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Charleston Municipal Court Judge Tara Lang recently announced a new dress code for anyone appearing in her City Hall courtroom.
Officially designated “Municipal Court of Charleston, Mississippi, Dress Code,” the document that we saw was short and to the point.
If Cindy-Hyde Smith was not the favorite in the upcoming special election for the U.S. Senate, she is now. President Donald Trump endorsed her last Thursday night, praising her 100 percent support of his agenda.
It’s still early, but it sure seems like Chris McDaniel’s anti-Washington message is having a harder time catching on than it did four years ago.
If Dak Prescott didn’t win himself a permanent spot in Mississippi’s collective heart with his All-American performance at Mississippi State, he’s done it with his response to the NFL national anthem protests.
High-speed internet access has become one of the great divides between urban and rural America.
Conservatives in Congress long have had the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, in their sights for a budget cut. Recent statistics about errors in the program give more ammunition.
Here’s an interesting item from The Washington Post: A record number of Americans age 85 or older are working, even though they could have retired two decades ago.