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Latoyia Edwards and David Paleologos presented at a Ford Hall Forum about issues ahead of the 2024 election.

Pollster David Paleologos talks election ahead of 2024

Leo Woods, Photo Editor October 24, 2023

Suffolk University’s Political Research Center Director David Paleologos discussed some of the critical issues that are set to shape the upcoming presidential election Oct. 20 as part of the Ford Hall...

In the nation: police call for move over law updates, Gov. Healey passes housing bill, Powell pleads guilty in Georgia election case, Mass. to end emergency sheltering guarantee

In the nation: police call for ‘move over’ law updates, Gov. Healey passes housing bill, Powell pleads guilty in Georgia election case, Mass. to end emergency sheltering guarantee

Mass. police call for updates to 'move over' law Massachusetts first responders spoke in front of the State House Oct. 17 to voice their support to expedite the passage of multiple bills by the state...

In the nation: Scalise drops from Speaker race, RFK Jr. registers as independent, Israel declares war, Santos accused of identity theft

In the nation: Scalise drops from Speaker race, RFK Jr. registers as independent, Israel declares war, Santos accused of identity theft

Louisiana Rep. Scalise drops out of House speaker race Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana dropped out of the race to become the next Speaker of the House after he was narrowly nominated as the Republican...

President Joe Biden during his 2020 campaign

Democrats react as New Hampshire primary deadline approaches

Ellie Gregory, Journal Contributor October 10, 2023

President Joe Biden will remove his name from the primary ballot in support of the Democratic party if New Hampshire does not reverse its law requiring it to be first in the primary by Oct. 14. The state...

OPINION: The Republican party is crumbling and democracy is at risk

OPINION: The Republican party is crumbling and democracy is at risk

Madeline Reyes, Journal Contributor October 4, 2023

The Republican party is a mess right now. What once seemed like a united fortress against “wokeness” has turned into a trivial fight club highlighted by Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green calling Colorado...

Outside of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, where the second Republican Presidential Debate was held.

Second GOP debate talks frustrations about Trump skipping debates

Harry Murphy, Staff Writer October 3, 2023

Seven Republicans vying for the party’s nomination attended the second Republican Presidential Debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, Sept. 27. The GOP has hosted...

Former President Donald Trump speaks at a Turning Point USA conference. Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons.

Trump’s indictments disrupt 2024 campaign

May Lindeman, Journal Contributor September 26, 2023

In the past four months, former President Donald Trump has been indicted in four criminal cases, leaving voters in a precarious situation ahead of the 2024 presidential election, according to Suffolk University...

President Joe Biden.

Biden announces reelection campaign

William Woodring, News Editor April 25, 2023

President Joe Biden announced his reelection campaign April 25, asking voters to give him the chance to “Finish the job,” according to his announcement video. During the video, Biden highlighted...

Former President Donald Trump.

Former President Donald Trump arraigned in Manhattan court

Sarah Roberts, Asst. News Editor April 4, 2023

Former President Donald Trump was arraigned April 4 after surrendering to a Manhattan courthouse where he pleaded not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.  Trump is the first...

Former President Donald Trump indicted by New York Grand Jury

Former President Donald Trump indicted by New York Grand Jury

Sarah Roberts, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2023

A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict former President Donald Trump for payments that he allegedly made during his 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an adulterous act, his lawyers said...

In the nation: President Carter enters hospice, Haleys run for president, Wu vetoes school committee bill

In the nation: President Carter enters hospice, Haley’s run for president, Wu vetoes school committee bill

Shealagh Sullivan and William Woodring February 21, 2023

Former President Jimmy Carter enters home-hospice Thirty-ninth President of the United States Jimmy Carter entered home-hospice care Feb. 20 after a series of recent hospital stays, the Carter Center...

In the nation: MSU shooting, train derailment, DNC primary calendar

In the nation: MSU shooting, train derailment, DNC primary calendar

William Woodring and Maren Halpin February 14, 2023

Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of gun violence.  Michigan State shooting leaves campus in shock A gunman killed at least three and critically injured five more at Michigan State...

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