Tulsi Gabbard to Breitbart News: "It's a false choice for people to say you're anti-immigrant if you support secure borders."
Errol Barnett has been named national correspondent at CBS News, based in New York, reporting for CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell, CBS This Morning, and the digital streaming service CBSN. Barnett, who joined CBS News in 2016 as a correspondent based in Washington, recently was the only network journalist to fly through Hurricane Dorian as [
Nationals fans hoped to celebrate a championship with the home team this weekend at the World Series. Two straight losses turned anticipation into disappointment.
The late Jeffrey Epstein -- no relation! -- was, in the words of ABC News's Amy Robach, "the most prolific pedophile this country has ever known." A visibly angry Ms. Robach made the comment in a private conversation earlier this year on the ABC News set, which leaked to the
Everywhere you look, national media outlets can't seem to stop publishing thinkpieces announcing the death of California. It was a good run, apparently, but now it's all over.
Yes, Virginia, there is a political realignment going on. But it is not the one you think it is. Or the one the stupid media keeps telling you it is. So much hand-wringing came from Republicans and conservatives over this week's election results out of places like Virginia and Kentucky.
New reporting from WANE 15 News, Fort Wayne's CBS affiliate, helps explain an important point about the national media's coverage of mass abortionist Ulrich Klopfer, who was found to have kept thousands of fetal remains.
National treasure Nicolas Cage can do it all. And in his new film, “Primal,” out Friday, the eclectic Oscar winner — who’s played everything from the meta version of screenwriter Charlie Kaufman to Spider-Man Noir and so, so much more — takes an animalistic turn. “I do like the idea of playing
On Wednesday night, the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros 6-2 to win the World Series for the first time in the team’s history. Naturally, fans were reveling in the streets after the game, and local news cameras swarmed the celebration. One Fox 5 reporter got a little more than she bargained for when she asked one fan for his thoughts on the win.
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There’s good news and less-good news from Bart Schwartz, the federal monitor overseeing the New York City Housing Authority. He’s just OK’d NYCHA’s plans to spend up to $450 million in state money to repair 148 elevators at 10 public-housing projects and replace 37 boilers at nine others over the next five years. But Schwartz
The inexorable logic of a late-stage bull market means future returns will be lower than in past, even if a recession can be avoided for now.