Editorials

Gene Suellentrop handed his Kansas Senate leadership colleagues a crowbar, and they still can’t seem to see the need to pry him from office. Late Friday, the Senate majority leader was formally charged with multiple…

At press time, 5,805 Amazon warehouse employees in Bessemer, Ala-bama, were voting on whether to join the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union. If they do, they will work at the company’s first unionized facility…

On Monday, Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a law shielding the state from COVID-19 related lawsuits. Kansas should follow suit. This global pandemic has upended business as usual because of its scope and depth. It’s…

Republicans in the Missouri legislature continue to reject reason, logic, the law, empathy and common sense regarding Medicaid, the federal-state program that provides health insurance for the poor. The latest chapter in this apparently never-ending…

After the speeches, the hashtags, the marches, the dramatic demands for transforming America’s criminal justice system, comes the relatively mundane but indispensable means of determining guilt or innocence and, if guilt, punishment: the trial of…

As a practical matter, the writing is on the wall for fossil fuels. Everyone who pays attention to the energy sector — and our warming world — understands this. So why on earth would Kansas…

One of the largest criminal investigations in American history is happening right now, and it’s one we should not forget. Well over 300 people have been charged with crimes in connection with the historic events…

 We knew on day two of Joe Biden’s presidency that his goal of vaccinating 100 million Americans by his 100th day in office was setting the bar too low. By that date, 16.5 million shots…

All too easily, big wheels think the rules apply to everyone but themselves. You know the type. Their position grants them “special privileges.” Such is the case with Gene Suellentrop, majority leader of the Kansas…

So it begins. Georgia’s Republican governor, Brian Kemp, last week signed into law a raft of new restrictions clearly designed to make voting more difficult for minorities, urban-dwellers and others likely to vote for Democrats.…