Attorney General Mark R. Herring, seeking reelection, and Del. Hala S. Ayala for lieutenant governor are Virginia's best choices this election cycle.
Florida has a new state surgeon general today, and I'm sure everybody is itching to know who Gov. Ron DeSantis—the man who devoted himself to attacking pandemic safety measures as a means of furthering his political ambitions in the party of Trump-addled anti-maskers, vaccine conspiracy theorists, and mass death enthusiasts—has chosen to replace the outgoing surgeon general that none of you have ever heard of. DeSantis sidelined him so aggressively during the pandemic the poor man was in danger...
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Overshadowed by Baby Boomers and Millennials, should Generation X have high hopes now that all Canadian party leaders were born between 1965 and 1980? Yeah, sort of, whatever.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a confirmation hearing Tuesday for Elizabeth Prelogar, who is President Biden's pick for Solicitor General. Mrs. Prelogar has been serving as the Justice Department’s fourth-ranked lawyer in an acting capacity since January, during which time she has argued two cases before the high court. Sen.
Election officials continue to count more than 3,000 special ballots that will decide a tight race in Charleswood-St. James-Headingley-Assiniboia.
New York Attorney General Letitia James, whose sexual harassment report sunk Andrew Cuomo, is not ruling out a run for governor next year.
Things like advanced voting and federally-run elections make it easier for Canadians to vote.
Terrible news for wild birds in France: President Emmanuel Macron has just re-authorised horrific bird trapping practices which only have their place in history books. BirdLife’s French Partner, LPO, reports.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg about this year's UNGA, especially on military involvement in Afghanistan and the deal that has challenged relations with France.