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There are many factors that affect the price of healthcare in the United States. Chiefly among these are insurers, excessive litigation, volatile prices for medical supplies, the uninsured and uncontrolled drug prices. Americans spend about $3.4 trillion per year on healthcare, more than any other nation...

Few people would argue with the beauty of a California sunset. The bright lights of Times Square are tough to compete with. But there is one thing that...

The 2018 midterm elections will decide the fate of which party holds a majority in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Many states that were...

What is racist? It is an irrelevant topic, right? I mean, if you are a widely known TV personality, you have all rights to voice whatever you desire when...

My mother and I attended a self-motivation lecture on Saturday in Memphis. After the program ended, I went through my social media to see what I had missed...

Almost one year ago at Wyatte Baptist Church, I made a commitment that was much bigger than myself, but I didn’t do it alone. I had the privilege of...

American society is not what it used to be, and that is a bad thing. Once unified on community and patriotism, society has devolved significantly from...

Dear Editor, My motivation for writing this letter was the column by Josh Baker in the Oct. 19 issue of The (Daily) Mississippian. My purpose is to add...

On Oct. 4, the Office of Fraternal Leadership and Learning (FLL) sent out a letter calling our Greek community to a “place of action.” Yet, Ole Miss...

On Wednesday morning, law enforcement and the Secret Service intercepted several suspicious packages intended for some high-ranking current and former...