Latest stories

  • Don’t mail your ballot, but do use these resources to find out how to make your vote count

    On Thursday night, a federal appeals court ruled that Minnesota can’t accept mail ballots after 8 PM on Election Day, overruling the secretary of state’s deadline. When it comes to voting rights, federal courts under Trump are extremely committed to showing that states’ rights are valid only if they’re suppressing, not expanding, the vote. The Supreme Court […] More

  • Vote Centers Open After a Week of Wildfires

    Good morning. The Blue Ridge and Silverado Fires that began this week in Orange County caused tens of thousands of residents to flee their homes and gravely injured two firefighters. Evacuation orders were lifted on Thursday and the blazes are both over 30 percent contained, according to CalFire. Vote centers will be open for in-person […] More

  • Halloween in N.Y.C.: When Trick-or-Treating Is Scary, for Real

    Each Halloween, Holly Bonner and her two daughters would spend up to three hours trick-or-treating at houses and businesses before returning home on Staten Island to pass out candy themselves. But this Halloween, the Bonners are not leaving the house. It’s too scary out there. “If you’re going to have people in these big clusters […] More

  • Maine’s instant runoff could benefit Sara Gideon thanks to left-leaning independent

    Some other recent surveys have asked voters about their second choices and have similarly found Savage supporters preferring Gideon to Collins, but none we’re aware of have included third choices in order to replicate the entire process. At a debate last week, all four candidates said they would respect the outcome of any instant runoff, […] More

  • As U.S. Hits 87,000 Daily COVID Cases, Trump Claims ‘You’re Gonna Get Better’

    The nation broke a previous record for the most coronavirus cases reported in a single day since the pandemic began with more than 87,000 new positive tests for COVID-19 reported on Thursday, as infections surge in many parts of the country.  The number of new cases shatters a record that was set just last week, […] More

  • Don Jr. Falsely Claims COVID-19 Death Rate Is ‘Almost Nothing’

    President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Don Jr., tried to falsely downplay the COVID-19 death rate in the U.S. on Thursday night. During an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Trump mocked critics of his father’s crowded, mostly mask-free campaign rallies as “truly morons” and claimed that the critics were only focusing on infection rates […] More

  • COVID-19 is driving the election, and Donald Trump will pay the piper

    NY Times: Biden’s Call for ‘National Mask Mandate’ Gains Traction in Public Health Circles A presidential order would almost certainly face a legal challenge. But if elected, Joseph R. Biden Jr. would have other levers at his disposal to make mask wearing a cultural norm. Over the past week, a string of prominent public health […] More

  • ‘What a Barrister Looks Like’: A Young Black Woman Paves the Way

    LONDON — It was looking like a typical day at the office for Alexandra Wilson as she arrived at a London courthouse ready to defend someone accused of theft. She tied her hair into a neat knot, shrugged on her black robe and pulled on a white horsehair wig — the official garb of Britain’s […] More

  • Who Will Win Florida? What Polls Say About an Eternal Mystery

    Part of that was because of a drop in Democratic support among Latino voters. In 2016, 62 percent of Florida’s Latino voters broke for Mrs. Clinton, according to exit polls; two years later, just 54 percent voted for the Democratic governor and Senate candidates. Mr. Trump has worked to strengthen his support among Cuban-Americans in […] More

Load More
Congratulations. You've reached the end of the internet.
Back to Top



Subscribe to visualmarketingdealscom and get interesting stuff to your inbox.