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Brian Sims

Charlie N. Sims, 81, of Newburgh, Indiana, passed away Thursday, June 4, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family. Charlie was born Oct. 21, 1938, in Pike County, Indiana, to Lyndon and Pansy ...

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Remembering the life of Charles Sims 1938 - 2020

Charlie N. Sims, 81, of Newburgh, Indiana, passed away Thursday, June 4, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family. Charlie was born Oct. 21, 1938, in Pike County, Indiana, to Lyndon and Pansy ...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Washington Times-Herald

Apologize, bully or deflect?

Politicians used to apologize for their mistakes or bad behavior, but the GOP has increasingly turned to one of two other re-sponses: bullying their critics or going the whataboutism route.

discovered 3 weeks ago on The Pottsville Republican & Herald

'Grandfather of the gay rights movement' gets his due in 'The Deviant's War'

One of the most widely held myths about the fight for LGBTQ equality is that it started at New York...

discovered 3 weeks ago on NBC Universal

Baltimore City Council to be reshaped as Tuesday’s election poised to usher in slew of newcomers

More than a third of the Baltimore City Council will turn over after Tuesday’s primary, as at least...

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D.C. and Maryland LGBTQ candidates largely fall short in primary elections - Metro Weekly

Local LGBTQ candidates largely fell short in their bids for office on Tuesday, with two of three...

discovered 3 weeks ago on Metro Weekly

Knowles denies insulting fellow representative

Jerry Knowles has denied insulting another state representative, and two of his fellow legislators are backing him. “He is claiming I called him a little...

discovered 3 weeks ago on The Pottsville Republican & Herald

Seven Pa. incumbent lawmakers may be at risk of losing their Senate or House seat

Larry Farnese of Philadelphia and Daylin Leach of Montgomery County, and Reps. Jim Roebuck, Brian ...

discovered 3 weeks ago on The Patriot-News

Pennsylvania Lawmaker Under Fire for Waiting a Week to Reveal COVID-19 Diagnosis

Lewis, from a Harrisburg-area district, said he was tested two weeks ago, learned the results last week and stayed quiet out of respect for others in his circle. Rep. Brian

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