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- ● Elections in Brazil: Conservative Jair Bolsonaro Leads the Way – President Trump Sends Support to His Brazilian AllyGeneral elections are taking place in Brazil. The country’s current president, conservative Jair Bolsonaro, is leading the polls by a small margin against former socialist President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Today Brazilians will vote... Read more »
- ● Biden the Bully Delivers Warning to GOP: “Know I’m Being Banged Up by the Republicans, But Uh, Come Bring it On” (VIDEO)Joe Biden Saturday evening delivered remarks at the 2022 Phoenix awards dinner. Dr. Jill and Kamala Harris’ husband Doug Emhoff joined Joe Biden at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in DC Saturday night. Biden’s speech... Read more »
- ● Missouri Middle School Teacher Facing Charges for Grooming and Raping Students Found Dead in County JailA Missouri middle school teacher who was facing charges for allegedly grooming and raping students has been found dead in his jail cell under “mysterious circumstances.” Substitute teacher Brandon Holbrook, 30, was found unresponsive in his... Read more »
- ● Trump Mocks ‘Waste of Time, No Talent’ Trevor Noah Amid News That He’s Losing His ShowTrevor Noah has announced that he is leaving the Daily Show, which has struggled to maintain even a fraction of the viewers that it had when it was hosted by Jon Stewart. The reason for Noah’s... Read more »
- Rings of Power Rebounds Big-Time with an Explosive EpisodeThis week’s episode was exciting, dramatic, and engaging. Now it’s time to see if Season One can stick the landing.... Read more »
- House passes bipartisan bill to help states rein in Big TechThe U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would give states and federal regulators more power in Big Tech lawsuits. Support for the bill, while not overwhelming, is bipartisan, as Democrats and Republicans weigh in... Read more »
- New union law elevates farmworkers' voices in CaliforniaCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom signed a measure Wednesday that allows farmworkers to vote by mail in union elections. The new law follows weeks of marches and rallies from farmworkers who risked their jobs to push for... Read more »
- Why the Republican Party’s future may be decided in ArizonaWill the Republican party follow Barry Goldwater or Donald Trump? In Arizona, a GOP divide offers insights to the party’s future.... Read more »
- New York is suing Donald Trump for fraud. Three questions.Where does a country draw a line between launching investigations for political motives and ensuring that the rule of law applies to every citizen, even the powerful?... Read more »
- With buses and planes, GOP governors put border crisis in spotlightDecried by Democrats for using migrants as political pawns, Republicans say they want Northern cities to get a taste of what border towns are facing.... Read more »
- Court lifts hold on classified Trump papers, now free for scrutinyJudges from an appeals court in Atlanta lifted a hold on the classified documents seized by federal agents from the former president’s Mar-a-Lago estate. Investigators can now use the documents to determine whether Mr. Trump should... Read more »
- Battles over Western water seep into tight US Senate racesAs cities in Arizona and Nevada continue to experience drought, water supply is playing a significant role in U.S. Senate races. Democratic incumbents up for reelection hope that federal drought-relief funding will help at the ballot... Read more »
- New York attorney general sues Trump and company, alleges fraudNew York Attorney General Letitia James is suing Donald Trump and his company for engaging in various forms of fraud. Among other possible penalties, Ms. James is seeking to bar Mr. Trump and his three adult... Read more »
- The Supreme Court case that could reshape US electionsWhat’s the best way to run free and fair elections? Proponents of one legal theory say state legislatures should have that power, unchecked by courts, governors, or state constitutions. Critics say there is no historical precedent... Read more »
- Massachusetts women on track to make electoral history this fallIn Massachusetts, a state which has lagged in electing female candidates, women lead races for governor and attorney general. This fall could shape up to be a historic year in the state, with five of six... Read more »
- US Southern Republican governors transport more migrants northRepublican governors have been sending migrants to cities such as Washington D.C., New York, and Chicago to show their opposition to Biden administration border policies. Two flights arrived in Martha’s Vineyard on Sept. 14, paid for... Read more »
- Behind a coal mine strike: Who cares for workers in a fading industry?Coal miners have been on strike for 18 months in Alabama. Their struggle points to the wider search for a “just transition” for an industry squeezed by energy trends and the fight against climate change.... Read more »
- Win for Wisconsin voters with disabilities, other states persistA federal judge in Wisconsin ruled that voters with disabilities may receive support in returning their mail-in ballots. In other states, obtaining adequate protection for these voters is still an issue, but advocacy groups are working... Read more »
- Railway labor strike averted with tentative deal made by BidenAmtrak is rescheduling canceled trains after railroad workers reached a tentative union deal that would ensure better benefits and working conditions. President Joe Biden announced the deal Sept. 15, saying it will keep the “critical rail... Read more »