“If I end my public-service career and haven’t passed a significant federal firearms-reform bill, I’ll consider my time in public service a failure,” Senator Chris Murphy says.
The day before the Capitol riot, a congressman buried his 25-year-old son, who had left a note for his family on New Year’s Eve.
In March, most Americans still hadn’t grasped the reality, or the lethality, of COVID-19. But Biden had already lost a friend of 30 years.
The president will always denigrate anyone remotely different from himself.
On November 3, the network’s framing of the election narrative may help alleviate nationwide chaos—or sow it.
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Undertakers are scrambling to adapt to the complexities of COVID-19.
The president refuses to believe that even New Jersey, a solidly blue Northeast state, is beyond his electoral grasp in 2020.
His verbal stumbles have voters worried about his mental fitness. Maybe they’d be more understanding if they knew he’s still fighting a stutter.