Harvest Prude

Harvest is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute and a reporter for WORLD.

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Building a community

Homelessness | A Texas program tries to be a family for the Chronically homeless without requiring changes in behavior
by Harvest Prude & Charissa Crotts
Posted 2/28/19, 03:42 pm

Alan Graham is a tough old man with a big heart for sufferers. He lives with his black lab Franny (named after Francis of Assisi) in a tiny house in the homeless village he founded. Wearing a ball cap, blue button-up shirt, glasses, and a silver crucifix necklace, he makes his rounds through the village, greeting residents by name. One July afternoon, he stopped to greet a white-haired woman and her two fluffy dogs running underfoot.

“Are you making enough for everybody?” he called to an African-American man grilling pork chops on his front porch.

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Associated Press/Photo by Susan Walsh

Trump disavows Cohen’s claims

by Harvest Prude
Posted 2/28/19, 01:00 pm

WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump on Thursday called his former personal attorney Michael Cohen’s many accusations made against him to Congress “inaccurate.” During a Wednesday House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing, Cohen, who spent a decade working for Trump, attacked the president’s character, accused him of violating campaign finance laws, and said he engaged in shady business practices. He also called Trump a “racist” and a “con man.”

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Associated Press/Photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Cohen admits to wrongdoing, points finger at Trump

by Harvest Prude
Posted 2/27/19, 01:04 pm

WASHINGTON—Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, made a series of damaging accusations against his old boss during a House Oversight and Reform Committee hearing Wednesday.

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