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Oct 10 2020
Second Debate Moderator Claims Twitter Account Hacked After Tweet About Scaramucci
C-SPAN said the Twitter account of journalist Steve Scully, the planned moderator for the second presidential debate, was hacked Thursday. The hacking allegedly accounted for a tweet sent from Scully's account asking former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci for advice on how to respond to the President Donald Trump, who recently said he believed Scully is a "never-TrumperDaily Beast National Review The Hill
Dec 29 2015
The Supreme Court is just as polarized as the rest of US politics – and this may have profound implications.
Recent years have seen concerns about political polarization in America come to the fore – one only has to look at the recent fight between Congressional Republicans over the next Speaker of the House or Representatives to witness its effects. But what of judicial polarization? In new research which examines polarization in the US Supreme Court since 1938, Donald Gooch finds that thisUSAPP
Jan 05 2013
77 percent will pay more in 2013 under deal
The average US worker would pay $679 more in taxes this year under the fiscal cliff deal passed by the Senate early Tuesday morning, while the average member of the top 1 percent of earners would pay $73,633 more, according to Tax Policy Center analysis.Washington Post
Sep 26 2014
OPINION: Eric Holder’s Legacy
By any measure, the nearly-six-year tenure of Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. has been one of the most consequential in United States history. His decision to resign, which he announced on Thursday, was long anticipated; he has said he will stay on through his successor’s confirmation. It is hard to imagine that anyone who could make it through the current Senate would have an impactNew York Times (News)
Feb 22 2015
The making of Hillary 5.0: Marketing wizards help re-imagine Clinton brand
Is Hillary Rodham Clinton a McDonald’s Big Mac or a Chipotle burrito bowl? A can of Bud or a bottle of Blue Moon? JCPenney or J. Crew?
As she readies her second presidential campaign, Clinton has recruited consumer marketing specialists onto her team of trusted political advisers. Their job is to help imagine Hillary 5.0 — the rebranding of a first lady turned senator turned failedWashington Post
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Jun 04 2014
GOP Sen. Cochran forced into runoff against Tea Party-backed challenger
Six-term Mississippi GOP Sen. Thad Cochran has been forced into a runoff with Tea Party-backed challenger Chris McDaniel, after neither candidate was able to win 50 percent of the vote and clinch an outright victory in Tuesday’s primary.
With most precincts reporting and an unknown number of mail-in and provisional ballots yet to be counted, unofficial results showed McDaniel, a stateFox News (Online News)
Jul 19 2022
Will Biden Declare a National Climate Emergency?
Will President Joe Biden declare a national climate emergency amid unprecedented heat waves and droughts?
Senate Democrats have been pushing the idea of an emergency order after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) opposed a key piece of Biden's climate agenda last week. If Biden declared a climate emergency under the National Emergencies Act, he would have the power to approve elements of hisWashington Times Vanity Fair Newsweek
Mar 12 2016
We Warned You: Chicago Trump Shutdown Is Just the Beginning
For the astute readers of Breitbart News, last night’s battle in Chicago may come as a shock, but it should come as no surprise.
No other news organization has documented the rise and origins of the groups behind Friday night’s madhouse as thoroughly as the team at Breitbart News. From its origins being exposed in the film Occupy Unmasked before the election cycle to covering andBreitbart News
Mar 14 2019
OPINION: Nikki Haley Risks Turning Into Jeb! 2.0
Nikki Haley should already be running away with the 2024 GOP nomination as the fresh face of post-Trump conservatism, but instead it looks like she’s falling for the same sucker siren song of the establishment that, over the last few decades, has made failures out of so many promising Republicans, as well as out of Jeb!. If she keeps going the way she’s been going, she’s going to lose thisGuest Writer - Right