I’m a sucker for stories about the health benefits or detriments from the food and drink we put into our bodies.
If someone reports that rutabagas will forestall aging, ward off cancer or strengthen the heart, I might not run out and buy a bushel of them, but I’ll think about it.
In 1990, the Mississippi Legislature quietly approved a law allowing casinos in the state. The state Gaming Commission acted in a similar fashion Thursday, unanimously approving sports betting regulations with no discussion during its meeting.
There may be more to the story about Morgan Freeman’s misbehavior than either CNN has reported or the actor has acknowledged. The way these revelations of sexual misconduct by the rich and famous sometimes go is that the first reporting opens the floodgates for other victims to get the courage to come forward.
Phil Bryant and a handful of other U.S. governors seem a little premature — not to mention a little selective in their evidence — for pushing President Donald Trump for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize.
One would think that in order to qualify, a nominee should actually have achieved some peace, rather than just talked about it.
Given the financial stresses rampaging through the medical industry, a prominent showdown between a large hospital system and a large insurance company was inevitable. Unless cooler heads prevail, it will occur this summer in Mississippi.