THERE'S a curious statistic in January's 2017 U.S. Energy and Employment report that says solar employment represents 43 percent of the electric sector's workforce. The solar sector employed more Americans in oil, gas and coal combined, but only produced
MISSOURI legislators would like to make sure the state reveals the costs and deals with the problems that result in lawsuits. We agree that transparency is the best policy and encourage Gov. Eric Greitens to sign the bill.
A SINGLE mother and her two children will soon be moving into a new home in Hannibal, Mo., thanks to efforts by the Mark Twain Area Habitat for Humanity chapter. Nearly 40 volunteers and professional contractors worked last weekend as part of a "blitz bui
ONE more lethal, multi-casualty bomb attack in the center of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, marked the approaching 16th anniversary of America's war in that country. At the same time that Wednesday's attack occurred, the U.S. was trying to decide whether t
FRAUD, abuse and errors in government programs had a cost of $136.7 billion in 2015, according to the Government Accountability Office. In a nation where $2.8 trillion in annual assistance is paid out, that 95.6 percent accuracy rate is not good enough.
MORE than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, including 220,000 residents of Illinois. Those and other sobering facts will be shared during June, which is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month.
OWNERS of consumer items may use or resell their possessions as they see fit -- at least that's at the heart of a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruling handed down Tuesday. Lexmark International, which manufactures printers, was the loser in the case. The co