Employers virtually everywhere are searching for employees, who seem in short supply even as unemployment claims continue to fall from their pandemic-driven heights.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday proposed allowing Americans to buy hearing aids without a prescription. This long-overdue step promises to make hearing aids more accessible to millions of people who could benefit from them by eliminating an unnecessary regulatory barrier.
Just as President Joe Biden is overstepping his bounds with his attempt to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations not just for government employees but for large private employers as well, Alabama state lawmakers are overstepping their rightful authority in the opposite direction, seeking to tell pri…
Commercial truck drivers are almost always in demand, but they’re especially in demand now as the nation deals with supply-chain disruptions that are leaving some store shelves bare and have retailers wondering what they’ll have to sell for Christmas — and if they’ll have enough of it.
In a 1963 episode of “The Twilight Zone,” William Shatner had a nightmare at 20,000 feet. On a clear October day 58 years later, in the skies above West Texas, he was living the dream above 328,000 feet — the recognized point at which space begins.
Anonymity is like fire: an indispensable tool with the potential for disaster. And nowhere is that more glaring than among the ones and zeroes of the internet, where everything seems to be one thing or the other with little room in between.
Abreast cancer diagnosis doesn’t affect just the patient. It causes sorrow and fear for all the people who know the mother, grandmother, sister or wife confronting the disease.
In late August I wrote about two outstanding Afghan women who were struggling to escape Taliban pursuit. One had made it out of the country and the second was still hiding in Kabul.
Can someone please explain to me why the U.S.-Canadian border has just now opened up and the only way to get across is with proof of the vacci…
Wow. Decatur has the same recreation centers it had when I was a kid. Shameful. Same centers, but very few hours and activities. Shameful.
I am amazed by our department heads that are not interested in living in Decatur.
Employers virtually everywhere are searching for employees, who seem in short supply even as unemployment claims continue to fall from their p…