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Early this month, Facebook announced the first hard evidence of Russian efforts to spread disinformation over social media during the election: 470 fake accounts and pages, which paid $100,000 to run … more
Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee violated their supposedly sacrosanct principles of fiscal hawkishness this week, by saying that it would be just fine with them to add $1.5 trillion to the … more
A quirky thing about government programs is that, in addition to costs, there are benefits, the latter of which may also include revenue. Yet in the case of U.S. refugee programs, xenophobes seeking an upper hand in the Trump administration have … more
It was announced earlier this month that a citizens group, which received settlement money from Walmart in exchange for dropping its opposition to the Walmart's planned expansion, granted $100,000 of said funds to the Putnam Block redevelopment … more
Monday in Bennington began with a bit of excitement. An active shooter was reported at the State Office Complex, prompting police to place the facility under lockdown. No one was allowed in or out while Bennington Police searched the area. As it … more
Back in January, the Arlington community was shocked to learn that one of its own, Helen Jones, 81, had been stabbed to death in her own home. Following the news came weeks of apprehension and uncertainty. It wasn't until March that an arrest was … more
The Cassini spacecraft embarked on its cosmic journey across our solar system two decades ago. After 4.9 billion miles of travel, the mission came to an end early Friday morning in a bittersweet finale as the orbiter ran out of fuel and crashed into … more
This page doesn't often agree with President Donald Trump, but we're on board with his observation that most Americans oppose deportation for "dreamers" - young undocumented immigrants, mainly in their teens and 20s, in most cases brought to the … more
Recently, New Hampshire, which has seen more than its share of hucksters over the years, welcomed another carnival barker.Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and the vice-chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, … more
Privacy is dead.It's been dead for a while now, actually, only it's just beginning to raise a smell.Friday, it was announced by Equifax, a credit reporting agency few had likely heard of until recently, that the personal information of just about … more
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