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12 MAY 2022
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How did Trump-backed candidates perform in recent GOP primaries?
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    Four takeaways from Tuesday’s primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia. [Read free here]
    New York Times (Moderate Left) • Factual Grade 80% • 6 min read

    Representative Alex Mooney [backed by former President Trump] resoundingly defeated Representative David McKinley in West Virginia. But in Nebraska, Mr. Trump’s preferred candidate for governor, Charles W. Herbster, lost in a three-way race to Jim Pillen, who had the backing of the departing Gov. Pete Ricketts.
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    Mr. Herbster had tried to make the Nebraska governor’s primary a referendum on Mr. Trump. He called it “a proxy war between the entire Republican establishment” and the former president. He cited Mr. Trump at every opportunity. But the race became about Mr. Herbster himself, after he faced accusations of groping.
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    Mr. Trump is backing two more Republican candidates for governor, in Idaho and Georgia, both of whom are challenging Republican incumbents and neither of whom is favored to win. Mr. Trump’s picks for Senate in North Carolina and Pennsylvania both have a chance to win in next week’s primaries.
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    Trump-backed candidates split results in key Republican primaries in West Virginia, Nebraska.
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    Is Trump's hold on the GOP waning? We’re about to find out.
    ABC News (Moderate Left) • Factual Grade 79% • 9 min read

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Why did Sen. Susan Collins call the police over chalk messages outside her home?


    Officers responded to a call at 9:20 p.m. on Saturday after the message appeared on a public sidewalk on West Broadway. It read: "Susie, please, Mainers want WHPA —> vote yes...

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Is it acceptable to protest outside the homes of government officials?

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Did the #MeToo movement change your opinion on the prevalence of sexual assault?

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Context: Celebrity chef acquitted of sexual harassment charges in #MeToo trial.

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No - It's always been depressingly clear that too many men - especially men in power - throughout our history have gotten away with treating women in reprehensible ways. The #metoo movement didn't change my opinion of this situation, but I am glad it has shed more light on the situation. It is very sad that some women have taken advantage of the situation, and they should be called out for it, but it does not in any way diminish the number of men who have taken advantage of *their* situation without being called out.


Yes - But, I have mixed thoughts. I’m a senior citizen and therefore spent my youth in a different era. Aggressive sexual overtures were more acceptable. I don’t mean rape, I just mean phy...



No - While I think the Me Too movement was important to root out some especially egregious and ingrained bad actors, I also th...



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Which parties are responsible for the death of a prominent Al Jazeera reporter?


    The Palestinian Health Ministry said Shireen Abu Akleh, 51, a journalist for Al Jazeera [and U.S. citizen], was hit in the head by live fire. A second reporter, Ali Samodi, sustai...

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What does the first federal report on indigenous boarding schools reveal?


    The U.S. operated 408 boarding schools for Indigenous children across 37 states or then-territories between 1819 and 1969 — half of them likely supported by religio...

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Why did drug overdose deaths continue to rise in 2021?


    Over a 12-month period, more than 103,000 overdose deaths were recorded in the U.S., according to the National Center for Health Statistics, which is part of the CDC. However, the number of...

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