February 1, 2021

Education

Push to reopen schools could leave out millions of students

President Joe Biden says he wants most schools serving kindergarten through eighth grade to reopen by late April, but even if that happens, it is likely to leave out millions of students, many of them minorities in urban areas. “We’re going to see kids fall further and further behind, particularly low-income students of color,” said

Impeachment

Trump names 2 lawyers to impeachment defense team

Former president Donald Trump announced a new impeachment legal defense team Sunday, one day after it was revealed that he had parted ways with an earlier set of attorneys with just over a week to go before his Senate trial. The two representing Trump will be defense lawyer David Schoen, a frequent television legal commentator,

Politics

Impeachment fever hits Kentucky with efforts to oust leaders

Impeachment fever has struck Kentucky, where grievances over coronavirus restrictions and the outcome of the Breonna Taylor death investigation have spurred petitions to oust both the governor and the attorney general. It’s a card rarely played in any serious way in the Bluegrass State, though Kentucky has had its share of provocative elected officials. In

Politics

Kelli Ward, GOP Chair, Speaks at Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic Meeting

Kelli Ward, the newly re-elected Chair of the Arizona Republican Party (AZGOP) and the President of the Arizona Senate, Senator Karen Fann, spoke at Saturday’s meeting of the Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR). Senator Fann talked about the Senate’s current dispute with the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, and the Senate’s call for an

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