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GOP ad misrepresents Bullock’s health care stance

An attack ad, which was released in mid-July, states that Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a Democratic candidate for the Senate, supports a government-run health care program that would wreak havoc on the... Read more »

Joe Biden appealed to 2 different audiences in his acceptance speech – 2 experts discuss which punches landed

The speech could have been awkward. Biden is a veteran politician known for his gaffes who spoke to a virtually empty auditorium. There was no raucous applause punctuating his sentiments. But I found... Read more »

Principals call on NYC to delay start of in-person school

As New York City hurtles toward a Sept. 10 school start date, the unions representing both school administrators and teachers are asking the city to delay the start of in-person school until... Read more »

Montana coronavirus report

The latest numbers Montana cases As of Thursday, August 13, Montana reports a cumulative total of 5,407 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 142 new cases since yesterday, 1,389 active cases, and 81 deaths... Read more »

Bronx Councilmember Cohen to Leave for Judgeship, Kicking Off Special Election Race

This article was originally published THE CITY Bronx Councilmember Andrew Cohen was nominated for a judgeship this week by the borough’s Democratic machine — setting off a special-election scramble among five candidates... Read more »

Reflecting Deeply on the Year Past

It’s my privilege to share a few reflections at the end of a pivotal year, at News Deeply and in the world at large. When we launched Syria Deeply four years ago... Read more »

Help Us Understand Logging and Timber Practices Across Oregon

ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. The timber industry for decades drove the economy in... Read more »

Size matters in air pollution – but it’s not enough

‘(Mass) is indeed a useful metric, but perhaps not enough on its own and laboratory research could help to establish (other) metrics for air quality that are more health-related,’ said Dr Konstantina... Read more »

Biden picks former rival Kamala Harris as his running mate

(The Center Square) – Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced Tuesday that Kamala Harris will be his vice presidential running mate. A U.S. Senator from California and Biden’s formal rival during... Read more »

NY Board of Regents taps its own chancellor to become interim education department commissioner

New York’s Regents Chancellor Betty Rosa will resign from her post to assume the role of interim commissioner for the state education department, the Board of Regents announced Tuesday. The Board of... Read more »