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A marathon election campaign will enter its final sprint on Tuesday when voters in Georgia decide the last seat in the US Senate – and shape the next phase of Joe Biden’s presidency. Opinion polls suggest a narrow lead for incumbent Democratic senator Raphael . . .

Adam Makos, the author of “Devotion,” who visited North Korea in 2013 to negotiate the retrieval of a Korean War soldier’s remains, hopes to return to continue efforts to recover the remains of Jesse Brown, the U.S. Navy’s first black carrier pilot. His book, now turned into a major film directed by J.D. Dillard, starring […]

DOHA, Dec 4 (Reuters) – A fresh-faced United States squad arrived in Qatar with modest expectations and although they may leave with a sense of disappointment after another last-16 exit, their performances offered hope of a longer run when they co-host the 2026 tournament. After an encouraging group campaign, a young team brimming with confidence […]

Prophet Dr Emmanuel Badu Kobi delivered a prophecy ahead of Ghana’s match against Uruguay in Qatar on Friday, December 2 The preacher predicted a win for the Black Stars in a Facebook post, saying Ghana is already in the next round His prophecy failed as Ghana lost by two goals to nil despite being awarded […]

Next Game: Evergreen State 12/10/2022 | 6:00 PM Dec. 10 (Sat) / 6:00 PM  Evergreen State History ELLENSBURG, Wash. – Central Washington Men’s Basketball fell 66-71 in a hard-fought battle against Saint Martin’s. Saint Martin’s capitalized on good shooting early, shooting 40% from the field and converting five first-half […]

Privacy. Surveillance. Influence. Medical expert Matthew DeCamp and Colorado State University faculty explored the constellation of issues surrounding artificial intelligence during the annual Provost’s Ethics Colloquium this week. DeCamp, a medical doctor and associate professor at the Center for Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, was the keynote speaker at […]

Queer viewers celebrate representation but call for authentic portrayals December 4, 2022 at 7:00 a.m. EST Single All The Way. Philemon Chambers as Nick and Michael Urie as Peter, in Single All The Way. (Washington Post Illustration; Philippe Bosse/Netflix; iStock) Comment on this story Comment Cheesy rom-coms aren’t usually Robby Bailey’s preferred genre during the […]

CNN  —  Some things have changed in the two weeks since Hakeem Jeffries learned – from listening to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s speech, sitting motionless with an intentional blank expression on his face for those who were watching – that

Schiff fired the first salvo last month by openly admitting his long-known interest in the seat, telling a Los Angeles television station that, after his House leadership bid fizzled, he would “consider running for the Senate if Senator Feinstein decides not to run for reelection.” Schiff also met with Feinstein to inform her of his […]

The opening brief in Moore v. Harper, an extraordinarily high-stakes election case that the Supreme Court will hear December 7, is one of the least persuasive documents that I’ve ever read in any context. And I’ve read both Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, and Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal. Moore is also potentially the

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