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#TBT: Margaret Chase Smith and her ‘place in the sun’

(CNN)It’s tough to state exactly what Margaret Chase Smith is finest kept in mind for. Throughout her 3 years in Congress, Chase served in both chambers and provided among the Senate’s many remarkable speeches. She likewise ran for president if that wasn’t enough of a mark. Margaret Chase was born in Maine in 1897. She worked as an instructor, a telephone operator and at a paper. She wed Clyde Smith in 1930, 6 years prior to the Maine Republican won a seat in the United States House. Margaret got her very first taste of Washington while operating in her other half’s workplace , when he passed away in 1940, she ran in an unique election to end up out his term. Inning accordance with a House bio , she beat her Republican main opposition 10-to-one. Without a Democratic opposition, she won her late other half’s seat, ending up being the... Readmore

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31 Mar
US signals openness to Assad staying put

US signals openness to Assad staying put

(CNN)The Trump administration doubled down Thursday on focusing on the battle versus ISIS over ending the Syrian civil war and eliminating its primary lead character, President Bashar al-Assad– a recommendation that was quickly slammed by hawks on the Hill. Indicating... Readmore

31 Mar
Mike Flynn indicates he would testify in Trump-Russia inquiry in exchange for immunity

Mike Flynn indicates he would testify in Trump-Russia inquiry in exchange for immunity

Ousted for deceptive White House about conversations with Russian ambassador, ex-national security consultant might have used to affirm prior to FBI and Congress Donald Trumps previous nationwide security advisor, Michael Flynn , has all however verified that he provided to... Readmore

31 Mar
Alien intelligence: the extraordinary minds of octopuses and other cephalopods

Alien intelligence: the extraordinary minds of octopuses and other cephalopods

After a startling encounter with a cuttlefish, Australian philosopher Peter Godfrey-Smith set out to explore the mysterious lives of cephalopods. He was left asking: why do such smart creatures live such a short time? Inches above the seafloor of Sydneys... Readmore

31 Mar
Tammy Duckworth joins effort to block Neil Gorsuch confirmation vote

Tammy Duckworth joins effort to block Neil Gorsuch confirmation vote

Illinois senator slammed Gorsuchs rejection to satisfy, as more than 30 Democrats prepare now prepare not to support Donald Trumps supreme court candidate Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth revealed Thursday that she would sign up with fellow Democrats in obstructing a... Readmore

31 Mar
Interior Planning Tips For Someone Looking To Improve Their Home

Interior Planning Tips For Someone Looking To Improve Their Home

Figuring out how to fix your home is essential to getting the property value up. With a bit of research, you can find lots of ways to help improve the look of your home. This article is a great starting... Readmore

31 Mar
Anarchist Cookbook author William Powell dies aged 66

Anarchist Cookbook author William Powell dies aged 66

Man behind handbook for violent disobedience, utilized in a variety of prominent killings, had long repented publishing and relied on charitable work The author of among the most well-known books of the last century passed away of a cardiac arrest... Readmore

31 Mar
Aung San Suu Kyi: Myanmar’s great hope fails to live up to expectations

Aung San Suu Kyi: Myanmar’s great hope fails to live up to expectations

A year after her party swept to power, the Nobel laureate faces questions over her leadership and silence on persecution It was never meant to be this way. The script called for the lead actor, a Nobel prize winner, to... Readmore

31 Mar
The robot debate is over: the jobs are gone and they aren’t coming back

The robot debate is over: the jobs are gone and they aren’t coming back

New report reveals automation is currently triggering losses, depressing earnings and most likely to have long lasting, destructive impact I n 2013, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) in the United States is set to be an even larger... Readmore

31 Mar
Moscow’s big move: is this the biggest urban demolition project ever?

Moscow’s big move: is this the biggest urban demolition project ever?

In what might be the biggest urban demolition project ever, 10% of Moscows housing stock will be torn down and 1.6 million people resettled as the citys Khrushchevka flats are destroyed. But residents are fighting back In the 1970s, machinist... Readmore

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