GOP Sen. John Boozman fending off rivals in Arkansas primary

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Republican Sen. John Boozman hopes to fend off three challengers in Arkansas’ primary Tuesday who are trying to paint him as not conservative enough, despite his support from former President Donald Trump, groups such as the National Rifle Association and the state’s top GOP figures. Boozman’s reelection bid hasn’t garnered… Continue reading GOP Sen. John Boozman fending off rivals in Arkansas primary

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Ex-Trump press secretary Sanders bids for Arkansas governor

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — During her two years as President Donald Trump’s spokesperson, Sarah Sanders used the White House briefing room to take aim at Democrats on issues such as immigration and crime. She is poised to win the Republican nomination for Arkansas governor on Tuesday after employing the same strategy. Sanders has shattered… Continue reading Ex-Trump press secretary Sanders bids for Arkansas governor

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Indiana lawmakers set to override veto of trans sports ban

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Republican-dominated Indiana Legislature is poised on Tuesday to override the GOP governor’s veto of a bill banning transgender students from competing in girls sports, which would mean Indiana would join more than a dozen states that have adopted similar laws in the past two years. The Indiana proposal won approval by… Continue reading Indiana lawmakers set to override veto of trans sports ban

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Duterte hits Putin: I kill criminals, not children, elders

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte sharply criticized Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the killings of innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two of them have been tagged as killers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.” Duterte, who openly calls Putin an idol and a friend, voiced… Continue reading Duterte hits Putin: I kill criminals, not children, elders

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Naval Academy Bridge to close Tuesday during Blue Angels rehearsal

Midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy will be graduating this week, and to celebrate, the Blue Angels will return to the skies of Annapolis, Maryland. Their flight demonstration is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Wednesday over the Severn River, but you might be able to catch them during their flight rehearsal Tuesday. During Tuesday’s rehearsal,… Continue reading Naval Academy Bridge to close Tuesday during Blue Angels rehearsal

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Data: Michigan Sees Decrease In Evictions In 2021, But Many Residents Struggle To Find Homes

(CBS DETROIT) — Eviction rates across Michigan continue to decrease, but tenants are still seeing trouble. According to Michigan Courts data, the state saw a 13% eviction rate in 2021, which is a 7% decrease from the previous year. However, many are still without a home. Officials say since August 2020, almost 23,000 new eviction… Continue reading Data: Michigan Sees Decrease In Evictions In 2021, But Many Residents Struggle To Find Homes

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Family Of Justin Shilling Files Lawsuit Against Oxford Schools

(CBS DETROIT) — The family of one of the students killed in a mass shooting at Oxford High School is filing a new federal lawsuit. Justin Shilling, 17, was one of four students who was killed on Nov. 30. Shilling’s family attorney Ven Johnson says school employees ignored a suicide prevention policy. Johnson claims school… Continue reading Family Of Justin Shilling Files Lawsuit Against Oxford Schools

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Lower Moreland Will Not Mandate Masks In Schools After Tense Community Meeting

LOWER MORELAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — Things got tense Monday night during a school board meeting in Montgomery County over one district’s decision to keep its mask mandate in place while others merely recommended to mask up. Starting Tuesday, Lower Moreland will join other schools and strongly recommend masks instead of mandating them. There was… Continue reading Lower Moreland Will Not Mandate Masks In Schools After Tense Community Meeting

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Wheeler’s Arm, Hoskins’ Bat Power Phillies Past Braves, 7-3

ATLANTA (AP) — Zack Wheeler pitched 6 2/3 strong innings with a season-high 10 strikeouts, Rhys Hoskins knocked in three runs with an early double and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 7-3 on Monday night. The teams began the day tied for second in the division, eight games out of the lead, and… Continue reading Wheeler’s Arm, Hoskins’ Bat Power Phillies Past Braves, 7-3

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