By Lee Hamilton
Let's start with the obvious: A democracy needs intelligence agencies.
It needs to know what's happening in the world — and understand the plans of allies and enemies — to keep the nation prepared and secure.
By Mike Lawrence
The television room in the fraternity house was often crowded and clamorous, filled with cheers and jeers while the brothers on the couches and the NFL teams on the screen battled.
By Thomas O'Rourke
The Affordable Care Act is a flawed model of financing health care.
By Carolyne D. Brooks
By Michael J. La Due
By Gene Budig and Alan Heaps
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of one of the seminal events in American culture.
By James M. Cornelius
By Megan Hansens
By Carol Mizrahi
"Your call is very important to us."
Sure, that's why they put me on hold for 30 minutes; otherwise, I'd be hanging for 60.
By John Beck
After nearly four decades of working at The News-Gazette, I'm calling it a career next Friday, and the memories are strong.
The News-Gazette I walked into my first day on the job on May 5, 1975, was a living museum in its waning days of hot metal typesetting and printing the paper on a letterpress.