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These sound like reversible decisions. They might not be. “Once you take something offline, it’s really expensive to bring it back. We don’t know if this will be permanent or not,” says Philip Rubio, an expert on the postal service.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin is following every rule, taking every precaution, doing everything she can to reach voters without putting them in danger. It's a source of pride, but it’s also a source of tremendous uncertainty.
"In 1864, we had a national election in the middle of a civil war. And 150,000 Union troops voted absentee in the field. This gives you an idea of what this country can do when it uses its mail service to try to enfranchise as many people as possible."
Khizr Khan didn't use the teleprompter. There was nothing to put on it, because he had written nothing down.
Now is the time to say it as loudly as possible: Harvey is what climate change looks like.
The attorney general has made a total hash of the Mueller report, undermining the very department he runs, writes :