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Survey finds men are more aggressive behind the wheel than women

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

A new survey finds that eight in 10 Americans tend to drive aggressively, but men speed, tailgate, merge dangerously and honk or make rude gestures at other drivers more than...
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DeSantis tells Trump to 'fight on,' takes aim at science and has beef with John Roberts

DeSantis tells Trump to 'fight on,' takes aim at science and has beef with John Roberts

1 day ago   |   Politico

TALLAHASSEE - Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday told a private gathering of political donors and corporate executives that he has urged President Donald Trump to “fight on...
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Biden's HHS Secretary Hunt Hits Reset As Candidates Shuffle

1 day ago   |   Bloomberg

Joe Biden's hunt for a health secretary is poised for a reset after one governor publicly took herself out of the running and another was said to have tested the patience of...
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Marty Walsh's campaign spent $40K on polling last month

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Mayor Martin Walsh shelled out $40,000 for polling last month as hizzoner's campaign brought in and paid out six-figure totals - even though he still hasn't officially said...
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Trump extends National Guard's Covid funding through March

Trump extends National Guard's Covid funding through March

1 day ago   |   Politico

President Donald Trump on Thursday approved requests from nearly every state to extend federal funding for the National Guard's Covid-19 relief work until the end of March. The...
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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney Elected To Run House Democrats' Campaign Arm

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney Elected To Run House Democrats' Campaign Arm

1 day ago   |   The Huffington Post   |   3 articles

Maloney, a New Yorker who defeated Rep. Tony Cárdenas , takes over the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee at a challenging time.
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Obama Will Campaign in Georgia to Support Democrats Running in Crucial Runoff Elections

1 day ago   |   Politicus USA

Barack Obama will campaign in Georgia to support Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, who will compete against incumbent Republicans David Perdue and Kelly...
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Joe Biden's Cabinet Is a Lost Cause for the Left

1 day ago   |   The New Republic

Few portions of political discourse are as predictably shallow as presidential cabinet discourse. Who should run the Department of Transportation? An affable also ran in the...
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News Brief: COVID-19 Bill, Trump Mulls 2024, Doctors Call For Climate Action

1 day ago   |   NPR

Top Democrats back off demands for a larger COVID-19 relief bill. Sources tell NPR that President Trump is considering a run in 2024. Plus, new reports say climate change is...
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Police reform another victim of political agendas

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Though the Massachusetts Legislature fast-tracked a police reform bill, political leaders in Boston are still hashing out details of a possible police civilian review board. In...
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Job growth slowed in November for a 5th straight month

Job growth slowed in November for a 5th straight month

America's employers scaled back their hiring last month as the viral pandemic accelerated across the country, adding 245,000 jobs, the fewest since April and the fifth straight... Read more ...

Supreme Court to review rulings against Trump's Medicaid work rules

Supreme Court to review rulings against Trump's Medicaid work rules

The Supreme Court on Friday said it would consider the Trump administration's request to reinstate work rules for some Medicaid enrollees, even as President-elect Joe Biden... Read more ...

Trump orders troop withdrawal from Somalia

Trump orders troop withdrawal from Somalia

President Donald Trump has ordered the withdrawal of the majority of U.S. troops from Somalia by early next year, the Pentagon announced Friday. An estimated 700 U.S. troops... Read more ...

CDC urges for the first time that Americans wear masks indoors

CDC urges for the first time that Americans wear masks indoors

The CDC on Friday for the first time recommended that people wear masks at all times when they're not home, saying the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. has entered a phase of... Read more ...

House Approves Decriminalizing Marijuana, Bill To Stall In Senate

House Approves Decriminalizing Marijuana, Bill To Stall In Senate

The legislation removes cannabis from the list of federally controlled substances and expunges low-level convictions and arrests. But the GOP Senate is not expected to take up... Read more ...

Gov. Murphy lashes out at Gaetz for appearance at Young Republican gala

Gov. Murphy lashes out at Gaetz for appearance at Young Republican gala

JERSEY CITY, N.J. - New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy admonished Florida congressman Matt Gaetz on Friday for attending a large gala event in the state after it was forced out of its... Read more ...

Trump Loves Winning But Keeps Losing His Election Lawsuits

Trump Loves Winning But Keeps Losing His Election Lawsuits

The president and his allies continue to mount new cases, recycling the same baseless claims with little or no luck. Read more ...

Wisconsin High Court Declines To Hear Trump Election Lawsuit

Wisconsin High Court Declines To Hear Trump Election Lawsuit

The state's Supreme Court sent the case to the lower courts without deciding on the merits of Trump's claims. Read more ...

Biden Says He'll Ask Americans To Wear Masks For At Least 100 Days To Fight...

Biden Says He'll Ask Americans To Wear Masks For At Least 100 Days To Fight COVID-19

The president-elect said he's also asked Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, to serve as his chief medical adviser. Read more ...

Wisconsin High Court Turns Back Trump Suit

Wisconsin High Court Turns Back Trump Suit

A split Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday declined to hear President Trump's lawsuit attempting to overturn his election loss to Joe Biden in the battleground state... Read more ...