Home Daily News A look back: What's the best 'Perry Mason'… Law in Popular Culture By Adam Banner Posted November 8, 2018, 7:00 am CST A few weeks back, I wrote a column reviewing the ABC series “How to Get Away with Murder.” I received a bit of feedback as I often do. Some was positive. Some was negative. It’s the nature of the game, and honestly, regardless of the feedback, I’m just glad to know people actually read the column. One reader explained that he followed my “advice” and watched an episode of “How to Get Away with Murder.” However, I didn’t really recommend the show but rather examined the realistic vs. fantastical elements of the episode I actually watched. Nonetheless, the reader did not appreciate my “recommendation” (and also pointed out the unrealistic issues the series presents). The reader suggested I spend more time reviewing “worthwhile” legal shows, such as Perry Mason. To you, … [Read more...] about A look back: What’s the best ‘Perry Mason’ episode?
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With just over a month before Election Day, Democrats are more likely to regain the majority in the House of Representatives than not. The most recent CBS Battleground Tracker model shows that Democrats are on track to win some 224 seats in the House, which would give them control of the 435-seat chamber. Because every member in the House is up for re-election, there's not exactly a definitive guide to the most important campaigns. There are several interesting races that could determine the balance of the lower chamber, but aren't necessarily the only ones to watch. Here's a rundown of some of the most interesting House races being followed by the CBS Battleground Tracker, and why they matter: Colorado's 6th Congressional District Republican candidate: Mike Coffman (incumbent) Democratic candidate: Jason Crow Rep. Mike Coffman, who was first elected to Congress in 2008, has tried to highlight his independent streak in recent years. Redistricting in 2012 more … [Read more...] about The races that could decide who controls the House