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Oct 22 2016
“Trump’s best hope,” writes Quinnipiac assistant director Peter Brown, “is a knockout win in the last debate Wednesday evening, his last shot at a national audience.” The latest battleground-state polling from Quinnipiac bears out that analysis. In four key states, independent voters have shifted support in significant numbers to Hillary Clinton, leaving Donald Trump trailing in three statesHotAir
Apr 22 2020
To Understand the Medical Supply Shortage, It Helps to Know How the U.S. Lost the Lithium Ion Battery to China
With so many critical health care products now made offshore that supplies could not meet surging demand as the coronavirus overwhelmed hospitals, America’s attention has again turned to the atrophied state of domestic manufacturing.
As imports from Chinese manufacturers vaporized and other countries clamped down on exports, health care workers improvised with homemade face masks whileProPublica
Mar 18 2013
Walking up to crowds shaking hands with surprised bystanders in the street mixing his formal speeches with off-the-cuff remarks Pope Francis stamped his own style on the papacy Sunday. His humor and down-to-earth manner captivated those filling St. Peters Square in Rome to overflowing.The Blaze
Apr 21 2015
Team Clinton Sends Former Obama White House Advisor John Podesta to Hillary's Defense on Foreign Donations
As Americans, DC insiders and political operatives anxiously wait for the May 5 release of investigative journalist Peter Schweizer's new book, Clinton Cash, Team Clinton is sending long-time ally, Clinton 2016 Chair and former Obama White House advisor John Podesta to her defense. Podesta also served as chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton.Townhall
May 03 2014
A new report out from Avalere Health estimates the success of Obamacare exchanges by state enrollments. The bottom line: Obamacare's sign-up success largely depends on where you live. Some states are doing great when it comes to signing people up for Obamacare. Some... not so much:
As Peter Suderman reports:Townhall
Apr 01 2020
Idaho is facing a pair of lawsuits after its governor signed two of the nation’s harshest anti-transgender bills into law.
On Monday, Republican Gov. Brad Little approved two bills that had been met with widespread opposition. House Bill 500 bans transgender girls from playing on school sports teams in alignment with their gender identity, while House Bill 509 blocks trans people fromVice
Feb 24 2021
If you still think Democrats still think ex-President Donald Trump’s speech incited the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, you aren’t paying attention. The claim was impeachment bait that expired when the former president was acquitted.
Ever since, Dems have been shifting toward another politically convenient bogeyman. Their latest claim is that there was nothing spontaneous about the riot, that itMichael Goodwin
May 24 2021
In early June, Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Guatemala on a new assignment to help Central America reduce the flow of migrants to the United States. A prime focus of the visit will be helping the region adapt to what she calls “extreme climate incidents,” such as back-to-back hurricanes last year that affected nearly 9 million people. On that score, her work is part of a globalChristian Science Monitor
Oct 10 2020
Citing safety concerns, a Minnesota judge on Friday issued new conditions of release for an ex-Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd that would allow him to live in a neighboring state while he awaits trial.
Derek Chauvin posted $1 million bond on Wednesday and was allowed to walk free from the maximum security state prison where he had been held for his safetyHuffPost
Mar 29 2021
Many of the House’s most vulnerable Democrats won’t know for several months if their seats will be winnable next year. And for some, a once-daunting statewide run just got a lot more appealing.
So far, a half-dozen Democrats who could face some of the toughest redistricting prospects have floated bids for Senate or governor — all in states where Republicans have the ability to doomPolitico