A calendar is like a circle.
Like many other packages delivered on Dec. 25, a new telescope arrived in space with some assembly required.
The end of 2021 must be met with relief by most Americans.
The pandemic has changed America in many ways, and one major change is the migration from states that locked down their economies and schools the most to those that kept them largely open.
U.S. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. offered a famous assessment of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
After 2020, we could not imagine 2021 extending the reality of COVID’s evolutionary attack on humanity. But it happened.
The terrible year of 2020 ended with a glimmer of hope.
For many years, my family spent New Year’s Day huddled around a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle set up on a card table in the middle of our living room, the Rose Bowl parade lumbering across our television screen in the background and the smell of cabbage rolls hanging in the air like the overripe carcass of a fallen reindeer.
There are certain people who seem to know us, and we them, even though we never met them in person.
In a stunning 47-second video clip from an interview with a northern Indiana TV outlet, Attorney General Todd Rokita tweeted a baseless statement Thursday alleging that Indiana’s COVID-19 numbers are fake.