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Vermont businesswoman well-positioned to become America’s first transgender governor

WASHINGTON – Vermont businesswoman Christine Hallquist is well-positioned to become the first transgender governor in the U.S. following her victory in the state’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday. “Christine’s victory is a defining moment in the movement for trans equality […]

Vermont businesswoman well-positioned to become America’s first transgender governor

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WASHINGTON – Vermont businesswoman Christine Hallquist is well-positioned to become the first transgender governor in the U.S. following her victory in the state’s Democratic gubernatorial primary on Tuesday. “Christine’s victory is a defining moment in the movement for trans equality […]

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Wes Shank: Beloved ‘Caretaker of The Blob’ dies unexpectedly

Movie memorabilia collector Wes Shank with a miniature set from the film The Blob. (Anthony C. Hayes) It is with great sadness that the staff of the Baltimore Post-Examiner learned

Antifa violence caps otherwise peaceful Unite the Right 2 DC rally

Defiant counterprotesters raise clenched fists towards the police after an altercation turned violent between Antifa and police shortly after the Unite the Right 2 rally Washington, DC. (Mike Jordan/BPE) Washington

Collins’ indictment spurs move to ban House members from serving on corporate boards

WASHINGTON — A day after GOP Rep. Chris Collins was arrested on insider trading charges, two fellow New York lawmakers introduced a resolution that would prohibit members from serving on the

Ohio special congressional election is too close to call

WASHINGTON – The outcome of the special election contest for Ohio’s 12th Congressional District remains unclear more than 12 hours after polls have closed. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Republican

Will Tennessee determine which party controls the Senate next year?

WASHINGTON – Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R) is gearing up for what could become one of the most watched Senate races this year. “This is not a race about the past. This

Cruising the great rivers: sight-seeing Europe by boat

Budapest, a Danube bridge in the evening Most of Europe’s famous and beautiful cities, industrial areas, and picturesque landscapes are located at or near the great rivers of the continent.

Social media analysts: Public information campaign needed to combat Russian disinformation

WASHINGTON — Social media analysts told the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday that a public information campaign is necessary to combat Russian disinformation. “There is a need to build resilience in

Acting US Border Patrol chief defends agency amid activist disruption

WASHINGTON – Amid interruption from activists, U.S. Border Patrol Acting Chief Carla Provost defended the integrity of the agency she leads. “Our commitment to consistent and fair enforcement of the law is

Linda Tripp: No regrets about helping to expose Clinton-Lewinsky affair

WASHINGTON – Former civil servant turned whistleblower Linda Tripp said she has no regrets about helping to expose an affair President Bill Clinton had with White House intern Monica Lewinsky

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