It seems unusual to those of us with any memory for how things work that the cell phone giant BlackBerry is being sold for a fraction of what it used to be worth.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Madera Unified School District Superintendent Ed Gonzalez may have shocked some of his audience last week when he gave a short talk about eight groups of students in the district who are most likely to drop
I stopped at Starbucks for a coffee Friday morning, even though in the Wall Street Journal of the previous day Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz had pleaded with me to leave my civil rights at home.
Whenever a politician says he or she wants to make something clear — or even perfectly clear, abundantly clear or mirror clear (how clear is that?) — you should stand by for obfuscation.
On Saturday, at 8:44 p.m., the sun will hover directly over the equator for a few minutes, resulting in the annual autumnal equinox, or the beginning of fall, according to astronomers who study and ponder su
International leaders on climate change (aka global warming) are beginning to despair that anything can be done about what they think will be the end of the world.
The flooding in and around Boulder, Colo., seems horrible to us who so far are enjoying a dry, balmy almost-autumn. Thank goodness, many of us probably think, nothing like that could happen here.