Ariel Castro, the man who kidnapped three women in Cleveland, Ohio, and kept them prisoners for about 10 years in his crummy old house, has pleaded guilty to 937 counts of kidnapping and just about everythin
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Calls are being heard for Anthony Weiner to drop out of the New York mayoral race, and for San Diego Mayor Bob Filner to quit. Both men are standing their ground.
The launch of Obamacare — aka the Affordable Care Act — is proving to be an exercise in confusion.
My grandfather, who was a dentist by day, was a conservationist by night.
Sharon Noguchi, writing in the San Jose Mercury News Monday edition, points up some facts that make one ask this question:
Among the goofiest laws in the United States are those that prohibit the growing of industrial hemp, one of the most useful of plant materials.
Friday was a day of learning of the departure from this side of life of two good friends, Richard Johnson and Harry Nordwick.