Fox News Legal Analyst Hits Back After Trump’s Attacks: ‘Classic Obstruction’

Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano isn’t backing down from his damning assessment of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report despite attacks from President Donald Trump.  Last week, Napolitano said the report exposed a pattern of obstruction by the president that was “unlawful, defenseless and condemnable.” Trump responded on Twitter by calling Napolitano “dumb” and […]

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The Parallel Campaigns Of Joe Biden And Bernie Sanders

PITTSBURGH ― This industrial hub turned research city at the confluence of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers isn’t typically a priority stop for Democratic presidential primary contenders. Pennsylvania’s primary isn’t until three months after Iowans cast their caucus ballots. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) hasn’t come to this city since launching her campaign. Neither has […]

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How Russia Uses Facebook To Lure Americans To Political Rallies

NEW YORK ― On a Saturday evening in the fall of 2017, local activist Amy Bettys schlepped to Union Square in Manhattan, alongside members of the women’s reproductive rights group she works with, to protest a proposed federal restriction on abortion. She and her group, Women’s Health & Reproductive Rights (WHARR), were attending an event they’d […]

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Sam Donaldson Explains How Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Lying Is Unprecedented

Veteran ABC news anchor Sam Donaldson on Friday called out White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ well-documented history of lying as he appeared to suggest she deserved a “lifetime achievement Oscar” for spreading false and misleading information. “Look, I’ve had the pleasure of working with almost every press secretary beginning with Pierre Salinger of John […]

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‘Jeopardy!’ Champ James Holzhauer Was Truly In Jeopardy

James Holzhauer appeared to have met his match on Monday’s “Jeopardy!” The 34-year-old contestant, who had steamrolled through 17 straight victories with record winnings, actually fell behind during Final Jeopardy. (See the clip below.) Adam Levin, the sports information director at Brandeis, correctly asked “What is a Chamber of Commerce?” to a clue about “Organizations.” […]

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Socialists Win Spanish Election But Fail To Secure Majority

MADRID, April 29 (Reuters) – Spain’s ruling Socialists were considering possible partners for a new government for the politically polarized country on Monday after they won a national election but failed to secure a majority. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez faces a choice between a complex alliance with fellow leftists Podemos or joining forces across the […]

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Under Trump’s New Asylum Order, Migrants Will Be Charged A Fee To Apply For Refuge

Declaring the U.S. asylum system to be “in crisis,” President Donald Trump directed immigration officials on Monday night to introduce a slew of tough new rules for migrants seeking humanitarian protection in the United States. The measures, outlined in a presidential memorandum, include the introduction of a fee for asylum applications and banning asylum seekers […]

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Hollywood Mourns John Singleton, Director of ‘Boyz N The Hood’

Actor, filmmakers and others are paying tribute to John Singleton after the renowned director died on Monday at age 51. The Los Angeles native is most famous for his 1991 directorial debut, “Boyz n the Hood,” earning critical acclaim for its depiction of South Central LA’s black community. At age 24, Singleton became the youngest […]

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Maisie Williams’ Roommate Reveals His Problem With Living Together At The Moment

Spare a thought for Bill Milner as “Game of Thrones” draws to its thrilling conclusion. The British actor reportedly lives with Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark in  HBO’s epic fantasy drama, and on Monday he joked about having to dodge spoilers for the show “in my own goddamn kitchen.” “You all think it’s hard […]

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