Imagine somewhere between Shawshank and a Motel 6.
Unless you live under a rock in California or some other foreign country, you know that the U.S. House of Representatives is hankering to impeach president Trump.
On Oct. 10 at 6 p.m. in the community room at the E.G. Fisher Public Library, Ms. Gina Brown from Vital Records at McMinn Health Department will discuss the vital records needed to get your REAL I.D. card.
In the wake of the impeachment inquiry, formally announced on Tuesday by Nancy Pelosi, Republicans still don’t think their leader has done anything wrong. Yet here’s the gist of what we already know: Trump, in the span of one July phone call to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, asked eig…
A new study conducted by Cornell University published in the Journal of Marriage and Family looked at the steady decline in marriage rates over the past few decades.
There came a point when no one took Fred Sanford seriously when he clutched his chest, looked toward the heavens and cried out, “This is the big one! I’m coming Elizabeth!”
The definition is: “In the early 16th century, a quid pro quo was something obtained from an apothecary. That’s because when quid pro quo (New Latin for “something for something”) was first used in English, it referred to the process of substituting one medicine for another — whether intenti…
Despite having instant access to a skilled training professional staff and multimillion-dollar budgets for conditioning equipment and dieticians, today’s MLB player is a fragile sort.
On May 23 of this year, President Trump gave Attorney General Bill Barr “full and complete authority” to declassify information relating to the actions of the FBI and intelligence community in investigating the 2016 Trump campaign.
We asked: Do you favor right to die laws that allow terminally ill people to legally end their life? Do you have religious or ethical concerns with it or do you see it as a merciful way to end suffering?
“You got an iPhone,” said the millennial to her grandmother. “Why did you get an iPhone? You don’t need a smartphone. Do you even know how to text? I think you should just stick with making phone calls.”
The social media hashtag for the week tells me that it’s Working Parents Week — a time to shed light on how families are really doing when it comes to balancing careers, raising children and achieving some quality of life.
Mark Sanford, the former representative and governor of South Carolina, has now joined former Rep. Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld in challenging President Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.