Friday, March 18, 2016

Mom wants teacher fired over racial comment during study of Huckleberry Finn

Mom wants teacher fired over racial comment during study of Huckleberry Finn

A Boston Latin School teacher who allegedly addressed a black student using the n-word is under investigation after the student and her mother asked for the woman to be fired in a meeting with the prestigious exam school's headmaster.

GOP establishment plots against Trump behind closed doors

Fearful of a Donald Trump nomination to lead the GOP, conservative leaders huddled privately in Washington on Thursday in search of a plan to stop the billionaire businessman. His Republican rivals braced for another Trump victory, this time in delegate-rich Arizona.

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News, Commentary, Discussions

FBI's claims of weakened surveillance powers are 'a crock'
The FBI's claims that its powers of surveillance have "gone dark" are a "crock", Apple boss Tim Cook has told Time magazine.

Rubio rules out vice president, Florida governor run
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, who recently gave up his bid for Republican presidential nomination, said he is not interested in being a vice president or immediately pursuing another elected office.

Sen. Casey says he will continue efforts for gun control
U.S. Sen. Robert P. Casey Jr. Jr., who did an about-face on gun control three years ago, came to Philadelphia on Monday to talk with like-minded individuals about his efforts and to solicit their ideas.

Threatening letter sent to Trump son's home
A law enforcement official says New York City police and the FBI are investigating a threatening letter sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump's son, Eric.

Voters Have Defeated the Establishment, Can Still Decide Nominee
After years of pushing unwelcome candidates on an unhappy conservative base, the GOP Establishment has been soundly defeated in 2016.

Oregon Democrats already working to change new minimum wage law
Two Democratic leaders in the Oregon Legislature said they'll propose changes to Oregon's new minimum wage law next year, including lower rates.

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GOP senators propose stricter sanctions on Iran

Paul Ryan Hints at Convention Showdown to Select GOP Nominee

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