Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByMihir Zaveri Sept. 22, 2018 It might seem like family dysfunction or a very bad case of sibling rivalry. Six of nine brothers and sisters of Representative Paul Gosar, Republican of Arizona, publicly endorsed his Democratic opponent in the midterm elections in videos on Friday, in what one of them said was nothing short of a moral imperative. The siblings were alarmed at what they saw as the congressman’s increasingly extremist views on immigration, health care and white supremacists, one of them, David Gosar, said on Saturday. “I’m just hoping either in this election cycle or next, the people get the idea that he’s just not fit for that office and he needs to be removed,” he said. [Make sense of the people, issues and ideas shaping the 2018 elections with our … [Read more...] about Six Siblings of a Republican Congressman Endorse His Opponent in Campaign Ads
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Resize Text Print Article Comments Morning Mix by Kyle Swenson May 24 at 5:04 AM Email the author Linda Thomas was convicted of murdering her sister ZonnaThomas in 2015. (Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office) She had already picked the photograph and words. They were how she wished to be remembered. On Sept. 22, 2015, Linda Thomas walked into the offices of a local newspaper in Freeland, a small town on Washington’s Whidbey Island. The 71-year-old asked to … [Read more...] about Two sisters wed two brothers. Sibling rivalry and a grudge led to murder.
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader On Parenting Perspective Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events (Washington Post illustration/Prisma Filter/iStock) by Meghan Leahy May 23 at 7:00 AM Email the author Q: My brother is getting married overseas in September, and I'm planning to travel to attend the event (my husband will not be able to leave work). My kids will be 7 and 9, and they are extremely jealous of each other when it comes to (perceived) attention from and time with me. The 9-year-old really wants to be at the wedding and is excited by the … [Read more...] about Sibling jealousy complicates a trip abroad
By Mike Allen (@mikeallen; [email protected]), and Daniel Lippman (@dlippman; [email protected]) PLAYBOOK HEARS that the Rubio campaign attributes $100,000 in online fundraising in the past five days to a backlash against NYT articles about Rubio’s driving record and personal finances. Rubio release yesterday: “Elitist New York Times calls Marco’s Student Loan Debts ‘A Deep Financial Hole of his Own Making.’” Michael Barbaro, co-author of the second story (on A1 today), tweets, linking to a “Liberal Media Alert” on Marco’s site: “Help Marco fight back against the elitist liberal media’ --no wonder his staff kept asking when our story would run.” Rubio plea http://bit.ly/1F7Hsi0 NYT article http://nyti.ms/1L0YiY9 Story Continued Below --Yahoo’s @thegarance: “Alt hed for NYT Rubio piece: How a lifetime of bad financial decisions left Marco Rubio w a boat, 3 houses, and more money than … [Read more...] about SABATO: ‘Everyone can see that Jeb Bush is doing poorly so far’ – MARCO RAISES 100k OFF NYT STORIES — JOHN WEAVER, FRED DAVIS to Kasich — GAS PRICES TO STAY DOWN – B’DAY: Bobby Jindal, Sasha Obama
(CBS News) MOORE, Okla. - So many parents share the same wish -- that the kids will stop fighting and get along. Sometimes it takes something big for them to get the message -- as we discovered "on the road." They may be fraternal twins, but 11-year-olds Caleb and Colby Brown couldn't be more different. They disagree on almost everything -- even about how Monday's tornado will change them. "It's going to change us mentally and physically," said Colby. "I wouldn't say physically," said Caleb. "Probably not physically," said Colby, "but mentally." We met the sibling rivals here at Children's Hospital in Oklahoma City. They were visiting their 8-year-old sister Courtney, who hurt her head during the storm. They never used to get along with her either.But things are sure different now. How tornado survivor, rescued dog Bowser are faringComplete coverage: Oklahoma tornadoKids, teachers from destroyed Okla. school reunite "We thought that each other was severely injured or even worse, … [Read more...] about Sibling rivalry takes a backseat after Okla. tornado