Since their conventions, the two candidates have done more to underscore their weaknesses than to stress their strengths.
After all the noise and drama of the last few months, what are these people waiting for?
n the next 60-plus days, you can bet that each of the presidential candidates will be putting on their best performance in hopes of getting a rave review on Election Day.
Those of you who equate emailing with texting could face dire consequences in how you are perceived.
I think everyone has heard about the “protest” by Colin Kaepernick where he has remained seated during the National Anthem in the first three preseason games. And many people are angry.
As hundreds of athletes from around the world converged on Rio this past month, some possibly risking their health due to toxic, trash-infested waters in Guanabara Bay, water quality issues were in play right here at home as well..
Before a raucous crowd in Arizona, Trump returned to his natural center: angry, snarling, aggrieved and terrifying.
Investigators keep finding more Clinton-related emails, underscoring the former secretary of state’s lack of transparency, and Trump continues his refusal to follow tradition and release his tax returns.
The past month of the presidential campaign has been noisy, relentless and bizarre.
Even before Hillary Clinton became secretary of state in 2009, it was clear that her family’s charitable enterprise, which depended heavily on donations from foreign governments and corporations, was a potential problem.
Nearly everything about the way we teach children has evolved over the past few decades.
There’s no known drug that affects every part of the brain at once, frying or scrambling its proteins.
Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on much, but most agree on this: The federal government isn’t working the way it should.