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Ron DeSantis · Tallahassee
Ron DeSantis officially launches 2024 presidential campaign with 'Great American Comeback' video
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday he would seek the 2024 Republican nomination for president, setting up a showdown with his one-time ally, former President Donald Trump, that will shake up the race for the White House. See the Story
48% Center coverage: 74 sources
Florida Politics · Orlando
US Marshals locate 225 missing children in 16 locations, including Orlando
The U.S. Marshals announced that 225 children in 16 different locations, including Orlando, were recovered in a national operation, according to a news release.See the Story
83% Right coverage: 6 sources
Education · Australia
The Budget’s rivers of gold flow toward its pet political ambitions
Brianna McKee says the Budget has an obvious political slant, directing funding at minority groups while failing to address the broader problems in the Australian education system. Funding for Indigenous education highlights the federal government's focus on race as a key issue. Women have been placed at the core of a $3.7 billion agreement between the states and territories to fund vocational education and skills training.See the Story
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2023 Easter celebration events
The Easter lily, or Lilium longiflorum, grows from a bulb buried underground to bear white, trumpeting flowers which face outwards and smell divine. In Christian tradition, lilies were said to have grown in the garden of Gethsemane at the spot where Jesus prayed on the eve of his crucifixion.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 5 sources
Jacinda Ardern · Wellington
Jacinda Ardern bids farewell to New Zealand parliament in tearful address
All New Zealanders should feel politics can be a home for them, former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Wednesday, in a final address to parliament after leading the nation through the COVID-19 pandemic and a terror attack in Christchurch. See the Story
49% Left coverage: 53 sources
Boris Johnson · London
Boris Johnson submits evidence before Partygate grilling
Boris Johnson has submitted evidence to MPs investigating whether he misled Parliament over Covid rule-breaking parties in Downing Street. The former prime minister, who denies misleading MPs, wants his defence to be published as soon as possible.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 45 sources
Gary Lineker · London
BBC chair Richard Sharp under growing pressure to quit over Gary Lineker row
Gary Lineker was suspended by the BBC after a three-day row over a tweet. He had likened the government's language around asylum seekers to Germany in the 30s. The BBC said it had decided Lineker would step back from presenting Match of the Day. But after a weekend of protests by presenters, cancelled programming and cries of foul play, Lineker has been reinstated.See the Story
54% Left coverage: 13 sources
Google Doodle Celebrates Mutual Support for International Women's Day
International Women’s Day falls on Wednesday, March 18. Bridport Library has planned a day of events to mark the day. From 11.30am on this day, the library will be joined by a selection of inspirational female writers. There will be a talk with local Nigerian-British writer Nikki May, author of Wahala: a Razor-Sharp Debut of Love, Race and Friendship.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 51 sources
International Women's Day
YWCA NorthEastern NY celebrates International Women's Day through Schenectady art exhibit
More than 100 people marched from City Hall to Court Square Saturday morning as part of the event. Local women leaders, students and other community figures shared messages of female empowerment and unity on the courthouse steps. Event emcee Melody Pannell recognized the first woman of color to serve on the New York Town Council.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources