A recent CBS News poll finds 68 percent of Americans feel the tone of the political debate is getting worse. About 20 percent of Democrats and Republicans view people who don't agree with them as a threat to their way of life. In this installment of our
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Published: 2021-05-04 07:41 am
Dinner parties aim to bridge post-election divide
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