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Our View: Idaho’s public schools need fresh leadership. Cindy Wilson is the best candidate to be just that.

But Brian Ames, program manager for the Office on School Safety and Security, said he didn’t even know she was working on a safety initiative until it was already released. Wilson ... Ybarra can be pr... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

Back in the land where we didn’t have kids that participated in unimaginably expensive sports or wished for gifts like iPod Touches, my husband and I actually purchased gifts for each other. I am a go... read more

2018 Year in Review

28 – The aldermanic Public Safety Committee ... for Equity and Excellence in Higher Education to advocate for change of educational inequities. Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway releases an audit ... read more

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Debate: Nations Can and Should Control Their Borders

But some go further than that, suggesting that the only immigration policy consistent with individual freedom is one of open borders. These people, who often identify as libertarians, even believe tha... read more


Here’s the current status of new drugs to fight Ebola virus and what works best now

It is too early to know whether Will Pooley—the British nurse who ... Ebola in healthy volunteers because the drug caused an inflammatory, flu-like response at higher doses—inflammation is also how Eb... read more

Global Warming: Where does it rank as a concern?

From CNN's Jack Cafferty: No pressure, but as President, Barack Obama has just four years to save the planet. That's the dire warning from NASA scientist Jim Hansen, who says it's urgent for the new P... read more

Jesus Wasn’t a “GodKlingon”; The Problem with Biblical Literalists

This past weekend creationist Ken Ham, best known to most for his highly publicized debate with Bill Nye, posted an odd reflection concerning alien life to his blog. The impetus for Ham’s post appears ... read more

Scientists seen as competent but not trusted by Americans

American adults completed an online survey rating common jobs on their public images of being warm and trustworthy as well as competent and ... Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affair... read more

Wellness Through The Arts

Ben Vereen and Sacramento celebrity judges will award cash prizes to area high school students participating in Wellness Through the Arts, Sacramento. Melinda Wilson Ramey and Trudy Allyson Taliaferro ... read more

It's lose-lose for Malcolm Turnbull with ABC cuts

Reducing the ABC's resources might please big C conservatives, but they'll thank Abbott for that, not Turnbull. In the meantime, he'll lose part of the middle ground that he has so successfully cultiv... read more

Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers

NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The next year might be a particularly bad one for the nation's largest banks if they don't begin to address their customers' needs more aggressively. The 10 largest banks in t... read more

Sex, Lies and Privilege: The Kavanaugh Case

He then issued what can only be seen as a threat: “And as we all know, in the United States political system of the early 2000s ... a study by the U.S. Army Military Police School of Behavioral Scienc... read more



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