It’s a year later, and we’re still arguing about hearing offensive ideas on college...
Mark Saal opines on his recent foray in to podcasting for the Standard-Examiner, as well as a “more informative” science and outdoors podcast from Leia Larsen and Benjamin Zack.
While Trump’s mental condition has long been a topic of debate, Clinton’s physical condition is now being targeted after what basically amounted to a collapse on Sunday after leaving early from a 9/11 Memorial ceremony.
The Farmington woman’s ‘Migloo’ began as a social media post and ended up bringing the neighborhood together for a slumber party.
Columnist names his team “Saal Over,” since it can be seen as either cocky trash-talking or gracefully accepting defeat.
Mark Saal ponders the history of the United States and wonders about the context of Colin Kaepernick’s silent national anthem protests. When the national anthem is playing, our focus should be on the flag, not on some athlete taking a knee on the sidelines.
Mark Saal: I’ve seen it, and I still don’t believe it. Mylan CEO Heather Bresch defends outlandish price increases for auto-injector.