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On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, we are joined by Michael Shermer from Skeptic Magazine to discuss the rise of conspiracy theories in America.
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we discuss the difficult tasks of reducing extremism and radicalization in the U.S. as well as improving our political discourse.
Misleading information is being fed to liberals and conservatives within their ideological bubbles. How the left deals with misinformation is the topic of this week's Utterly Moderate Podcast.
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A Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar provides insight into the Pope’s actions during World War II.
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Branden Colvin Sr.'s family was notified Saturday that his remains had been found at the building which collapsed a week ago.
'You have hope, or you have nothing;' Branden Colvin Jr. graduates from high school as father remains missing
Spending most of the last week camped outside of Davenport City Hall with friends and family, Branden Colvin Jr. left 4th Street for another venue Saturday morning: His graduation ceremony
A police officer fatally shot a man in Harvard after he refused to drop a knife during a domestic violence disturbance in which a woman was stabbed to death.
The body of one of three men who had been missing after the partial collapse of an apartment building in Davenport, Iowa, has been found. A city official confirms that Branden Colvin Sr.’s body was recovered Saturday. Colvin is the first person confirmed to have died in the collapse. He was 42. Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for. The Quad-City Times reports that Colvin’s son, Branden Colvin Jr., graduated from high school Saturday. He and other family members had been at the collapse site almost constantly, hoping for a miracle. The six-story building partially collapsed May 28.
Northern Illinois police say an officer fatally shot a man overnight after he refused to drop a knife during a domestic violence disturbance in which a woman was stabbed to death. Police say five officers in Harvard, Illinois, were called about 11:30 p.m. Saturday to a residence where they found a knife-wielding man on top of a woman. Police said Sunday that officers commanded the man to drop the knife. When he refused, an officer shot and killed him. The woman who was stabbed was pronounced dead at a hospital.
A 25-year-old woman was fatally shot and six other people were wounded early Sunday when gunfire erupted during a remembrance for a man who died in a car crash.
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The body of a 16-year-old was found in Crow Creek Park in Bettendorf Saturday night.
A man is dead after the vehicle he was driving crashed and burned early Saturday in rural Sterling, Whiteside County Sheriff John Booker said.
A federal grand jury in Davenport indicted 12 Quad-Cities gang members on charges relating to a racketeering conspiracy
A lawsuit filed because of the fatal vehicle-pedestrian collision on the Interstate 74 pedestrian walkway has been expanded to include Moline and other defendants.
Overnight and into Saturday morning, huge machinery could be seen tearing down small pieces, including hanging debris, of the collapsed building at 324 Main St. in downtown Davenport.
Residents left cracking apartments days before the collapse; 146 actions taken at the building in past 3 years
Two tenants moved out of their apartments in the days before 324 Main Street collapsed. They told their landlord of cracks in the walls and floors.
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