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Biden's criticism of Trump's Soleimani strike resurfaces after he orders Syria attack

Biden's criticism of Trump's Soleimani strike resurfaces after he orders Syria attack

SharePresident 's criticism of the Trump administration's strike against a top Iranian general, Qassem Soleimani, last year has resurfaced following his operation to launch airstrikes in Syria."The last thing we need is another war in the Middle East," Biden said on January 5, 2020. "My greatest worry is: Does anyone have confidence that has thought through what the next steps are?"Biden's remarks last year came after former President Donald Trump ordered a highly controversial airstrike that killed Soleimani in Iraq on January 2. Soleimani was a who led Iran's Quds Force, the foreign...

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Representative Mark Pocan slams GOP for opposing Equality Act with "nasty, hateful QAnon spirit"

Representative Mark Pocan slams GOP for opposing Equality Act with "nasty, hateful QAnon spirit"

ShareHe Representative Mark Pocan slammed members of the GOP Thursday for opposing the Equality Act with a "nasty and hateful" spirit, before the chamber narrowly passed the bill to advance LGBTQ rights.Speaking from the House floor, the Wisconsin Democrat said he had originally prepared a speech to discuss what the legislation would mean for him and his husband. But following opposition from the Republican Party and a series of anti-transgender actions by GOP Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Pocan said he decided to change course."I was going to talk about the need for equal...

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Some Texas residents see electric charges jump as much as $14K after winter storm

Some Texas residents see electric charges jump as much as $14K after winter storm

ShareAcross Texas, some residents are facing devastating electric charges worth thousands of dollars, after a week of power outages and severe winter weather inflated the price of electricity.Among Texans who use wholesale electric providers, which fluctuates based on real-time market changes and can skyrocket during times of scarcity, some customers are seeing bills as high as $14,000.Scott Willoughby, a resident of Royce City, Texas, that he owes the power company Griddy $13,926.89 for the month February."It would take almost all of my savings if I were to pay that bill," Willoughby told...

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White evangelicals are more likely to believe in QAnon than any other faith group, poll finds

White evangelicals are more likely to believe in QAnon than any other faith group, poll finds

ShareWhite evangelical Protestants are more likely than any other religious group to believe in the QAnon conspiracy theory that claims former President is fighting a global ring of sex-trafficking pedophiles, according to a new poll.In the survey conducted by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), 27 percent of white evangelicals said it was "mostly" or "completely" accurate to say that Trump "has been secretly fighting a group of child sex traffickers that include prominent and Hollywood elites."That percentage is higher than any other faith group surveyed, and more than double the...

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Trump impeachment trial to feature dueling videos of GOP, Democratic calls for confrontation

Trump impeachment trial to feature dueling videos of GOP, Democratic calls for confrontation

ShareFormer President 's lead impeachment attorney Bruce Castor said Friday that he intends to use video footage to call out for "inflammatory rhetoric" during the impeachment trial next week.Speaking on ' The Ingraham Angle, Castor said that he'll be using video content to show Democrats "cheered on" protesters during last summer's racial justice movement, in response to accusations that Trump incited the violent riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6."There's a lot of tape of cities burning and courthouses being attacked and federal agents being assaulted by rioters in the streets,...

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Marjorie Taylor Greene's boast of call with Trump spurs reactions: 'Lies of a feather flock together'

Marjorie Taylor Greene's boast of call with Trump spurs reactions: 'Lies of a feather flock together'

ShareRepublican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene boasted Saturday that she spoke with former President and has his "support," prompting a wave of strong reactions online."I had a GREAT call with my all time favorite POTUS, President Trump!" Taylor Greene claimed Saturday in a tweet."I'm so grateful for his support and more importantly the people of this country are absolutely 100% loyal to him because he is 100% loyal to the people and America First," she added.Taylor Greene's tweet comes as she faces bipartisan criticism and growing calls for her to be removed from office, after past...

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AOC accuses GOP senator Josh Hawley of 'trying to wiggle out of inciting a riot'

AOC accuses GOP senator Josh Hawley of 'trying to wiggle out of inciting a riot'

ShareRepresentative slammed Republican Senator Josh Hawley on Saturday for saying he was merely "representing my constituents" when he voted against the election certification for after deadly riots broke out at the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Five people died in the violence."Sen. Hawley is trying to wiggle out of inciting a riot that killed 5 by saying 'I was just representing my constituents' - but only those who wish to overturn the election and resurrect the Confederacy," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Saturday."Hawley is Senator of Missouri. His constituents are ALL the people of Missouri -...

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Tom Cotton blasted for claims about being an Army Ranger by lawmaker who was one

Tom Cotton blasted for claims about being an Army Ranger by lawmaker who was one

ShareArkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton was criticized by a Democratic lawmaker who served as a U.S. Army Ranger, after Cotton was accused of lying about his military record during his first run for office.Colorado Democratic Representative Jason Crow called out the GOP Senator on Saturday, following a report that said Cotton previously embellished the truth about being an Army Ranger."Hey, unless you wore one of these berets you shouldn't be calling yourself a Ranger. Truth matters," Crow wrote.Crow served in the Army's elite 75th Ranger Regiment during tours in Iraq and Afghanistan,...

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Jan 23
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Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz see approval ratings drop in Missouri, Texas after election objection, riot

Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz see approval ratings drop in Missouri, Texas after election objection, riot

ShareGOP Senators Josh Hawley and have seen their approval ratings drop among voters, including , in their home states following the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6.Hawley, who is from Missouri, has fallen 9 percentage points among Republicans in his state, while Cruz, a Texan, saw his rating drop 5 points.Among all voters, Hawley's approval rating dropped from 42 percent to just 36 percent, while Cruz's went from 48 percent to 45 percent.The state surveys were conducted by Morning Consult and compared the senators' approval ratings with results from a poll that ended on January 5, a day...

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Trump leaving office with 3M less jobs than when he entered, worst record since Depression

Trump leaving office with 3M less jobs than when he entered, worst record since Depression

SharePresident will leave office with 3 million less jobs than when he was inaugurated in 2017, marking the worst presidential job record since the Great Depression.Despite previous claims that he presided over the "greatest economy in the history of our country," Trump's economic legacy was crippled in the last year of his term because of the coronavirus.The jobs report released by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on January 8 shows his employment record will be the worst in modern American history.When Trump first took office in 2017, employment was at 145.6 million. During the first three...

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57 percent of voters say Trump did not "make America great again" as president: poll

57 percent of voters say Trump did not "make America great again" as president: poll

ShareAs President exits the White House Wednesday morning, a majority of Americans said his signature goal to "make America great again" has failed.In a new , 57 percent of voters—including 85 percent of and 57 percent of independents—said Trump did not deliver on his slogan during his four-year term as president.About 39 percent of voters said the president did make American great, driven by a whopping 80 percent of who hold that belief.The poll was conducted between January 15 and January 17, among a national sample of 1,993 registered voters. The margin of error is plus or minus two...

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D.C. cop pinned by mob says "it was my pleasure to crush a white nationalist insurrection"

D.C. cop pinned by mob says "it was my pleasure to crush a white nationalist insurrection"

ShareA Washington D.C. police officer who was swarmed and beaten by pro-Trump rioters at the U.S. Capitol last week reflected on his harrowing experience."If it wasn't my job I would have done that for free. It was absolutely my pleasure to crush a white nationalist insurrection," Daniel Hodges told News on Thursday. "I'm glad I was in a position to be able to help. We'll do it as many times as it takes."Hodges was captured in a video being crushed in a doorway by a violent mob. He said they then stole his equipment and beat him."They ripped my mask off. Stole my equipment. Beat me up....

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Jan 16
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ACLU counsel warns of "unchecked power" of Twitter, Facebook after Trump suspension

ACLU counsel warns of "unchecked power" of Twitter, Facebook after Trump suspension

ShareA legislative counsel member of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) warned Friday that the suspension of President 's social media accounts wielded "unchecked power," by and .Kate Ruane, a senior legislative counsel at the ACLU said in a statement that the decision to suspend Trump from social media could set a precedent for big tech companies to silence less privileged voices."For months, President Trump has been using social media platforms to seed doubt about the results of the election and to undermine the will of voters. We understand the desire to permanently suspend him...

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D.C. riot like 'bad B-movie,' crossed dangerous threshold: former German minister

D.C. riot like 'bad B-movie,' crossed dangerous threshold: former German minister

ShareFormer German foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel warned Friday that the deadly riots by supporters of President at the U.S. Capitol this week crossed a dangerous threshold for American politics.In an , Gabriel said the images of rioters attacking the Capitol looked like they were taken "from some bad B-movie film" and called it a "huge threat to the American institution.""Look, a few days ago it would have been unthinkable to imagine such pictures, you would have said, well, this comes from some bad B-movie film, someone thought up a catastrophe and made a film about it.""Now the threat...

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Bernie Sanders slams GOP for "turning their backs" after McConnell blocks stimulus

Bernie Sanders slams GOP for "turning their backs" after McConnell blocks stimulus

ShareBernie Sanders slammed Senate Republicans for "turning their backs" on Americans after Senate Majority Leader blocked a Democratic effort to boost stimulus checks to from $600 to $2,000 on Tuesday."We are at a historic moment. Do we turn our backs on working families who are hurting like they have never hurt before? Or do we provide them with the help they need?" Sanders, an independent senator from Vermont, tweeted Tuesday."Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans are turning their backs. Enough! Let the Senate vote on $2,000 checks!" he added.On Monday, the House of Representatives...

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Some Tennessee Walmart stores implementing cash-only policy as AT&T works to fix outage

Some Tennessee Walmart stores implementing cash-only policy as AT&T works to fix outage

ShareSome Tennessee Walmart stores have transitioned to cash-only, after experiencing an AT&T internet outage caused by a massive explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning."Due to an AT&T outage in the area, some of our stores are experiencing temporary internet outages. We are actively working with local personnel to get our stores back online and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause" a Walmart spokesperson confirmed to Newsweek on Saturday.Though it is unclear how many stores have been affected, those that are experiencing a service disruption have switched to...

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GOP lawmaker accuses Trump and "grifters" of pushing electoral challenge to raise funds

GOP lawmaker accuses Trump and "grifters" of pushing electoral challenge to raise funds

ShareIllinois Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger accused President and fellow GOP representatives who seek to challenge the Electoral College vote on January 6 of participating in an "utter scam" meant to "raise money and gain followers.""All this talk about Jan 6th from and other congressional grifters is simply explained: they will raise money and gain followers by blaming everyone else knowing full well they can't do anything. It's sad, and an utter scam," Kinzinger tweeted Saturday.The GOP lawmaker's statement comes amid reports that Representative Mo Brooks and Senator Tommy...

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Pro-Trump lawyer calls for Georgia runoffs boycott, hints at arresting Loeffler, Perdue

Pro-Trump lawyer calls for Georgia runoffs boycott, hints at arresting Loeffler, Perdue

ShareLin Wood, a pro-Trump lawyer who has been aggressively promoting unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud, tweeted a plan to boycott Georgia's critical Senate runoff race Friday and hinted at arresting GOP Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.Without evidence, Wood provided by Dominion Voting Systems in the general election switched votes from President Donald Trump to President-elect , and has since Wood has also accused Loeffler, Perdue, and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp of participating in election fraud against Trump."I have received much criticism for demanding that GA fix the 11/3...

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Republicans say U.S. must retaliate for SolarWinds hack, while Trump stays mum

Republicans say U.S. must retaliate for SolarWinds hack, while Trump stays mum

ShareA growing number of Republicans are calling on the U.S. government to retaliate for a high-profile cybersecurity attack that has threatened government agencies and businesses, while President remains silent on the issue.On Friday, congressional Republicans serving on the House Armed Services Committee issued a statement saying that the country "must respond" after it was discovered that the software company SolarWinds—which is used by top government agencies and Fortune 500 companies—had been "Our nation must respond to the reported cyber espionage operation targeting America's nuclear...

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HSS adviser told health officials to use herd immunity to expose low-risk people to virus

HSS adviser told health officials to use herd immunity to expose low-risk people to virus

SharePaul Alexander, a former Trump appointee to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), repeatedly urged top officials to allow millions of low-risk Americans to be infected with the coronavirus in order to adopt herd immunity, according to emails disclosed by Politico.The emails, which were given to the media outlet by the House Oversight Committee, highlight Alexander's consistent desire to allow the virus to spread freely across the country."There is no other way, we need to establish herd, and it only comes about allowing the non-high risk groups expose themselves to the...

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Chinese flight attendants advised to wear diapers to lower chances of COVID infection

Chinese flight attendants advised to wear diapers to lower chances of COVID infection

ShareThe Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) issued strict new guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on flights, including a recommendation that flight attendants wear disposable diapers to avoid using airplane bathrooms.The advice appeared in a November 25 edition of a document titled Technical Guidelines for Epidemic Prevention and Control for Airlines, which outlined 38 pages of guidelines for airlines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.On high-risk flights to and from countries where coronavirus infections exceed 500 in every one million people, the CAAC...

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AOC fires back at lawmaker's remarks about her working-class background: "The GOP acts like they care"

AOC fires back at lawmaker's remarks about her working-class background: "The GOP acts like they care"

ShareAlexandria Ocasio-Cortez called out Republican Representative Dan Crenshaw in a fiery tweet on Saturday after he was caught on tape mocking her former food-service job.Crenshaw, a Texas congressman and former Navy SEAL, was recorded making fun of the New York lawmaker's waitressing background, stating that she "believes the biggest hardship in life" was deciding between serving still or sparkling water."These people are nuts. It's not just . Chuck Schumer is controlled by people like AOC, who believes the biggest hardship in life was figuring out whether it was still or sparkling, and...

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Joe Biden's NSA nominee says U.S. would send a message to China over coronavirus response

Joe Biden's NSA nominee says U.S. would send a message to China over coronavirus response

SharePresident-elect 's national security advisor nominee Jake Sullivan said the United States would "send a very clear message to China" that the country's response to the coronavirus pandemic was unacceptable.Sullivan said that his initial focus of work on the National Security Council (NSC) would be to make public health a national security priority by putting a foot down with the growing world power."The way you actually make sure this doesn't happen again is by sending a very clear message to China that the United States and the rest of the world will not accept a circumstance in which...

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Trump calls Fox News "virtually unwatchable," points followers to OANN and Newsmax

Trump calls Fox News "virtually unwatchable," points followers to OANN and Newsmax

SharePresident called Fox News "virtually unwatchable" on Saturday, and pointed his followers to instead watch conservative media outlets One America News Network (OANN) and Newsmax." daytime is virtually unwatchable, especially during the weekends. Watch ,, or almost anything else. You won't have to suffer through endless interviews with Democrats, and even worse!" he wrote.Trump's latest tweet highlights a progressively rocky relationship between the president and his formerly favorite news outlet.For several months Trump has tweeted criticisms of the conservative network, at times...

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Georgia secretary of state's message to Trump after state's election recount: '"You should leave quietly"

Georgia secretary of state's message to Trump after state's election recount: '"You should leave quietly"

ShareGeorgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said that President should "leave quietly," after Georgia certified its election results for last week.In an interview published in the on Saturday, Raffensperger, a Republican, said he's received threats and angry messages from the president and fellow GOP politicians who disagree with his decision to certify the election."My job as secretary of state is to make sure we have fair and honest elections, follow the law, follow the process," Raffensperger said in the interview. "When you lose an election, you should leave quietly. It's the...

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Nov 28
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