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Surprise! Money buys privilege

Opinion: By Will Durst Cagle Cartoons Stop the presses. Hold the phone. Call the queen. Ring a bell. Do


Britain is in turmoil, but Don Jr. has swooped in with sage advice

Opinion: By DANA MILBANK Washington Post WASHINGTON Britain is in turmoil (over Brexit.) But


Mueller report good news for Trump, bad for Russia

Editorial: There are two aspects to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his 22-month investigation into


What’s the real cost of stuff?

Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords I think we, as a nation, have a problem with how we discuss money


Welcome to the baby boomers remaking of college admission

Opinion: By Ann Coulter Andrews McMeel Syndication Poor Felicity Huffman is being raked over the coals


Providing willing workers with higher skills pays off

Editorial: Columbus Dispatch: Ohio suffers from a significant job mismatch: Hundreds of thousands of people


Embracing LGBT people goes against Scriptures

Opinion: Embracing LGBT people goes against Scriptures The letter, “Pastors urge Methodists to embrace LGBT


Court should steer away from the politics of gerrymandering

Opinion: WASHINGTON If an adjective creates a redundancy, does preceding it with two other adjectives give


Niles school system faces tough financial decisions

Editorial: State-mandated fiscal emergency could be a godsend for the economically distressed Niles City


Barra snubs Trump, again

Opinion: Note: The headline might seem contradictory in light of General Motors’ announcement late last week


Phil Kidd will always ‘Defend Youngstown’

Opinion: Phil Kidd might be one of the most pivotal figures in the city of Youngstown in the last decade.


Support paid family leave

Opinion: By Sarah Piepenburg OtherWords Ten years ago, my husband and I opened a specialty oil and


Trump’s unrealistic promises to Rust Belt could haunt him

Opinion: By DAVID IGNATIUS Washington Post WASHINGTON When General Motors idled its auto plant in


Prime minister’s speech a form of national sabotage

Editorial: The (U.K.) Guardian, March 21: When she put herself forward to lead the Conservative party in 2016,


Wealth paves way for college

Opinion: By Jessicah Pierre OtherWords In what’s being called the largest college admissions scam ever, a


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