While most of the memorable television characters have been male and female actors, dogs have had important roles for the past six decades.
OPINION: Chance stop-off adds to great-local-places-to-eat list
Wendell Joseph draws on the spice of his homeland — Trinidad and Tobago — to create unique cuisine.
At 94, Paul Herring, has very few memory lapses.
OPINION: Jeb Bush not well received by conservative Republicans
The 2016 GOP presidential convention may turn into one of who not to nominate.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says his biggest mistake has been underestimating those opposed to change
Mayor Bill de Blasio has fulfilled many of this campaign promises during his forst 100 days in office.
OPINION: By not invading the rest of Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin gets a pass — and keeps Crimea
To Putin’s mind, he has emerged from these “diplomatic negotiations” — translated in Russian to mean “I did it my way” — as a tough statesman, generous in his restraint yet just scary enough to hold the world’s attention.
OPINION: The Obama administrations deportation policy is a travesty
While the president has worked hard to get a reluctant Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform, many immigration advocates say they’d rather see Obama relax his draconian deportation policies.
OPINION: Gov. Corbett has erased deficit without raising taxes, but is vulnerable politically
Gov. Tom Corbett’s biggest challenge won’t come from Democrats, but from his own party where many Republicans contend he isn’t conservative enough.
The debate over campaign contributions is never-ending for a simple reason: Both sides of the argument have merit.
FEATURE COLUMN: The internet is convenient for shopping, but short on creating memories
Saturday-before-Easter trips to the shoe store a prized memory.
OPINION: Musical nostalgia strengthens father-son bond
Son’s return of long-lost CDs is like being reacquainted with old friends.
HISTORY: Free DDT spraying was available for rural homes in Southwest Georgia.
Phoebe Putney Hospital was suffering financial woes while the Albany Undertaking Company was thriving.
OUTDOORS: Ghosts of battles haunt areas of natures beauty
Nature and history are often intertwined.
OPINION: In her four years as secertary of state, Hillary Clinton has no achievements to point to
As she eyes a run at the presidency, Hillary Clinton has there is no single, momentous thing that she can point to as having achieved during her years as the nation’s top diplomat.
OPINION: Jeb Bush is exception to the general gloomy pessimism of the Republican Party
Jeb Bush is critical of President Obama, but he does not suggest, as so many in his party do, that because of President Barack Obama, the United States is on a path to decline and ruin.
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- JOHN BRYANT: Bill Clinton had strong economic record
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