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Homeless

Sweltering streets: Hundreds of homeless die in extreme heat – Associated Press

Photo: Jim Baker, left, who oversees the dining room for the St. Vincent de Paul charity, talks with a homeless person about getting services in Phoenix Hundreds of blue, green and grey tents are pitched under the sun’s searing rays in downtown Phoenix, a jumble of flimsy canvas and plastic along dusty sidewalks. Here, in

Opinion

Opinion: Building Haiti Right Here in the United States – Jared Taylor

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] When the worst becomes the norm. Maybe you have heard of Pro Publica. It is a non-profit news organization. Kind of like

John Stossel

Opinion: Sick City – John Stossel

San Francisco’s liberal mayor declared a “state of emergency” to try to deal with the city’s “nasty streets.” How did it get so bad? Journalist Michael Shellenberger’s new book, “San Fransicko,” argues that it happened because of progressive ideas. “The town I love is sick,” says Shellenberger in my new video. He came to San

National

COVID-19 is a ‘crisis within a crisis’ for homeless people

This story was supported by the Pulitzer Center. Nearly 200 tents stand inches apart on the scorching gravel lots, many covered in blankets for an extra layer of relief from the desert sun. Outside, their occupants sit on hot ground or in folding chairs, nearby palm trees providing no shade. Despite 12-foot-square sections painted in