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France recently reignited international debate on what to do with artwork in Western museums stolen from former colonies and war-torn states. France has agreed to return 26 works plundered from Benin … more
The “tiny house” movement has a lot going for it, including affordability, efficiency and versatility. There’s also a big downside, as a St. Louis woman has learned: Thieves can drive off with … more
Will we someday be able to leave Earth as easily as we fly from point to point on its surface? It seems we are one step closer, following the successful flight and landing of Richard Branson’s … more
A principle is a concept that serves as a guide for behavior. In 2019, we propose laughing at any newscaster or reporter who makes any reference to labels like “liberal”, “conservative”, or … more
We approach 2019 with confidence in America, its traditions, its people, and its future. Our confidence was lifted when ordinary Americans stymied the hijacking of America by elitists of both parties … more
(Editor’s note: In keeping with a holiday tradition, the Christmas column written by Fritz S. Updike, former Sentinel editor, appears today. Mr. Updike died Dec. 27, 1995.) If we could wave a magic … more
We were perusing some out-of-town editorials and came across this one from the Johnson City (Tenn.) Press. Though the subject has come up before, we thought it wouldn’t hurt to publish a reminder … more
During the past week, we’ve written about coping with wintry weather and fighting identity theft, but we also wanted to look at driving at this time of year. While winter weather has been mild so … more
Tis the season of giving — and taking. What thieves are taking is your identity — and your money. The AAA auto club says credit card accounts, Social Security numbers and e-commerce accounts are … more
Though the forecast for the next few days is warmer than usual, eventually winter will arrive. It’s time we were all prepared in case of a weather emergency. Experts highlight three areas — … more
The tug-of-war over a bronze sculpture more than 2,000 years old is the latest in a long string of disputes between museums with priceless works of art and foreign governments that want them back. An … more
Seventy-seven years ago this month, Americans in Hawaii awoke to the sounds of mass destruction, and the sights of flames and smoke billowing from the bombing of Pearl Harbor. It was a moment that … more
We noticed an interesting item in the Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal. It’s message was: All benefit when local charities thrive. The paper noted that the holiday season doesn’t just mean shopping, … more
A safe, courteous driver used to be defined as a motorist who obeyed speed limits, watched for pedestrians and avoided drinking alcohol behind the wheel. Times have changed. Those definitions still … more
When electronic cigarettes came on the scene, they were billed as a tobacco alternative — a way for nicotine addicts to get the fix while avoiding the harmful effects of inhaling tobacco smoke. And … more
Let’s take a moment to marvel at what we can do when we are at our best. NASA’s InSight lander successfully touched down on Mars last week, a few minutes before 3 p.m. Eastern time, ending a … more
Now that the ballot recount has been completed, we congratulate Anthony Brindisi as our new Congressional representative for the NY-22 district. He now has the opportunity to follow through his … more
What says Christmas time more than a fresh cut tree? Getting that evergreen home, however, can lead to problems. According to a AAA auto club survey, an estimated 20 million Americans who purchase a … more
Americans spend far more on health care than citizens of other developed countries, yet with no better results, most experts agree. One reason is that some organizations in the health care system … more
One of the greatest attributes a physician can have is the ability to listen. And two recent studies back up the importance of having that gift. A Johns Hopkins study of nearly 600,000 heart patients … more
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