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Apr 13 2023
Across the political spectrum, news sources and pundits have shown concern that Twitter has censored links to Substack, a popular platform among independent writers.
On April 7, Twitter users started to notice that Twitter was marking tweets with Substack links as unsafe. It also began to disable likes, replies, and retweets for tweets with Substack links. Twitter users are speculatingClare Ashcraft
Sep 19 2023
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said Tuesday Azerbaijan started a "ground operation" in Armenian-populated Nagorno-Karabakh but his army was not involved in fighting and the situation on the border was "stable".
"Azerbaijan has begun a ground operation aimed at ethnic cleaning of Karabakh Armenians," Pashinyan said in a TV address. "I declare that Armenia is not involved inBarron's
Nov 15 2012
In the great tax and budget showdown taking shape in Washington, most of the attention is focused on President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner: Can the Democratic president and the Republican leader of the House figure out a way to get together on a deal that prevents a dive off that fiscal cliff of big tax increases and spending cuts at years end?Wall Street Journal (News)
Sep 29 2023
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The Detroit Lions (3-1) continued to look like a potential NFC contender during their 34-20 win over the Green Bay Packers (2-2) on Thursday Night Football from Lambeau Field. This post will run through MLive Lions beat writer Ben Raven’s grades from the game: Quarterbacks: Jared Goff had one of those nights where he did everything he needed to put the Lions in a position toMLive.com
Dec 01 2022
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said Thursday that she and Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., had found common ground in the potential rail worker strike that has concerned many across the nation.
"A rarity," she said in reference to a tweet from the Florida Republican earlier this week in which he said he would object to a deal that does not reflect the wishes of the workers.
Feb 02 2023
President Joe Biden and Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy held initial talks on Wednesday about raising U.S. government borrowing limits in a first test of how the two will work together, with both sides agreeing to talk more.
The White House said after the meeting that Biden told McCarthy he was eager to work with Republicans "in good faith." McCarthy said the two men could findReuters
Sep 20 2023
Republicans in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania suffered losses in House special elections, putting the party's majority in one of the statehouses in danger. New Hampshire Democrat Hal Rafter defeated Republican James Guzofski in the special election in Rockingham County District 1 on Tuesday, flipping a seat held by a Republican who resigned in April. The loss on Tuesday night, combined withWashington Examiner
Oct 24 2019
Turn on any cable news channel and you'll likely hear talk about the divisiveness of our politics, and there are numbers to back that up. Only 38 percent of Americans say the United States is heading in the right direction, and an annual poll tracking discourse shows 93 percent say America has a civility problem. As discouraging as these numbers seem, the tide may be turning. A recent pollThe Fulcrum
Oct 26 2022
An alliance is forming in some communities across the country between Muslim American parents and conservative groups over what they see as leftist, woke politicization of America's schools.
Muslim Americans have increasingly begun showing up at school boards from Minnesota to Virginia to excoriate education officials for embracing woke priorities, including critical race theory, andFox News (Online News)