Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines

09/19/2014 07:05 PM MDT
UP — Farmington residents should check out the post office if they haven't been there for a while. 
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Editorial roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroad
09/19/2014 07:05 PM MDT - Kansas ruling could be crucial in battle for US Senate Thanks to a sensible Kansas Supreme Court decision Thursday, the eyes of the nation over the next seven weeks will be on the state's U. Full Story

Editorial: Keep money, momentum behind private space plan
09/19/2014 06:59 PM MDT - America's manned space program, in suspended animation for three years, was stirring this week. That's promising for the program and the nation. Full Story

Editorial: Why wouldn't you equip police officers with body cameras?
09/17/2014 04:41 PM MDT - Police in Ferguson, Mo., got new equipment recently. No, not an M1 Abrams tank — body cameras that record interactions with citizens. Full Story

Editorial: Don't turn safety over to government
09/16/2014 07:01 PM MDT - The U.S. Forest Service was thoroughly mocked for a recent exhaustive article on the eve of National Roasted Marshmallow Day (Aug. Full Story

Editorial: When going off the grid is off-limits
09/15/2014 03:37 PM MDT - For most of us, access to electricity and water are good things. What's more, we're so busy with our lives that we don't want to rely on our own skills and efforts to secure that access. Full Story

Editorial: As Ebola kills, a budget-strapped WHO comes up short
09/12/2014 03:40 PM MDT - The United Nations warns that the intensive global medical effort needed to contain the Ebola virus sweeping through parts of West Africa could cost as much as $600 million. Full Story

Editorial roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroad
09/12/2014 03:34 PM MDT - On Mexican border, more 'guards' increase danger Illegal immigration is a growing problem in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas officials say, but there's another growing problem: a confusing and potentially hazardous influx of multiple kinds of guards and agents and civilian militia members all charged up about protecting the border. Full Story

Editorial: Job growth still millions short
09/12/2014 03:27 PM MDT - The Labor Department released Tuesday its latest monthly report on job openings and labor turnover, which is know by the acronym JOLTS. Full Story

Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines
09/11/2014 08:00 PM MDT - UP — Unfortunately, this "up" was, at least in part, born from the necessities created by our lagging local economy. Full Story

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The Kuro taste: Peppery tang and hint of squid ink

TOKYO (AP) — The first Kuro, or black, burger had a black bun and sauce. Last year's edition, the Kuro Ninja, added a slice of (non-black) bacon to the signature black components. Full Story
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2-day iHeartRadio festival kicks off on Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Taylor Swift didn't divulge any more new secrets about her forthcoming album when she took the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, but the crowd's enthusiasm about her bouncy new single, "Shake it Off," seems to bode well for the new record. Full Story