Sessions needs to tell the public his views on the appropriate relationship between the Justice...
“Dunkirk” is a marvelous piece of cinema, columnist Don Porter says. But it can also be a terrible thing to watch.
The latest software version released last week patches a security vulnerability that could leave your phone open to a hostile takeover. An attacker could take control of your phone using the device's Wi-Fi chip, and that’s something you do not want.
“Trump's lesson for 30,000 young men was that the bullies are right and that humility and self-sacrifice are for suckers,” writes Stephen Stromberg.
People here clearly believe in the democratic process. Of the county’s 13 mayoral elections this year, nine are contested.
“The real-world political impetus for choice has been developing alternatives to rotten public schools for poor minority kids without other options,” writes Rich Lowry.
Maintenance of a moral republic depends on you and me. We will either be virtuous and free or corrupt and ruled. The Founding Fathers' writings show as individuals, they would not care completely for the needy but help them to help themselves. The poor need earned achievement satisfaction, not...
“These kids are excited by the future. Even if they don’t all become engineers and scientists, they will make a difference,” writes David Ferro.
The House passed a defense bill containing an amendment that puts the Ogden Nature Center at risk. Utah lawmakers can’t allow it to become part of the final bill.
“It may sound trite, but there is relief and even pure joy when minority students experience having a teacher who shares their culture,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
In her letter regarding Don Porter’s “ravings,” Lorna Jorgensen seems to be of the opinion that everybody has a right to her opinion (“Left-wing ravings of columnist Don Porter have become irritating,” July 18). Those of us who share Porter’s...