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Trump’s First GOP Challenger Stumps in N.H.

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld held some of his first campaign stops as a GOP presidential candidate for 2020 in New Hampshire on Tuesday. The first Republican to challenge President Donald Trump, Weld officially announced his intentions on Monday. Weld last ran as the vice presidential nominee on the Libertarian Party ticket with Gary Johnson

Beyond the Picket Line: Looking Back at the Stop and Shop Strike

Referred to as the “strike leader” by coworkers, full-time Stop and Shop grocery clerk John Moynihan was unafraid to spend ten days outside picketing for fair contracts after recent proposed changes to United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) contracts with Stop and Shop.   Yet after the grocery chain reached a tentative contract agreement with

Life on the Streets: Sick with nowhere to go

For those who are housed, feeling the first tinges of a winter cold or flu means settling in on the couch with hot tea and soup, a warm comforter and a list of Netflix movies to watch. Rest, fluids and access to a warm shower and a clean toilet let the immune system eventually kick

“Release the Report!”: Citizens rally for Mueller’s full report

On Thursday, April 4th, hundreds of demonstrators protested at the Boston Common in the late afternoon to call for the Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report to be released to the public. Mueller’s report contains the findings of his investigation into whether Russia interfered in the 2016 election. The highly anticipated report was also expected to