It's a shame Chris Anderson had to file a lawsuit against the Hamilton County Election Commission because the body couldn't or wouldn't do its job, which is to determine whether there is legal and nondiscriminatory cause to permit a recall and charge taxpayers for an extra election.
My, my — what a difference a day and a vote makes.
February is designated as Black History Month.
One of every 40 adults in America has lost the right to vote due to a felony conviction.
I love snow — at least when the alternative is ice. So waking to winter wonderland Thursday was a treat and great relief.
It's a union election. It concerns more than 1,500 hourly workers and Volkswagen in Chattanooga.
Why do Republicans keep living up to their nickname, the "Party of No"? And why do Americans keep ignoring the GOP's blatant wars on everything: women, the poor, Hispanics, equality?
Plenty of national and local news stories are telling us that much is riding on this week’s secret ballot involving more than 1,500 hourly workers at Volkswagen’s $1 billion state-of-the-art auto assembly plant here.
Say it ain't so, G.I. Joe. Surely you can't be the big 5-0 — a half-century old.
Republicans and right-wing media organizations fell all over themselves this week rushing to tweet out and broadcast what they wanted to read into a Congressional Budget Office report about Obamacare — rather than what the report actually said.
Gov. Bill Haslam is reinventing the Tennessee college scholarship playing field.
Handling snakes for the Lord. Rattlesnakes. All to tempt miracles.
Chattanooga seems to be getting into the tea party fervor of petitions and recalls, so let's open up the floor.
The GOP needs to get its money back from whomever was hired for a recent training session to help candidates learn how to better speak to and talk about women.
Mistakes happen. It's understandable. But not too forgettable when the mistakes involve snowy roads.