Jon Stewart’s back. Here’s why we should care.

When Stewart took over from ousted bro-caster Craig Kilborn as host of the “Daily Show” in 1999, it was a much needed injection of Gen-X caustic spirit. The host winked with his audience to the post-Cold War absurdity, the Clinton-era imperium, his bow-tied Thunderdome, Gore, and the testimony of the …

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Say no to armed militias and warlords | My opinion

Raúl Torrez, district attorney for New Mexico’s 2nd Judicial District (including Albuquerque and Bernalillo County), recently won a huge victory for the rule of law and against the functioning of armed militias and local warlords in New Mexico. -Mexico. Last summer, the New Mexico Civil Guard, a right-wing armed militia, …

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Children’s Home Society adds new playground equipment

HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) – When children are placed in the foster care system, it can be difficult for them to adjust. While social workers do their best to find them a home, they also strive to create a child-friendly environment. With a few helping hands and a little elbow grease, …

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Is Letitia James running for governor of New York?

“A number of people approached me for a higher position,” she said, although she repeatedly insisted that she was focusing on her current job. But when asked to characterize these conversations, Ms. James did not hesitate. “That I should consider it because of my leadership, my ability to speak the …

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Europe’s center-left makes a comeback

At some point in the last decade you will have read that Social Democracy is near death, living its final days in a few corners of Europe as a world it has struggled with to keep pace evolves. At some point this week, however, after the success of the center-left …

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