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It may still take persuasion, even for one who didn’t vote for Trump in 2016, but there’s hope.
Voters need to hear more than Biden’s responses to Trump’s latest tweet.
Maybe the coffee is better today than it was in the ‘percolator era,’ but where’s the romance in a K-cup?
The outrage over George Floyd’s death has often overshadowed concern for the treatment of Black women.
While they’re breeding — well — like rabbits in most of the U.S., disease is killing them in some states.
Ciera Graham, an Everett resident, serves as director of EvCC’s East County Campus in Monroe.
The AG’s bowdlerizing of the Mueller report was just the first in Barr’s parade of DOJ injustices.
Low turnout at his Tulsa rally should tell him what many supporters know: He needs to take this seriously.
A nearly empty arena still packed supporters shoulder-to-shoulder, unmasked and loyal to the end.
Rather than embracing real reforms, Democrats are looking only to take advantage of the division.
The public knows the White House has mishandled the pandemic and George Floyd’s murder.
The mix of guns, beer, politics and rumor could have been costly in several ways for the city.
Cowed into ignoring facts and education, they’ve opened the door to the nation’s enemies.
A UCLA professor is under fire for his response to a request to give his black students a break.
Abolishing police departments has little support, even among Democrats. And it could cost them votes.
Essentially, he has, talking up the non-organization as a threat for his followers to rally against.
The protests have been defended as ‘mostly peaceful.’ So peaceful that we can now defund the police?
Hopes for our nation may rest with a ‘Road to Damascus’ moment for Trump’s MAGA-hatted supporters.
Unwilling and incapable to unite us, Trump uses the unrest to his benefit. What’s our response?
Congress needs to extend economic stimulus support to individuals, businesses and local governments.