I happened to switch on television Tuesday morning and noticed that four trials were in the news, where they have been for some time.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
There are laws of matter. Then, there are laws that matter.
A friend of mine, who died a couple of year ago, used to go to Bangladesh quite often in his role as a representative of the World Bank.
An Oakhurst family, that itself has seen homelessness with a close relative, has hit upon what it believes to be a solution to at least one part of the homelessness problem that faces the county and state.
In the Thursday Wall Street Journal “Pepper and Salt” cartoon, a woman says to a man, “I’m one of those vegetarians who eat meat.” That seems funny for a couple of reasons.
Boston Bomber suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev (with the help of his late brother Tamerlan) stands accused of a terrible crime, setting off two bombs near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Al Neuharth, who headed the Gannett Co. while it became the biggest newspaper-holding company in the country by number of titles, died last Friday at age 89.