President Trump is lashing out at an American institution with a far better reputation than he enjoys himself
Opponents say the tax allows legislators a ‘back door’ to suck health care into the general fund, which will eventually lead to worse health budgets and outcomes
State leaders must insist on transparency, compliance
The internet has been the bastion of much of the country’s economic growth of the last two decades
Don’t expect immediate outside help
Economic forecast paints picture of interdependence and change
No longer will sexual harassment be endured silently
The industrial facilities at north Tongue Point have long been regarded as having great economic potential for Astoria
The Republican tax plans making their way through Congress would hurt Oregon college students, especially ones who attend private, nonprofit schools.
The U.S. House and Senate have different versions of their tax plans, which must be negotiated...
Happy Thanksgiving to all our readers.
As we gather around the dining table with our families today, it is fitting to acknowledge that we have much to be thankful for.
In a nation deeply divided by political differences, with so many...
A delay in the start of Dungeness crab season is nothing new. Dec. 1 is the first possible date, but seldom the actual one in recent years. In fact, timing the season’s start to get better prices and ensure high quality crab is a sign of...
To understand why Gov. Kate Brown traveled to this month’s United Nations climate change conference in Germany, look back to a meeting of West Coast governors in June.
Brown, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and California Gov. Jerry Brown...
There’s been trouble recruiting for a life many consider a calling
Gov. Kate Brown issued two executive orders last week that she said would reduce greenhouse emissions while supporting Oregon’s economy.
The environmental aspects were obvious. The economic ones? Not so much. The Governor’s Office...
The Community And Shelter Assistance Corp. has helped residents purchase 13 mobile home parks in Oregon since 2008.
Implementing sweeping change in the military takes leadership from the top down, and even then it doesn’t happen overnight
We cannot argue with the commitment of these men and women fulfilling their duty with every breath they take
The decision tells us something about preferences for the entire North Coast
The president puts political theatrics ahead of effective negotiating tactics
The issue is that OHA paid too much to regional health-care organizations, collected too much money from the feds as a result, and might have to repay all of it
To live in any ocean-dependent community is to become familiar with the phenomenon of unloved, neglected and abandoned watercraft
Task force offered a broad picture
Is the wholesale destruction of families an appropriate consequence for someone who came across the border without filling out the right paperwork?
He had a firm determination that American Indians control their own destiny