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Mark Meadows’ political career has been defined by conflict : NPR

Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has offered the most stunning revelations in the Congressional inquiry into the Jan. 6 insurrection.

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Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has offered the most stunning revelations in the Congressional inquiry into the Jan. 6 insurrection.

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Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has offered the most stunning revelations yet in the congressional investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Meadows, a former congressman with a reputation

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Full stop for apostrophes as experts warn the punctuation mark is history

Over 30 years the apostrophe’s use has noticeably declined, according to the biggest ever study of spoken and written language at Lancaster University

Apostrophes, first learnt in school, could be a thing of the past

In the world of puncutation little provokes as much passion as the apostrophe…. but experts say it could soon be a thing of the past.

Over 30 years its use has noticeably declined, according to the biggest ever study of spoken and written language.

Researchers from Lancaster University looked at 100million words to analyse trends.

“The most striking thing

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Seven Days political columnist Dave Gram retires, will be replaced by Mark Johnson

Dave Gram, left, is leaving the Fair Game political column at Seven Days. Mark Johnson is taking over the post. Photos by John Herrick and Glenn Russell/VTDigger.

Dave Gram, a fixture in Vermont journalism, has retired, stepping down as columnist for the Burlington-based weekly Seven Days. 

Gram, who has reported in Vermont since 1985, wrote in a farewell column Wednesday that his health had taken a turn for the worse.  

“My heart was in it. My mind was still in it, but my body was saying ‘no mas,’” Gram, 65, said in an interview. 

He will be replaced by another

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JAMES BOYD: Calumet football star Mark Flores calls college scholarship ‘a gift’ from late mother | NWI Preps

“We did everything for him,” he said. “This was a very special day and a very big game. He definitely looked over us.”

Now, Mark believes he’s not only playing for CJ, but also his mother, Reva Nieto, who he said is looking over him, too.

Nieto died Feb. 2 after battling liver cirrhosis and a bout with COVID-19. She was 44.

“I know she wouldn’t want me to cry, even though I did,” Mark said. “She always wanted me to keep going, that’s what she always told me. ‘Keep going and chase after your dreams.’ And she always told

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