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RSS Reuters Newsfeed
  • Trump keeping options open as Republican feud rages October 17, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Like the deal-maker he says he is, U.S. President Donald Trump appears to be keeping his options open as his Republican Party threatens to erupt into full-scale war.
  • Trump says he could jettison drug czar pick October 17, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he would review a report that his nominee for drug czar championed a law that weakened the government's ability to fight the nation's opioid epidemic, and said he could consider jettisoning the pick.
  • Senate Republicans gain moment on tax reform budget measure October 17, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday gained crucial support for a vote on a budget resolution that is vital to President Donald Trump's hopes of signing sweeping tax reform legislation into law before January.
  • Senate confirms Callista Gingrich as U.S. Ambassador to Vatican October 16, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Monday voted to confirm President Donald Trump's nomination of Callista Gingrich to be the U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican.
  • Key Republican says Trump must work with Europe on Iran October 16, 2017
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senator Bob Corker, the Republican chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, urged President Donald Trump's administration on Monday to work closely with European allies as it develops its new Iran policy.
RSS Buzzfeed Politics
  • Trump Wants "A Little Time To Pass" Before Calling Families Of Soldiers Killed Nearly Two Weeks Ago October 16, 2017
    Saul Loeb / AFP / Getty Images During a press conference at the White House on Monday, President Trump said he had not yet called the families of four US soldiers who died in an ambush attack in Niger almost two weeks ago because he wanted "a little time to pass."Trump also made a claim […]
  • Steve Bannon Says Trump Shouldn't Be Mocked And Ridiculed By Critics During Wartime October 14, 2017
    Craig Ruttle / AP Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon slammed Republican Senator Bob Corker for his public sledging of the Trump White House as "an adult daycare center," declaring him a "real piece of work" in a speech at a conservative summit on Saturday."Bob Corker has trashed the Commander-in-chief of our Armed Forces, […]
  • Texas Executes Man Who Claims He Was Framed For A Prison Guard's Murder October 12, 2017
    Texas Department of Criminal Justice via AP Robert Pruett, 38, was executed Thursday night for the 1999 murder of a Texas corrections officer, Daniel Nagle, while Pruett was serving a life sentence for another crime.The US Supreme Court denied his last attempts to get the execution halted earlier Thursday.At the time of Nagle's murder, Pruett […]
  • Association of Women in Sports Media Silent On Jemele Hill October 12, 2017
    Via Twitter An organization that “supports the advancement and growth of women” in sports media is silent after one of its own, ESPN’s Jemele Hill, was disciplined for violations to the company’s social media policy and then targeted and personally attacked by the president of the United States.After an email inquiry about the national attention […]
  • Black Sports Journalists Group Says ESPN Relationship Has No Bearing On Their Feelings On Jemele Hill October 12, 2017
    Jemele Hill and Michael Smith earlier this year. Paras Griffin / Getty Images The leader of a group advocating for black sports journalists says he disagrees with ESPN’s decision to suspend Jemele Hill for two weeks.Sherrod Blakely, a Boston-based basketball writer and president of the National Association of Black Journalists Sports Task Force, told BuzzFeed […]
  • Hillary Clinton And The Obamas Respond To Harvey Weinstein Allegations. Clinton Says She'll Donate Funds To Charity. October 10, 2017
    Clinton and Weinstein in 2012. Larry Busacca / Getty Images Hillary Clinton said Tuesday she was "shocked and appalled" by allegations that movie producer Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted numerous women — five days after they were made public by the New York Times.Former President Obama followed up later in the day, issuing a joint statement […]
  • Women’s March: ESPN Jemele Hill Suspension “A Despicable Attempt” To Silence Her October 10, 2017
    Jemele Hill earlier this summer Leon Bennett / Getty Images The organizers of the Women's March called ESPN's suspension of Jemele Hill the silencing of a black woman speaking out against systemic oppression in America and "proof of how deeply entrenched racism is within our institutions."ESPN suspended Hill for two weeks on Monday, saying that […]
  • The Trump (Alternate) Reality Show October 9, 2017
    Ahn Young-joon / AP President Trump would like you to believe he’s about to score his first major legislative victory by passing tax reform before the year ends. He'll then pass a bipartisan deal to protect DREAMers, convince Democrats to help repeal Obamacare, all while decertifying the Iran deal and playing good cop-bad cop with […]
  • Virgin Islands Delegate: Pence’s Visit Was Good, So Donald Trump Doesn’t Need To Visit October 9, 2017
    Pence in Las Vegas last week Ethan Miller / Getty Images US Virgin Islands Delegate Stacey Plaskett doesn’t believe it's essential to the US Virgin Islands recovery efforts that Donald Trump visit the island territory devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.Plaskett a week ago, amid a crisis of a lack of media and attention on […]
  • The Campus Free Speech Wars Are Dramatically Changing What It Means To Be A College Republican October 8, 2017
    Milo Yiannopoulos is escorted away from the Berkeley campus last month. Josh Edelson / AFP / Getty Images A new generation of Republicans is being raised on the terms of a debate set by Milo Yiannopoulos.Here’s how it’s happened the last few years: Some campus group, often a College Republican organization, will invite the right-wing […]
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  • Trump: "Hillary, Please Run Again" October 16, 2017
    President Trump asked Hillary Clinton to run for president again in 2020 at a press conference Monday afternoon with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. "Hillary, please run again," Trump said. Trump said there are a lot of reasons why she didn't win, including she "wasn't good at what she did," but being in favor of […]
  • '60 Minutes': DEA Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi Saw How Opioid Pills Would Become Epidemic October 16, 2017
    CBS NEWS: Why has the country's opioid problem become a national emergency? A high-ranking whistleblower from the DEA explains how the drug industry--and Congress--fueled an epidemic "People are dying." That's what whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi told 60 Minutes over and over again. "People are dying." This week, the broadcast airs Bill Whitaker's interview with Rannazzisi, a […]
  • Trump On Bannon Taking On McConnell, Establishment: "I Understand Fully How Steve Bannon Feels" October 16, 2017
    President Trump reacted to former adviser Steve Bannon calling for a "season of war" against the Republican establishment in his speech to the Values Voter Summit over the weekend. At a cabinet meeting Monday morning Trump was asked to respond and said, "I understand fully how Steve Bannon feels." Trump expressed his frustration with Republican […]
  • Kimmel: Losing 30% Of Republican Viewers Not Ideal, But "Riddance" If You Don't Want To Watch October 16, 2017
    In an interview with CBS This Morning, Jimmy Kimmel talked about a potential of losing some of his audience. Kimmel said he saw a study or a poll where three years ago he was equally liked by both Republicans and Democrats and now Republican numbers went down "like 30 percent." "As a talk show host, […]
  • Scarborough: Trump Punts On Iran Deal; "The Buck Stops Here Does Not Apply In This White House" October 16, 2017
    MSNBC: After the president punted next steps for the Iran deal to Congress, there are three actions they can take: Do nothing, re-impose sanctions or amend nuclear review requirements. The panel discusses.
RSS Democracy Now
  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-16 Monday October 16, 2017
    Headlines for October 16, 2017; "Stop the Unconstitutional War in Yemen": Rep. Ro Khanna on Growing Opposition to U.S.-Backed War; CA Rep. Khanna: "We Can't Control Environmental Catastrophes Caused by Extreme Climate Conditions"; Scientist Daniel Swain on "Unprecedented Climate Conditions" Contributing to Deadly CA Wildfires; "Everything was on Fire": CA Resident Describes Fleeing 30-Foot-High Flames […]
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  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-13 Friday October 13, 2017
    Headlines for October 13, 2017; Rep. Luis Gutiérrez: Trump Wants to Own Puerto Rico But Not Help Those Dying After the Hurricane; Is Trump Slashing Healthcare Subsidies for the Poor to Decimate Obamacare & Cut Taxes for the Rich?; Psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton on Duty to Warn: Trump's "Relation to Reality" is Dangerous to Us […]
    Democracy Now!
  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-12 Thursday October 12, 2017
    As more women accuse Harvey Weinstein of harassment, sexual assault and rape, we speak with two of his victims about their encounters with him; we also speak with journalist Irin Carmon, who says, "Women shouldn't trust the men who call themselves allies.
    Democracy Now!
  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-11 Wednesday October 11, 2017
    A climate scientist discusses global warming and California's raging fires; Rev. Jesse Jackson examines Puerto Rico's recovery, voter suppression and NFL protests against racism; a DACA recipient responds to Trump's refusal to renew the program.
    Democracy Now!
  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-10 Tuesday October 10, 2017
    Ahead of Catalonia's expected declaration of independence, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange says he advised Catalans to communicate securely amid repression; New Yorkers rally for removal of Columbus statue, call for Indigenous Peoples' Day.
    Democracy Now!
  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-09 Monday October 9, 2017
    In a _Democracy Now!_ special, world-renowned Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei talks about his childhood, activism, arrest and imprisonment, and his new art challenging borders and revealing the journeys of refugees worldwide.
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  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-06 Friday October 6, 2017
    International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins the Nobel Peace Prize; Trump threatens to sabotage the nuclear agreement with Iran; the NRA may use "bump stocks" regulation to foil gun reform; and a report from Vieques, Puerto Rico.
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  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-05 Thursday October 5, 2017
    As the Senate Intelligence Committee says Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, we discuss Russia and Trump with Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen; and we speak with Puerto Rican-born Rep. Nydia Velázquez.
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  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-04 Wednesday October 4, 2017
    Headlines for October 04, 2017; Could Trump Actually Cancel Puerto Rico's Wall Street Debt After Devastation of Hurricane Maria?; After Las Vegas Massacre, Advocates Look to Australia's Successful Fight to Curb Gun Violence; Rev. Barber: Systematic Racialized Voter Suppression is the "Election Hacking" the U.S. Must Address; Rev. Barber on NFL Protests: MLK Kneels, Prophets […]
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  • Democracy Now! 2017-10-03 Tuesday October 3, 2017
    After the Las Vegas mass shooting, we examine Nevada's lax gun laws with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense; discuss pending bills that "could make mass shootings deadlier"; and get an update from Puerto Rico from a protest against Trump's visit.
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