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Tiny homes and a bit of freedom

In the early 2000s, America was walking a dangerous line. With minimal lending standards, credit ousted cash as the new king of currency. The whole … Full story    
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Giving thanks, and safe travels

“I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual. It is surprising how contented one can be with nothing definite – … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

The grand design in Ferguson

St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch went to extraordinary lengths Monday to explain how and why a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson, Mo., … Full story    
Published:  November 26, 2014

It’s time to put Benghazi to rest

For more than two years, elements of the Republican Party have been fixated on the attack against the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya, as evidence, … Full story    
Published:  November 25, 2014

Another milestone in our space legacy

Our world has witnessed many important moments in space exploration: the unmanned flight of Sputnik I, in 1957; Neil Armstrong’s first step on the moon … Full story    
Published:  November 24, 2014

Raising a glass to the process

We don’t envy the choice facing the Nashua Board of Education, which has before it a request that non-school groups like Symphony-NH be allowed to … Full story    
Published:  November 23, 2014

Don’t get your hopes up about commuter rail service

It was a packed house at the Nashua Public Library on Thursday night, as more than 225 people turned out to learn more about of … Full story    
Published:  November 22, 2014

When laughter turns to tears

If your memories of Bill Cosby begin with the Cliff Huxtable years and NBC’s 1980s blockbuster hit “The Cosby Show,” it’s likely you can’t fully … Full story    
Published:  November 21, 2014

Will Bill O’Brien be changed man?

The next two years of New Hampshire politics got a whole lot more interesting with the selection Tuesday of Mont Vernon’s Bill O’Brien to be … Full story    
Published:  November 20, 2014

Keep the Internet playing field level

The question of whether the Federal Communications Commission should develop strict Internet neutrality rules rests on these central points: Can the nation’s most powerful broadband … Full story    
Published:  November 19, 2014

Foley case merits open discussion

Listening to Diane and John Foley speak about their son, James, the source of his courage, strength and resolve becomes apparent. It’s awe-inspiring to hear … Full story    
Published:  November 18, 2014

AG’s office served the public well

The more than 30,000 customers of Fred Fuller Oil can finally relax heading into the winter season knowing that thanks to a deal reached in … Full story    
Published:  November 17, 2014

Obamacare and The Big Kerfuffle

A big kerfuffle was raised in the past week over comments by Jonathan Gruber, one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act known as … Full story    
Published:  November 16, 2014

Whither James Pindell?

A big question for a lot of people in and around New Hampshire politics since the election has been: Where is WMUR’s political director James … Full story    
Published:  November 14, 2014

The prodigal newspaper returns to Portsmouth

As if we needed further evidence of the changing landscape for newspapers, it was announced this week that Foster’s Daily Democrat of Dover would be … Full story    
Published:  November 14, 2014

Veterans Day deserves a lot more respect than it gets

Because its roots trace back to the end of World War I, Veterans Day is always celebrated on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, … Full story    
Published:  November 14, 2014

China spreads its wings on trade

This week’s Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Beijing shows that Supreme Leader Xi Jinping was serious when he promised in January to become “proactive” … Full story    
Published:  November 14, 2014

An opportunity for rebranding

President Barack Obama has a grand opportunity staring him in the face, and Republicans do, too. The issue is whether they can get past their … Full story    
Published:  November 13, 2014

Fuller announcement no great surprise

The announcement Monday that Fred Fuller Oil and Propane Co. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy was no surprise: It’s been obvious since delivery problems … Full story    
Published:  November 12, 2014

The opportunities veterans afford us

Two events of the past week underscore the importance of the men and women who proudly volunteer to be members of America’s armed services. One … Full story    
Published:  November 11, 2014

A matter of life and chosen death

The issue of physician-assisted suicide has come a long way since the days when Dr. Jack Kevorkian was the face of the American right-to-die movement … Full story    
Published:  November 10, 2014

Voters have no patience for obstructionism

First and foremost, Tuesday’s election results were a repudiation of President Barack Obama’s performance. The unified Republican strategy to pin Democrat congressional candidates as toadies … Full story    
Published:  November 9, 2014

Verizon breaks faith with customers

Verizon Wireless, the country’s most popular mobile phone operator, has been quietly inserting into its customers’ Web browsing sessions an identifier unique to each device … Full story    
Published:  November 7, 2014

Which party does the GOP want to be?

The single dumbest election night comment undoubtedly came from Sen. Harry Reid. “The message from voters is clear: They want us to work together,” the … Full story    
Published:  November 6, 2014

The politics of the Ebola scare

Now that the dust has settled a bit on the Ebola panic of 2014, it’s instructive to stand back from the misinformation and examine the … Full story    
Published:  November 5, 2014

Be heard on rail at Nov. 20 hearing

In the lead-up to today’s election, the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce conducted a series of informative candidate forums during which chamber president and CEO … Full story    
Published:  November 4, 2014

You can decide whether to vote

If New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner is right, and no one can remember the last time he was wrong, 464,000 New Hampshire voters … Full story    
Published:  November 3, 2014

Recapping our endorsements

In determining our candidate endorsements for Tuesday’s election, The Telegraph set as its guiding principle bipartisanship. We endorsed the candidates we believe are the most … Full story    
Published:  November 2, 2014

Harrassment and bullying require vigilance

Even the most seasoned coaches of youth sports should not think their programs beyond the scourge of hazing. It is important to remain vigilant, so … Full story    
Published:  October 31, 2014

Diane Sheehan for Executive Council

While the U.S. Senate race between Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Scott Brown has dominated the state’s political dialogue over the past several months, the District … Full story    
Published:  October 30, 2014