The unveiling of the memorial to Ed Johnson's lynching on the Walnut Street Bridge in 1906 was a dark day in Chattanooga history.
One of the biggest "Big Lies" of GOP politicians is their claim to be "pro-life."
I will miss the daily newspaper. Call me old-fashioned or technologically inept, I don't care.
At 71, I have spent more than 60 years reading newspapers.
There are silences in Hamilton County's history.
Tennessee now leads the nation in new cases of COVID-19, with more than 7,000 reported daily.
This is a major step into the future and hopefully keeps the Chattanooga Times Free Press publishing for decades to come.by
The founding documents of our country were based on the Enlightenment principles that individuals are the sovereigns of their lives and that government exists, by consent of the governed, to provide for people to live peaceably together in a manner of their choosing.
The new Texas anti-abortion law shows just how far the Republican Party will go to force its values upon citizens.by
The British learned in the early 1800s. The Russians left in 1989 after nine years with more than 15,000 soldiers dead.
We understand President Biden is busy. Between foreign policy crises, infrastructure and the COVID-19 pandemic, he has a lot on his hands.
Truth is external.
President Biden should not shoulder all the blame for what has happened in Afghanistan.
The only Afghan people willing to fight for their country's independence are the Taliban.
The debate about "health care" now going on has nothing to do with health care; the issue is money.
According to Saturday's Free Press editorial page, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly is "left-leaning," a cliched pejorative apparently intended to terrify public officials lest they be similarly slurred.
Thank you for Sunday columns by representatives of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee and CHI Memorial Health System about their standoff.by
Our governor once more shows his lack of concern for a health issue.
I am encouraged by the statement from Utah Gov. Spencer Cox identifying the correct position that the United States should welcome refugees from Afghanistan.
Despite a headline trending alarmist ("Thousands of voters could be taken off registry," Aug. 9), I appreciate TFP reporter Patrick Filbin's handling of the ongoing controversy about Georgia's election laws and voter rolls.by
This American flaw may not be unique to this country or time, but it is certainly more observable in these times of unusually high national stress.
How deplorable can it get that many self-proclaimed patriots are denouncing Dr. Fauci and the CDC, and are fighting the use of masks and vaccinations that have saved thousands of Americans during our coronavirus war, the worst "world war" since World War II.