Damyelle Miller is on a roll.
Very few people vote at the Amnicola Highway polling place, there in the unheated garage of Fire Station 10, where five folding chairs sat empty for most of Tuesday and poll workers talked of voting days gone by the way front-porch men might remember — sentimentally, wistfully — the hottest days of yesteryear.
WASHINGTON — The Republican debate about the shape of the political future has begun, typically for conservatives, as a fight about the past.
Each election, I vote. And each election, I care less and less for it.
Football coach Steve Spurrier is catching a lot of flak from critics about the quality of his South Carolina football team.
Over the last year, Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke has taken the same approach as Barack Obama to governing: stay on the road engaged in the politics of marketing and self-promotion to avoid the mundane task of governing.
It is important for the public to understand the real facts leading up to Erlanger Health System's decision to file foreclosure proceedings against Hutcheson Medical Center.
Hutcheson: Medical Center an asset too valuable to lose
Dear Son, It seems like yesterday that you were a wisp of a boy, hiding behind my legs at pre-school and calling me "Gaggy."
Want the shootings and gang violence to end?
WASHINGTON — A glimpse of the anxiety sweeping the Arab world surfaced recently when an Arab woman complained during a talk in Amman at the Columbia Global Center for the Middle East.
On a cool March evening in 1866, a small band gathered to pray. Around them lay the wreckage of war and the shattered dream of a great Episcopal university.
WASHINGTON — Is this election really about nothing? Democrats might like to think so, but it's not.
Fame is nothing beside heroism
The doctor was supposed to bring her good news.
The Democrats have an impending problem surfacing at an inopportune time: Their beloved big government's feckless response to our nation's problems.
Until last week, I had never heard of “aspies.”