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Donald Trump: The real March Madness

While much of the country gets caught up with the NCAA basketball tournament this time of year, the real March Madness we should be focused on unfolds inside the Oval Office. With Donald Trump’s firing of Andrew McCabe, he has […]

Donald Trump: The real March Madness

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While much of the country gets caught up with the NCAA basketball tournament this time of year, the real March Madness we should be focused on unfolds inside the Oval Office. With Donald Trump’s firing of Andrew McCabe, he has […]

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Moore’s March Letters

Well, were are into March and it means it is time for the third edition of letters to myself. Dear Jim, Can you explain to me why we have day light

Unemployed Elephants take over Burbank

Okay so maybe that isn’t totally accurate because elephants unemployed or otherwise have not swarmed Burbank, but the love story written by acclaimed playwright Wendy Graf and entitled Unemployed

Thousands of homes suffered varying degrees of damage while large swaths of vegetation were shredded by the hurricane's violent winds when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. (U.S. Customs and Border Protection photo by Kris Grogan Wikipedia))

Friends of Puerto Rico: Resourceful CEO leads effort to aid stricken island

Homes lay in ruin as seen from a U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations, Black Hawk during a flyover of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria September

President Trump meeting with Kim Jong-un

WASHINGTON — National security analysts sparred over whether President Donald Trump should meet face-to-face with the North Korean dictator. “President Trump should meet with Kim Jong-un, as long as the U.S. and

Rep. Karen Bass slams President Trump over lawsuit

WASHINGTON – Today (Wednesday, March 7), Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) released the following statement reacting to the announcement of the Trump administration’s lawsuit against California. “The Trump administration’s decision to

MLB sets new rules to speed up games

As the MLB struggles to attract younger fans, the league believes that shortening games will make the product more appealing to an audience that does not have the patience

Congresswoman Barbara Lee responds to Trump and Sessions’ attack on California

In response to President Trump and U.S. Attorney General Jefferson Sessions suing the state of California, Congresswoman Lee has this response: Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-13) released the following statement after

Easily accessible guns are not the only problem we face

Mass shootings make up a small, less than 5 percent, amount of all deaths by gun. The number one cause is self-inflicted (suicide). People with a mental illness are

Doyle Lee Hamm is the latest victim of Alabama’s long history of torturing poor people

If you have a high-profile lawyer with powerful friends and you’re tortured while on death row in Alabama, everyone in the nation not only knows about it — overwhelmingly,

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