Southern Appalachia isn’t the only region of the country where decent-paying jobs have all but disappeared and adults have lost hope.
We don’t know who is committing this terrorism. But we certainly know who has made hate’s expression acceptable.
This is a time of profound change in American media. And it comes at a time of major challenges for the people and institutions we serve and report on.
To some Americans, facts don’t matter. And the president is turning the public’s distrust of the media into a personal weapon.
Violence is not a problem of policing. It’s a terrible, complicated societal problem, and police cannot solve it.
In one respect, Tom Frey has been out of the public eye for decades. He left his last government position in December 1991, after failing to win a second term as Monroe County Executive.
The last thing this community needs right now is major division among Rochester Democrats. But the division is there.
If we had any doubts before, now we know: Donald Trump plans to do exactly what he promised.
Each of us has to take responsibility for change. Saturday’s marches have to be the beginning, not the end.