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Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics. more
Michigan Democrats are acknowledging political damage for President Joe Biden’s reelection prospects with Muslim Americans in their state. But they're also wondering whether those voters would … more
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, was indicted in the Central District of California Thursday. more
Gov. Maura Healey nominated state Solicitor Elizabeth “Bessie” Dewar to serve on the state’s highest court Friday, clearing one of two Supreme Judicial Court picks the governor was handed this … more
Read Hunter Biden's indictment in California on federal tax charges here. more
Judge Procaccini suggested the state's top prosuector had made "unprofessional, unethical and false statements." more
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) -- A bill making its way through the state legislature would help formerly incarcerated people secure housing. House Bill 50 would create a process for people with criminal … more
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An old record, Patriots ticket troubles, and Noah Kahan's favorite season all turn up in this week's news quiz. The post Did you follow the local news this week? Take our Greater Boston news quiz. … more
Rep. Brandon Williams, who represents a battleground seat, says his altercation stemmed from a threat to expose his daughter's OnlyFans account. more
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey illustrates the tricky case faced by the Colorado Supreme Court on whether Trump appears on the ballot. more
By Antonio Ray Harvey | California Black Media (CBM) – On Nov. 28, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the appointment of Tomiquia Moss as Secretary of the Business, Consumer Services and Housing … more
In "What'd I Miss?" an Indigenous "two-spirit" person explains the changing identity landscape — and the legal fight against a Montana law that defines sex as "binary." more
By Tanu Henry and Joe W. Bowers Jr. | California Black Media Rep. Barbara Lee Marks World AIDS Day With Critical Plea to Congressional Colleagues (CBM) – Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA-12) marked … more
Demands for genocide are… nuanced, you see. Hate speech involves context, to use their new favorite word. For example, fataphobia, whatever that is, is violence. But “Globalize the intifada,” … more
By Roger House | Word In Black (WIB) – The campaign of Maryland’s Angela Alsobrooks for the U.S. Senate may be the most consequential election facing Black Democrats in 2024. That’s … more
A special election will be held on March 5 to fill the House seat that opened up when Peter Durant joined the Senate last week. The 6th Worcester district special election will be held alongside the … more
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee was elected to serve as the next chair of the Republican Governors Association (RGA). The article Tennessee Governor Bill Elected Chair of the Republicans Governors … more
Kimberly Salas announced her candidacy this morning in the neighborhood she lived in for 43 years. more
Chad West says Dallas is following in the footsteps of the West Coast, and even the East Coast to some extent.          more
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