Race Looms Large in Mississippi Senate Race Today

Dogged by controversy for her remark about willingness to attend a public hanging, Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, President Donald Trump at her side, told Mississippi voters on Monday: “What’s on the ballot is not just my name, Cindy Hyde-Smith, but your conservative values, that’s what’s on the ballot tomorrow.”

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Judge Blasts Mississippi Cops for Harassing Disabled Man

Recommending they read William Faulkner to learn the “boundaries of human decency,” a federal judge on Friday admonished former Mississippi police officers accused of forcing a mentally disabled man to eat a mouthful of cinnamon days after making him box a cop.

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November Looms Large as Primary Season Rolls On

From Mississippi to the open lands of Utah, millions of voters are casting their ballots in primary elections across the nation Tuesday, as Democrats in four states look for a “blue wave” to sweep open seats and counteract the GOP election upset in 2016 of President Donald Trump.

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