September 5th, 2023

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Ex-Biden aide wins Democratic nod in Rhode Island primary


Former White House aide Gabe Amo won a crowded Democratic primary for an open House seat in Rhode Island Tuesday. He is poised to make history as the first Black member of Congress from Rhode Island.Amo had 32 percent of the vote to J. Aaron Regunberg’s 25 per... More »


The Economy Is in a Pretty Good Place, After All


U.S. economic policy in 2021 was met with a firestorm of criticism from many economists. I’m not talking just about Republican loyalists, who always predict disaster when a Democrat moves into the White House. Even Democratic economists, or relatively apolitic... More »


Ad Wars in 3 Governor’s Races Leave Out Trump and Biden


Offering a look at both parties’ political strategies this year, the ads focus largely on issues like education, the economy, jobs and taxes, as well as local scandals and crime.Just over a year before the 2024 elections, three races for governor in Kentucky, ... More »


Extreme heat forces school closings and early dismissals


Extreme heat is causing a rash of school closings and early dismissals this week across the Midwest and northeastern United States, as a late-season heat wave could push temperatures into record-setting territory over the next several days.More than 50 million... More »


Column: Elon Musk comes around to blaming the Jews


Elon Musk has long been known for blaming everyone else but himself for the various fiascos visited upon his companies — meddlesome bureaucrats for COVID-related production slowdowns at Tesla, the Pentagon and conniving rivals for the loss of a government cont... More »


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