Letters to the Editor

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Letters to the Editor

Letter: Trump is unfit for office

Is President Trump going to become a more logically centered man while in office? Is he the kind of president who has the temperament to lead and inspire a nation? Those are the questions I, myself a reader, ask whenever I read more about this individual.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Republicans, prepare to reap what you have sowed

Based on words and actions, it is clear our irresponsible divider-in-chief thinks only of himself and immediate family. No morals, ethics or class and a chronic liar — terrible! President Trump behaves like a spoiled, third-grade bully brat. He started the farcical birther movement, and what is hiding in his tax returns? The list goes on and on. Absolutely not someone we can trust with our long-fought freedoms or nuclear weapons.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Super Bowl should not be decided by a coin toss

How disappointing to have Super Bowl LI decided with a coin toss. It was an exciting game and a great comeback. However, with the current overtime rules, Atlanta never had a chance to get the ball in overtime. They played great, but lost the overtime coin toss. If Atlanta had won the coin toss and scored a touchdown, it would not have been fair to New England. Both of these teams deserve something better.

Videos

The National Zoo says final goodbye to Bao Bao the panda cub

The Smithsonian National Zoo said its final farewell to its panda cub Bao Bao on Tuesday. The zoo packed up the American-born panda, who is being sent to China, where the 3-year-old cub will eventually join a breeding program. She left the zoo in a special crate and will be traveling on a 16-hour, nonstop flight with a keeper and veterinarian.
Associated Press
The National Zoo says final goodbye to Bao Bao the panda cub 1:21

The National Zoo says final goodbye to Bao Bao the panda cub

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Surgeon surprised when a coyote followed him into work

VIDEO: Aerial view of damage to Oroville Dam's main spillway 1:39

VIDEO: Aerial view of damage to Oroville Dam's main spillway

Sinkhole swallows two cars with passengers inside near Los Angeles 1:09

Sinkhole swallows two cars with passengers inside near Los Angeles