Who can argue with promoting entrepreneurship and technological innovation, assisting small businesses, ending homelessness of veterans and giving new parents skills to help them with their children?
In an instant, it was done.
When Bill Clinton was president, his best acquaintances were known as Friends of Bill, but apparently sports mascots weren't on the list.
On this Easter Sunday, two new reports indicate antagonism toward the Bible is growing in the United States, and that Western Europe — where ancestors of most Americans hail — is the region of the world where the fewest respondents said religion plays a positive role in their country.
The Citizens for Government Accountability and Transparency's effort to overturn the city of Chattanooga's domestic partners ordinance in August could be a precursor to what the November elections will bring across the country.
Tennessee legislators have spent this week like a college student cramming for exams, their committee meetings and votes substituting for lengthy papers, journals and test preparations, as they ended their 2014 session.
Sheriff Jim Hammond and his Republican primary opponent, Chris Harvey, have a difference of opinion on how the captain of the Hamilton County law enforcement ship should conduct himself.
The two contenders for Hamilton County Circuit Court judge, Division 1, bring vastly different experiences from the domestic and civil sides of the court's docket.
Commissioner Larry Henry believes the job of Circuit Court Clerk requires an effective manager but not necessarily someone who comes in with an insider's knowledge of the office.
You may think President Barack Obama stops at nothing where his narcissism meets pop culture, but apparently he has his limits.
“People are complex,” said Dr. Larry Ingle, a retired history professor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. “You can’t always put them in a mold.”
Little short of an act of God will keep Jim Coppinger from being re-elected Hamilton County mayor.
We'd like to take bits and pieces of the three Republican primary candidates for District 8 and elect the stitched-together candidate, but that's not possible.
Chester Bankston, first-term commissioner of the county's fastest growing district in its northeast corridor, has no primary opposition but will face Melinda Bone of Harrison in the August general election.
Chances are, if Republican Larry Henry, the present District 7 county commissioner, had run again, he would have easily retained his seat.