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Thursday, February 20, 2020

'Billionaire who calls people fat broads and horse-faced lesbians'

'Billionaire who calls people fat broads and horse-faced lesbians'

(AP) -- LAS VEGAS -- From the opening bell, Democrats unleashed an aggressive verbal assault on New York billionaire Mike Bloomberg and raised new questions about Bernie Sanders’ take-no-prisoners politics in a contentious debate Wednesday night on the Las Vegas Strip.

The former New York City mayor was forced to defend his divisive record on race, gender and Wall Street in his debate-stage debut, while Sanders, appearing in his ninth of the 2020 primary season, tried to beat back pointed questions about his health and his ability to defeat President Donald Trump this fall.

It was a raucous affair just three days before Nevada voters decide the third contest of the Democratic Party’s turbulent 2020 primary season. Bloomberg won’t be on the ballot Saturday, yet he faced intense scrutiny on national television for the first time, having faced relatively little in his surprisingly swift rise from nonpartisan megadonor to top-tier contender.

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

On Infrastructure: Buttigieg Casts Doubt on Gas Taxes, Touts Rail

On Infrastructure: Buttigieg Casts Doubt on Gas Taxes, Touts Rail RICHMOND, Va. -- Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is critical of the federal government's use of gas taxes and its failures to improve rail service -- issues that both are hot topics in Virginia. The United for Infrastructure conference in Las Vegas, billed as the first 2020 campaign event to focus on the issue, featured Democratic candidates Buttigieg, Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. ...(Read More)

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Congress OKs $25 Million to Fight Asian Carp

Congress OKs $25 Million to Fight Asian Carp NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee will receive federal funding to fight Asian carp as part of a $25 million budget appropriation recently passed by Congress. Asian carp are now found in all three of Tennessee's major waterways, from the Mississippi River to the Tennessee River, north of Chattanooga. ...(Read More)

Monday, February 17, 2020

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Sunday, February 16, 2020

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