National Adoption Month Op-ed
Last week, we reflected on all that we are grateful for as we gathered around the Thanksgiving table with family.
8 questions about the presidential election
Will there be a winner on election night? Will damage from Hurricane Sandy have an impact on the election? The Washington Post answers these and other important questions as Election Day approaches.
VIDEO: Showdown over the U.S. Senate
While many are focused on the outcome of the presidential race on Election Night, Byron Pitts reports on another important battle between Republicans and Democrats for control over the U.S. Senate.
Did your team win? That might affect how you vote
If President Obama wins Franklin County, Ohio - a critical locale in a critical swing state - on Tuesday, he might want to write a thank-you note to Ohio State's football team. The Buckeyes defeated Penn State last week, thereby enhancing Obama's chances of taking central Ohio.
Kenneth Ridenour Sr.
Kenneth Ridenour Sr., 72, of McAlester, died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Solara Hospital in Muskogee.
A heartbreaking day — Execution day
On Nov. 6, I came back to my office, sat at my computer and stared at a blank screen while I searched for the words within me to describe the huge injustice I had just witnessed. Injustice — my judgment, my bias.
Black Hills of South Dakota
I have never been on a drive more beautiful than Needles Highway on the southern edge of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Poll: Religiously unaffiliated less likely to vote
The recent boom in religiously unaffiliated Americans may ultimately help explain the results of the upcoming 2012 presidential election, according to a new poll that shows such voters lean heavily toward President Barack Obama but are less likely than the religiously affiliated to turn out.
Survey: Consumers trust Internet more than pharmacists
Consumers are more likely to turn to the Internet for prescription drug information than their pharmacists, according to a survey commission by RxAlly, a network of community pharmacies.
Slate: Twitter for people who don't like Twitter
Did you watch Tuesday night's presidential debate on one screen or two? If you answered "Why the heck would I need two screens to watch TV?," then you missed half the show.
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