It doesn’t matter how one’s candidate fared in the recent elections. There is always something festive in what Stephens Washington Bureau reporter Peter Urban calls a “biennial rite of passage”: drawing lots for office space newly elected members of Congress will occupy during their terms.
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As if parents didn’t already have enough to worry them, a new study , published in the journal Pediatrics, suggests that 40 percent of teens surveyed said they had experienced cyberdating abuse in the context of a dating relationship in the previous three months.
As if parents didn’t already have enough to worry them, a new study, published in the journal Pediatrics, suggests that 40 percent of teens surveyed said they had experienced cyberdating abuse in the context of a dating relationship in the previous three months.
The untimely death of an 11-year-old boy in Johnson County last week turns our thoughts to cold-weather safety, especially inside.
The Marketplace Fairness Act remains a political football at the exact time of year it could do cities, counties and states the most good.
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A former state senator described as “an asset” for western Arkansas and a “trailblazer” for women died this week at age 77.
In the news this week are phrases like “polar vortex” and “arctic air invasion.” It hit us with a blast when we got out Tuesday morning, and it appears we will see some frigid-for-November temperatures the rest of this week and weekend.
Tom Cannava of Fort Smith survived when a rocket-propelled grenade hit his chopper in Vietnam.
Earlier this fall, the Palo Alto Longevity Prize was inaugurated by physician, life-enhancing advocate, and hedge fund manager Joon Yun. The goal of the contest is largely the same as Ponce de Leon’s expeditions during the sixteenth century: finding the fountain of youth. Of course the Palo Alto Prize is couched in modern medicine, not magic-infused waters, but the promise of it remains the same.