Facebook is a powerful fundraising tool for Trump's 2024 campaignWhether or how Trump will return to posting on Facebook is unclear. He has not resumed posting on Twitter and has an agreement with Truth Social to post there first. Meta's decision to reinstate Trump lands in a social media landscape that has changed markedly in the past two years. For example, it could make those posts only visible if a user went directly to Trump's Facebook page. Since his removal from mainstream social media, Trump has used Truth Social as his main mouthpiece.
Here are a handful of evidence-based suggestions from NPR's recent health reporting that could help you refresh body and mind. Therapist Nedra Glover Tawwab, author of Set Boundaries, Find Peace – talked to NPR's Life Kit team about navigating this tricky territory. 5) Start a podcast habitTuning in to a podcast that makes you happy can be a great way to practice some mellow me-time. Take for instance, NPR's Life Kit, a podcast based around the belief that everyone needs a little help being human. Copyright 2023 NPR.19 days ago WXPR
The National Weather Service says California is in the middle of two major episodes of rain taking place "in quick succession" on Monday and Tuesday. And Northern California will face a third batch of rain on Wednesday. More than six feet of snow is expected to pile on the Sierra Nevada mountains in northern California up until Wednesday — increasing the risk of avalanches. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images / Getty Images Cars are submerged in floodwater after heavy rain moved through the area on Monday in Windsor, California. This week's storms come as California is already reeling from a streak of bad storms since Christmas.17 days ago WXPR
In-person early voting began Tuesday in battleground Wisconsin amid ongoing lawsuits affecting which ballots can be counted or tossed, recently ordered bans on drop boxes, and restrictions on who can return ballots. Feitlinger said he worries that voters will be confused about the absentee voting process. The Wisconsin Supreme Court in July banned absentee ballot drop boxes located anywhere other than in a local election clerk’s office. A judge sided with Republicans in another lawsuit ruling that election clerks are not permitted to fill in missing witness address information. Early voting locations and hours vary across the state, but the window to allow the option runs from Tuesday through Nov. 6.3 months ago WXPR
A Wisconsin appeals court is refusing to block a lower court's ruling banning the practice known as ballot spoiling, which allows voters who already submitted an absentee ballot to void it and vote again. The bipartisan Wisconsin Elections Commission scheduled an emergency meeting for Friday afternoon to react to the ruling, which comes less than two weeks before the Nov. 8 election. Wisconsin voters have been submitting absentee ballots by mail for weeks and in person since Monday. Nor does it prevent a single voter—Democrat, Republican, or otherwise—from casting a ballot in the upcoming election,” the appeals court said. The appeals court noted that state law does allow for a clerk to issue a new ballot if a voter returns a “spoiled or damaged absentee ballot.” But the law does not appear to authorize a clerk to spoil a ballot that's already been cast and issue a new one, the appeals court said.3 months ago WXPR