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“This has happened, and my intention is to come here every day I can,” the conservative talk show host told his listeners on Monday. He said the diagnosis was confirmed by two medical institutions.
A suit has been filed in the Ohio Supreme Court by families who are affected by the legislature’s recently imposed 60-day moratorium on vouchers for the state’s EdChoice private school program. The President of Citizens for Community Values, Aaron Baer, says he represents parents and private schools who have been harmed by the law pushing… Read More
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is the favorite heading into the caucuses, but polls have shown a tightly jumbled race at the top. Here are key questions and answers about Monday night.
On a Monday night, a week before the Iowa caucuses, about 20 residents gathered at the Norelius library in Denison, Iowa, for a mock caucus. Latina activist Alma Puga, the organizer, called the caucuses the “Disneyland of politics.” Rather than caucusing for candidates, it’s food: egg rolls, pepperoni pizza, homemade ceviche and carne asada tacos… Read More