Who’s No. 2 in 2020?

( CNN) There’s no question who the frontrunner is, right now, in the 2020 hasten. It’s Joe Biden. THE POINT — NOW ON YOUTUBE! In each chapter of his weekly YouTube show, Chris Cillizza will delve a little deeper into…

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Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourkes teenage hacker life

Mayor Pete Buttgieg Image: Getty Images With the 2020 presidential hasten once heating up for Democrat, one of the most perplexing questions has been how to pronounce the refer of South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Butt-i-gig? Beyoo-tee-geeg? It’s a tricky…

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Mayor Pete Enlists a Silicon Valley Vet to Bring In the Money

Presidential safaruss get compared to a lot of things: a marathon, a film. Or a battleship. An iceberg. An “MRI of the mind.” More recently, the metaphor of selection has been the tech startup. Even amid a growing backlash to…

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Joe Morrissey is Virginia Democrats’ newest headache

( CNN) It’s been a year for Virginia Democrat. Who is Joe Morrissey, “youre asking”? Well, he’s almost certainly the next Democratic government senator in Virginia’s 16 th district, where he ousted incumbent Sen. Rosalyn Dance on Tuesday night.( No…

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Ted Cruz floats another theory of how Twitter is censoring conservatives

Sen. Ted Cruz( R-Texas) criticized Twitter’s algorithm on Sunday, frankly wondering why he was receiving suggestions to see tweets from a number of Democratic lawmakers because he obeys Republican members of Congress. Cruz appeared to be trying to highlight complaints…

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New York’s Privacy Bill Is Even Bolder Than California’s

As tech giants and lobbying groups race to defang California’s landmark consumer privacy law before it takes effect next year, lawmakers on the other side of the country are considering a proposal that &# x27; s even more drastic. The…

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Ocasio-Cortez waits tables to raise awareness for increasing minimum wage

( CNN) When most bartenders shake up margaritas, the bars don’t frequently erupt in praises — but most bartenders aren’t Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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Our glorious past is what we remember. The brutality behind it weve forgotten | Gary Younge

We have wilful amnesia about the reprehensible events of our recent history, says Guardian editor Gary Younge Immediately after the second world war, German people were required to watch programmes about the frights of the internment camp before they could…

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‘It’s not about Trump’: mixed emotions in Portsmouth over president’s D-day visit

Police gearing up for demonstrates as frights flourish trip will detract from ex-servicemen on 75 th anniversary Over the decades, the city of Portsmouth has hosted D-day anniversary events with honour and sensitivity. Its citizens have fond memories of gratify…

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Democrats see energy behind teachers strikes as a force in 2020

Charleston, South Carolina( CNN) 2020 could become the year of the teacher.

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