“I’ll be honest with you: None of that Russia nonsense matters. It’s absolutely baffling why we aren’t still trying to get to the bottom of the deadly Benghazi attack,” writes Don Porter.
“If you want to capture memories of the older generations, you are going to have to do the work,” writes Michael Vaughan.
Consumers used to be able to join together and sue banks for their bad behavior, even if the fine print said otherwise. Not anymore, writes E. Kent Winward.
Readers reacted to a juvenile court sentencing for a teenager accused of killing two young adults in a high-speed crash in June 2016. The teen tried to flee the scene and was initially being tried as an adult.
“Fixing tuition at zero is the wrong route toward increasing access to college,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“Our children are watching us. They see we are willing, as a society, to put their health in jeopardy over politics and money,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“It’s time to change our government and increase our representation at the county level,” write Brent Taylor and Gage Froerer.
Five Weber High School students made a video of themselves shouting an obscenity about African-Americans. Now they find themselves under investigation by the school district. Here’s how readers reacted to the story.