Daily Archive : Thursday October 12, 2017




Life & Entertainment


    Movie producer Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles in February 2016.

    What the Weinstein debacle says about harassment in America

    The Harvey Weinstein debacle tells us that sexual harassment is alive and well in American worksplaces, but it also tells us that the American tolerance for such boorishness is at an all-time low.

    First lady Melania Trump, left, participates in a roundtable discussion Tuesday at Lily’s Place in Huntington, West Virginia. Lily’s Place is the nation’s first nonprofit infant addiction recovery center.

    Editorial: Fighting opioid epidemic on many fronts
    In this editorial, the Daily Herald takes solace that efforts to blunt the opiod epidemic are taking place across the nation, the state and the suburbs.


    Gerson: Increasingly, America sees the glass half empty
    Columnist Michael Gerson: Who is left to defend the simple, often admirable, sometimes disappointing, American experience?


    York: 10 reasons Russia Facebook ads aren’t crucial

    Columnist Byron York: The latest excitement in the Trump-Russia investigation is a set of Facebook ads linked to Russia, about 3,000 in all, that some of the president’s adversaries hope will prove the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election.


    Honked off
    A Grayslake letter to the editor: Call me Mother Goose, because so many things honked me off this week I just had to write.


    He won’t parrot Trump’s wishes
    A Geneva letter to the editor: I endorse Matt Brolley for Illinois’s 14th Congressional District. Matt is the Montgomery village president. I know Montgomery to be a well run municipality and I know Matt to be adept at working with all parties on an issue.


    Today’s Opinion Page editorial cartoon
    Today’s Daily Herald Opinion page editorial cartoon


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