In 2019, Rep. Deb Haaland (D-N.M.) pressed a Trump administration Interior Department official about his history of ridiculing Native Americans over their religious beliefs regarding sacred lands. After downplaying his 2009 statement as one made “as a private attorney representing private clients,” William Perry Pendley, then-acting director of the Bureau […]
How to handle a tiny living space? We asked a Below Deck crew member.
Winter will suck. We gathered some of Vox’s coziest minds to help you make it suck less. When New York City went into a shelter-in-place directive in March 2020, I learned that I am impossibly terrible at living in a confined space. New Yorkers don’t expect to spend 23 hours […]
You asked, we answered: Mail-in voting in Massachusetts – News – The Enterprise, Brockton, MA
Some voters are still getting the hang of this newly expanded mail-in voting system. We’re here to help. With the clock ticking down and Election Day looming, many Massachusetts voters have already voted early in person or shipped off their ballots to be counted. But some voters are still getting […]
Avondale residents asked to give input on planned Innovation Greenway
CINCINNATI — While plans and construction are moving forward in the research and tech-focused Uptown Innovation Corridor in Avondale, there are also plans to make sure there is space for gatherings, walks and biking. “We knew that to truly distinguish this Innovation Corridor from those across the country, we really […]
Thinking About Adopting the Neighborhood Stray Cat? We Asked a Vet For Advice!
British Shorthair cat lying on the gray chair. Copy-space As someone who has taken in five stray cats over the last decade, I’m aware of how deeply rewarding the process can be. Although adopting a wayward kitty might seem like a tall order at first, people are often surprised at […]