An uneasiness about the future of the United States grips most Americans. Over 70 percent agree that the nation is headed in the wrong direction.
The New Hampshire housing market is in tougher shape than most of the country. Consider that a healthy inventory of homes for sale is 5 to 6 months’ worth of supply – meaning if no more homes came on the market, the existing stock would be sold within six months.
“I’ve heard the word ‘diversity’ quite a few times,” began United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, “and I don’t have a clue what it means. It seems to mean everything for everyone.”
Furbearing predators are probably the most important wild animals in New Hampshire. They play a crucial role and are an integral part in the dynamic balance and functioning of our natural ecosystems.
The ruling by federal district judge Matthew Kacsmaryk of Texas suspending the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of mifepristone, one of two medications used in medication abortion in the United States, began another round of assaults on reproductive health and rights.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation has been mucking about under our bridge again.
This spring has seen a series of news stories about the damage and loss of commercial peach crops.
All but one sample tested positive for the ubiquitous “forever chemicals” known as PFOS, or PFAS, substances used in nonstick cookware, firefighting foam, water-proofing sprays, and plastics.
There is no shortage of articles about the benefits, concerns, and opportunities that artificial intelligence, or AI, presents to the future of civilization.
In 2021, the Legislature enacted a phaseout plan for the Interest and Dividends Tax, which is collected from a percentage of income generated by wealth, that would eliminate the tax by 2027.