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Last week, China’s Shekou Museum of Reform and Opening was reopened to the public after closing for two months to undergo renovations. The state-run museum, which commemorates China’s vast economic reforms that transformed the country into a global economic powerhouse, originally greeted visitors at its...

On Aug. 21, President Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen pled guilty to five counts of personal income tax evasion on over $4 million, one count of...

On Aug. 9, the Oxford Lafayette Humane Society announced it would not be renewing its management agreement with the city of Oxford and would be closing...

The Aug. 23 column by Will Hall titled, “On the mascot issue: Ole Miss jumped the Shark” struck me as worthy of rebuttal. Let me start with a disclaimer:...

Two weeks ago, Ole Miss Athletics unveiled the official design for the university’s long-awaited new mascot, Landshark Tony. Upon Tony’s reveal, media...

On Jan. 6 of last year, noted political commentator and podcaster Dave Rubin and his friend, economist Eric Weinstein, met in Rubin’s home studio. They...

Referred to as “the biggest trade war in economic history,” the trade war between China and the United States is shaping up to be as real as the critics...

Three executive orders, including two that were adjusted. Nine injunctions. Two United States Supreme Court cases. Those are the numbers behind the litigation...

From my personal experiences living here for the past four years, Oxford is one of the safest towns in the state. There have been very few instances where...

The United States’ announcement to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council dismissing it as both a “cesspool of political bias” for...