|New York Daily News||–||
The millions of Americans stuck against their will in low-wage, part-time jobs deserve serious attention from presidential candidates, not the cynical gotcha attack that Democrats have zinged at Jeb Bush.
FDA drops the ball on new menu rules: Editorial. FDA rules mandate calorie counts Calories CONTINUED FROM PAGE C1. Calories of each food item appear on a McDonalds drive-thru menu in New York.
|Minneapolis Star Tribune||–||
In two recent editorials this paper lamented the 2015 Legislature’s failure to meet Minnesota’s transportation challenges and celebrated the latest not-dead-yet Southwest light-rail plan, wrapped in shiny new duct tape (“Minnesota sputters in roads …
|Colorado Springs Gazette||–||
Clearing the Haze is a special report produced by Gazette editorial board members Wayne Laugesen and Pula Davis in collaboration with Christine Tatum, a veteran journalist and former national president of the Society of Professional Journalists.
From left, Megan Barry, Charles Robert Bone, David Fox, Bill Freeman, Howard Gentry, Jeremy Kane and Linda Eskind Rebrovick participate in the May 18 Nashforward mayoral debate.
It’s been 20 years of empty promises, delinquent taxes and a bankruptcy, but it appears that this time Syracuse might finally have a shot at redeveloping the long-vacant Nynex building.