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Has supply chain issues, employee shortages reshuffled U.S. immigration priorities?

The global Covid-19 pandemic produced more than physical and emotional illness, suffering, and death over the last two ...

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Bill Spell was at the center of Mississippi’s most sordid, bizarre political campaign

William E. “Bill” Spell, who died Oct. 12 at age 96, was the last major figure in what ...

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Soaring gas prices illustrate why GOP expect gains in the 2022 midterm elections

Over the last 30 years, the highest U.S. gas prices were recorded at $4.114 per gallon by the ...

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Luckett was a true Renaissance man who had a strong desire to serve Mississippi

William O. “Bill” Luckett Jr. was a man with an extensive and surprising list of gifts and talents. ...

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Can Mississippi farmers navigate the path of ‘strategic ambiguity’ in China policy?

President Joseph Biden’s recent rhetoric that suggested the U.S. would defend Taiwan from attack by the People’s Republic ...

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Mississippi abortion case seen as litmus test of Supreme Court in post-Ginsburg era

Both pro-life and pro-choice Americans focus on a Mississippi abortion rights case that will be the first such ...

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Why I Support the ABLE Age Adjustment Act

Throughout August (also known as ABLE to Save Month), my team and I have hit the pavement to ...

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State, Ole Miss dominated the SEC baseball, basketball and football from 1959-1966

University of Southern Mississippi Professor Emeritus James Crockett, now an adjunct professor of accountancy at the University of ...

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Like the rest of the nation, state’s Death Row population declines the last 20 years 

Mississippi hasn’t executed a Death Row inmate since former grocery store butcher Gary Carl Simmons Jr. was executed ...

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Did I wait too long to save for my child’s college education?

By the time your child is nine years old, they are halfway to college. As the father of ...

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