Working out is tough, especially when you do it alone. In the summer my group of friends gather for some friendly ultimate Frisbee or volleyball, but in the winter we each turn to our own particular health regimes.
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The Grayson County Commissioners Court’s apparent support of solar projects proposed Tuesday for the county is a reminder that a move toward clean, renewable energy can be a profitable one for local economies.
(CNN) — CNN commentators offer their take on the results of the New Hampshire primary. The opinions expressed in these commentaries are those of the authors.
There’s no mistaking the message of the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to stay the Barack Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan regulation while it’s being challenged before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Before Tuesday, the court had never granted a regulatory stay in such circumstances, where the lower court hasn’t ruled and has itself declined to block the regulation while it’s considering the case. It’s understandable that environmental advocates are upset.
I recently wrote a Good Morning column about how I’m working hard to always answer my phone when my wife calls because she’s just a few weeks away from giving birth to our first child. I haven’t always been the most reliable when it comes to answering my phone, but I’m determined to correct that.
The occupation of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Harney County, Oregon, is mostly over. Four militants remain inside the refuge; 11 have been arrested and charged, including the Bundy brothers Ammon and Ryan. Only Robert “LaVoy” Finicum made good on his promise to die rather than submit to the federal government. But if “the tree of liberty is watered by the blood of patriots” — the militia movement’s favorite Jefferson quote — then Finicum’s death is exactly the sort of martyrdom that law enforcement hoped to avoid and didn’t.
There is a red and blue political divide in the U.S. that this election is only exacerbating, with consequences for governing.
Watching last Thursday’s debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders one might have thought a Republican had been in the White House for nearly eight years.
People have all kinds of withdrawal. Usually it’s from things like caffeine, nicotine or a favorite TV show that is canceled. Right now, I’m having boot withdrawal. Those of you who wear western boots will understand.
Dave Granlund cartoon about the New Hampshire primary.