Little Progress So Far on Goal of Cutting U.S. Food Waste in Half

While 1 in 8 Americans are considered to be “food insecure,” an estimated 40 percent of the nation’s supply of fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat goes to waste, discarded by farmers, retailers, restaurant owners and households.

Sununu Vetoes

Homegrown editorial cartoonist Mike Marland is keeping a watchdog eye on the State House in Concord and White House in Washington, D.C.

Biden Lead Narrows as Harris, Warren Climb and Sanders Falls in Poll

Biden’s lead has narrowed as Senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren have seen a significant post-debate bump, claiming 18% and 17% voter support respectively. Mayor Pete Buttigieg has maintained his support at 12%, while Senator Bernie Sanders has fallen below 10%.

Kuster’s Heart-Wrenching Photo Tour at Texas Border

Congresswoman Annie Kuster, D-NH, called conditions at the U.S.-Mexico border “inhumane” after returning from the weekend trip near McAllen and Brownsville, Texas.

Biden Delivers Barn-Burner Stump Speech in Londonderry

The Democratic 2020 presidential front-runner also made a promise to nearly 400 people — many of whom stood sweltering under blazing sun in a dirt parking lot — that he’d be back often.