‘I hope you suffer’: Ex-D.C. officer confronts Jan. 6 attacker in court (Rachel Weiner/Washington Post)

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Rachel Weiner / Washington Post: ‘I hope you suffer’: Ex-D.C. officer confronts Jan. 6 attacker in court  —  Kyle Young was sentenced to seven years and two months in prison for the attack on police officer Michael Fanone, who was dragged into the mob and beaten  —  A member of the mob that launched a series of violent attacks on police …

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30-Year Senate Democrat Could Be Unseated After Crushing Election News Surfaces

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No matter how the legacy media tries to paint the upcoming midterm elections, it just isn’t a pretty picture for the Democratic Party. The latest evidence of that is a recent poll result from Trafalgar Group showing that even a 30-year incumbent in a state as blue as Washington — which went for former Vice President Joe Biden by nearly 20 points over former President Donald Trump less than two years ago — isn’t safe this year. The poll, conducted Wednesday through Saturday among 1,091 likely general election voters, showed five-term Democratic Sen. Patty Murray with 48.7 percent of the…

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Brett Favre is the face of a scandal, but Mississippi’s issues go deeper (Rick Maese/Washington Post)

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Rick Maese / Washington Post: Brett Favre is the face of a scandal, but Mississippi's issues go deeper  —  In 2017, a Mississippi nonprofit called Operation Shoestring received a federal grant worth more than $200,000.  But when the organization sought to renew the funding a year later, the money was no longer available.

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D.C.’s Preschool Teacher Education Requirement Won’t Help Working Families

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After a nearly six-year legal battle, the deadlines for compliance with Washington, D.C.'s controversial licensing regulations for preschool teachers are nearing. By this December, all early childhood education center directors must have a bachelor's degree with at least 15 credits of early childhood education classes. By December 2023, all preschool teachers and many at-home day care providers must have obtained at least an associate degree with a minimum of 24 credits of early childhood education classes. Even assistant teachers must obtain a Child Development Associate credential or an associate degree (in any field) by December 2023. Critics of the requirement…

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Another surprising 2022 midterm poll shows Democrats might have problems in one of the bluest of blue regions

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The 2022 midterms are going to be a wave election. Until we wake up on November 9th and are proven otherwise, all indicators show voters don't like what Joe Biden's democrat party is selling. This makes sense since under Joe Biden's democrat economy people can't afford to buy anything. Everyone is focused on swing state Senate races like in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. But could the GOP be looking at a pickup in WASHINGTON?According to a new Trafalgar poll... maybe. Progressive Senator Patty Murray is statistically tied with her Republican challenger.New @trafalgar_group #WASen #Poll (9/21-9/24) shows incumbent #Murray still holding…

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Woke is now a dog whistle for Black. What’s next? (Damon Young/Washington Post)

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Damon Young / Washington Post: Woke is now a dog whistle for Black.  What's next?  —  There's “urban” of course.  And urban's cousin “inner-city.”  —  And then there's “at-risk,” “underserved” and “fatherless” if talking about our children.  “Marginalized,” “low-income” and “welfare-dependent” if talking about the parents of those children.

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Crews recovering wreckage from floatplane crash

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For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Crews are raising the wreckage of a floatplane that crashed into Puget Sound, a deep inlet of the eastern North Pacific Ocean, on September 4, killing 10 people. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the crash which occurred off Whidbey Island, Washington State, the United States. One body was recovered before the initial search was suspended. Only small pieces of debris were found immediately after the crash, partly because of the current and water depth in the area. The bulk is somewhere in or near the estimated 46-to-61-meter-deep shipping channel where it crashed. The plane crashed…

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Lebanese-Israeli off-shore agreement may end the Lebanese financial crisis

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Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Lebanon and Israel are attempting to reach a deal on their shared maritime borders which could solve the financial, social, and political problems that Lebanon has been facing which almost brought the small nation on the Mediterranean Sea to ‘failed-state’ status. US envoy Amos Hochstein and White House Middle east coordinator Brett McGurk have been shuttling between two hotels in New York City while trying to seal a deal between the two neighbors who have been officially at war since 1948.  The sidelines of the annual UN General Assembly have presented an opportunity for…

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