Felicia Sonmez, The Washington Post Published 12:31 pm PST, Wednesday, November 21, 2018 Former President Barack Obam, seen here in September, said Tuesday there's no one ideal demographic background for a Democratic candidate to face President Trump. Former President Barack Obam, seen here in September, said Tuesday there's no one ideal demographic background for a Democratic candidate to face President Trump. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Allison Farrand Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Allison Farrand Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Former President Barack Obam, seen here in September, said Tuesday there's no one ideal demographic background for a Democratic candidate to face President Trump. Former President Barack Obam, seen here in September, said Tuesday there's no one … [Read more...] about Obama: ‘I don’t buy’ that a woman or candidate of color can’t win in 2020
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Julie Hinds Detroit Free Press Published 10:11 AM EDT Nov 2, 2018 In "Believed," the remarkable new podcast from Michigan Radio, a woman talks about the appointment she had at age 17 with a doctor named Larry Nassar. She was there to get help for scoliosis. During the exam, Nassar groped her crotch and breast. He watched her get dressed afterward and gave her goodbye hug. Then she drove back to her high school, sat down for lunch with a group of friends, and told them about the awful thing that had just happened to her "I honestly don't know what made me even say something to a group that big," says Brianne Randall-Gay in episode two, titled "How He Got Away," describing events from 2004. "I think I was just so distraught by it, I need to tell someone and I needed to say something because I was trying to work this out in my head." Even if you followed the coverage in 2018 of more than 150 women delivering victim-impact … [Read more...] about ‘Believed’ podcast on Larry Nassar case soars on iTunes charts
POLITICS 10/03/2018 11:45 am ET Hill reflected on Ford's testimony against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. By Alanna Vagianos Anita Hill couldn’t watch Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in real time. “It was difficult to watch in real time because you didn’t really know what the end would be, how it would feel and look at the end of the day,” the attorney and professor said on Tuesday during Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Laguna Niguel, California. “We want to believe that Christine Blasey Ford can survive, that I survived,” she continued. “And that each of us will survive this time and any of the indignities that we have experienced.” The Palo Alto University professor testified in front of the Senate Judicary Committee on Thursday and recounted her allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982 when the two were in … [Read more...] about Anita Hill: ‘We Want To Believe That Christine Blasey Ford Can Survive’
A poll released on Monday shows that one in three — or 31 percent — of Americans believe a foreign country is “likely” to change the vote in November’s midterm elections, an opinion that could be driven by the left-wing media’s — including taxpayer-funded National Public Radio (NPR) — ongoing coverage of the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. The poll, conducted by NPR/Marist, “comes even as there is no evidence Russia or any other country manipulated or tried to manipulate the vote count in 2016 or at any other point in American history.”NPR reports: The results give credence to what election officials have been worried about since at least the summer of 2016: that the intense focus by the media and the federal government on Russia’s election interference efforts could be eroding voters’ confidence in democratic institutions. “There’s been so much … [Read more...] about Poll: One in Three Americans Believe Foreign Entity Will Change Vote in Midterms