Bob Goodlatte


Rugby League's Rob Burrow to read CBeebies Bedtime Story

Former Rugby League player Rob Burrow is set to read the CBeebies Bedtime Story on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Rob, who used to play for Leeds Rhinos, lives with motor neurone disease (MND) and will be using an eye-controlled computer to read the story. The computer recreates...
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NBC New York

Biden Hosts French Leader Amid Climate Law Dispute

Presidents Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron are celebrating the longstanding U.S.-French relationship — but these are friends with differences. The French president is using his visit to Washington to sharply criticize aspects of the U.S. president’s signature climate law as a bad deal for Europe. Biden is set...
NBC San Diego

India May Be Set to Become Third Largest Economy by 2030, Overtaking Japan and Germany

S&P's forecast is based on the projection that India's annual nominal gross domestic product growth will average 6.3% through 2030. Similarly, Morgan Stanley estimates that India's GDP is likely to more than double from current levels by 2031. S&P's projection hinges on the continuation of India's trade and financial liberalization,...
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Analysis: Under Jiang, China projected a more open image

With his death, former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin leaves behind a very different China than the one he tried to shape. Now it’s Xi Jinping’s nation. It’s also a country in the throes of protests against “zero-COVID” lockdowns that saw protesters take to the streets of Beijing and Shanghai and call for an end to Communist Party rule. Jiang’s exit came smack in the middle of the most visible demonstrations since the 1989 bloodshed on Tiananmen Square. Looking at his leadership underscores the difference between the China of the late 1990s and early 2000s and today’s more insular and, in some cases, more authoritarian society.
Daily Northwestern

The Daily’s Guide to celebrating the holidays on campus

The holiday season is back. Here are some upcoming events around Northwestern’s campus, from performances to holiday treats and get-togethers. The South Area leadership team planned an event with cookies, ice cream and card games for 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1 in the Shepard Hall lobby. Students can enjoy sweet treats and sit in on a friendly card game.
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Applications open for Richland Mayor’s city council seat replacement

RICHLAND, Wash. – The Richland City Council is accepting applications for the soon-to-be open council seat 7, which is currently occupied by Mayor Michael Alvarez. Per the results of the 2022 midterm elections, Alvarez will serve as a Benton County Commissioner beginning in January 2023. As you cannot be...
GW Hatchet

Student Bar Association Senate simplifies legislative processes

The Student Bar Association Senate Tuesday unanimously approved a bill internally clarifying and simplifying the rules regulating the process of submitting, preparing and presenting legislation to the senate. The Clarifying Legislative Procedural Rules Act drops the requirement for executive officers who are otherwise unaffiliated with the senate to be included...

East Lincoln faces South Point team with loads of tradition, option offense

Just because East Lincoln has taken down the No.1 seed in the West doesn’t mean the Mustangs can take a breather. South Point enters with an electric offense and just a single loss to Kings Mountain. Following a theme of teams that advance deep in the playoffs, quarterback Patrick...

Lincoln County board denies rezonings for Denver developments

LINCOLNTON – Citing limited access to the development, the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners denied a request for up to 55 homes on roughly 30 acres near the intersection of North Little Egypt and Optimist Club roads, but a last-minute site plan alteration may have saved a larger proposal on adjacent land from meeting the same fate.
Daily Gazette

Schenectady Festival of Trees to start Saturday

The Schenectady County Historical Society and YWCA Northeastern NY will light up with over 70 Christmas trees starting this Saturday for its annual fundraiser, the Festival of Trees. “The Festival of Trees is our holiday celebration,” said Mary Zawacki, the executive director of SCHS. “It’s meant to be a bright...
Talon Marks

I’m an Uncle Tom??? Really?!!!

Is it really that bad for black people to vote another way than the majority? Should they get ridiculed for thinking the way that they want to think? I don’t think so. Black Americans are predominately liberal democrats and these same democrats tend to think that conservative republicans are all about greed and selfishness.