Does our city charter matter? And do we have a moral imperative to honor the wishes of our ancestors? These are the core questions I ask Ashlanders...
The National Rifle Association, founded in 1871, has been part of our national landscape for well over a century.
Editor's note: The Dalai Lama is speaking at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Matthew Knight Arena on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene.
and Krisanna Albrecht
Time Magazine ran an amazing issue telling us all about what is wrong with health care in the United States.
Thinking back, it's difficult to fully grasp that in America, from 1876 to 1965, racial segregation and its attendant prejudices were America's...
I recently attended the first nationwide meeting on climate change adaptation, called the National Adaptation Forum, in Denver, Colo.
I am disturbed to see my local paper publish such a poorly thought-out opinion piece as Carl P.
Reflecting back on the Iraq war, the question raised is how could we, as a nation, have been so misled and gotten it so wrong?
Taken as a whole, the Republicans seem perpetually cranky and fractious and clearly resent having lost the race for the White House.
It's spring! And you're probably getting ready for your first year of college.
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