Kasich mulls 2020 run, including possible Trump primary challenge: report

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is weighing his options for a possible 2020 presidential run, including a possible primary challenge to President TrumpDonald John TrumpSenate advances public lands bill in late-night vote Warren, Democrats urge Trump to back down from veto threat over changing Confederate-named bases Esper orders ‘After Action Review’ of National Guard’s role in […]

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Nevada Democrat accused of sexual harassment reconsiders retirement: report

Rep. Ruben KihuenRuben Jesus KihuenRep. Steven Horsford wins Democratic House primary in Nevada Members spar over sexual harassment training deadline Nevada Dem sanctioned for sexual misconduct announces city council bid MORE (D-Nev.) is reportedly reconsidering his decision to retire in the face of sexual misconduct allegations.  The Nevada Independent reported Wednesday that Kihuen has contacted […]

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'Chilling' New Rule Allows DHS to Monitor All Immigrants' Social Media Activity

Freedom of speech advocates are calling a new Department of Homeland Security rule “chilling,” as the department will begin collecting social media communications and data of all immigrants. The rule, added last week to the Privacy Act of 1974, would allow the DHS to gather “social media handles, aliases, associated identifiable information, and search results” […]

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Despite GOP Dereliction, Warren Vows to Fight for Program That Insures 9 Million Kids

“September 30th was the deadline for a whole bunch of healthcare programs and the Republicans basically just blew through the deadlines,” said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) in a video about a program that provides affordable healthcare to 9 million children and 370,000 pregnant women annually. The senator published her video about the Children’s Health Insurance […]

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Trump Attacks Soldier's Widow After She Confirms President's Hurtful Call

The widow of U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed in Niger earlier this month, appeared on “Good Morning America” on Monday morning to confirm widely reported accounts of President Donald Trump’s “cold-hearted” condolence call to her last week, triggering a swift reaction from the president on Twitter. In an interview with George […]

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With Trump Silent, Sanders and Dems Demand Aid for Iranian Earthquake Victims

As the death toll from the “horrific” earthquake that struck the Iran-Iraq border earlier this week climbs above 500, and as President Donald Trump remains entirely silent on the matter, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and four Democratic senators sent a letter on Thursday to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson demanding that the White House waive […]

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'I Made This… But Didn't Get Paid': Garment Workers Appeal Directly to Shoppers

Factory workers in Turkey resorted to creative and desperate measures in recent days to draw attention to their fight for the wages they have earned working for Zara, the Spanish clothing retailer with stores around the world. Shoppers in Zara stores all over Turkey have found notes inside clothing, reading in Turkish, “I made this […]

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'Dutiful Daughter' or WH Advisor? Ivanka Trump Calls Questions About Father's Female Accusers 'Inappropriate'

Critics of Ivanka Trump pointed to an NBC interview with the White House advisor involving a question about the numerous women who’ve accused her father of sexual abuse and misconduct, as more evidence of her problematic role in the administration. When asked by Peter Alexander if she believes the 16 women who have come forward […]

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Horner suggests non-championship race to trial reverse grid

Christian Horner is no fan of F1’s reverse grid idea, but the Red Bull team boss is nevertheless open to the concept being trialed, perhaps in a non-championship event. F1 chief Ross Brawn recently tabled a plan that would see a reverse grid qualifying race take place at selected events in 2021. The sport has […]

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Demographic gaps between parties widen

The Democratic Party is building a coalition of women, the well-educated and younger voters ahead of this year’s midterm elections, while Republicans flex their advantage among men, whites and those who do not have a college degree.  Those gaps, exacerbated by strong feelings for and against President TrumpDonald John TrumpSenate advances public lands bill in […]

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