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Which candidates are projected to win in Tuesday's primaries?
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    Trump targeting GOP members of Congress, Rice in trouble in S.C. [Read free here]
    Washington Post (Moderate Left) • Factual Grade 79% • 12 min read

    Trump is backing GOP primary opponents of two South Carolina Republican incumbent members of Congress — Reps. Tom Rice and Nancy Mace — who did not back his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Rice is being challenged by state Rep. Russell Fry. Mace is being challenged by former congresswoman Katie Arrington. Fry and Arrington are backed by Trump.
    Rep. Mace is projected to win the primary against Katie Arrington. While [Mace] backed [Trump in 2018], she was successful in attracting independents and some Democrats by not being a true believer.
    Rep. Rice is projected to lose to state Rep. Russell Fry. The race was closely watched because many Republicans disapproved of Rice’s vote to impeach former president Trump. Rice has tried to convince voters that he is a consistent conservative who was capable of representing them in Washington as he has for the past decade. He has a track record of overwhelmingly supporting the former president’s policies.
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    Republican Mayra Flores wins South Texas House seat long a Democratic stronghold.
    Washington Examiner (Moderate Right) • Factual Grade 74% • 4 min read
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    Primaries show limits, and depths, of Trump’s power over G.O.P. base. [Read free here]
    New York Times (Moderate Left) • Factual Grade 79% • 7 min read

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What caused historic flooding in Yellowstone National Park?

    The flooding hit historic levels in the Yellowstone River after days of rain and rapid snowmelt and wrought havoc across parts of southern Montana and no...

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Why is Russia extending the detention of an American basketball star?

    WNBA star Brittney Griner entered Russia on Feb. 17 while playing basketball for the Russian Premier League team UMMC Ekaterinburg. However, she was arrested that day...

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Should tech companies strive to ensure half their workforce is female?

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No - Tech companies should strive to ensure that they hire fairly, do not discriminate based on gender (or a number of other factors for that matter), and pay women and men equally. [...] However, I still hesitate to implement a 50% standard because I'm not sure if that is a representative sample of the available workforce for any given position. That in and of itself is another issue, but until that issue is resolved a 50% "quota" would likely lead to bad hiring practices, poor employee retention, and a host of other possible issues.

Yes - It is unlikely to ever be exactly 50/50 but there's nothing wrong with striving for a workforce full of teams with diverse backgrounds to bring ...

Unsure - This is a very specific goal that I think misses the point a little bit. I think rather than just striving for half the workforc...

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Why is Amazon allowing drone deliveries in the US after years of delay?

    The e-commerce company started contacting customers in Lockeford this week to ask them to opt in to drone delivery. Once a customer enrolls, an Amazon employee will visi...

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How would proposed energy efficiency rules impact household carbon emissions?

    The Department of Energy announced [a proposed] a federal rule that would mandate new energy efficiency standards for gas furnaces used in residential properties. Proposed federal rules m...

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