Trade wars between the United States and much of the world are expected to inflict more pain on Kansas businesses and consumers in coming months, especially if President Donald Trump adds to his list of taxes on imports.
In next year’s presidential primary, Kansas Democrats will be test-driving a balloting process called ranked-choice voting that should increase turnout and be plain old good for our democracy.
It was known as the “tanker war.” In 1987, Iran wreaked havoc on global energy supplies moving through the Strait of Hormuz, using mines to attack Kuwaiti oil tankers and eventually triggering direct conflict between U.S. naval forces and Iranian vessels.
No doubt, most everyone welcomed the Kansas Supreme Court’s ruling Friday that state legislators have finally met their financial obligation to public K-12 schools with their most recent boost of $90 million a year for the next several years.
Today, I would like to speak with you about climate change. It’s all right; I come in peace.
Protesters in Hong Kong are fightingy the latest attempt by China’s central government to further breach Hong Kong’s autonomy and the essential human freedoms guaranteed by treaty until at least 2047
The United States has a good chance of winning the FIFA World Cup this year, notching its fourth title in eight attempts. That would be the women’s soccer team.
As a Hispanic growing up in Humboldt, Polo Perez felt the sting of racism.
Sometimes I wonder how long we will be talking about fixing the problems that Sam Brownback left Kansas.
Iola council members closed the door Monday night on partnering with Westar Energy to build a solar power plant here. With that chapter in the books, the council now owes citizens the next act: their alternative vision for the city’s energy portfolio.
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