Domenico Montanaro

Domenico Montanaro appears in the following:

Capitol Police Officer Testifies To The Racism He Faced During The Jan. 6 Riot

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Capitol Police Pfc. Harry Dunn noted in testimony before Congress about the U.S. Capitol insurrection that he was called the N-word after he said he voted for President Biden.

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Rising Violent Crime Is Likely To Present A Political Challenge For Democrats In 2022

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Violent crime is on the rise in many urban areas across the country, giving Republicans what they believe is an opening in key swing districts that could decide control of Congress next year.

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What's Next For Voting Rights After The Supreme Court's Decision

Saturday, July 03, 2021

The ruling this week essentially gutted what's left of the Voting Rights Act, but there's a lot of action — and inaction — happening elsewhere on the topic. Here's what to watch for next.

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Poll: More Americans Are Concerned About Voting Access Than Fraud Prevention

Friday, July 02, 2021

Fifty-six percent are more worried that those who want to vote can, but the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll also found that most agree that voters should have to present photo ID at the polls.

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Behind The Supreme Court's Ruling That Non-Profits Don't Need To Name Large Donors

Thursday, July 01, 2021

On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with rich donors and their desire for anonymity. By a 6-3 vote along ideological lines, the court struck down a state law requiring nonprofits to name donors.

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Hope For Normalcy Is Growing. Here's What Americans Are Still Worried About

Thursday, July 01, 2021

Here's what U.S. adults say about President Biden's handling of the economy, their top economic concerns and how they feel about the coronavirus pandemic, based on a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll.

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With Trump Holding Rallies Again, The Shadow 2024 Republican Campaign Continues

Saturday, June 26, 2021

On Saturday in Ohio, the former president held his first rally since leaving office. Meanwhile, other top potential GOP presidential candidates are running versions of shadow campaigns.

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White House Says The U.S. Will Narrowly Miss Its Vaccination Goal

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

President Biden set a goal of 70% of U.S. adults at least partially vaccinated by July 4. The White House is acknowledging Tuesday that it will likely come up short of that.

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Ranked-Choice Voting Gets A Prime-Time Shot Under New York City's Bright Lights

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

The method, in which voters are asked to rank candidates, has gained traction as a way to more accurately reflect the will of the majority. But detractors warn there are potential downsides, too.

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Watchdog Report Says Police Did Not Clear Protesters To Make Way For Trump Photo-Op

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

The report found the U.S. Park Police made the call to clear Lafayette Park before knowing of then-President Donald Trump's visit to a damaged church in the area.

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There's A Stark Red-Blue Divide When It Comes To States' Vaccination Rates

Wednesday, June 09, 2021

All of the states with the highest adult vaccination rates went to President Biden in the 2020 election. But the vaccine divide is not just about politics.

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Trump Returns To Campaign Trail With Election Lies And Dark Warnings

Saturday, June 05, 2021

A speech Saturday night before the North Carolina GOP marks the beginning of what's expected to be a summer spree of campaigning for the former president.

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Where Are They Now? Flynn, Other Trump Alums Keep MAGA Hopes Alive

Wednesday, June 02, 2021

What Trump alums are doing now can be divided in two groups — those promoting Trump and the MAGA movement, and those who are going more traditional routes. It underscores the GOP divide Trump created.

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The Growing Power Of The AAPI Vote, By The Numbers

Saturday, May 22, 2021

Data from the firm TargetSmart found that almost half of all Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who cast a ballot in 2020 did not vote in 2016, and a quarter had never voted before.

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Trump Continues To Push Election Falsehoods. Here's Why That Matters

Thursday, May 20, 2021

The former president has ramped up the statements he's putting on his website. And what's the focus of many of the posts? Relitigating his election loss.

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Where Views On Race And Police Stand A Year After George Floyd's Murder

Monday, May 17, 2021

A new NPR poll underscores the often-sharp differences Americans have when it comes to race, discrimination and policing — but there has been a shift over the last year.

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Inflation, Gas Shortage Highlight Peril That Could Threaten Biden's Agenda

Saturday, May 15, 2021

Americans continue to say they approve of how the president is handling the coronavirus pandemic, but he may be running into speed bumps because of inflation and other issues.

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Why Facebook's Decision On Trump Could Be 'Make Or Break' For His Political Future

Thursday, May 06, 2021

Facebook's Oversight Board sent the decision of whether to let the former president back on the platform back to the company itself, and it's a critical one for Trump's political future.

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Biden Is Optimistic U.S. Can Move Past Pandemic, Economic Crisis, Insurrection

Thursday, April 29, 2021

President Biden marks 100 days in office Thursday. He addressed a joint session of Congress Wednesday night to discuss what he has done so far, and to push for his agenda going forward.

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100 Days: How Biden Has Fared So Far On His Promises

Monday, April 26, 2021

President Biden promised a lot as a candidate and acted swiftly once in office, particularly in regards to the coronavirus. But there are still areas in progress and goals that haven't been achieved.

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