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Recent editorials from Idaho newspapers: Idaho lawmakers prefer potholes over pupils April 1 The Lewiston Tribune Former Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter was prescient when he warned lawmakers against raiding the source of money for Idaho’s schools to pay for highways. For proof, look no further than the state’s latest
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Thomas L. Jipping Filibuster, United States President Joe Biden apparently rejects Senator Biden’s position. When President Joe Biden addressed the filibuster during his first press conference on March 25, most of what he said was either factually wrong or seriously misleading. Both the Senate and House must end debate on a bill before it can vote on passage. In the House, the same number of votes—a simple majority—can do both. In the Senate, Rule 22 provides a two-step process for invoking...
President Joe Biden slammed a new law in Georgia that changed the state's election requirements, calling it a "blatant attack on the Constitution" and “nothing but punitive.”
The D.C. statehood movement coming back with stronger support, and New York City ending qualified immunity for NYPD officers, are discussed by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser in conversation with Jonathan Capehart.
A judge ordered Kenneth Harrelson, indicted in the Oath Keepers conspiracy, to stay in jail after finding “strong evidence” that he posed a danger to the community.
A significant conflict between the U.S. and China in East Asia is still unlikely but it can no longer be ruled out as an implausible tail risk. Companies need to start considering what that could mean.
According to Health and Human Services, the federal government is detaining more than 20,000 unaccompanied migrant children nationwide. To accommodate the latest surge, HHS opened 13 new detention facilities since March 1 and are designed to house the children until sponsors receive them.
“Safe streets” advocates are lining up behind a state traffic-camera proposal and drumming up support for car-slowing measures on city streets.
The works in “Portals and Memories” — up now at City Gallery on Upper State Street through April 25 — are, on one level, simply the latest series of paintings by artist Joyce Greenfield, done in the past two-and-a-half months. On another level, however, they represent a breakthrough, for Greenfield, to a new way of making art.
The timeline for vaccinating all willing adults varies greatly from state to state and health officials' concerns about a new surge are growing.
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"Republicans' insistence that the most profitable companies in the world shouldn't contribute a single penny to investments in roads, schools, and our clean-energy future is simply not acceptable."
Iced Earth guitarist Jon Schaffer is expected to cooperate with prosecutors and admit to obstructing Congress.
Cameron SmithCity officials are trying to figure out how a single Quebec City gym that refused to obey lockdown orders could have been linked to the infection of at least 580 people including one 40-year-old man who died after contracting COVID.Health authorities told CBC that the Mega Fitness Gym had broken at least three public health orders before it was forced to shut down on March 31, just as the city was placed under another lockdown amid surging infection rates. The outbreak has prompted...
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COVID much deadlier in Brazil than India and no one knows why
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY (URGENT, TV, PIX):Merkel says lockdowns, curfews vital to break Germany's third wave
Porsche buyers are flocking in droves to the brand’s Taycan sedan, with sales of the all-electric model almost matching those of the iconic 911 sports car.
AstraZeneca was interested in joining forces to investigate the safety issue and communicate vaccine benefits and risks, but Pfizer and Moderna didn’t see the need for group action.