Stream coverage from a cable or broadcast TV network Major cable networks including CNN and MSNBC, along with major broadcast networks, will cover the impeachment debate and vote. You may need to log in with pay-TV credentials to stream the coverage on their websites, or you can try some of the free streaming services such as ABC News Live or NBC News Now. … [Read more...] about How to watch the Trump impeachment vote on CNN, PBS, and elsewhere live without cable
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Thursday January 14, 2021 5:00am BREAKING NEWS: STAN J. CATERBONE Case File – THE CAPITOL RIOTS – LNP – Front Page Headline IMPEACHED AGAIN Including  Part Video Series Thursday January 14, 2021https://t.co/Ya3sCPww23 pic.twitter.com/XxMhYjT4lO … [Read more...] about How newspapers across the country reacted to Trump’s historic second impeachment
If his term is over, why is Congress bothering to impeach? Lets be honest: rage. Trump’s incitement of violence on January 6 was a direct attack on . . . Congress. If someone encouraged a mob attack on you, would you let that slide? No. Since Vice President Mike Pence chose not to invoke the 25th Amendment as a mechanism to remove Trump from office, this is Congress’s most practical way to kick back. … [Read more...] about Smart talking points: What happens next with President Trump’s impeachment?
With each discussion came more editorial guidance from the sticklers: The names of criminal suspects do not belong in the encyclopedia; only the names of rioters convicted of crimes may be included. George R.R. Martin, a Reddit post, and an on-the-scene Instagram video are not reliable sources; Wikipedia relies only on secondary sources. Use more neutral, clearer language in general: Words like mob and baseless carry a value judgment; better to stick with rioters and false. … [Read more...] about As a mob attacked the Capitol, Wikipedia struggled to find the right words
Don’t see red or blue. Realize that a whole lot of this country (and likely, your consumer) voted for the “other guy,” so work to find common ground in the issues that most authentically reflect your own company’s values. Consider the effort by home improvement retailer Lowe’s to encourage people to make lawn signs thanking frontline workers during the early days of the pandemic. It was true to the retailer’s DIY ethos and celebrated an unimpeachable group of unsung heroes. Choose wisely. Look inward, and don’t always jump at the next big issue. In today’s day and age, there are too many—and it is too easy to screw it up. Instead, examine what matters to you, your employees, and your consumer. What role does your company uniquely play to help better the world? Be accountable, because you’re going to be held accountable anyway. Make statements, and back them up with facts and action. Choose partnerships that matter and tell … [Read more...] about The U.S. is more divided than ever. Your business could be the bridge