Georgians go to the polls today to decide on former representative and current Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s replacement for the state’s sixth congressional seat. Democrats see a real opportunity to #flipthesixth — with the help of a few Republicans.
Democrat Jon Ossoff is getting a lot of buzz in that race, but one of his opponents is also in the news, albeit for a very different reason: he’s the first Republican to run in a national election while denouncing Trump.
A leaked Trump administration plan to close the EPA office in Chicago could put 1,000 jobs at risk, but that’s not all — the move would also undermine oversight of pollution in the Great Lakes region and curtail protective environmental efforts.
ICYMI: A recent referendum victory means Turkey’s increasingly authoritarian leader seems to have moved closer to cementing his power. One of those congratulating him? The president of the United States.
Betsy DeVos wants more character development in schools — which is a huge problem.
Here are three services immigrants are now terrified of using in the Trump era.
Trump is far from devout, but he’s suddenly embracing religious rhetoric.
“I once answered the phone and all I heard were gunshots. One time I answered the phone and heard, ‘You really should have died in the Holocaust with the rest of your people.’ …This was so far beyond harassment. This was really terrorism.”
— Tanya Gersh, a Jewish woman alleging that her family has been sent hundreds of threatening messages from white supremacists