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Sleepy Joe,” as Donald Trump likes to call him, will be the 46th president of the United States—assuming you trust CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times or the Washington Post. At 77, Joe Biden has a lifetime of dubious political experience, most notably as vice president to Barack Obama. Yet he was hardly the strongest candidate the Democrats had to offer this year.
The state of Oregon and its cities like Portland have been defying federal authority for months, if not longer. Now police in one of its cities have decided not only to ignore federal law, but are openly siding with rioters against federal agents who are attempting to apprehend criminals.
The National Commission on COVID-19 and Criminal Justice just released a report on crime rates in U.S. cities before and after the pandemic. The report looked at public data from 27 cites and focused on 11 categories of crime. It concludes that as the pandemic took hold and stay-at-home orders set in, some types of property crime decreased.
Democratic operative David Axelrod says that California Senator Kamala Harris wasn't Joe Biden's top choice for running-mate, and that Harris was picked because of political optics.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan on Wednesday appealed a judge’s ruling that allows efforts to remove her from office to proceed.
A Black Lives Matter mob held a rally in a gentrified neighborhood reportedly in Seattle on Wednesday where they demanded that white people leave their homes and give them to black people.
A 25-year-old North Carolina man was charged with first-degree murder on Wednesday for the killing of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant in front of his home in Wilson.
Donald Trump Jr. has shared a video on social media chronicling “Creepy Joe Biden’s Creepiest Hits.” The video features more than four minutes of footage of the Democratic nominee kissing and/or smelling the hair of girls or young women.
Dictionaries, in keeping up with the cultural use of language, will update definitions for words so that they might more accurately reflect their definitions.