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    While inflation, high gas and food prices, a falling stock market, corrosive politics and a looming recession are all causes for concern — even alarm — two recent Gallup polls reveal an erosion of foundational principles that are key to a stable and enduring society.

      People generally want their children to have it better than they did. Mine have already had it worse, in some fundamental ways, and there’s considerable danger that it will get worse from here.

        The flyer urging activists to protest in front of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch’s Maryland home offers two reasons for violating the privacy of a public servant and his family.

        In this episode, Kelli Lemon and Michael Paul Williams talk with The New York Times Magazine and 1619 Project contributor Linda Villarosa about her new book "Under the Skin: Racism, Inequality, and the Health of a Nation." In the conversation and book, Villarosa shares troubling statistics that college-educated Black mothers are more likely to die, almost die, or lose their babies than white mothers who haven’t finished high school.


        The Buffalo News has been part of the Buffalo community since XXXX. Our reporters are fellow Buffalonians who live and breathe this city. From tailgating at a Bills game to … (text to be provided by Meredith) Check out these stories that we’ve highlighted below.

        On guns again: “The tree of liberty,” Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Must it also be fertilized with the blood of children? House Republicans seem to think so. Not a single one voted for the commonsense gun measures …

        Photos from the press conference for the launch of the "Richmond Real" campaign and branding assets from the city.

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