With DeSantis Out of the Race, Floridians Wonder: How Will He Govern Now?

Forgive Florida voters for feeling a little whiplash. Gov. Ron DeSantis appeared unstoppable in late 2022. He had just won re-election, thumping his opponent by nearly 20 percentage points in…

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Haley Reacts as DeSantis Exits 2024 Race: ‘May the Best Woman Win’

Nikki Haley entered a seafood shack in Seabrook, N.H., on Sunday afternoon with some news for the crowd: Ron DeSantis, the governor of Florida, was no longer running for president….

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State Senate leader Toni Atkins joins 2026 race for California governor

State Sen. Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) announced a 2026 run for California governor Friday morning, making the legislative leader the latest entrant in an increasingly crowded race to replace Gov….

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DeSantis Quietly Starts Building His Off-Ramp From 2024 Race

After a humbling loss in Iowa, Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida is starting to signal that he is building an off-ramp from the race for the Republican presidential nomination, a…

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Disinformation, fake news cloud Taiwan’s presidential race

TAIPEI, Taiwan —  Jackie Chiang remembers when her father-in-law was gentle and kind, taking his grandkids to school and peeling cooked shrimp for her at the dinner table. These days, he…

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Rookie Jett Lawrence wins 450 Supercross debut race – Press Enterprise

Jett Lawrence (18) celebrates with a crew member after winning the 450SX Main Event during round 1 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on…

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Rookie Jett Lawrence wins 450 Supercross debut race – Orange County Register

Jett Lawrence (18) celebrates with a crew member after winning the 450SX Main Event during round 1 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on…

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For Claudine Gay, Harvard’s First Black President, Race Was an Unavoidable Issue

In her late September inauguration, Claudine Gay looked out at a packed audience and spoke of her pride in making history as the first Black president of Harvard in its…

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Mass shootings in Mexico become an issue in the presidential race

SALVATIERRA, Mexico —  They crashed the Christmas bash after midnight bearing assault rifles. “The gunmen just went in and began shooting,” said Luis Almanza, whose son was among the revelers smashing…

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Professor Shubha Ghosh Receives a 2023-24 Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity Fellowship

Shubha Ghosh, Crandall Melvin Professor of Law and Director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute, has been awarded a 2023-24 Wikimedia Race and Knowledge Equity (WRKE) Fellowship. The WRKE…

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Republican Voters May Decide Mayor’s Race in Democratic Houston

Leonard Wickers, a 73-year-old carpenter, took a break from building a new house in South Houston to cast a ballot during early voting this week for the city’s mayoral runoff…

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Tony Cárdenas won’t seek reelection in 2024 29th Congressional District race

WASHINGTON —  Tony Cárdenas (D-Pacoima) will not seek reelection in 2024, setting up what could become a contested race for his heavily Democratic San Fernando Valley-based seat. Cárdenas, 60, who was…

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Trump Focuses on Iowa as He Looks to Close Out the Republican Race

The former president has made Iowa his priority, hoping to thin the field and turn his attention to a campaign against President Biden. Source link

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Tamirat Tola Sets NYC Marathon Record To Win Men’s Race As Hellen Obiri Takes Women’s Title

NEW YORK (AP) — Tamirat Tola wasn’t thinking about breaking the New York City Marathon course record as he was running by himself in Central Park for the last few…

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Mike Pence Drops Out of 2024 Presidential Race

Former Vice President Mike Pence, who spent four years dutifully serving President Donald J. Trump but refused to carry out Mr. Trump’s demand that he block the 2020 election results,…

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Anti-Affirmative Action Organization Challenges Race Considerations in Military Academy Admissions

Continuing its efforts questioning the constitutionality of the use of race in higher education admissions, Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) has filed a lawsuit in the District of Maryland against…

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On Race, House Speaker Mike Johnson Says His Views Were Shaped By Raising a Black Child

When Mike Johnson, the new House speaker, talks about race in America, he often draws a striking personal connection, telling the story of how he and his wife, Kelly, “took…

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Laphonza Butler won’t run in California’s 2024 U.S. Senate race

Labor leader and prominent Democratic activist Laphonza Butler, who was appointed to fill Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s seat after the veteran California politician died, announced Thursday that she would not run…

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Laphonza Butler right to bow out of California’s Senate race

Laphonza Butler has been living a whirlwind these last few weeks. Overnight, she went from being a campaign strategist and behind-the-scenes operative — unknown to most, save political insiders —…

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U.S. Marshals Pay $15 Million to Settle Race Discrimination Case

​The U.S. Marshals Service recently settled a long-standing class-action lawsuit alleging racial discrimination in hiring, promotions and job assignments. On Sept. 26, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) granted…

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