Opinion: The key thing to understand is that fairness is not about the outcomes, it is about the process whereby the outcomes are achieved.
Episode 6: We ask a physician whether challenge trials — intentionally exposing people to the virus — would have sped up vaccine development a…
Forrest Hartley's weekly column.
When I was a kid, I was a boneheaded Bible thumper. I traveled around with a group, singing and putting on shows for church groups and for who…
The toxic racism that has poisoned our culture since the country's founding was on display again at the Capitol riot.
Opinion: For decades we have told our youth to “stay true to yourself” and “stick up for what you believe,” as if there were some virtue in st…
Episode 5: We also discuss whether the Republican Party would be in a stronger place today had Hillary Clinton defeated Donald Trump in 2016.
Heart attacks are common, and they can be fatal. Every minute is critical, and the team at Glens Falls Hospital is dedicated to providing crit…
While watching the incredible scenes from the U.S. Capitol this week, it was hard not to think about Josh. No, not Josh Hawley. Josh Williams.
Criticizing the things people have done to contribute to their own deaths is rude and wrong.
When I turned 60, I made up my mind to go a little modern.
In Louisiana, House Republican candidate Luke Letlow won his runoff race by praising Trump at maskless rallies. Then he died of COVID-19.
Episode 4: Other topics include whether politicians should be at the front of the line for vaccines and a new program in Florida that encourag…
"Will a culture of accusation, threat and retribution make our nation better? How is that working out so far?"
The death of a well-known local woman from COVID-19 should serve as a warning to everyone to be extra careful.
I think we can all agree it has been a pretty crappy 2020.
This time of year, I really don’t like to be in the cold for the hours it takes to milk.
A blast from the past in the color of gray.