It seemed like a pleasant surprise. A shipment of supplies I had ordered also contained a certificate saying “Congratulations! Your order entitles you to a $50.00 Walmart Gift Card! Call Toll-Free NOW to get complete details.” This was followed by an 800 phone number.
If Newport School Board Chairperson Linda Wadensten has any respect left for our school district, please announce your resignation as from the Newport School Board as soon as possible. The district wasn't in very good shape upon your arrival, but with your lack of leadership, on all levels, …
Two weeks ago, less than two days after concrete falling off an overhead bridge closed the Everett Turnpike in Nashua, the leading contenders for the Democratic nomination for president gathered to debate in Atlanta, Ga.
The Bill of Rights mandates that anyone charged with a crime deserves a speedy and public trial before an impartial jury “and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.”
On this much, everyone can agree. When it comes to the halftime protest at the 2019 Harvard-Yale football game, the protesters chose their time and venue well.
We applaud Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to honor the recommendations of the Maryland Parole Commission and allow the release of three men sentenced to life in prison for crimes committed as minors.
It has become obvious that Russia’s shameless leaders don’t care what the world thinks of their systematic cheating in sports. Just another anti-Russian slander, declared Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, presumably with a straight face, when confronted with the latest evidence of Russian perf…
Facial recognition technology is such a powerful tool for surveillance that it raises profound questions about privacy and law enforcement. But before we’ve even gotten around to considering how the technology affects our daily lives, in many ways it’s already a part of them.
Iran had a blunt solution this past weekend to an eruption of protests by angry citizens: Turn off the Internet. All of it.
Social media monitoring by law enforcement agencies has drawn scrutiny from a coalition of free speech and civil rights groups, raising important questions about privacy as well as oversight of the use of government power.