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Israeli forces are battling Palestinian militants in Gaza’s two largest cities. more
Chilly mornings continue more
Cleveland is preparing to double the number of social workers who team up with specially trained police to handle some mental health calls. more
On today's show: New York State Senator Zellnor Myrie (D-20th, including parts Brownsville, Crown Heights, East Flatbush, Gowanus, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, South … more
Governor Phil Murphy says his wife is a great candidate to take the seat of Senator Bob Menendez. "It validates the collective us," he said. "And I don't mean just the Murphys, but the collective … more
A trial set to get underway in Washington on Monday will determine how much Rudy Giuliani will have to pay two Georgia election workers whom he falsely accused of fraud while pushing Donald Trump's … more
Birthing services are under threat as region struggles with same crushing economic realities facing rural hospitals across the U.S. more
The remarks further fueled concern from Democrats and even some Republicans that a second Trump term could threaten democracy and risk an abuse of power to target those who have disagreed with or … more
Crumbl Cookies says Crumbl offers a weekly rotating menu of cookies made from 200+ flavors and the new Connecticut store is locally owned. more
Considering the unusual times we live in, a reader argues that the time might be right for a third-party presidential candidate. more
Here are key moments in the life and career of the president’s son, who has drawn the attention of lawmakers and prosecutors. more
Retired Maryland House of Delegates In 1990, Ana Sol Gutierrez became the first Latina elected to public office in Maryland when she won a seat on the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Twelve … more
“A Christmas Carol” has long been a Triangle holiday staple. But this year, there will be a passing of the torch between two Ira David Woods. more
Controversial case in Quincy increases demand by advocates to require training in sexual assault cases. more
A housing shortage may mean building more apartments at the Salina 1st project south of downtown. more
Sixteen Illinois men became the first incarcerated students to graduate from a Top 10 University, an accomplishment they and their professors hope will lead to a second chance. more
Plaxen Adler Muncy Founder Bruce M. Plaxen is the founder and senior partner of Plaxen Adler Muncy P.A., which is headquartered in Columbia and with offices throughout Maryland. Plaxen founded the … more
Shreveport's water treatment plant is using a new ozone disinfection system after delays completing the project earlier this year. more
“Got your Christmas decorations done?” I asked Unlucky Louie. “Lights put up outside, and so on?” “We’re not doing much this year,” Louie said. “Lights should be festive, but my … more
Preliminary analysis of 2022 Connecticut traffic stops found no indication of racial or ethnic disparity. Experts note the success comes amid a huge reduction in stops and a statewide conversation … more
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