A collaboration with the Miami Herald, other McClatchy newspapers and The Trace, a nonprofit online news organization that covers firearms issues, tabulated just how many more youths fell after Parkland.
Trump makes impulsive decisions, and the consequences go beyond the damaging departure of Defense Secretary James Mattis, a Marine and veteran who was the wisest and most respected member of the Cabinet.
I see that newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst — yes, that Patty Hearst — recently purchased a two-story home in historic Charleston. The once controversial figure now known for charity will be a great fit.
His approach to Venezuela proves it: President Donald Trump’s more muscular, assertive diplomacy will take time to acquire global credibility after years of former President Barack Obama’s empty words.
On Jan. 1, 1969, I was sitting on my couch in Fargo, N.D., buried under a blanket and watching the Rose Bowl Parade. Outside it was 25 degree below zero, not quite as cold as what Fargo is experiencing now.
U.S. politics are rowdy by nature. Hopefully, few Americans with a real life will pay continuous attention to the 2020 races. Media will provide coverage of the competition among its favored Democrats.
I never really thought it would happen, if I had thought about it at all, but it appears I’m going to be outliving several of my favorite North Myrtle Beach golf courses, including a favorite in Possum Trot.
If the Trump administration blows this opportunity for real and needed change in Caracas, it could create the conditions not only for a further failing Venezuela, but for wider instability throughout Latin America.