EAST CHICAGO, IN – East Chicago Mayor Anthony Copeland and community leaders attended the official grand reopening of Block Stadium, a baseball stadium originally built in 1942 but recently renovated as part of Mayor’s Copeland public works projects. The May 21st inauguration ceremony was attended by the Block family, community leaders including US Representative Frank J. Mrvan, Councilmember Terence Hill, Light of the World pastor Isaias Campos Jr. among other religious and
The Palace Arsonist By Alejandro Torres Navas el Kiko May 22, 2022 The incendiary, arrogant, self-centered, misogynist, lunatic, victimized, intolerant, fanatic, pernicious, lacerating, persecutory, disqualifying, insulting, discriminatory, incriminating discourse is what has been heard during the almost three years in power of the so-called PEJE, Yes, the same Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the one with the discourse of hate, revenge, resentment, bitterness, rancor, poured fro
Analysis by Harry Enten, CNN Updated 2:17 PM ET, Thu May 5, 2022 President Joe Biden delivers remarks on economic growth, jobs and deficit reduction during an event at the White House on May 4, 2022.
(CNN)Sometimes understanding political opinion is complicated. For example, electoral observers will be trying to comprehend the rise of Donald Trump in American politics for years to come. The story of public opinion ahead of the 2022 midterms, on other hand, is, at t
Floridalma Cruz May 5, 20224:20pm New2-day Gambits have become an essential part of the American judicial system. From Washington to Los Angeles it seems that the traditional methods of intellect and well-versed arguments that would normally stun the average person are no longer necessary. The law book has become just another reference of what should be done, but not what is done. Take for example the leaked draft on the abortion vote made by the nation's highest court. Few p
Ryan W. Miller Ella Lee Trevor Hughes Celina Tebor Claire Thornton USA TODAY WASHINGTON – Anguish and anger erupted across the country Tuesday as abortion rights advocates began flooding the streets, from the steps of the Supreme Court to New York, Nevada, Texas, and California, protesting the potential decision by the nation's highest court to overturn Roe v. Wade. While abortion-rights groups have been warning of the pending decision that would permit states to ban ab