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Opinion Editorials

More than just $10M is at stake in FedEx Cup playoffs

Published Aug. 23 2017

NEW YORK—The FedEx Cup isn't the only trophy at stake over the next five weeks.

Shrinking legroom and airline passenger safety

Published Aug. 23 2017

If you fly coach often, you've experienced this: You're in a window seat, and you've got to move toward the...

How do we check the power of social media mobs?

Published Aug. 23 2017

James Damore, the author of the notorious Google memo, has had his 15 minutes of fame. In six months, few...

Looks like a lot of historical hysteria over monuments

Published Aug. 23 2017

We will learn even less from history if we wipe it clean, as some are trying to do by removing...

In today's world, is there a way to reboot government?

Published Aug. 21 2017

Computers and government: What's the best thing to do when they don't seem to be working properly?

Ram 3500 Limited Mega Cab

Published Aug. 20 2017

St. LOUIS—The road had been long, but surprisingly comfortable, as we rolled into Friday-afternoon, rush-hour traffic.

BMW i3 electric goes longer on style than miles

Published Aug. 20 2017

When the BMW i3 debuted in 2014, I called it an odd duck. An odd, headless duck.

Continental returns with 'quiet luxury' after 15 years

Published Aug. 20 2017

If you ever wondered whatever happened to the Lincoln Continental, you're not alone.

Moving? Try the Dodge Durango, it's the modern-day Conestoga

Published Aug. 20 2017

Do you get up from the couch to turn on the television? Of course you don't. Credit Commander Eugene F....

Under the Hood: Failed heater core is making truck a mess

Published Aug. 20 2017

I'm hoping you can help me. The floor beneath the dashboard of my 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 is wet. Looking...

Time we make voting fraud harder

Published Aug. 20 2017

The Trump administration wants to check up on voter fraud possibilities in the United States, and the states have talked...

Due process on campuses important

Published Aug. 20 2017

I spent the weekend dog-sitting for a very frisky, very robust black Lab named Chance, as in there wasn't a...

Rather Interesting

Published Aug. 19 2017

My first memory of Dan Rather goes back to November, 1963, when he as a CBS television reporter and Walter...

Hate speech is abhorrent; banning it is too

Published Aug. 19 2017

Last weekend's events in Charlottesville, along with the threat of future protests by white supremacist groups, have sparked a national...

Throwing shade on interest rate path

Published Aug. 19 2017

A week that begins with a total solar eclipse darkening skies coast to coast will end with investors hoping for...

White supremacists wrong: It's not our DNA

Published Aug. 19 2017

Like middle-aged women dying their hair fluorescent colors and young women dying their hair iron gray, DNA testing has become...

We need Kaepernick more than ever in troubled times

Published Aug. 19 2017

It's been a terrible week in America.

Green Miracle: Neighbor's vegetables are unexpected answer to prayer

Published Aug. 19 2017

It had been a prayer in passing, not one a person would expect an answer. Just a thought that gets...

Economic boycotts of Iran, Cuba hurt U.S., too

Published Aug. 19 2017

The announcement recently of a deal between Iran and the French car-maker Renault for $780 million, to build 150,000 new...

The rewards of declaring candidacy

Published Aug. 19 2017

No sitting House member has won an electoral vote for president since 1880, when Ohio's James Garfield captured the White...

Armageddon postponed, at least for now

Published Aug. 19 2017

North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un appears to have blinked and President Trump can claim a foreign policy victory and justification...

The tale of a missing page and a missing cat

Published Aug. 18 2017

Many of the Gazette's observant readers had our phones abuzz Thursday morning, and rightfully so, as page 3A contained news...

Backing down from the brink of nuclear war

Published Aug. 18 2017

After threatening fire and fury, how does a superpower deescalate? By scrambling its secretary of State, secretary of Defense and...