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  • Good News for Trump: Democrats Keep Changing Their Impeachment Accusations

    Thomas Jipping Politics, Americas Actions, meet consequences. As House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., passed the impeachment inquiry baton to the Judiciary Committee this week, he said the central allegation against President Donald Trump is that the president “solicited foreign interference in the 2020 presidential election.” This accusation will likely be the heart of any articles of impeachment the Judiciary Committee produces against the president. If that’s the Democrats’...

    The National Interest
  • Even Good News Comes With Bad News

    We’re long past the era of having nice things, and that’s doubly true when it comes to the climate. So it’s fitting that even on a day when there’s a bit of good news about coal’s decline, we also learned that greenhouse gases in the atmosphere hit a new peak. More

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  • More news is good news! Channel Ten announces new 90-minute bulletin hosted by Sandra Sully

    Channel Ten will launch an extended 90-minute news bulletin this week, the network has confirmed.

    Mail Online
  • RIP to Kimba, a Very Good Giraffe

    The Cincinnati Zoo, home to celebrity hippo Fiona and erstwhile home to celebrity gorilla Harambe, has lost another special animal. Read more

    Jezebel
  • Sales of New Homes Rip Higher

    In a big sign of economic confidence, Americans went on a home buying spree in September and October. | Economy

    Breitbart
  • When the delayed resignation of a felon counts as good news.

    The delayed resignation of a felon now counts as a reprieve from the metastasis of unaccountability.

    Slate Magazine
  • On Thanksgiving, Take a Moment to Focus on the Good News

    At a time when our country seems as divided as ever and many are talking as if the end times are coming, it's more important than ever to look at what we should be thankful for. Unemployment is at its lowest level in nearly 50 years. Poverty is down, too. Since 1990, average life expectancy in the United States increased from 75.4 to 78.6 years. Our workplaces are also safer, as demonstrated by the 30 percent decline in the rate of workplace deaths from 1992 to 2017 and a 69 percent drop in the...

    Reason.com