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Rumors are a problem, but intentional disinformation can raise havoc with democratic institutions.
Even his backers quietly admit they wish he would stop because his tweets are driving away support.
Now when it’s clear even to him he can’t win, he seeks to delay the election and discourage voters.
An unemployed hospitality worker reflects on what the bonus meant for her budget and her sanity.
The county health district no longer provides the list to The Herald; but it’s misinterpreting the law.
I am writing in regard to the recent article published in The Herald detailing the proposed housing development on Norton Playfield (“With neighbor input Housing… Continue reading
I’m writing in response to the Herald articles regarding Benjamin Hanson, who was falsely arrested at the July 17 “Blue Lives Matter” rally, by a… Continue reading
I was rather astonished The Herald published Gregory Kovsky’s commentary (“For sake of all, move on with state’s phased reopening,” The Herald, July 26). With… Continue reading
Our public schools were created in opposition to the private academies that fostered aristocracy.
Even though most are operating again, the hit from the shutdown to jobs and revenue continues.
His response to the deaths of 1,000 people a day — ‘it is what it is’ — is an admission of defeat.