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The US Government just shut down. Now what?

Today marks the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s Inauguration as President. Thousands are marching in the streets, Congress has run out of money, and the government just shut down. Here’s how it works: each fiscal year, until congress comes up with a detailed budget resolution, federal funding is allocated month by month, through a type […]

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How a Local US Election is Shaping a National Political Discourse

Historically, the true test of any new US President is his party’s performance in the midterm elections, which take place two years after he ascends to the presidency. During these biennial elections, nearly 470 local and statewide officials are up for reelection across the United States, and while most remain in the hands of the […]