Hatton owed it to her supporters — and she had many — to ride out her push for disincorporation until after the votes had been counted.
North Korea is back in the headlines with its series of successful missile tests. North Korea can now reach the United States, and it will be only a matter of time before they develop a nuclear bomb which can be placed at the tip of a missile.
U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, in a post this week for thehill.com blog, slams President Trump for his “hollow words” in the face of the opioid epidemic.
In 2003, Bill Burr wrote the rules for password security for the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology, urging computer users to change passwords every 90 days and create such intricate passwords that even the world’s fastest supercomputer would overheat trying to decipher them.
It’s funny, to me, how the brain works. I can belt out countless lyrics to songs I didn’t even realize I knew, but then forget the reason I went upstairs.
In the digital age, threats are encoded, technology is expedient and the legal tradition of limiting the intrusiveness of government simply can't keep up.
My grandparents lived along railroad tracks in Monongahela, Pennsylvania, and I would sit on their back porch waving at passengers as their trains roared by the house. I sometimes imagined myself on one of those trains headed for an exciting destination.
This spring, my son, Nathaniel, turned 12. It was time to get serious about preparation for his bar mitzvah, which usually happens when a Jewish boy turns 13.
Who from your childhood had a major influence on your life?
You don’t have to read this column right now. Set it aside for later. Read it when you have the time to read it slowly. Finish that looming chore or other task first.
More guns mean more shootings.
It’s been a little more than a month since the big storm blew into Grand Haven. At our house, we have finally reclaimed our backyard.
How would you define “public education”? According to a blogger for the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, that’s not easy to do in Michigan.
There are a few seminal moments that define our lives. Crossroads where, as Dorothy’s scarecrow would say, “Some people go this way. And some people go that way.”
With all the hoopla of the past week centered around the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival, Tuesday’s primary elections may have been out of mind for many of us.