- PoliticsAssociated Press
A “panicked” Sen. Ron Johnson urged members of the state chamber of commerce in battleground Wisconsin on Wednesday to vote for President Donald Trump, saying he has been praying for a victory and “the other side is not in love with this country.” Johnson, a Republican in his second term, delivered a harsh assessment of what he thinks a win by Democrat Joe Biden would mean during a virtual meeting of Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.
The former New York City mayor’s spending is forcing the president to dig deep in the key swing state and enabling the Biden campaign to spend ad dollars elsewhere.
- LifestyleThe Takeout
Remember those great early-pandemic days last spring when bags of flour and yeast suddenly became precious items? Wasn’t that fun? Well, great news, everybody: we’re going to get to experience them all over again. As we’ve noted before, grocers are a little more prepared this time around and have been stocking “pandemic pallets” of food they can reorder quickly, but some things will still be hard to find. Mashed has thoughtfully prepared a list:
- LifestyleSouthern Living
Nothing sums up the holiday season like seeing a whole bunch of casserole dishes. They’re warm, comforting, and can feed a hungry family without causing you too much stress. Plus, many can be made ahead in your trusty 9x13 baking dish to make your life a little bit easier during the busiest time of year. From family holiday favorites like green bean casserole and cornbread dressing to delicious new takes on old classics like butternut squash lasagna and an eggnog breakfast bake that feels wonderfully festive for the season, these holiday casserole recipes can all be made in a big-batch 13x9 dish and are guaranteed to keep everyone full and happy from Thanksgiving through the New Year.