Medicine is always about patients first. — Yank Coble
The foregone conclusion from America's clamoring political class is that Hillary Clinton will be crowned the Democrat nominee for president in 2016.
When we're angry or frustrated, sometimes the wrong words tumble out. We say things we really don't mean.
Last month, in one of the most closely watched National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) elections in decades, workers voted by the narrowest of margins to reject representation by the United Auto Workers (UAW).
I recently ran the Scenic City Half-Marathon, a first-class event. Unfortunately, I missed my goal of running a 7:30 (minutes-per-mile) pace and ended up at 8:40. Suppose I decide that my pace wasn't fair because of my age, the cold I had, my lack of time to train, etc.
Let's say you work at Erlanger hospital. Maybe you're a technician, or a nurse. And you love your job.
In recent remarks, President Barack Obama declared he would work around the U.S. Constitution — the supreme law of the land — to "get things done" by avoiding the U.S. Congress.
One of the most significant moments in local politics is unfolding smack-dab before us.
The judge asked me what he could do beyond the mandatory 24-hour sentence to prevent my arrestee from driving while impaired again.
On May 26, 1838, two years after the Treaty of New Echota had been ratified by the United States Senate, American soldiers began to enforce the terms of the treaty.
The telephone rings with hospital personnel or the police on the other end.
If you know all these names — Bessie Smith Strut, Chattanooga Market, Mainx24, Missionary Ridge Road Race — then you need to know this name, too.
To make sense of Ukraine's political turmoil, one has to understand events, and "elections" outside the USA.
A number of Tennessee lawmakers have their sights on legislation that would restrict the amount of certain over-the-counter cold and allergy products consumers can buy without a doctor's prescription.
Not too long ago, one of my favorite Chattanooga writers was taking a timeout from putting an article together.
This morning, after hearing from a very loud and angry public, the Hamilton County Commission is expected to vote down the sheriff's plan to let police officers use cameras from their patrol cars to ticket speeders.