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Nov 01 2023
Susheela Jayapal, a county commissioner from the Portland area and sister of Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal, announced on Wednesday, her bid for Oregon’s third congressional district. “We need a progressive champion in Washington to carry on Congressman Blumenauer's legacy, stand up to MAGA ideologues, and get things done for our community, without compromising our values. Today, I'm proud toThe Messenger
Nov 26 2023
A blast shattered the stillness of a meadow in the Ozark Mountains on an autumn afternoon. Then another, and another, and another, until the whole meadow was in flames.
Special Operations troops were training with rocket launchers again.
Each operator held a launch tube on his shoulder, a few inches from his head, then took aim and sent a rocket flying at 500 miles an hour. AndNew York Times (News)
Sep 07 2023
A deeply divided Congress returned Tuesday from a monthlong summer vacation with the clock ticking to pass spending legislation to avoid a government shutdown and boost U.S. emergency response funding following multiple natural disasters.
The U.S. government will shut down at midnight on Sept. 30 if Congress fails to pass spending legislation. While the Senate is back in session TuesdayCNBC
Dec 01 2023
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — The U.S. Department of Justice has notified the state of Tennessee it has determined the state is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by enforcing a law targeting sex workers living with HIV. An old Tennessee law considers sex workers who are HIV-positive to be violent sex offenders, punishable by up to 15 years in prison. “Tennessee’s aggravated prostitutionWLNS
Dec 01 2023
Drugmaker Novo Nordisk paid U.S. medical professionals at least $25.8 million over a decade in fees and expenses related to its weight-loss drugs, a Reuters analysis found. It concentrated that money on an elite group of obesity specialists who advocate giving its powerful and expensive drugs to tens of millions of Americans.Reuters
Nov 08 2023
Hunter Biden is "eager to have the opportunity" to testify "in a public forum," the first son's attorney said, following a subpoena from House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer. After over a years-long endeavor of building a case on members of the Biden family working as de facto foreign agents, Comer, R-Ky., on Wednesday subpoenaed Hunter, the president's brother, and Biden familyNewsmax (News)
Nov 29 2023
A military aviation accident near Japan has ended in tragedy. A U.S. Air Force V-22 Osprey crashed near Yakushima Island in southern Japan Wednesday. Initial reports said there were eight people on board the aircraft, but the Japanese Coast Guard later revised its statement to say there were six, The Washington Post reported. The Coast Guard confirmed that at least one of the crew members ofWestern Journal
Nov 27 2023
Nov 30 2023
California Governor Gavin Newsom roasted Florida Governor and Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis during opening remarks in their Fox News debate on Thursday, declaring that “neither of us will be the nominee for our party in 2024.” Following DeSantis’ comments, which took aim at Newsom’s Covid-19 record and California’s population exodus, Newsom responded: I’ll tell you why I’mMediaite
Nov 07 2023
A bipartisan vote in the House late Tuesday censured Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan for “promoting false narratives” and “calling for the destruction of the state of Israel.” The resolution to censure Tlaib was introduced on Monday by Republican Rep. Rich McCormick of Georgia following Tlaib’s repeated comments criticizing Israel for its response to terrorist attacks by Hamas on OctWestern Journal