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- How This Former White House Staffer Is Breaking The Glass Ceiling For Black Women In Politics
Founded in 2019, Black Girl 44 is funded by Dyer and other Black women who served during the Obama administration. Finances should not be a reason why Black students cannot pursue internships. ...
Forbes. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Consumers Demand a Stance on Social and Political Issues. Are You Ready to Speak Out?
Consumer activism is driving the new Dollar Democracy. Can your brand afford to remain in neutral territory?
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Kazakh Activist Abishev Again Denied Early Release
A court in Kazakhstan has again rejected an early-release request for ailing activist Kenzhebek Abishev, who has been recognized by domestic human rights organizations as a political
Radio Liberty. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Trump ranked worst president in survey of scholars
President Trump came in last place in an ranking of "presidential greatness," according to the 2018 Presidents and Executive Politics
Presidential Greatness Survey released Monday.
CBS News. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Ronan Farrow on why Karen McDougal spoke out on alleged Trump affair
The White House is denying a new report that President Trump had an extramarital affair before he launched his political
CBS News. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Greg Gutfeld: How arrogant are 'woke' comedians claiming to know more about trans issues than Caitlyn Jenner?
Sarah Silverman used to be fun, now she's a political
activist trying to Trans-splain competitive sports to Caitlyn Jenner
Fox News. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Colonial Pipeline attack: Russian DarkSide hackers style themselves as Robin Hood
DarkSide, which is made up of veteran cybercriminals but insists it is not political, spares Russian, Kazakh and Ukrainian-speaking companies.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 11 May 2021.
- Georgian Opposition Leader Released In Tbilisi After EU Posts Bail
The Tbilisi City Court ruled to release opposition leader Nikia Melia from pretrial detention after the European Union posted his bail to help end Georgia's protracted political
Radio Liberty. Monday, 10 May 2021.
- Oklahoma boys are removed from class for wearing BLM t-shirts because 'politics is banned'
Mother Jordan Herbert said her sons Bentlee and Rodney, who attend different schools in Ardmore, were both removed from class because of their t-shirts last Tuesday.
Daily Mail. Monday, 10 May 2021.
- Our America: Radio Saigon connects 130,000+ Vietnamese Americans living in greater Houston area
to racism, no topic is off the table for the disc jockeys at Radio Saigon Houston, a local Vietnamese-language AM radio station.
ABC News. Monday, 10 May 2021.
- Singapore's foreign minister says Covid won't go away completely, warns against complacency
Vivian Balakrishnan, a medical doctor before entering politics, said subsequent waves of coronavirus infections will be a usual occurrence in the coming years.
CNBC. Monday, 10 May 2021.
- Former Delaware governor, Republican presidential candidate Pierre S. 'Pete' du Pont IV dies
Born to wealth, du Pont broke with family tradition, forgoing a comfortable career with his family's chemical company for a life in politics
ABC News. Sunday, 9 May 2021.
- One-time presidential hopeful Jeb Bush says 'hyper focus on DC politics is wrong'
Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida and Republican contender for president in 2016, slammed a "hyper focus on DC politics" amid a leadership battle in the House Republican Conference among those who believe Rep. ...
Fox News. Saturday, 8 May 2021.
- Jonathan Bush, Last of a Political Generation, Dies at 89
While working in finance he was a force in New York Republican politics
and supported the political
careers of his older brother, George, and his nephews George W. and Jeb.
New York Times. Thursday, 6 May 2021.
- Troubles: Unilateral move by UK on veterans would 'breach trust'
parties have reacted with anger to UK proposals to ban Troubles-era prosecutions.
BBC News. Thursday, 6 May 2021.
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