The Supreme Court’s conclusion leaves voters less protected than they should be — but not entirely disarmed.
Twenty presidential contenders vying to unseat Donald Trump will participate in back-to-back debates beginning Wednesday night from 9 p.m. - 11 p.m. Eastern on NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo, and streaming on NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com as well as NBC apps. Held at the Knight Concert Hall in Miami, candidates will be split into two groups of 10. President Trump, meanwhile, will be live-tweeting the debates. Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast Wednesday night will feature Senators...
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Many of my media colleagues have been lauding President Donald Trump for signing an executive order earlier this week directing the federal Department of Health and Human Services to require health care providers to inform patients in advance of the true costs of medications and services. The gist of the
As a New Canaan woman’s disappearance continues to dominate statewide public attention, a New Haven sex worker advocate is quietly working to revive the search for a Fair Haven woman who first went missing 15 years ago Saturday.
Ever since Congress extended permanent normal trade relations to China nearly 20 years ago, pro-China pundits have argued that increased trade and engagement with Beijing would cause the communist regime to open up and embrace Democratic values.
She does not have the right to protest the U.S. national anthem when playing for the U.S. national team.
The president’s combination of insult and ingratiation is his foreign-policy trademark.
After on Wednesday Trump captured global headlines with colorful criticisms of the United States' decades-old defense pact with Japan — saying that if the US is attacked, Japan "can watch on a Sony television" — the president met with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the sidelines of the Group of 20 leaders’ meeting.
Mayoral hopeful Seth Poole got his start in politics chairing the WEB (Whalley, Edgewood, Beaver Hill) community management team. He and his neighbors fought successfully to relocate the police firing range from Sherman Parkway — close to his beloved grandmother’s house — to its new location, well out of residential earshot.
Police accountability activists who successfully pushed for the creation of a Civilian Review Board with subpoena power earlier this year have criticized the mayor for not being clear and transparent about who she has nominated to serve on that body.
On Tuesday's "America with Eric Bolling," Eric and Nicole Neily discussed her organization, Speech First, and the importance of fighting censorship on college campuses across the nation.
House Democrats are defending their snail-like pace in pursuing the unprecedented "level of lawlessness" in the Trump administration. They are "not too wild about incrementalism, but that's where we're at," as Rep. Steven Cohen of Tennessee, a senior Judiciary Committee member, complained.
A New York Republican immigrant businesswoman is challenging Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D) for her seat in Congress.Here's what we knowScherie Murray immigrated to the United States from Jamaica as a child. She founded her own company in 2004, although she has since left it to focus on being a mother. On Wednesday, she launched a campaign to run against Ocasio-Cortez in 2020.
It’s no secret that the State Department always puts a positive spin on its partners and seldom admits failure. How else could diplomats in Armenia describe it as the Silicon Valley of the Soviet Union? Or describe the impoverished, AIDS-ravaged African nation of Lesotho as “a good fit with U.S. policy goals in Africa such as promoting democratic values, free market economies, and health”?
The notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been handed a life sentence to be served out in a US prison by a federal judge in Brooklyn on Wednesday, five months following his initial conviction after the 2017 extradition from Mexico which grabbed world headlines.
Legislators expressed their frustration with the lack of disciplinary treatment of Facebook at a Senate hearing yesterday. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) took a moment during the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on “Google and Censorship through Search Engines” to complain about the Federal Trade Commission’s lenient stance toward Facebook.
If House Democrats want to undermine the seriousness of our constitutional system while also sabotaging their own political prospects, they can do nothing more effective than to vote to open impeachment proceedings against President Trump today.