Assisted-suicide laws send dangerous message

Research shows suicide rates increase for society as a whole when state's legalize doctor-assisted suicides.

Chippewa tribe rebuilds without casino profits

Bad River supports the harvesting of annual wild rice, fish, maple syrup and game hunting by its community members because it is consistent with the ways of their ancestors.


Happy Thanksgiving!

Don't let Thanksgiving become a mere speed bump in the race to Christmas

Pfizer's greedy play

Corporations say the corporate tax rate of 35 percent in the United States is excessive. In truth, very few corporations pay that rate.

Investing in New London's teachers

New London is undertaking a major transition of its public schools. Success, however, depends on attracting and retaining good teachers.


Nation is concerned, but is our president?

On the handling of Syrian refugees, the Democratic Party is about to face a critical test that could have ramifications in many elections to come.

Zuckerberg’s paternity leave is a big deal

Outside of the tech sector, relatively few Americans have access to paid family leave.

Bellicose Trump sets GOP tone on Syria

Republican presidential contenders offering little more than bellicose rhetoric and overblown pledges of toughness.