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Brazil’s far-right president has fueled the blaze that’s sweeping Amazon forest

Editorial: The Guardian, Britain: As Donald Trump’s America retreats from global leadership, coalitions of

Trump panicking his reality-showSFlbpresidency will not be extended

Opinion: WASHINGTON Uh-oh. President Donald Trump is in such a state of panic about his dimming re-election

ADA levels playing field

Opinion: By Jill Richardson OtherWords As another school year starts, I look forward to heading back to

Parole board should give Watkins benefit of doubt

Editorial: There are two despicable characters from Trumbull County behind bars because of their evil acts of

New York Times’ race coverage makes clear it can’t be reformed

Opinion: By Ann Coulter Andrews McMeel Syndication Even before The New York Times launched its “All

Meeting of the minds

Opinion: By John L. MiCEK Cagle Cartoons YORK, Pa. Politics, the Prussian statesman Otto von Bismarck

Decline in charter schools bodes well for Ohio students

Editorial: Columbus Dispatch: News that charter-school enrollment in Ohio has continued its six-year decline

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Angry on any given Sunday

Opinion: The tiger is dead, and I can now get off. It has been a hellish ride for 34 years – just as the late

Don’t ignore corporate role in debate over guns

Opinion: Don’t ignore corporate role in debate over guns In the wake of con- tinuing and perhaps spiraling

The Nickel Boys: Searing reminder of what’s not unthinkable

Opinion: WASHINGTON Because of the investigation led by three University of South Florida researchers, and

Now hear this: Boarding school isn’t an orphanage

Editorial: The knee-jerk reaction to an idea that’s in its infancy but holds out the promise of a bright future

Be a fan like Charlie

Opinion: The best fluke occurrence in my life is about to end – 34 years after it began. How it started, I

Dems making a mistake turning backs on anti-Trump Republicans

Opinion: By Dick Polman Cagle Cartoons Winston Churchill understood that in times of national emergency,

It’s time to heal wounds of racism

Opinion: By Jessicah Pierre OtherWords Four hundred years ago this month, the first enslaved people from

Take part in the enduring magic of the Canfield Fair

Editorial: A Vindicator editorial from April 1, 1949, heralded the opening of the 103rd Canfield Fair thusly: