of a particular sport; how do we change that disparity?
If the ACA is overturned, the GOP may pave the way for the socialized medicine they rail against.
More than just resuming the nuclear deal, talks should include curbing Iran’s destabilizing policies.
I read Nick Matras’ letter to the editor (“Outright ban on fireworks by county is long overdue,” The Herald, July 6) and commend him for… Continue reading
Whining about ‘legal superstars’ doesn’t explain why he cut Epstein slack. He must resign from Labor.
The former prosecutor’s Labor Department has slowed the visa process for victims of sex trafficking.
Leave it to radical leftist columnist Sid Schwab to make something inspiring into something ugly (“Trump goes Fourth to boost his ego at home and… Continue reading
If it helps visitors find us — and boosts our local economy — we’ll adjust to the new name.
Some regions might actually see economic growth, but benefits and pain would be unequally distributed.
The U.S. Soccer Federation pays the men’s team more for a World Cup loss than it pays the women for a win.
Trump picked up swing states by going to the center on economic policy; to win, you must do the same.