Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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A draft of the Democratic platform posted by NBC News showed that the platform was written more to the left than anyone expected. In recent days there have been reports that Sen. Bernie Sanders was planning a convention floor fight...
After a cavalcade of drama involving accusations of suppressing African American votes, there was a surprising moment of unity around State Senator Adrian Espaillat. Espaillat won the primary this week and is set to take the seat of Rep....
If real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump were to figure out how to stay on message and say the same general thing daily, he would win.  Why? Because Trump has channeled into one of the biggest...
The question of the investigation over Hillary Clinton's e-mails has been looming over her campaign for over a year.  Though many political observers believe Clinton will be indicted on the matter of keeping a private server while she was...
As the name of Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) gets quieter and that of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) gets louder in the conversation around who Hillary Clinton will select as Vice President, the Clinton campaign put out an e-mail featuring...
Rep. Mia Love (R-Utah) is expected to be in a very close race for re-election in November. Love is being challenged again by Doug Owens.  Owens barely lost to Love in 2014. Now Rep. Love is teaming up with members...
This week, the Obama Administration, joined by leaders of Canada and Mexico, announced a dramatic new commitment to have 50% of North America's electricity produced by clean, renewable energy sources by 2025. The Associated Press reports that "Canada is already...
Net neutrality advocates recently descended upon the Federal Communications Commission seeking an investigation into free data programs days after the D.C. Circuit affirmed the agency's Open Internet Order.  Although the Commission declared such programs - also known as zero-rating - as...
The National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL Women) recently convened its annual legislative conference, and the message for all in attendance was clear: when Black women lead, and have the resources and support to thrive, entire communities benefit. Themed Preserving...
Traditionally, when you think 'landfill,' the first images that come to mind are not of rolling green pastures and brighter days ahead. That may soon shift, however, as groSolar, a leading utility-scale solar generation company, seeks to convert a...