Politics As Rick Scott Eyes Senate, Evolving Florida Governor Faces Toughest Test Yet Listen · 4:38 4:38 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/600250760/600780545" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Enlarge this image Gov. Rick Scott, R-Fla., is expected to announce his challenge to Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., on Monday. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Joe Raedle/Getty Images Gov. Rick Scott, R-Fla., is expected to announce his challenge to Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., on Monday. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Florida Gov. Rick Scott's expected entrance into the Senate race against Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson gives the GOP a top-flight recruit with deep pockets in an expensive state, shifting the battlefield map for 2018. Republicans are daring Democrats to try … [Read more...] about As Rick Scott Eyes Senate, Evolving Florida Governor Faces Toughest Test Yet
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader The Fix Analysis Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events by Aaron Blake by Aaron Blake Email the author April 12 Email the author Another person peddling derogatory information about President Trump during the 2016 campaign; another potential payoff. That's the impression left by new reports by the New Yorker and the Associated Press detailing a $30,000 payment made by the National Enquirer's parent company to a former doorman, Dino Sajudin, who said he had heard rumors of Trump fathering a … [Read more...] about There’s a new story about a possible Trump hush-money payment. Here’s what’s suspicious about the deal.
In 2016 the average family home in America was almost 2,500 square feet. Robert Crum/Shutterstock House sizes in America have nearly doubled since the 1960s. Owning a large home with a wealth of amenities has become intrinsically linked with living the 'American dream.' These homes raise a number of ethical concerns. For example, the upkeep they require is generally facilitated by low-wage laborers. The United States is facing a housing crisis: Affordable housing is inadequate, while luxury homes abound. Homelessness remains a persistent problem in many areas of the country. Despite this, popular culture has often focused on housing as an opportunity for upward mobility: the American Dream wrapped within four walls and a roof. The housing industry has contributed to this belief as it has promoted ideals of "living better." Happiness is marketed as living with both more space and more amenities. As an architect and scholar who examines how we shape buildings … [Read more...] about American family homes are getting bigger than ever, but US homeowners don’t fully understand the consequences of living big
London Breed was poised to become the first African-American woman to lead San Francisco following a hard-fought campaign when a former state senator conceded and congratulated her Wednesday, more than a week after the election. Breed, president of the Board of Supervisors, was leading Leno by fewer than 1,900 votes Tuesday with about 245,000 ballots tallied and at least 9,000 ballots left to count. Her lead has been increasing since Saturday. The elections office was set to release an updated tally at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Mark Leno told reporters crammed into his tiny print shop that he had a positive conversation and that Breed was gracious. "She is a remarkable young woman and she is going to do a very fine job. Her success is San Francisco's success," he said. Breed's campaign had no immediate comment, but she is expected to comment later Wednesday. Leno, 66, did not rule out a future run for office. In his remarks, he thanked fellow candidates, especially Supervisor Jane Kim, who … [Read more...] about 1st African-American Woman Set to be San Francisco Mayor