The next draw is on Saturday
A spacious house built in 1999 located in the 20300 block of Via Santa Teresa in San Jose has new owners.
A political newcomer who lost his bid for the New Mexico Statehouse has been indicted on charges of allegedly orchestrating a series of drive-by shootings at the homes of Democratic officials
This is the second verdict in three months for Northern Light Health, which owns 10 hospitals in Maine, that has resulted in a multi-million dollar damage award.
Calgary Nose Hill MP Michele Rempel Garner said it appears the government was not on top of its expenses associated with the program
Republicans didn’t get the big red wave they expected in November’s elections, thanks to voter anger over harsh abortion bans. So how are Republicans going to do better in 2024? By embracing harsh abortion bans, if the Republican National Committee has anything to say about it. That’s the party’s official position as laid out at length in a resolution passed by the RNC on Monday. See, the problem is that Republicans didn’t talk about abortion enough in 2022. “Instead of fighting back and...
Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed former TN5 GOP candidate Baxter Lee to comment on the Nashville mayoral candidates and recent endorsement by the Fraternal Order of Police of incumbent John Cooper. The article Former TN-5 Candidate Baxter Lee Handicaps Nashville Mayoral Candidates appeared first on Tennessee Star.
Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed former TN5 GOP candidate Baxter Lee to comment on the Nashville mayoral candidates and recent endorsement by the Fraternal Order of Police of incumbent John Cooper. The article Former TN-5 Candidate Baxter Lee Comments on Nashville Mayoral Candidates appeared first on Tennessee Star.
While this 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' season led to many revelations, Jen Shah's trial gave fans even more cringey moments to digest.
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe asks economist Betsey Stevenson about the state of the economy and if Democrats should compromise with Republicans on cuts to entitlements.
Inflation may finally be starting to wane, but there is no clear end in sight to the economic turmoil that Americans have experienced for nearly three years. In a recent survey, more than two-thirds of economists predicted a recession in 2023. Layoffs would follow. A common thread runs through these economic issues: scarcity.
Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has laid out his priorities to the Republican-controlled Legislature twice in the past month, first in his inaugural address and in more detail this week in his State of the State speech