From Minneapolis to Auschwitz, the memories ebb and flow, but the horrors of genocide are not to be forgotten.
And the Legislature should adopt our proposals for two of our public plans.
Party affiliations would be required and the voter lists would be public.
The work is important, as are consistent expectations. However, we've fallen behind.
Jack B. Osborn
It's easy to procrastinate — to avoid making crucial decisions — but know that the planning will pay off.
Mark Buchanan Bloomberg View
Future threats are a mental blind spot for us — and they always have been — but there are ways to get around that.
It may be time to lean toward the one that's working.
He's the front-runner's deadliest weapon. Still.
Does Chanhassen compare to the Memphis of Elvis' Graceland?
World Press Freedom Day, arrest in Daniel Pearl case and push for U.N. action amid a bleak era.
Many farmers know the "humane economy" results in more chicken deaths, lower quality.
If his many demands aren't met, he'll simply walk away.
Burning wood as biomass is not without consequence.
With business executive Carly Fiorina re-entering the 2016 campaign fray last week as Sen. Ted Cruz’s designated running mate, we thought it a suitable moment…
The popular sentiment and politicians would have us rip foreign-made goods to shreds — after happily buying them, of course.
Ranked-choice voting might have moderated the campaign.
In Scalia's absence, court may deadlock on suspects' rights.
Consider the case of the New Balance shoe company.
If you don't trust lawmakers to address the problem, get a passport.
Daniel W. Drezner
He doesn't get the credit he deserves — mainly because Americans still have deep-seated reasons for discontent.
Are all of these displays of collective grieving really necessary?
Joanne Kaufman, John Stanochand Steve Cramer
The stakes for the Minneapolis economy are too high for the city to make this a mandate.
Al Quie and Jesse Wiese
Once people have paid their debt, they deserve a new chance.