Kamala Harris Shows Women Can Thrive In Politics-1

Kamala Harris Shows Women Can Thrive In Politics

Where previous generations of female candidates have often been judged according to their family status — as spinsters, mothers or widows — Harris managed to be elected as none of the above. Instead, Harris remained single until age 50, when she married Douglas Emhoff and became “Momala” to his two children from a previous marriage. […]

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Journalists with disabilities share their stories

Journalists with disabilities share their stories

The stories of journalists with disabilities tell not only the challenges they encounter, but also their success working in the world of media despite limitations that exist. By ROMANIIA GORBACH The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that approximately 15% of the global population, or 1 billion people, have some form of disability. However, there are […]

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China Moon Rocks

China to gather dust and rocks from Moon

Chinese spacecraft Chang’e-5 will depart on the mission on November 24 Chang’e-5’s mission is to collect dust, debris and rocks from a previously unexplored region of the Moon’s near side and return to Earth Chinese spacecraft, Chang’e-5, will depart later this month on a mission to gather dust and rocks from the Moon. If successful, […]

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Post-Election America Will Still Be Deeply Divided

Post-Election America Will Still Be Deeply Divided

Only time will tell if Americans truly have the will and the ability to reverse the long-term trend of political and ideological division. By Joe Renouard No matter who wins the election, Americans should not expect to see a heightened sense of national unity or higher levels of satisfaction with the political system in the […]

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Observations of an Expat - The End is Not in Sight - Trump and Biden

Observations of an Expat: The End is Not in Sight

If President Trump loses and refuses to concede than America runs the risk that Trumptonian arrogance obstinacy combines with divisions in American society to bring gun owners out on the streets. And the longer Trump fights a pro-Biden result the greater danger. By Tom Arms It would be nice to think that with the US […]

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Voter fraud suppression and partisanship - A look back at the 1876 election - image courtesy The Guardian

Voter fraud, suppression and partisanship: A look back at the 1876 election

Image Coutesy: The Guardian Just like in the year 2000, America in 1876 woke up the morning after the election not knowing who had won. Back then, the inauguration was in early March, which meant the country had four months to figure out who would be its 19th president. Massive voter fraud only added to […]

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