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US adults fracture along party lines in support for Ukraine military funding, AP-NORC poll finds

US adults fracture along party lines in support for Ukraine military funding, AP-NORC poll finds

WASHINGTON (AP) — As Russia makes battlefield advances and Ukrainian soldiers run short on ammunition, U.S.
What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch

What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch

The biggest day of this year's primary campaign is approaching as 16 states vote in contests known as Super Tuesday .
The future is now: 16- and 17-year-olds win the right to vote in local elections in a Vermont town

The future is now: 16- and 17-year-olds win the right to vote in local elections in a Vermont town

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont town has acted on the notion that young voters offer hope for the future, giving 16- and 17-year-olds the right to vote next week in local elections.
AP Decision Notes: What to expect in North Dakota's GOP caucuses

AP Decision Notes: What to expect in North Dakota's GOP caucuses

WASHINGTON (AP) — North Dakota will hold its Republican presidential caucuses on Monday, the last chance for Donald Trump’s rivals for the GOP nomination to slow his momentum heading into Super Tuesday , the biggest day of the primary campaign, when
Pennsylvania sets up election security task force ahead of 2024 presidential contest

Pennsylvania sets up election security task force ahead of 2024 presidential contest

HARRISBURG, Pa.
Alberta expecting budget to be restrained but with few cuts

Alberta expecting budget to be restrained but with few cuts

EDMONTON — Albertans have been told to expect financial restraint in today's provincial budget. Premier Danielle Smith signalled a turn to less spending and more saving in a televised address last week.
New Brunswick government reaches settlement deal with two wrongfully convicted men

New Brunswick government reaches settlement deal with two wrongfully convicted men

FREDERICTON — Innocence Canada says a "satisfactory" conditional settlement has been reached between the New Brunswick government and two men who were wrongfully convicted of a 1983 murder.
On famous Trudeau anniversary, no snow, or resignation, in prime minister's forecast

On famous Trudeau anniversary, no snow, or resignation, in prime minister's forecast

OTTAWA — The famous "walk in the snow" that purportedly spurred Pierre Trudeau's departure as prime minister 40 years ago has taken on such mythical proportions in Canadian politics that it even has its own Wikipedia entry. "Noun.
Bill 21: Quebec Court of Appeal to rule on constitutionality of secularism law

Bill 21: Quebec Court of Appeal to rule on constitutionality of secularism law

MONTREAL — The Quebec Court of Appeal will rule today on the constitutionality of the province's secularism law, better known as Bill 21.

Nevada and other swing states need more poll workers. Can lawyers help fill the gap?

RENO, Nev.