Grand Forks Herald
Around America, there's much discussion about black parents having The Talk—the dialogue where they sit down with their youngsters, especially their sons, and explain how crucial it is to cooperate with police in order to avoid getting shot. But here's the thing: Everybody should have The Talk. Including parents of black daughters. Including parents of white sons and white daughters. Including parents of everyone else. And including non-parents, too, who should look in the mirror some morning and have "the talk" with themselves.
Some policy responses to last week's police shootings and shootings-of-police will take years to put in place. But others can be rolled out within months. Here are two, both of them drawn from a striking op-ed in The Washington Post titled "The low-hanging fruit of police reform" (June 20). And both of them could help start rebuilding trust in police — especially among minorities, where for reasons ranging from tragically justified to shockingly unjustified, that trust has eroded.
So important is the office of the president that Europeans often say they wish they could vote in U.S. elections. That won’t be happening anytime soon, of course. But it...
Forum News Service Last week, President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Cuba got a post-visit boost: Fidel Castro came out against it. Fidel’s opposition helped Obama because in making his...
Times change. Circumstances change.
Sooner or later, a venue near you is likely will install metal detectors for fans to pass through before concerts and games.
Here’s a key to the Donald Trump phenomenon, and the best reason why the odds still are against him becoming the Republi1can nominee:
When it comes to safety, maybe the “sailors” across America’s amber waves of grain can learn from the sailors on the deep blue sea.
Grand future is right. The more one learns about the unmanned aerial systems industry ... , the more one senses the excitement and realizes that the Grand Sky aviation business park in Grand Forks, N.D., is (a good sign). Which is absolutely terrific news, of course.
Here’s the thing to remember about Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s education reforms.