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In a new book, Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen envision a more unified America

In a new book, Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen envision a more unified America

5 hours ago   |   NPR

In an NPR interview, the former president and the iconic musician speak about spreading hope amid widespread division and about the "critical patriotism" of Springsteen's "Born...
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Virginia Democrats Turn to Barack Obama to Cure Their High Anxiety

14 hours ago   |   The New Republic

The energy of the crowd outside of the James Branch Cabell library at Virginia Commonwealth University was beginning to flag. It was a sunny Saturday in Richmond, the clear...
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We Don't Have Time For These Phony Right-Wing Culture Wars

22 hours ago   |   Real Clear Politics

Former President Barack Obama stumped Saturday evening in New Jersey for Gov. Phil Murphy, who is up for re-election next month: FORMER PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: These are...
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Obama accuses Republicans of trying to ‘RIG' elections by passing laws requiring voters to show identification

Obama accuses Republicans of trying to ‘RIG' elections by passing laws requiring voters to show identification

1 day ago   |   RT

Barack Obama has accused Republicans of trying to ‘rig' elections by passing state voter ID laws - an ironic claim for an ex-president who blasted successor Donald Trump for...
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Barack Obama And Bruce Springsteen Talk About Friendship, Fathers, Fast Cars In CBS Sunday Morning Interview

1 day ago   |   Deadline

Two friends sat around and talked about the usual guy stuff on CBS Sunday Morning today. The big deal was that it was former President Barack Obama and superstar rocker Bruce...
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Obama accuses GOP of ‘systematically' preventing voting for Americans

Obama accuses GOP of ‘systematically' preventing voting for Americans

1 day ago   |   New York Post

Former President Barack Obama, campaigning for the Democratic candidate for governor in Virginia, accused Republicans of "systematically" trying to prevent Americans from voting
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Biden becomes most disappointing American president since World War II, poll reveals

Biden becomes most disappointing American president since World War II, poll reveals

1 day ago   |   RT

Joe Biden has achieved at least one groundbreaking result - though likely not the sort that he had in mind - as polling indicates that he has lost the most ground in voter...
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Obama mocked GOP New Jersey gubernatorial nominee Jack Ciattarelli for attending a 'Stop the Steal' rally

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Former President Barack Obama and Gov. Phil Murphy, right, host an early vote rally at Weequahic Park in Newark, N.J., on October 23, 2021. AP Photo/Stefan Jeremiah Former...
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Obama Comes Out Swinging In Race for Virginia Gov

Obama Comes Out Swinging In Race for Virginia Gov

1 day ago   |   Newser

Former President Barack Obama offered a sharp rebuke of the Republican candidate for Virginia governor, Glenn Youngkin, as he encouraged voters on Saturday to support Democrat...
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Steele Dossier: The Lie Told Around the World, Again

1 day ago   |   Real Clear Politics

When you think about it, the phony claim that, in 2013, former President Donald Trump cavorted with prostitutes in the Moscow Ritz-Carlton who urinated in front of him on a bed...
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Kellogg's is being sued for not having enough strawberry in their Pop-Tarts

Kellogg's is being sued for not having enough strawberry in their Pop-Tarts

Kellogg's is facing a class-action $5 million lawsuit that argues the company is misleading consumers into believing there's more strawberries in pop tarts than marketed. Read more ...

Family of inmate who died of COVID-19 question care

Family of inmate who died of COVID-19 question care

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Facebook Oversight Board member calls for more transparency

Facebook Oversight Board member calls for more transparency

The Oversight Board's first report revealed that the group of independent content moderators prompted Facebook to restore more than 30 pieces of content covering major issues. Read more ...

Man pleads guilty to attacks in Duke Hospital bathroom, on Durham trail

Man pleads guilty to attacks in Duke Hospital bathroom, on Durham trail

A Durham man will spend at least 16 years in prison for two sexual assaults that occurred six years ago, authorities said Monday. Read more ...

Judge In Chauvin Trial To Release Names Of Jurors On Nov. 1

MINNEAPOLIS - The judge who oversaw the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin said Monday that he will make the names of 15 jurors and alternates who... Read more ...

World Series features father versus son matchup as Astros battle Braves

It's not every year when your team faces your dad's team in the World Series. Read more ...

Golden Knights' futures odds soar amid 1-4 start

The Knights are now the +405 second choice at Circa Sports to win the Pacific Division behind the Edmonton Oilers (-160) and they've shot up as high as 15-1 at the South Point... Read more ...

Mom Who Wanted To Ban ‘Beloved' Featured In New Glenn Youngkin Ad

Mom Who Wanted To Ban ‘Beloved' Featured In New Glenn Youngkin Ad

Her son, a high school senior, had nightmares after reading the Toni Morrison classic. Read more ...

Public input needed on how to better transportation needs in Kentucky

Public input needed on how to better transportation needs in Kentucky

Officials are seeking input from those who travel through Kentucky as they update a long-range plan for the state's transportation needs. Read more ...

50 years ago, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre was a taboo subject when Tulsan...

50 years ago, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre was a taboo subject when Tulsan Ed Wheeler set out to write an article ‘to find out what happened.' He had no idea the threats and resistance he would face just for trying

Wheeler, today a retired Oklahoma National Guard brigadier general and former Tulsa Community College history instructor, reflected recently on the experience behind that... Read more ...