The looming opioid crisis

Nearly 42,000 people died in 2016 from prescription opioid, heroin and fentanyl overdoses. This amount is higher than any prior year, further attesting that the epidemic continues to worsen.... Read more »

Facebook users face the truth

Facebook users got a rude awakening last week when they learned that their information has been used by a third party for political research and target marketing. Many people... Read more »

Keep guns away from schools

After the shooting of 17 students at the Parkland school in Florida and after 18 school shootings in less than two months, Americans have turned their attention to gun... Read more »

Housing market outlook for 2018

The housing market in 2017 was very good and will continue to improve this year to meet demand and change of preference for different style homes. Price increased by... Read more »

Lotto winner sues state

When a New Hampshire woman won the January $560 million jackpot, she did what most people would do: Immediately signing her lottery ticket, a decision she now regrets as... Read more »

File your taxes early

Monday was the first day to file personal tax returns. Authorities are asking Americans to file early and avoid online scammers. IRS officials recommend that residents ignore telephone calls... Read more »

Government shutdown ends for now

After three days of government shutdown, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-KY,  made a promise to the leading Democrats in the Senate to find a solution for sticking immigration... Read more »

Dysfunctional government in Washington

We elect men and women to go Washington D.C. and work for us. On Friday, they decided to work for themselves. The U.S. Senate failed to pass a short-term spending... Read more »

Tackling racism one leader at a time

On the day of commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the greatest civil rights leaders in American history, we are debating whether our president is racist or... Read more »

Doomsday call in paradise

When the call to take shelter from an incoming ballistic missile hit cellphones, billboards and news outlets Saturday, residents and tourists raced to take shelter on this resort island.... Read more »