There are lots of ways to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure. Doing it in ways that help poorer and middle-income communities would put tax dollars where they are needed most.
It's too little, too late
No, this isn't an endorsement.
So I really wanted to believe that this guy was just trolling us:In case you're wondering what you're looking at, that's what a reader comment to a Capital-Star story looks like before we make...
And it's happening in red states too.
Measles cases in the US have reached their highest in 25 years. A bioethicist argues why parents opposed to vaccination are not just wrong about the science, but about the morals.
The only winners here are lawyers for the gun lobby, who even now are soliciting plaintiffs and donations to cover the costs of suing Pennsylvania towns.
In the absence of judicial action, anti-choice advocates are trying to legislate the medical procedure (and that's what it is) out of existence.
While it’s true that nuclear generation doesn’t emit greenhouse gases, there are several important reasons why I feel this is the wrong way to go.
If the goal of the proposed legislation is to curb a rogue building inspector, the current language fails to accomplish that objective.