Charles Koch's public message represents rhetorical spin at its flimsiest

|Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2014

The following editorial appeared in the Kansas City Star on Monday, April 14:

Lewis W. Diuguid: A lonely, tough existence for blacks in Guatemala

| |Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2014

Getting to this old port town required us to rise early from our Hotel Catamaran cabins on pylons over water.

Carl Hiaasen: First, do no harm � to your bank account

| |Monday, Apr. 14, 2014

After being sued by the Wall Street Journal, the government finally released its Medicare reimbursement data last week. It included the less-than-stunning revelation that 28 of the 100 doctors who received the largest payments in 2012 were from Florida.

Steve Paul: The tea leaves suggest Hillary Clinton would be a formidable candidate

| |Monday, Apr. 14, 2014

No matter what happens in the midterm election this November, a larger political scenario looms for 2016.

Leonard Pitts Jr.: � and this is Overkill News Network

| |Sunday, Apr. 13, 2014

Dear CNN:

Mary Sanchez: Military chief's plea � put returning soldiers to work

| |Friday, Apr. 11, 2014

How do you recognize a military veteran? Really see them, once they're out of military fatigues. No boots and camouflage. After the homecoming is over, with its flags and patriotic speeches and TV cameras and families weeping in relief.

Barbara Shelly: Give Kathleen Sebelius credit � she survived the furnace

| |Friday, Apr. 11, 2014

So this is it for Kathleen Sebelius. The former Kansas governor apparently will officially announce her resignation as U.S. health and human services secretary on Friday.

Cynthia M. Allen: Honoring sacrifice, supporting military families

| |Friday, Apr. 11, 2014

Anna Karcher knows something about sacrifice.

ZunZuneo was a well-intentioned effort to break Cuba's information monopoly

|Wednesday, Apr. 09, 2014

The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Tuesday, April 8:

Frida Ghitis: Syria remains the world's most urgent human and strategic crisis

| |Wednesday, Apr. 09, 2014

There's a dangerous human tendency to gradually pay less attention to crises that unfold over long periods of time. That, of course, is possible only for those whose daily lives are not directly affected. For everyone else, it creates an unconscious illusion that the situation can be ignored without consequences.