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    Obama's hard truths on Africa's future

    08/04/2015 12:05 AM EDT
    Ebola. Boko Haram. AIDs. War. Dictators. These are the words most commonly associated with Africa in Western news reports. 
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    Our Opinion: Welcome rules on emissions are sure to be fought
    08/04/2015 12:05 AM EDT - The tough new limits on emissions from power plants announced Monday by President Obama should contribute to the fight against global warming. Full Story

    OPINION
    Mario Guerra for state Senate in 32nd District: Endorsement

    In the race for the southeast Los Angeles County and northern Orange County state Senate seat now known as the 32nd District, it might seem scandal-plagued incumbent Ron Calderon is a hard act to follow. Full Story
    LETTERS
    Letter: A terrible idea

    Editor of the Reformer: Emboldened by the closing of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, my former workplace, the anti-nuclear group Citizens Awareness Network now seeks, according to its website, "To shutter the Pilgrim reactor and replace its power with sustainable energy solutions. Full Story
    EDITORIALS
    McClaughry: Another wrong-headed energy plan

    The Vermont Department of Public Service is hard at work updating the state's 2011 Comprehensive Energy Plan. Full Story
     
    MOST RECENT
    Obama's hard truths on Africa's future

    08/04/2015 12:05 AM EDT
    Ebola. Boko Haram. AIDs. War. Dictators. These are the words most commonly associated with Africa in Western news reports. 
    Full Story
    Our Opinion: Welcome rules on emissions are sure to be fought
    08/04/2015 12:05 AM EDT - The tough new limits on emissions from power plants announced Monday by President Obama should contribute to the fight against global warming. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Caution may prove to be a reckless plan for Clinton
    08/02/2015 10:24 PM EDT - Hillary Clinton's non-answer to a question on the Keystone XL Pipeline last week exposed the full extent of her run-out-the-clock, no controversy, presidential campaign strategy. Full Story

    Load the Latchis on Aug. 20
    07/31/2015 05:14 PM EDT - It may be hard to imagine this time of the year, when fruit is growing heavy in local gardens, the farmers markets are a veritable cornucopia of produce and berries are hanging low in area orchards, that some people are still going hungry. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Health care should be a birthright
    07/30/2015 09:27 PM EDT - As the nation marks the 50th anniversary of Medicare the discussion of expanding the program and offering universal health care is resurfacing. Full Story

    Our opinion: Heated rhetoric on Iran deal does nothing but enrich the few
    07/29/2015 11:01 PM EDT - Just when we thought the commentary coming out of the GOP slate of candidates for the 2016 election couldn't get any more despicable than calling Mexicans rapists, up pops Mike Huckabee. Full Story

    Our Opinion: Right call to end Boston's Olympics bid
    07/27/2015 09:31 PM EDT - While the demise of Boston's Olympics bid is a bit of an embarrassment, it would have been a far bigger embarrassment had the Olympics gone forward and failed. Full Story

    Police: Fake officer tried to pull over off-duty Ohio cop

    NORTH KINGSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in northeast Ohio say a man pretending to be a police officer was caught and charged because the driver targeted by his bogus traffic stop was a real officer. Full Story
    (Seacia Pavao/AP)
    A look at the recent crop of movies about mental illness

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — This may be the summer of the mental-illness movie. At least half a dozen recent releases reflect characters, both real and fictional, whose experience with mood disorders is central to the story. Full Story
    (AFP Photo/Glyn Kirk)
    Two killed at Drake afterparty

    Three others wounded after OVO Fest in Toronto, at which the rapper performed earlier that evening.