What could I possibly add to what has already been said about my father, Senator Mark Hatfield? So many introductions, so much accolade, hundreds of honors, countless speeches, ground breaking ceremonies, political campaigns, articles and books.
The way we eat seems to be in constant flux: eat no meat, eat lots of meat, everyone has their opinion. But when a family that actually raises sheep ...
A faithful Baptist who loved the Lord, you could not find a more committed follower of Christ. He spoke often of his faith but was also critical of those who tried to turn faith into something purely political.
We asked dessert experts to recommend their favorite eco-friendly ice cream, so you can cool your palate and the planet at the same time.
The FCC has leveled the playing field and the Courts have upheld their authority. Now it's time for the FCC to actually enforce its own ruling
We understand Congress is addicted to the military dollars spent in every Congressional district, but an economy built on death and destruction does not create a thriving community.
Freada and Christina opened their hearts, homes and bank accounts to ensure hundreds of deserving students of color could receive the education that opens doors to success in the new Innovation Economy.
A recent Oregon pinot event featured three blind tastings that highlighted the various elements that come into play while forming the character of each wine: site, vintage and winemaking techniques.
Farlow describes herself as a "documentary photographer." Her work, she says, is completely dependent on others and the story she gets from them.
By Carol Smaldino, CSW In the wake of the shattering disasters of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear melt downs in Japan, news reports of the devastatio...
Boston University could not have produced two more different journalists than my friends Joe Nocera and Samantha Swindler.
Historically, end-of-life choice has suffered at the hands of politicians. The people's simple yearning for freedom and control at the end of life has been no match for the heavy hand of politicians.
According to Mark Zandi, who advised John McCain's presidential campaign and who now works at the non-partisan Moody's Analytics, the GOP's proposed budget cuts will destroy 700,000 American jobs.
Rallies were held at state capitols in all fifty states on Saturday, bringing out hundreds of thousands of Americans to stand in solidarity with workers in Wisconsin.
Responding to an unfilled need for credit, three states in the last month -- Oregon, Washington and Maryland -- have introduced bills for state-owned banks.