Many of the questions — and Kasich’s responses — focused on New York. Kasich, as he’s done before, knocked Trump’s and Cruz’s calls to spy on Muslims, and referred to Commissioner Bratton’s position on the issue. “He’s a smart guy,” Kasich said. People from Howard Beach, a community hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, brought up the requirement of flood insurance. Another asked about the bickering over the Zadroga Act. Kasich offered a few quips for the locals, too. “Are you from New York?” he said, teasing one participant who sounded like everyone else from the city. “I thought you were from Maine.” … [Read more...] about Queens Republicans Like John Kasich Because, Really, Who Else Is Left?
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After two years of playing college hockey at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, he headed to Europe to go pro, first in Germany and then in the Netherlands. His stories from that time are about as wild as you’d expect from a guy in his twenties touring tertiary European cities with busloads of hockey players. “ I lived with a heroin addict named Harm," he told The Ringer last year. “That was the life experience, watching somebody shoot up heroin while you’re eating potatoes he made." … [Read more...] about Meet Wyatt Russell, Hollywood’s Most and Least Likely Leading Man
Designed to withstand at least seven orbits, JunoCam is still operational after 26 trips around Jupiter, with the promise of more photography to come. The mission has already been extended once and the team behind it is exploring extending it further, says Hansen-Koharcheck. But there's other ambitious NASA missions on the horizon, says Gill, with a potential trove of photography for public perusal. … [Read more...] about The public is helping us see Jupiter like it’s never been seen before
He shouldn’t expect things to get much better. Guzman is likely headed to Colorado to serve out his sentence in the United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility in Florence, Colorado. The supermax prison is known as the “Alcatraz of the Rockies” and is the most secure prison in the country — a fitting home for a known escape artist. … [Read more...] about El Chapo Sentenced to Life in Prison, Likely Headed to the ‘Alcatraz of the Rockies’
While the redistricting process is incredibly complex, and its trajectory will depend on election results in 2019 and in 2020, we now have some clarity in the congressional reapportionment part of the decennial adjustment, which is conducted by the House itself (which is required to notify the states by January 25 of the year following the Census of the number of seats they are “apportioned”). Yes, the president’s convoluted reaction to the Court’s decision on the Census held open the possibility of the federal government’s collecting citizenship data that states might theoretically use to change the basis of redistricting decisions (though there will be intense legal warfare if they do), but the administration has surrendered on the Census itself. … [Read more...] about How the Political Map Is Likely to Shift After the 2020 Census