So what can the plight of a little cafe tell you about the state of the American economy and the changing face of work? A lot, as it turns out.
It all kind of piled up this week.
Down on the Southwest border, business is booming – criminal business, that is.
Why do most Capitol Hill Republicans oppose the creation of a bipartisan commission to investigate the deadly coup against democracy staged on Jan. 6? Duh, take one guess. They know darn well that a thorough investigation will implicate them. They can’t handle the truth.
China is claiming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “full of lies and disinformation.”
Dear eldest and most expensive daughter,
If you’re the sort of person who sees no difference between the Israeli military defending its citizens and Hamas terrorizing civilians, you might want to pass on this column.
The disappointing April jobs report should surprise absolutely no one, given that we now have a government more interested in providing incentives for people not to work rather than paving the way to gainful employment.
Decades ago my sister Maureen often used to call the Republican Party “The Stupid Party.”
I’ve been hacked. Officially. Someone pretending to be me – go figure – has applied for unemployment benefits in my name.
On paper, it appears to be the kind of lopsided contest that even the Vegas bookies won’t take any action on – Representative Liz Cheney, a 54-year-old two term Congresswoman from Wyoming versus ex-president Donald Trump, a 74-year-old one-term billionaire president from Florida by way of Queens.
Scientific American describes my mother to a T.
Here in the Cornhusker State, agriculture and conservation go hand in hand. Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers are the original conservationists. Agricultural families in our state have been growing crops and tending livestock for generations. They know their land and animals better than anyone…
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Lisa Falck sported her red No. 88 jersey, and wore her emotions on her sleeve — "Oh my gosh, I've got tears in my eyes."
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During the three-minute pursuit that reached speeds of 110 mph, a handgun was tossed out of the Jeep's window. Eventually, the vehicle came to a stop, and troopers were able to take the occupants into custody.
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Editor's note: As of Thursday morning, this story has been updated to include the name of the individual arrested in connection with the incident.
The opinion says that in light of conflicting medical information, doctors should be free to use "additional tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital and provide relief for our already strained healthcare system."
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The Human First Coalition effort has "saved thousands," the Lincoln congressman said during an interview with BBC World Service.
Vaccination should be voluntary, the governor said in response to reports that he would call a special session to consider a ban on vaccine mandates. "I don't believe we have the votes to pass such a bill," Ricketts said.