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Sep 25 2023
Climate change is taking its toll on rural workers and not just by making it hotter.
But while the threats are many, there is little legislation to protect them, officials said. In some states, legislators are even pulling back rules and ordinances designed to help employees who work outside.
On July 27, President Joe Biden said his administration would be taking steps to bolsterThe Daily Yonder
Sep 22 2023
Rupert Murdoch, who announced Wednesday he was stepping back from his role as chair of Fox and News Corp, leaves a bigger imprint on American politics than the vast majority of people who have held elected office. Whether that impact has been for the good or for bad depends on the politics of the person making the judgement. But the sheer scale of Murdoch’s influence is not in question —The Hill
Sep 27 2023
A U.S. district court ruled Wednesday to temporarily halt the enforcement of a Montana law that would have banned sex-change medical procedures for minors, according to the Associated Press. Senate bill 99 was signed into law by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte in April and was set to take effect on Oct. 1 until the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Montana filed a lawsuit with theWND
Sep 27 2023
A U.S. district court ruled Wednesday to temporarily halt the enforcement of a Montana law that would have banned sex-change medical procedures for minors, according to The Associated Press. Senate bill 99 was signed into law by Republican Gov. Greg Gianforte in April and was set to take effect on Oct. 1 until the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Montana filed a lawsuit with theThe Daily Caller
Sep 29 2023
The U.S. West Coast produces over 90% of America’s wine, but the region is also prone to wildfires — a combustible combination that spelled disaster for the industry in 2020 and one that scientists are scrambling to neutralize.
Sample a good wine and you might get notes of oak or red fruit. But sip on wine made from grapes that were penetrated by smoke, and it could taste like someoneAssociated Press
Sep 26 2023
Black Americans say news coverage about Black people is often more negative than news about other residents, and few are optimistic that will change soon, a new survey finds.
Why it matters: Media outlets vowed to hire more diverse staff after the murder of George Floyd, but three years later, those commitments have done little to transform Black Americans' perceptions of news media.Axios
Sep 20 2023
The editorial board of The Washington Post is criticizing a change to the Senate rules on dress code implemented this week allowing lawmakers to dress down in the upper chamber. “Dressing formally conveys respect for the sanctity of the institution and for the real-world impact of the policies it advances,” the newspaper wrote in an editorial published on Tuesday. “Putting on a suit creates anThe Hill
Sep 28 2023
TORONTO — The Wednesday afternoon conversation with Aaron Judge began with a little soccer talk. The Yankees captain knew the NJ Advance Media baseball writer standing at his locker supports the same English Premier League club as teammate Kyle Higashioka, so he asked: “You following Liverpool today? They’re playing Leicester City in the Carabao Cup.” Who’s his team? Does he have one? “I’m newNJ.com News
Jun 05 2023
President Joe Biden is going to need to replicate his 2020 success with several key voting blocs in order to be elected to a second term. However, he may struggle to do so.
Young, Hispanic, and working-class voters are important for the president's reelection chances but also could be his undoing if the lack of enthusiasm among these voting blocs continues.Washington Examiner
Sep 18 2023
I suppose we should have seen this coming, right? John Fetterman continues to attract all of the wrong sort of attention and now he’s found himself at the center of a brief debate inside of the Senate leadership. He has his bad days, of course, when his cognitive issues make it nearly impossible to understand what he’s saying. But he also has a tendency to show up dressed in a hoodie andHotAir