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Stacey Abrams refuses to concede to Brian Kemp in bitter Georgia governor’s race

In a tweet Tuesday night, Democrat Stacey Abrams urged her supporters to “STAY IN LINE until your vote is cast.” Three polls stayed open late after some voting machines in predominantly black districts were delivered with no power cords, rendering […]

Stacey Abrams refuses to concede to Brian Kemp in bitter Georgia governor’s race

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In a tweet Tuesday night, Democrat Stacey Abrams urged her supporters to “STAY IN LINE until your vote is cast.” Three polls stayed open late after some voting machines in predominantly black districts were delivered with no power cords, rendering […]

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‘Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party!’ to hit Lyric Opera House

KJ Williams may be 33, but he always feels like a kid when he puts on his Elmo suit and takes the stage. “Elmo is young at heart and so

Yes, the midterms are a referendum on Trump, political analyst says

MARTINSBURG, W.V. — President Donald Trump’s contention that today’s midterm elections are a referendum on his first two years in office is accurate, one Mountain State political analyst told TMN. “I think

Martinsburg voters say they are divided on West Virginia Senate race

MARTINSBURG, W.V. – During lunch at a chain restaurant more than 80 miles away from Capitol Hill, voters expressed mixed sentiments to TMN about the hotly contested West Virginia Senate

Jordan McNair’s death was the tragic end result of football excesses

BALTIMORE – One day, some years back, I’m having lunch with Sylvia Mackey and Bruce Laird. She’s the widow of John Mackey, the Hall of Fame Baltimore Colts tight

Tucker Carlson launches ‘Ship of Fools’ in time for the midterm elections

Let’s face it, we live in trying times. Take politics for example. Donald Trump’s Right-leaning Republicans (The Repugs) couldn’t be more divided from Nancy Pelosi’s Liberal Democrats (The Dims)

Special Veterans Day events set for National WWI Memorial

The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission Presents a “First Look” at the National World War l Memorial, Washington, DC. (photo credit: Anthony C. Hayes) Washington, D.C.: The World War

Two fatalities confirmed in Baltimore Amazon building collapse

UPDATE: The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado event was the likely cause of the partial collapse of the Amazon Fulfillment Center. BALTIMORE: Severe weather on Friday night

Police did recover a computer hard drive from Paddock’s residence

LAS VEGAS — When police executed a search warrant on gunman Stephen Paddock’s Mesquite, NV residence at 1372 Babbling Brook Court, a digital hard drive was recovered from the residence

Abrams and Kemp are virtually tied in Georgia governor’s race, poll finds

WASHINGTON – Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp are virtually tied in the Georgia governor’s race, according to a poll released Friday. The Channel 2 Action News/Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll found that

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