Forget Grubergate. Forget repealing Obamacare. Forget being a cynical southern conservative no-no-no-man or woman.
Old Man Winter has really hit us with the tingle digits. And that's especially true for what must be the largest number of homeless people Chattanooga has seen in years.
Not a day goes by without some staggering scientific marvel revealed that we have helped pay for, like a genetically modified potato for McDonald's that offers less cancer risk when fried up for french fries or the stunning 10-year, $1 billion journey of a washing machine-sized spaceship now hitchhiking on a comet.
If the Tennessee Valley Authority has a successful year, the utility company should pay its executives more. Check.
Harold Coker was as much at home taking apart a car as he was putting together a deal for the Hamilton County Commission.
White racists were partially responsible for the shellacking the Democrats took in the midterm elections last week, according to the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus.
My friend Cindy and I were talking in the break room at work one day this week when she said something I found fascinating.
As the president of the Chattanooga Area Food Bank, I am often invited to speak on the issue of hunger in our community.
WASHINGTON — The politics of selfishness was embraced enthusiastically last week by Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Aggression, control, dominance.
Why say Obama pulled out of Iraq too early? Bush said "mission accomplished" back on May 1, 2003, with the end of combat missions.
Tuesday's election results proved that American citizens eventually get it right.
Did anyone notice the speaker for the Public Education Foundation appeared to insult teachers and was very unscientific about it?
I read with interest a couple of your recent editorials concerning the case of King v. Burwell, which is now before the United States Supreme Court.
We are advised to not judge all Muslims by a few, but we are encouraged to judge all gun owners by a few lunatics. How about that?
Having been a faithful user of the Uber car service for a couple of years now, I can tell you it will be a welcome addition to Chattanooga.
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