GOP Congressman Uses Alleged Kavanaugh Sexual Assault To Crack A Joke

Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.) opened a debate in his home district Thursday by joking that he almost had to skip it and return to Washington to deal with a new sexual assault allegation concerning...

Brett Kavanaugh Liked Female Clerks Who Looked A ‘Certain Way,’ Yale Student Was Told

A few years ago, as she was prepping to interview for a judicial clerkship, a student at Yale Law School received a troubling combination of warning and advice from her professors about one federal...

Alibaba will no longer bring 1 million jobs to the US, citing tariffs

Alibaba’s founder and chairman Jack Ma says the Chinese mega e-commerce company no longer has plans to create 1 million jobs in the US, citing the ongoing trade conflict as the reason Alibaba is...

Trump hasn’t read the classified Russia documents he wants released to the public

President Donald Trump told Hill.TV during a Tuesday interview that he is convinced the sensitive Russia documents that he ordered to be declassified will prove that the Russia investigation is a "hoax." There's one caveat,...

Florida governor booed out of restaurant over red tide algae issues

Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) was reportedly booed out of a restaurant as protesters vented their frustration over the state’s red algae tide crisis. Scott was making a campaign stop in Venice, Fla., when he...

Trump is declassifying documents to punish his imagined enemies.

The White House announced on Monday night that it would declassify portions of a foreign-surveillance warrant application targeting former Trump aide Carter Page as well as FBI reports of interviews with Justice Department official...

Yes, $10 million were transferred from FEMA to ICE

As a major hurricane heads toward the Carolinas, Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley berated the Trump administration for diverting nearly $10 million from emergency funding to immigration enforcement. "As #HurricaneFlorence bears down, I discovered today...

If You See Disinformation Ahead of the Midterms, We Want to Hear From You

As November’s midterm elections approach, The New York Times is looking for examples of online ads, posts and texts that contain political disinformation or false claims and are being deliberately spread on internet platforms...

Elon Musk’s SpaceX to name first passenger for round-the-moon flight Monday

SpaceX is expected to name the first private passenger to fly around the moon at an event Monday evening. CEO Elon Musk will likely name the individual that SpaceX says will be the 25th person...

Are Republicans Really Going to Nominate an Accused Rapist to Overturn Roe?

It has to come to this. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s long-rumored accuser has gone public (after a crucial period of delay in which Dianne Feinstein inexplicably withheld not just the identity of the accuser...

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