Conservatives have been seething since 2013 over what they say was an unfair and imbalanced effort by the IRS to scrutinize right-leaning organizations more closely than other groups seeking nonprofit status.
Who remembers what Jesus said? When those rag-tag Jewish fishermen heard Jesus speaking in his guttural Aramaic accent, did they remember exactly what he said? You know, decades before our four memory-laden evangelists washed his words into Greek? Memory is a tricky thing.
Thursday’s Telegraph story by Andy Miller of Georgia Health News about the number of premature births in the state rising and The Telegraph’s Andrea Honaker’s companion story on the same subject about Bibb County, reflects how important data can be interpreted to tell many other stories.
Well, it took almost a year, but we now have the “Trump Doctrine.” It’s very simple. And, as you’d expect, it fits neatly into a tweet. On nearly every major issue, President Donald Trump’s position is: “Obama built it. I broke it. You fix it.”
Dead service members and their families deserve recognition and respect, both from presidents and the American people. Active duty military also deserve a clear mission and the commitment of a nation to their service, fight, and future.
Two months after Hurricane Harvey submerged much of metropolitan Houston, recovery is under way across the city. Residents and volunteers are gutting and restoring flooded homes. Government agencies and nonprofit organizations are announcing cleanup programs and developing plans to distribute relief funds.
When Stephen Paddock opened fire Oct. 1 on concertgoers in Las Vegas, killing 58, the city became the unfortunate host of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Investigators are still trying to piece together the events that took place that evening, and why.