Join the Ross Ragland Theater staff at 7 p.m. Saturday as they celebrate their movie-house roots with one of the world’s favorite cult classic films, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
We know how important it is to have insurance so that we can get health care. As a physician, parent and patient, I cannot overemphasize that having insurance is not enough.
The cost of the Green New Deal may hit consumers too hard to make it through the Congress, even if Democrats sweep the 2020 elections. But get ready for federal litigation racking up legal bills for taxpayers.
For the second time in two years, Congress is about to abandon millions of Americans who depend on community health care. And President Donald Trump — who has reason to pay special attention to these patients — seems willing to let it happen.
Like so many initiatives in the Trump presidency, the Trump Doral Group of Seven summit at first sounded like a joke. As the last G-7 meeting wrapped in France in August, Donald Trump used the platform to suggest he might host the 2020 meeting, which is due to be held in the United States, a…
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The suicide rate is increasing in dramatic numbers. It is happening more and more in young adults and children.
“People often say with pride, ‘I’m not interested in politics.’ They might as well say ‘I’m not interested in my standard of living, my health, my job, my rights, my freedoms, my future, or any future.’ Or if we mean to keep control over our world and our lives, we must be interested in politics."
Every time we think the humanitarian situation in Syria has bottomed out, it gets even worse.
As a nation, we find ourselves at a time of historic polarization. Many of us simply refuse to listen to people in a different political camp. A significant portion of Americans are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories than reality, if the facts don’t match their politics.
Beto O’Rourke has a terrible idea. The Democratic presidential candidate and former Texas congressman wants the U.S. government to take away the tax-exempt status of religious organizations — including churches and mosques — that oppose same-sex marriage.
Reserved tickets for the Linkville Players’ production of “Five Women Wearing The Same Dress,” directed by Laura Allen and featuring a cast of six local actors, are now on sale at Poppy, 522 Main St., according to a news release.