Month: August 2020

For Angel Gomez the sunny Saturday morning of 3 August 2019 was hectic in El Paso-Ciudad Juárez, the binational community in the west Texas borderland with Mexico. His nonprofit, Operation Hope, was hosting its annual back-to-school event. “We were getting everything ready. Everything was set, we had music, we had food,” Gomez said. More than
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HILLSDALE — Whether Hillsdale and Branch County voters head to the polls for Michigan’s Aug. 4, 2020 Primary Election or vote by mail, they won’t be picking only local or federal candidates. They’ll also be casting a vote for someone to replace third-term state Rep. Eric Leutheuser, whose current term of office expires Dec. 31,
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Palin’s complaint hinges on some bad journalism. On June 14, 2017, James Hodgkinson, a supporter of Bernie Sanders, opened fire on GOP congressmen — including Rep. Steve Scalise (La.) —during a baseball practice in Virginia. New York Times editorial staffers got to work, determining how they would weave the event into larger points about gun
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