Trump’s administration is out of touch with birth control needs

Kaylee Pierce CONTRIBUTOR President Donald Trump has allowed more employers to opt out of providing no-cost birth control to their employees. With the two new rules...

Americans lack public outcry in international tragedy

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Three hundred people in Mogadishu, Somalia are dead and hundreds more injured after the country’s deadliest bombing in years. Few people may...

Celebrate National Poppy Day to remember the fallen and support the living

By Family Features The red poppy is an internationally recognized symbol of wartime sacrifice worn to honor those who served and died for their...

Imperfect Medicaid expansion bill a vital first step

Phil Brown OPINION EDITOR Currently, it’s estimated 77,000 Nebraska citizens languish in the dreaded health care “coverage gap”: people who can’t afford high-priced private health insurance...

UNO art exhibit spotlights migrant workers

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER People rarely think about how produce gets to grocery stores. It could start with a mother waking up at 4a.m.to pick blueberries—or a...

Queen’s of the Stone Age release technically precise “Villains” album

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Villains” is a reliable effort from veteran alternative rock group Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA know their sound and any average listener...

Gun control: nothing has changed

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Last Tuesday, a man officials described as an immigrant from Uzbekistan drove a truck into a crowd of pedestrians in Manhattan, killing...

Scott Pruitt and the slow death of the EPA

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Scott Pruitt, before becoming the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), was an Oklahoma attorney general fiercely opposed to former President...