Editorial: Enacting global progress as a global leader

President Obama finished a weekend-long trip to Kenya on Sunday, where he truly embodied his role not only as the president of the United States but also a world leader on a truly global scale.

Elliot: Foraying into the mayo wars

In a world full of climate change, the ISIS-Iran bond, and the looming specter of Donald Trump morphing into Ross Perot circa 1992, it comes as little surprise that a lawsuit in Indiana contends that defenders of equal marriage rights are the true bigots.

Sanchez: More guns, more problems

On July 23, a gunman walked into a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, and opened fire. The shooter, identified as John Houser, killed two women and injured nine others before taking his own life.

Fisher: Heroin or hero?

Joaquín Guzmán — better known as cartel kingpin “El Chapo” — is the first person to be given the title “Public Enemy No. 1” since the legendary Al Capone. Surprisingly, he’s also been known to be a peacemaker and to help the disadvantaged in his home state of Sinaloa, Mexico.

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