When a parent is called into the principal’s office for an “emergency,” it’s usually trouble.
President Trump’s recently announced artificial intelligence initiative does not include the word “China.”
Judging from the dire warnings emanating from Republicans, the Cold War didn’t end when the Berlin Wall fell. Boy, will historians be surprised.
The popular British TV series, “Midsomer Murders,” gives insight into how gun violence in the United States might decrease if the United Kingdom’s model of firearms control were considered.
On Feb. 12, the U.S. Senate, by an overwhelming 92-8 margin, passed an omnibus package that rolled together more than 100 separate public land and water bills, some of which had languished for more than a decade.
You can’t help but feel a little bit sorry for Kansas’ new governor, Laura Kelly.
The Kansas Legislature opened its 2019 session on Jan. 14. It will most likely close up shop sometime in May.
President Donald Trump pushed the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a challenge to his administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Just as Kansas’ reputation for intolerance and foolishness was starting to fade, several lawmakers have stepped forward to stake a new claim to those titles.
I intend to vote for the school bond issue on April 2, and here are my reasons why.
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