GOP reaction to Trump’s embrace of Holocaust denier reveals who still won’t cross him

GOP reaction to Trump’s embrace of Holocaust denier reveals who still won’t cross him

CNN — the one of donald trump meeting with an extremist who denies the Holocaust he is finally drawing significant criticism from the Republican Party and casting doubt on his political viability following the tepid launch of his 2024 campaign. Some Republicans, albeit tentatively and often with caveats of self-protection, are beginning to test whether … Read more

Jim McKee: Cass County’s Humble Beginning

Jim McKee: Cass County’s Humble Beginning

JIM McKEE for the Lincoln Journal Star When American railroads received literally millions of acres of land as grants from federal, state, and local governments to encourage railroad construction, much of that land had to be sold to provide money for materials and labor. Advertising this large amount of real estate required descriptions for people … Read more

Africa: Rock Art: How the South African Coat of Arms Came to Feature an Ancient Painting SAN

Africa: Rock Art: How the South African Coat of Arms Came to Feature an Ancient Painting SAN

A new exhibition in Johannesburg titled !ke e: xarra ke – People that are Different: Come Together celebrates the rock art of the San people, the first inhabitants of southern Africa. Presented by the University of the Witwatersrand’s Rock Art Research Institute and the Origin Centerthe exhibition includes an ultra-high resolution facsimile of a San … Read more

Jim McKee: Cass County’s Humble Beginning |

Jim McKee: Cass County’s Humble Beginning |

When American railroads received literally millions of acres of land as grants from federal, state, and local governments to encourage railroad construction, much of that land had to be sold to provide money for materials and labor. Advertising this large amount of real estate required descriptions for people unfamiliar with anything west of the Missouri … Read more

From America’s Hometown to America’s Capital | Local news

From America’s Hometown to America’s Capital |  Local news

HANNIBAL — A Hannibal native recently returned to Missouri from a three-month internship in the US House of Representatives, crediting her success to skills she learned growing up. Claudia Nichols, a 2020 Hannibal High School graduate, explained that she gained communication and public speaking skills during her “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” as a finalist on the Tom … Read more

US 250 South Rockslide Reduction Project 75% Complete | Local news

US 250 South Rockslide Reduction Project 75% Complete |  Local news

FAIRMONT — The $3.4 million rock wall reduction project that began in February on US 250 South is 75 percent complete and should be open to two-way traffic by the end of the year, according to Jason Nelson, principal engineer for West Virginia Division of Highway projects. “When the project started in February, we never … Read more

‘Six’ fuses the story of Henry VIII’s wives into a rock-pop concert

‘Six’ fuses the story of Henry VIII’s wives into a rock-pop concert

How might the course of Western civilization have been altered if King Henry VIII had been a little less petulant and fickle in his love life? Well, aside from, among other things, helping to undermine the Catholic Church’s hegemony over Britain through the creation of the Church of England, he would not have produced the … Read more

City of Los Angeles voters sent mixed messages, handing victories to both the left and center | PA

City of Los Angeles voters sent mixed messages, handing victories to both the left and center |  PA

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles City Councilman-elect Hugo Soto-Martinez addresses City Council with what he says is a clear mandate to enact bold and progressive policies on housing, homelessness, transportation and other issues. . Soto Martinez, who won his career for more than 10,000 votesHe said the Nov. 8 election showed that residents of his … Read more

Rhode Island AG Supports Designation of Spray Rock Road as a Public Right-of-Way | West

Rhode Island AG Supports Designation of Spray Rock Road as a Public Right-of-Way |  West

WESTERLY — The Rhode Island Attorney General has returned an opinion to the Coastal Resources Management Board supporting and strongly advising the board to approve and designate Spray Rock Road as a public right-of-way to the Westerly shoreline. In a letter sent to the council Monday, Attorney General Peter F. Neronha said he “strongly supports” … Read more

‘Nepo Baby’ is trending everywhere, but what does it mean? | Sand

‘Nepo Baby’ is trending everywhere, but what does it mean?  |  Sand

Find out why Gen Z is using this term and what it really means. In the fashion of Generation Zoomer (yes, that’s the official name of the generation) we have another buzz term that has quickly been reduced to slang: “nepo baby.” The hashtag #nepobaby has already attracted more than 38 million views on the … Read more