- Washington Post2 days ago
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) on Wednesday injected race into an ongoing squabble with Gov. Larry Hogan (R) over budget briefings, accusing the governor of a ...
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Whitford. For years the U.S. Supreme Court has been unwilling to tackle partisan gerrymandering...challenging the Republican-drawn map used to elect the state assembly. “We totally know how ...
- The Fresno Bee6 days ago
From desegregation to voting rights, or immigration to interracial marriage, you’ll find new reasons to thank him, writes Joan Obra Gaston.
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- USA Today4 days ago
Villanova continues winning and continues to hold the No. 1 spot in the USA TODAY Sports men's basketball poll followed by Virginia and Purdue.
- Detroit Free Press5 days ago
Florida strips felons of their right to vote at a higher rate than any other state, barring more than 10% of its overall adult population — including 21.5% of African-Americans — from the polls ...
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At a Thursday meeting to discuss the deal, according to Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Illinois, and multiple other people familiar with the meeting, Trump referred to certain poor nations as “shithole ...
Freedom Riders See Little Difference Between Civil Rights Movement of the '60s and Black Lives MatterSan Antonio Current4 days ago
For Kredelle Petway, it was meeting Martin Luther King, Jr. at the March on Washington. For Fred Anderson, it was when his 13-year-old cousin was killed by white men.