Burn pit research is falling by the wayside just like gun violence research. Who suffers? Veterans. Again. Jason Arment asks why and wants it corrected.
Ross Blanchard reveals how he trolled the Bundy militia using Twitter with his satirical “Malheur Diary” about a fictitious, unwitting character inside the Malheur Refuge.
The people running our schools and universities have adopted the worst and most outdated business practices. Christine Rice explains why you should care.
Tragedy has struck musician Sonny Vincent’s family and he needs your help. If you can, please donate to the GoFundMe page.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin looks at profanity and censorship in the classroom.
The second article in Jason Zenobia’s series on his cooking school experiences, here he shows how important it is to keep going even when everything is falling apart.
Jeff Reese plans to move to Mexico. He travels to Puerto Vallarta to get the lay of the land, consider opportunities, and wonders if he’ll be able to find a place to live.
David Neff examines the importance of gender equality. There remain huge gaps worldwide and yet many of the problems we’re faced with today could be solved through equality.
Ben Werner traveled with his family from South Korea to the Washington, D.C. area just in time for Winter Storm Jonas. Here’s how he prepared in advance of it.
Sean Davis’s continuing bid to be mayor of Portland, reacts to being squeezed out of events showcasing mayoral candidates that instead focus on those with money or Ivy League educations.