‘Objective’ Fox Anchor Swipes At McCain After He Opposed Graham-Cassidy Bill

Harris Faulkner was supposedly wearing her “objective anchor” hat this afternoon but she was clearly peeved after news broke that Senator John McCain (R-AZ) would not support the Graham-Cassidy bill version of Trumpcare. McCain’s “no” vote means the bill will not likely pass by the September 30, 2017 deadline (but don’t count it out yet).… Read More

'Red Alert' Sounded: Trumpcare Is Back, More Brutal and Deadly Than Ever

The Trumpcare zombie has risen from the grave to terrorize the American public once more. “Defeating Trumpcare doesn’t take rocket science. What it takes is steady focus and relentless pressure. We can do this. Lives depend on it.” —Ben Wikler, MoveOn.orgProgressive organizations, lawmakers, hospital groups, and healthcare specialists have issued a “red alert” as reporting… Read More

New Zealand’s iconic kiwi birds may be losing their sight

Flightless… and sometimes sightless Joel Sartore, National Geographic Photo Ark By Andy Coghlan Not all birds need to see. Blind but perfectly healthy kiwis have been found living in New Zealand. The flightless nocturnal birds may be evolving to lose their eyesight altogether, suggest the researchers. The blind kiwis seem able to survive just as… Read More

Plan to save Great Barrier Reef from encroaching farm pollution

Millions of tonnes of sludge wash into the reef each year Greening Australia By Alice Klein in Mungalla Station, Australia The sky above is grey and drizzly, but the wetlands are still beautiful to behold. Flocks of magpie geese settle on the glassy water, honking and nibbling at bright green tufts of sedge. I’m at… Read More

OSIRIS-REx spacecraft zooms by Earth on its way to an asteroid

Set course for Bennu NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab By Leah Crane To Bennu and back again! At around 1700 GMT today, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will hurtle around Earth at 8.5 kilometres per second, giving it the boost it needs to reach the asteroid Bennu next August. Since its 2016 launch, the… Read More

Even jellyfish get sluggish if they don’t have enough sleep

Sleeping with the fishes Pete Oxford/Minden Pictures/FLPA RM By Sam Wong Birds do it, bees do it, even enervated fleas do it. Sleep is widely believed to be common to all animals with a central nervous system, but it turns out to be even more ubiquitous than that. Jellyfish have been found to enter a… Read More

Two-colour pixels let you draw pair of images in the same space

Two for the price of one Siwat Kumpookaew/EyeEm/Getty By Leah Crane A new kind of pixel will have you seeing double. Researchers have printed two entirely different images in the same space using special nanomaterials instead of regular inks. Traditionally, a pixel is the smallest controllable piece of a printed picture or an image on… Read More

Our closest star system may be home to a stolen star and planet

The odds of life on Proxima b may have improved ESO/M. Kornmesser By Leah Crane Proxima Centauri may be an interloper from far away. The stellar system closest to Earth consists of three stars: the closely orbiting pair of Alpha Centauri A and B, and an outlier called Proxima Centauri. A new analysis finds that… Read More

There are hardly any old fish left in the ocean – and that’s bad

No ocean for old fish FLPA/REX/Shutterstock By Michael Tennesen There are not just fewer fish in the sea: there are disproportionately fewer old fish. A study of fisheries in the seas around the US and Europe has found that their populations of ageing fish have been reduced by an average of 72 per cent. The… Read More

Mexico hit by second huge quake caused by same tectonic strain

Rescuers work in the rubble after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck on September 19, 2017 in Mexico City, Mexico Rafael S. Fabres/Getty Images By Alice Klein Mexico has been rocked by its second big earthquake in less than two weeks and could be hit by more. The magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck central Mexico just after… Read More

World hunger is on the rise again due to climate change and war

War is increasing food insecurity Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images By Andy Coghlan Global hunger is on the rise for the first time in over a decade, thanks to a toxic combination of localised wars aggravated by climate extremes. In 2016, the number of undernourished people increased year on year for the first time since 2003, when… Read More

Facebook allowed adverts to be targeted at ‘Jew haters’

Advertising to the unlikeable Newscast /REX/Shutterstock By Matt Reynolds Facebook allows organisations to target adverts at people who declare an interest in topics such as “how to burn Jews” and “Hitler did nothing wrong”. The investigative news organisation ProPublica reported on Thursday that it was able to use Facebook’s ad-buying service to direct adverts to… Read More

Cassini takes last look at the ring patterns made by mini moons

Spot the strange shape NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute By Mika McKinnon In its final look around the Saturn system, the Cassini spacecraft captured one last image of the propellers nestled in the outermost part of the main rings. These beautiful patterns show up when tiny moonlets disturb the material of the rings. But they’re not just… Read More

Final pictures from Cassini as probe smashes into Saturn

Cassini’s final image of the planet it has called home for 13 years NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute/Jason Major By Leah Crane Cassini is dead; long live Cassini. On the evening of 14 September, the Cassini spacecraft sent back its final images of the Saturn system. Early this morning, it sank into the top of the giant… Read More

Brown dwarfs have strong magnetic fields just like real stars

Chuck Carter and Gregg Hallinan/Caltech By Jesse Emspak A magnetic disturbance has been directly observed on a brown dwarf for the first time, showing that these objects behave more like stars than planets. They exhibit strong magnetic fields and possibly, like stars, interact with the discs of gas and dust that surround them in their… Read More

Watching Cassini’s last moments from inside NASA mission control

The Cassini team says goodbye NASA/Joel Kowsky By Mika McKinnon The Cassini spacecraft’s mission ended in seconds when its signal was lost after entering Saturn’s atmosphere in the early hours of 15 September. But saying goodbye has been a week-long process at Mission Control in Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena, California. The beginning of the… Read More

The NHS is using a chatbot to do tedious corporate team-building

Team discussions could be different if a chatbot joins in, but will they get better? sturti/Getty By Timothy Revell Are your colleagues lousy at communicating with each other? A chatbot could help, specifically one called CoachBot. Developed by the London-based HR company Saberr, it asks about workplace dynamics and provides the team with reports. A… Read More

Science after Brexit will be weaker all round

Still stronger together Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images AS THE European Union (Withdrawal) Bill wends its way through parliament, the shape of post-Brexit Britain is slowly being revealed. And not before time: as things stand, the UK will drop out of the EU in just 18 months. The scale of the task remains momentous, and there is… Read More

End-of-life chatbot can help you with difficult final decisions

A chatbot could help Hero Images/Getty By Matt Reynolds Could chatbots lend a non-judgemental ear to people making decisions about the end of their life? A virtual agent that helps people have conversations about their funeral plans, wills and spiritual matters is set to be trialled in Boston over the next two years with people… Read More

Kids everywhere have damaging gender stereotyping set by age 10

Strength is for everyone Getty By Andy Coghlan Damaging gender stereotypes are ingrained from the age of 10. That is the conclusion of the first study to draw together data from high, middle and low-income countries across different cultures about how “tweenagers” perceive growing up as a boy or girl. Researchers interviewed 450 children aged 10… Read More

Blind people repurpose the brain’s visual areas for language

The brain’s malleable nature may hold the key to greater independence ABK/BSIP/Superstock By Jessica Hamzelou People who are blind use parts of their brain that normally handle for vision to process language, as well as sounds – highlighting the brain’s extraordinary ability to requisition unused real estate for new functions. Neurons in the part of the… Read More

Liquid cats and arousing crocs bag Ig Nobel prizes

By Leah Crane Cats are liquids, holding a crocodile can make you risk it all on the slots, and lots of people are really disgusted by cheese. All of these scientific results were winners in the 2017 Ig Nobel Awards, which honor strange, funny, and creative research, “achievements that first make people laugh, and then… Read More

Sex and aggression linked in male mouse brains but not in female

Get out of my way! VictorTyakht/Getty By Jessica Hamzelou Aggression and sexual behaviour are controlled by the same brain cells in male mice – but not in females. The finding suggests that males are more likely to become aggressive when they see a potential mate than females. The brain regions that contain these cells look… Read More

Could we store carbon dioxide as liquid lakes under the sea?

Sumatra: the Sunda trench lies close by far beneath the ocean Planet Observer/Getty By Michael Marshall Here is a radical solution to dangerous climate change: create lakes of liquid carbon dioxide on the seabed, and keep the greenhouse gas out of the air. As well as cutting our emissions of carbon dioxide, it is becoming… Read More

No, climate science isn’t wrong, and yes, global warming is real

Kicking old habits is just too hard JGalione/Getty THE Paris Agreement aspires to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. But is this target at all realistic? Climate scientists had estimated that this means we can emit no more than 70 gigatonnes of carbon (GtC) after 2015. At current emission rates, we will pass this… Read More

Thousands likely to be killed by Hurricane Irma’s deadly legacy

People displaced from their homes may have reduced access to their essential goods and medicines Jason Henry/New York Times/Redux/eyevine By Debora MacKenzie About 200 people are thought to have been killed by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in the Caribbean and southern US. But many more will feel knock-on health effects in the coming weeks and… Read More

Secrets of butterfly wing patterns revealed by gene hacking

Wing patterns of a normal Sara Longwing butterfly (left) compared to a mutant butterfly generated with CRISPR (right) Richard Wallbank/Smithsonian Institution and University of Cambridge/PA Wire By New Scientist staff and Press Association Butterfly wings have been given make-overs by scientists who tweaked a “painting gene” to change their patterns and colours. The research has… Read More

Tool-wielding monkeys push local shellfish to edge of extinction

Don’t eat all the shellfish Mark MacEwen / NaturePL By Aylin Woodward HUMANS aren’t the only primate to have pushed their prey towards extinction. Monkeys have also over-exploited animals for food. Long-tailed macaques forage for shellfish on islands off Thailand, then crack them open with stone tools. They target the largest rock oysters, bludgeoning them… Read More

Sacrificial virgin spiders let their nieces eat them alive

Anja Junghanns By Sandhya Sekar Species: Stegodyphus dumicola Habitat: Massive spider webs in southern Africa Advertisement It takes a lot to be a good aunt if you’re a velvet spider. In fact, it takes your internal organs. After tending lovingly to your sisters’ eggs and regurgitating food for newborns, it’s time to offer yourself as… Read More

Shaken baby syndrome is not definitive proof of child abuse

Tim Flach/Getty Controversy surrounding “shaken baby syndrome” (SBS) is taking centre stage again. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) meets today with a session underscoring the message that most paediatricians – child abuse specialists among them – say it remains a “valid” diagnosis. In other words, the paediatric community continues to believe that shaking can… Read More

Mysterious flashing star seems destined for an explosive end

The spiral galaxy NGC 2403, containing the star known as 1954J Martin Pugh/NASA By Josh Sokol Every night, supernova surveys sweep their nets through the dark like fishing trawlers, searching for stars that suddenly brighten. What they find comes back to Earth through emails, text alerts and Twitter. Some of these exploding stars turn out… Read More

This AI reads the news to keep tabs on US police shootings

Safest to do what they say Robert Nickelsberg/Getty By Matt Reynolds Police shootings in the US frequently make local and national headlines, but there is no government-run database of the fatalities. So people are turning to machine learning to make sure no shooting by the police goes unrecorded. Working out how many people in the… Read More

US nuclear carrier conducts naval drills with Japan as N. Korea threatens H-bomb test

The 100,000-ton US Navy supercarrier ‘Ronald Reagan’ has conducted drills with Japanese warships south of the Korean Peninsula, Japan’s military said. Pyongyang, meanwhile, has threatened a further “hydrogen bomb test” over the Pacific. The Japan Maritime Self Defense Force said in a statement on Friday that the Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarrier ‘Ronald Reagan,’ based in the… Read More

18mn yo asexual worm could unlock secrets of cloning humans

Scientists have revealed how an asexual worm that lived 18 million years ago has been cloning itself without sexual reproduction – solving a longstanding mystery. The species of tiny, transparent roundworm, Diploscapter pachys, belongs to one of the oldest living lineages of asexual animals, researchers confirmed. The research by New York University (NYU)’s Center for… Read More

The Health Care Cul-de-Sac

Ross Douthat Before John McCain put yet another Republican health care plan on life support on Friday, I was going to do with the Graham-Cassidy legislation what I’ve done with previous Republican bills, and weigh the plausible ideas that it contains against its hastily rigged-up architecture and predictable G.O.P. stinginess. But sometimes, when a party… Read More

Woman calls veteran's PTSD service dog 'nasty' in viral video

An argument broke out at a Delaware restaurant this week after a woman complained to a veteran that service dogs inside eateries are “nasty.” The video shows Ciara Miller standing inside of Kathy’s Crab House arguing with a small group of people, including a man holding a leash of a Great Dane wearing a vest… Read More

Steve Bannon to travel to Alabama to campaign against Trump-endorsed candidate

In this photo taken April 29, 2017, Steve Bannon, chief White House strategist to President Donald Trump is seen in Harrisburg, Pa  (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) Former White House adviser Steve Bannon will head to Alabama to campaign for Roy Moore – the Christian conservative who is running against the candidate endorsed by President Trump in… Read More

Las Vegas police reveal how dummy helped secure conviction

LAS VEGAS –  Las Vegas police detectives say they were surprised when they were able to use a decoy mannequin in their search for a suspected killer who had bludgeoned to death two homeless men. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports Metropolitan Police Department officers and a prosecutor described Tuesday how they used a CPR-training mannequin… Read More

New York Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony reacts after hitting a 3-point shot in a game against the Detroit Pistons this past March. The Knicks agreed to trade Anthony to the Thunder on Saturday.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson) NEW YORK –  Carmelo Anthony won’t be at Knicks training camp after all. He’ll be in Oklahoma City, joining… Read More

The Latest: Traffic is light during border crossing closure

SAN DIEGO –  The Latest on closing Mexico-bound car traffic at the nation’s busiest border crossing for construction work (all times local): 12:15 p.m. Detoured traffic is unusually light during the closure of all Mexico-bound car traffic at the busiest U.S. border crossing in San Diego. U.S. authorities say people are heeding their calls to… Read More

2nd Indian spiritual guru arrested for rape

Published time: 23 Sep, 2017 18:22 Indian police have arrested a well-known spiritual guru for allegedly raping a 21-year-old woman. Falahari Maharaja was imprisoned for 15 days while authorities complete their investigation. The woman, a law student, said the guru sexually assaulted her on August 7 when she went to give him 3,000 rupees she… Read More

'Women have quarter of a brain’, Saudi cleric claims

Published time: 22 Sep, 2017 19:04Edited time: 23 Sep, 2017 18:30 A Saudi cleric has been slated for saying that women don’t deserve to drive because they only have a quarter of a brain. Sheikh Saad Al-Hijri was also banned from performing his religious duties because of his outrageous comments. Al-Hijri made his brain-numbing remarks… Read More

World's richest female billionaire dies aged 94

Published time: 21 Sep, 2017 21:00Edited time: 22 Sep, 2017 08:32 Liliane Bettencourt, the world’s richest woman and heiress to the vast L’Oreal fortune, has died at her home aged 94. Bettencourt, listed by Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index as the fifteenth richest person in the world with a total net worth of $42.5, and the world’s… Read More

Spacetacular: RT to show world’s first 360-view video shot in open space

Published time: 22 Sep, 2017 11:21 Next month RT will show the first-ever panoramic video shot in open space by the crew of the International Space Station (ISS), sharing an actual spacewalk experience with an unparalleled level of immersion. “The first-ever panoramic video from open space is a revolution both for VR technology and for… Read More

N. Korea says rockets to US ‘inevitable’ after Trump insults Kim

Published time: 23 Sep, 2017 19:27 The bad-mouthing by the US president only makes a North Korean strike on the US “inevitable,” while the sanctions would not move Pyongyang’s resolve to develop nuclear and missile weaponry “by an inch,” according to the North Korean Foreign Minister. The insults dished out by US President Donald Trump… Read More

Megyn Kelly Hopes for a Trump-Free Zone with New NBC Show

NEW YORK (AP) — Megyn Kelly says she left Fox News Channel to bring more joy to her life. NBC hopes that starting Monday, she can spread some to the network and its viewers. The former Fox News Channel star and Donald Trump foil debuts her talk show at 9 a.m. EDT, nestled into the… Read More

White House Backs Off Tough Trade Stance as Tax Fight Dawns

The Trump administration’s tough line on trade may be a casualty of its tax reform efforts. Although Republicans have long called for tax cuts and reform of the tax system, the White House has decided it needs to soften its stance on trade in order to preserve Capitol Hill Republican votes for tax reform. Administration… Read More

Trump Approves More Than 100K Illegal Aliens for DACA in Last Three Months

AP Photo/Ross D.Franklin by John Binder22 Sep 2017Washington, D.C.0 22 Sep, 201722 Sep, 2017 President Trump’s administration has approved more than 100,000 illegal aliens to be shielded from deportation and given work permits through an Obama-created temporary amnesty program, new federal immigration data reveals. Under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, nearly 800,000… Read More

Poll: Roy Moore Holds Commanding Lead Over Luther Strange in Alabama Senate Race

Brynn Anderson/AP by Adam Shaw22 Sep 20170 22 Sep, 201722 Sep, 2017 Judge Roy Moore holds a significant advantage over his establishment opponent Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) in the Alabama Senate race — with a poll released Friday showing that Moore has an eight-point lead over the Trump-backed Strange. The FOX10/Strategy Research statewide poll, conducted Wednesday… Read More

‘It Undermines Integrity Of Elections’: Glitch Allows Non-U.S. Citizens In Pa. To Vote

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Is North Korea Part Of A Globalist False Flag Plot?

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The moment a dog overcomes his fear of stairs

A black lab was afraid of stairs but conquered his fear at the veterinary clinicAt first he whimpers and refuses to put his feet higher than the first step By the end of the video, he bounds up the stairs with a little encouragement   By Dailymail.com Reporter Published: 13:50 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 15:38… Read More

Torrent of water in Puerto Rico after dam ravaged by Maria

Water swept through after the dam sustained structural damage from the stormNearly 16 inches of rain fell in the area, significantly raising water levels on the 90-year-old damThe National Weather Service warned that failure of the dam was ‘imminent’ and could lead to ‘life-threatening’ flash floodingThe 345-yard dam is used for public water and irrigation… Read More

Deaf man's family calls for Oklahoma City officer's arrest

Magdiel Sanchez’s family wants the police officer who fatally shot him investigated and arrested Sanchez, 35, was completely deaf and also developmentally disabled The officer shot him when he wouldn’t put down a pipe because he could not hear the instructions His family said the pipe that was believed to be a weapon was actually his walking stickWitnesses… Read More

Soul star Charles Bradley dies aged 68

By Dailymail.com Reporter and Afp Published: 18:45 EDT, 6 September 2017 | Updated: 14:52 EDT, 23 September 2017 Acclaimed funk singer Charles Bradley has passed away at the age of 68. The news was announced via the singer’s official Twitter account on Saturday. The short statement read: ‘It is with a heavy heart that we… Read More

Trump doubles down on tirade against NFL anthem kneelers

Trump has doubled down on criticism of NFL players who kneel for the anthemSays that if they don’t want to stand for the flag, they should find a new jobFormer quarterback Colin Kaepernick started the protest trend a year ago NFL commissioner clapped back over Trump’s remark about the players Head of NFL players’ union says ‘we can… Read More

Bill Nye interrupts a gang of bikini-clad girls twerking

By Ross Mcdonagh For Dailymail.com Published: 12:03 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 13:02 EDT, 23 September 2017 There’s no-one better to get stuck in an elevator with than a mechanical engineer. But its a bonus when that mechanical engineer is Bill Nye, as a gang of bikini-clad girls discovered on Friday night. The five… Read More

Hostages released at Tennessee bank by man with machete

The man stormed Community First Bank in Columbia, Tennessee, at 2.30pmHe initially held nine hostages then let five go but held the other four back At around 6.30pm, he allowed the other four hostages to go free The man was arrested at around 11.30pm by a SWAT team which had been in place for hoursIt is not… Read More

'Christian numerologist' predicted world's end on Saturday

David Meade has made past claims that the world will end on September 23He now is saying that it will not end but that ‘the world as we know it is ending’He cites the number 33 and his interpretation of the Bible’s Book of Revelation in suggesting that the planet Nibiru will strike Earth  By… Read More

Is this mother right to help her 6-year-old change gender?

Dressed in a blue polo and jeans, he looks and acts like any other six-year-old boyNobody would suspect that six-year-old Dexter Jones was actually born a girlThree years ago tomboyish Talia announced to her mother that she was a boy By Antonia Hoyle for the Daily Mail Published: 20:58 EDT, 22 September 2017 | Updated: 04:33… Read More

The joys of a Danube cruise revealed

By Caroline Hendrie For The Mail On Sunday Published: 04:08 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 07:14 EDT, 23 September 2017 The forested hills of Austria to the west, the plains of Hungary to the south east and, below, the red roofs of the capital of Slovakia reaching down to the snaking river. The panorama… Read More

We do like to be beside the seaside – in China

By Michael Stuart-thomas For The Mail On Sunday Published: 04:09 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 08:40 EDT, 23 September 2017 The idea of visiting the US for a sun and sand holiday is a relatively recent phenomenon. The early tourists to the States were more interested in discovering New York and the grandeur of the… Read More

Frida the rescue dog emerges as hero of Mexican earthquake

Frida the Navy rescue dog has emerged as a source of inspiration and pride in the search for survivorsKnown for her custom-made doggy goggles and boots, the 7-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever has become a social media star, appearing on one man’s tattoo and the unofficial image of a 500-peso note In her career, Frida has located… Read More

Turning a pleasant corner of Greece into a dream spot

By Celia Thomas For The Mail On Sunday Published: 04:08 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 08:41 EDT, 23 September 2017 We’ve been to Corfu twice and had good family holidays. If this sounds as if I’m damning it with faint praise then I probably am. Both holidays were in the north-east part of the… Read More

Is this a UFO over London? Dad spots a 'glowing' object

Gary Lowe was driving through Dagenham when he spotted the objectMr Lowe, 38, claimed the object was flying silently through the skyHe has not ruled out it could be from another planet, saying: ‘I just don’t know’The father-of-three posted the footage in a bid to get answers to what it may be By Charlie Bayliss… Read More

How herpes can cause stillbirth: We explain Usher's saga

Three people are currently suing Usher for exposing them to herpesTwo of the plaintiffs are female, and one is claiming that the twins she was pregnant with were stillborn because of the virus she got from UsherHerpes can cause pregnant women to miscarry or give birth prematurelyFetuses can contract herpes from their mother through the… Read More

Indonesia's sublime Bintan Island is a haven for all

The Daily Mail’s Siobhan Warwicker got close to local wildlife on Indonesia’s Riau ArchipelagoShe stayed at the acclaimed Banyan Tree Bintan, a private resort of 64 thatched villas next to the sea During her stay she encountered turtles, bats and even cheeky monkeys who all populate the island  By Siobhan Warwicker For The Daily Mail Published: 05:36… Read More

Clooney says Hillary Clinton wasn't fit for White House

George Clooney said he believes Hillary Clinton wasn’t the right fit for PresidentClooney, 56, spoke in a wide-ranging interview with the Daily Beast where he admitted Clinton was ‘qualified for the job,’ but wasn’t a ‘skilled communicator’He said: ‘Being qualified for the job does not necessarily mean you’re the right person to be president’The Academy… Read More

Trump: BOYCOTT NFL teams if players won't stand for Anthem

Donald Trump told an Alabama crowd that they should boycott professional football teams whose players refuse to stand for the National Anthem ‘If you see it – even if it’s one player – leave the stadium. I guarantee things will stop,’ he saidThe President was stumping for Luther Strange, a Republican who is running in a… Read More

New Zealand election: results too close to call

New Zealand’s new Prime Minister hasn’t been decided after results too close  National Party won most votes, but not enough for them to govern without helpThe current New Zealand parliament has been in power for almost ten years Labour Party could win, meaning Jacinda Ardern could become Prime Minister  By Emily Pidgeon For Daily Mail Australia… Read More

Color photos from 1942 of Navy cadets preparing for WWII

The shots were taken at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi by photographer Howard R. HollemmHollemm worked for the Office of War Information, a news agency that promoted patriotic propagandaThe images feature both men and women naval cadets and workers inspecting airplanes, wielding machine guns, and trying on protective clothing and gas masks in preparation for… Read More

Trump continues to slam Senator John McCain on Twitter

Trump blasted Senator John McCain in a series of tweets posted SaturdayThe President accused the Arizona lawmaker of breaking his promises He also took McCain to task for not supporting a bill proposed by a colleagueMcCain said Thursday he could not ‘in good conscience’ support a new Obamacare repeal proposal Later that evening, Trump went after McCain… Read More

Wisconsin school requires girls to have dresses approved

Pewaukee School District in Wisconsin requires ‘dress wearing’ students to submit photos of what they are wearing to school dances before buying tickets Girls must submit photos of the front and back on their dresses, but boys do not need their attire approvedStudents are not allowed to wear spaghetti straps, show midriff, show cleavage or have… Read More

Texas couple arrested by ICE before infant son's surgery

Oscar and Irma Sanchez were en route to their 2-month-old son Issac’s surgery in Texas when they were arrested by ICE agentsThe Sanchez family told NPR they were undocumented and needed to pass a Border Patrol checkpoint before able get to the hospitalAn agent showed up to another hospital in Harlingen, Texas, where the pair… Read More

The homeless of Salt Lake City are vanishing

Hundreds of homeless people in Salt Lake City have leftCity officials and police are baffled as to why so many have left so suddenlyStagnant wages and higher rents left many to live on the streets over the yearsAs a result, violent crime rates started to rise inside the cityWhat followed was an initiative to boost… Read More

Iran tests new medium-range missile, defying US warnings

State television carried footage of the launch of the Khoramshahr missile First displayed at a high-profile military parade in Tehran on Friday Has a range of 1,250 miles (2,000 km) and can carry multiple warheads  By Harvey Day For Mailonline Published: 05:21 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 12:19 EDT, 23 September 2017 Iran said on Saturday… Read More

Beyonce and Jay-Z buy seven-bedroom $26m Hamptons mansion 

Celebrity power couple Jay- Z and Beyonce were the lucky buyers of the sprawling Hamptons estate that had been on the market for eight years The state was listed in 2009 for $39.5m and finally sold this summer for $26m The sprawling 12,000 square foot home designed by Jeffery Collé, sits on two acres of property A spa, waterfront… Read More

Facebook nixes plan for new stock class ahead of trial

Mark Zuckerberg said Friday that Facebook is withdrawing plans to create a new class of stock that would have let him keep tight reins on the companyZuckerberg had said in April 2016 that the plan for the new shares would let him fund his philanthropy goals while keeping control of Facebook But shareholders sued, arguing the… Read More

Perez Hilton says Kylie Jenner 'should have had abortion'

By Eve Buckland For Mailonline Published: 08:27 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 12:45 EDT, 23 September 2017 She is reportedly four months pregnant with a baby girl, and is said to be ‘excited and thrilled’ about welcoming her first child. But shock blogger Perez Hilton has ignited controversy after claiming Kylie Jenner, 20,’should have… Read More

Race is on to build the most luxurious civilian submarine

Companies are vying to be the first to get an ultra-luxury submarine to marketProposed submersibles would offer the height of opulence to wealthy ownersFeatures include helipads, swimming pools, and hangars for mini-subs By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com Published: 14:41 EDT, 23 September 2017 | Updated: 14:41 EDT, 23 September 2017 Companies are racing to build… Read More

Trump Trounces “Hypocrite” McCain, Thinks Rand Paul “May Find A Way” To Save Obamacare Repeal Bill

In a surprising demonstration of wit, President Donald Trump told a crowd of rowdy Alabamians Friday night that it would be amusingly “ironic” if Kentucky Senator Rand Paul offered to vote for the Republicans’ floundering Graham-Cassidy health-care bill after John McCain blindsided the administration by withdrawing his support On Friday. The two senators, Trump explained,… Read More

Trump Doubles Down On Criticism of Kim Jong Un During Alabama Rally

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us (Aaron Bernstein / Reuters) More President Donald Trump went after Kim Jong Un during a campaign rally for Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.) in Alabama on Friday night, the latest barb in the ongoing exchange of threats and insults between the two leaders. Trump called… Read More

Syria drops off the radar at UN assembly

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us View photos Members of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces in Raqa, where they are fighting to clear out the last remaining Islamic State group jihadists (AFP Photo/Delil souleiman) More United Nations (United States) (AFP) – Syria’s war has taken a new turn with… Read More

Dog Hoards Money So She Can Pay For Treats Herself

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us Holly the dog doesn’t beg for treats — she pays for them. The New York canine’s bizarre obsession with paper bills began when she was just a puppy, according to her owner, Casi Cook. And it wasn’t long before she realized that money… Read More

Indonesia raises Bali volcano alert to highest level

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us View photos Mount Agung volcano is seen at the sunrise in Bali, Indonesia, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. Indonesia officials have more than doubled the zise of no go zone around the mount Agung volcano o the tourist island of Bali and raised its… Read More

German justice handed images of 'torture by Assad regime'

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us “Caesar”, dressed in a blue jacket to hide his identity, is a Syrian army defector who fled his homeland in 2013 with 55,000 images of people who died in government custody (AFP Photo/BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI) More Berlin (AFP) – More than 27,000 images of… Read More

Mexico focuses search for quake survivors on 10 buildings; 273 dead

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us View photos A man looks at the remains of his home after an earthquake in Jojutla de Juarez, Mexico September 21, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido More By Daniel Trotta and Lizbeth Diaz MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Rescuers swarmed over rubble with shovels and picks… Read More

Anderson Cooper Has A Very Blunt Message For Sean Spicer

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us Anderson Cooper Has A Very Blunt Message For Sean Spicer More CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday called out former White House press secretary Sean Spicer for lying to the media ― and even lying about his lies.  Cooper played a clip from earlier in the… Read More

How many people are killed by terrorist attacks in the UK?

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:42 pm Support Us How many people are killed by terrorist attacks in the UK? More London has been rocked by a series of terror attack in 2017, with the most recent attack involving a man who drove a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park.… Read More

Hunter Accidentally Shoots Therapy Dog In Front Of Owner

Full Story Here Yahoo News September 23, 2017 1:41 pm Support Us A Canadian woman has written a Facebook post about witnessing her therapy dog being shot dead by a hunter, who mistook it for a wolf. In her post Tuesday, Vale Calderoni, owner of a dog rehabilitation centre in Squamish, British Columbia, said her dog… Read More

1 dead, 18 wounded in city shootings

One man was killed and at least 18 other people were wounded in shootings from Friday into Saturday, which included a triple shooting, police said.  The fatal attack happened about 8:15 p.m. Friday in the 13700 block of South Torrence Avenue near the Hegewisch neighborhood on the Far South Side. The victim, a 28-year-old man, was traveling in a… Read More

Hurricane Maria: US East Coast warned to monitor storm – CNN

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Family remembers mom killed in hospital shooting

RUMNEY, N.H. (AP) — Mourners say a woman killed this month in a shooting at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center had a spiritual presence that was undeniable by those who met her. Friends and family of Pamela Ferriere (FAIR-ee-uhr) gathered Saturday at Rumney Baptist Church to celebrate her life. She was 70 years old, attended the church… Read More

Puerto Rican players across MLB help after Hurricane Maria

HOUSTON (AP) — It’s been three days since Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico and Carlos Beltran still hasn’t been able to get in touch with his parents who live there. While the Houston Astros designated hitter plays with a heavy heart and prays that his family is OK in the wake of the massive storm,… Read More

URI receives grant to ban smoking and tobacco use on campus

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The University of Rhode Island has received a grant to help it become a smoke and tobacco-free campus. The university received a $20,000 grant from the American Cancer Society and CVS Health Foundation to develop policies to prohibit smoking and tobacco use. The American Cancer Society’s “Tobacco-Free Generation Campus Initiative” is… Read More

US flies bomber, fighter mission off North Korean coast

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a show of American military might to North Korea, the United States on Saturday flew bombers and fighter escorts to the farthest point north of the Demilitarized Zone by any such American aircraft this century. The Pentagon said the mission showed how seriously President Donald Trump takes North Korea’s “reckless behavior.”… Read More

Owners, insurer settle high-dollar suit in Ohio mansion fire

CINCINNATI (AP) — A dispute over a multi-million dollar insurance claim for a suburban Cincinnati mansion that burned down in 2014 has been settled weeks before a scheduled trial. A federal court filing says attorneys for Jeffrey and Maria Decker and their insurer informed the judge that the matter was settled, but the document doesn’t… Read More

Mexican experts rush to inspect quake-damaged buildings

MEXICO CITY (AP) — In quake-stricken Mexico City, hundreds of architects and engineers are rushing to do triage, diagnose and classify some very worrisome patients: the thousands of buildings that suffered cracks of varying size and seriousness in the 7.1 magnitude quake that struck on Sept. 19. The quake turned the city into a vast… Read More

‘Vacationland’ candlepin bowling alley closing in Maine

SACO, Maine (AP) — A candlepin bowling alley that’s a fixture on Route 1 in southern Maine is preparing to close. Claire Dube called it a “very hard decision” to close Vacationland Bowing and Recreation Center after more than three decades of business. The Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/2x8htyW ) reports that the couple plans to… Read More

Civil rights group critical of Baltimore monitoring team

BALTIMORE (AP) — The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund is asking for a more diverse monitoring team to oversee an agreement to overhaul Baltimore’s troubled police department. The Baltimore Sun reports the legal organization expressed concern that nine members of the proposed team that will oversee changes mandated under a consent decree are either… Read More

North Korea threatens rocket strike on US mainland after Trump insults

North Korea said on Saturday that firing its rockets at the U.S. mainland was “inevitable” after U.S. President Donald Trump called Pyongyang’s leader “rocket man”, in a further escalation of rhetoric between the two leaders. North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho’s remarks before the United Nations General Assembly came hours after U.S. Air Force… Read More

Suspect shot by police, officer injured in early morning altercation in La Verne

A La Verne police officer was injured and a suspect was shot and wounded during an altercation early Saturday, authorities said. The shooting occurred about 3:30 a.m. at an apartment complex in the 2400 block of Foothill Boulevard, officials said. Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators are assisting the La Verne Police Department with their probe… Read More

Ban Kneeling Pro Athletes, Trump Repeats After Disinviting Curry

President Donald Trump, a one-time football team owner, is ratcheting up his rhetoric against professional sports and some of their stars — and at least one league and some athletes are giving it back to him. Hours after profanely criticizing NFL players who protest police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem, Trump took to Twitter… Read More

HUD's Carson Breaks With Trump in Backing Moore for Senate Seat

Ben Carson has been a faithful ally to President Donald Trump since winning confirmation to serve as U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary, but he as put himself at odds with his boss in expressing support for Roy Moore in Alabama’s Senate race over Luther Strange. “Judge Moore is a fine man of proven character and… Read More

The Trump-Loving Lawyer Who Won’t Stop Suing Fox News

Douglas Wigdor raced out of his law offices near Union Square in Manhattan, jumped on a bike, and, still wearing his navy suit and purple tie, pedaled furiously toward a BBC TV studio downtown. It was a mild evening in mid-September, and once again the news bookers had beckoned him to weigh in on the… Read More

Iran tests missile despite Trump pressure

Media playback is unsupported on your device Iran says it has successfully tested a new-medium range missile, in defiance of US President Donald Trump. The launch of the Khoramshahr missile, which has a range of 2,000 km (1,242 miles), was shown on state TV. It is unclear when the test took place. At the UN… Read More

The long wait

Dolores and Antonio used to talk to their son Juan every day – he usually rings them from work. But he hasn’t called them since Tuesday morning. That morning, like every morning, Juan had gone to work as an accountant on the fourth floor of an office block in the trendy La Condesa area of… Read More

Manchester City 5-0 Crystal Palace

Premier League leaders Manchester City eventually overpowered a Crystal Palace side who became the first team in English Football League history to start a season with six defeats and no goals. City were only top alphabetically before kick-off, but now lead neighbours Manchester United on goal difference after continuing a prolific start to the new… Read More

Saudi textbook features image of Yoda with King Faisal

Saudi Arabia’s education minister has apologised for the production of a school textbook in which the Star Wars character Yoda is seen superimposed on a photograph of the late King Faisal. Ahmed al-Issa said a committee was looking into the “unintended mistake”. The image, which shows the diminutive Jedi Master sitting beside King Faisal as… Read More

Hornady Black: 14 Loads Tuned To Run Black Guns

There are more firearm owners today than at any other time in American history, and a large segment of our gun-owning population are not hunters. For decades, the firearms industry has lumped those types of shooters together and sold hunting rounds as self-defense loads. I say, “No more.” Hornady has been observing the population growth… Read More

Review: Benelli Ethos 28 Gauge

The Ethos is one of Benelli’s more recent creations and serves as a retort to those who thought that the Vinci represented a pivot to a future of largely plastic construction. It uses the two-part receiver familiar from guns like the Legacy and SuperSport. This combines a silver-anodized aluminum lower receiver with a black-anodized upper… Read More

Carry Jeans: S&S Precision 757 Performance Denim

There are times when it is necessary to visit the wrong side of the tracks. When doing so, plan accordingly, and travel with your preferred tools on your person and ensure that they are easily accessible. Avoiding trouble begins by blending in. In the U.S., blue jeans are the most commonly worn trousers, especially after… Read More

Guns & Ammo Tests The New Tango6 Riflescope

The Tango6 is part of SIG Sauer’s premium riflescope line that caters primarily to long-range and precision rifle work. Tango6 riflescopes can be used for hunting, but weight becomes a factor once we get to the 3-18X model tested here. These scopes pack a ton of features into an optically high-performer and SIG Sauer serves them up… Read More

Shooting With Your Magazine On The Ground

While attending the 2016 SHOT Show in Las Vegas, a 30-something shooting instructor approached me from a large federal organization. His question caught me off guard: “How do you get shooters past the urban legend of not placing their M4 or AR-15 magazine on the ground while shooting?” I was befuddled; we had slayed this… Read More

Ruger LCP II – Modern & Modest

The original Ruger LCP was announced in 2008, and has been a smash success as one of the company’s top-selling models. Who wouldn’t want a compact, flat (.82 in.), lightweight (9.4 oz.) and reliable pistol? Ruger kept up with production as demand grew, but that didn’t prevent the company from trying to improve on the… Read More

Hogue Grips – An American Success Story

Impressed by Guy Hogue’s personal S&W M58, the author equipped his own square-butt model with Hogue’s rubber Monogrip. For its comfort and control, it remains a favorite. It was the late 1960s, and Guy Hogue had a problem: Like so many other shooters and Southern California law enforcement (LE) officers, the grips of his sidearm… Read More

Nikon’s New Black Force 1000 1-4X IL

Nikon’s Black Force 1000 1-4X IL scope allows shooters to engage targets at close range then quickly transition to other targets. The Black Force 1000 1-4X IL also provides reasonable capability of making more precise shots out to mid-ranges without over-magnifying your target. There are few things worse than shouldering your carbine and then having… Read More

Nikon’s New Black X1000 6-24x50SF

Designed for long-range shooting, Nikon’s new Black X1000 has a variable 6 to 24 magnification range and a 50mm objective lens, but there is also the option of a 4 to 16 power range. For those who want to touch targets at long range, Nikon’s new Black X1000 scope is well worth a look. Here… Read More

LaserMax’s New GripSense Activation Technology

The new LaserMax CenterFire with GripSense technology is currently available for the Ruger LC9, LC9S, LC380 and the S&W Shield. The unit offers a 100-lumen mint-green-colored light paired with either red or green laser. $200 (red laser) / $220 (green laser) In the consumer electronics market, good products become great products when they provide the… Read More

Glock Owners Are The New 1911 Crowd

Take a minute and reflect back to the days when we all had the same guns. We ran what we had because there hadn’t been a lot of innovation in many years. All of a sudden, out of the gate jumped the next generation of pistols. The old-school boys weren’t happy; they were content with… Read More

Hypervelocity ammunition? When is enough, enough?

What seems like a lifetime ago, I was working in radio broadcasting when I first heard the unofficial motto of rock ’n’ roll: “Some is good, more is better, too much is not enough.” Back then, handgun bullets were simply made of lead and copper. Bullets were full weight, and they didn’t move all that… Read More

Choose A Carry Position

With so many holster and cover-garment options, deciding how to carry a firearm can be a daunting task for someone new to concealed carry. While much is open to interpretation, there are a few hard and fast rules. For instance, a “closed garment,” such as a T-shirt, a button-up shirt or a zippered jacket, is… Read More

Bloomberg-Funded Everytown Spending $1 Million on Virginia Elections

(Photo: Everytown for Gun Safety) Everytown for Gun Safety is dropping big bucks on the Virginia elections this November, pledging an “initial investment” of at least $1 million reports The Washington Post. Around $700,000 is going to be spent trying to get the Democratic nominee for governor, Ralph Northam, elected while the other $300,000 will… Read More

Five Ways To Better Secure Your Home

The goal isn’t to live like a hermit or an antisocial shut-in, but there are common-sense ways you can prevent being victimized in your home before we even get to the physical aspects of security. Don’t live in a violent area, and don’t associate with scumbags. The vast majority of violent break-ins that I’ve investigated… Read More

Handgunning: Programming Your Brain

Ever watch a good shooter in a match? You might miss the reloads. How did they get that fast, that smooth or that good? Practice, yes, but what kind? Some practice models prove to be not just distracting, but also counterproductive. One is the medical school model. Aspiring physicians learn by the method known as… Read More

Seven Habits Of Highly Dangerous People

Habits which make you more effective in the pursuit of your security and the security and safety of your loved ones. Habits — we all have them. But just like there’s no such thing as a “good” gun or an “evil” gun, there’s no such thing as a good habit or a bad habit. There… Read More

Tru-Spec Concealed Holster Shirt

Designed for concealed carry of small- to medium-framed handguns, Tru-Spec’s Concealed Holster Shirt is also useful for transporting money and documents, and items such as small cameras, spare magazine, etc. The pockets are comfortably reinforced with moisture-wicking and microbial protection. $53 If you’ve been issued a uniform, chances are that you’ve worn a piece of… Read More

Maglula To The Rescue – Loading Your Magazine Quickly

The Baby UpLula will load single-stack magazines without a projecting side pin for cartridges between .22 and .380. The 22UpLula is a new .22LR double-stack loader for wide-body pistol mags. $39 It’s an adage so old that I’m sure even Socrates thought it was a groaner: “When I was a kid, I had to walk… Read More

Operation Hearing Aid

Do I have your attention, or do we need to get the closed-­captioning going so that you will understand? It’s not really funny if you are one of those who has lost hearing on the job, in battle or during an unplanned emergency. Recently, here is what I heard on the range: “Our leadership says… Read More

Spent Cases: Warren Page

Warren Page hunted this heavy-horned Persian ibex in the Elburz range in northern Iran close to the Russian border. As with most of his hunts, Page carried “Old Betsy,” a 7mm Mashburn Super Magnum scoped with a Redfield 4X and fed a 175-grain Nosler semi-spitzer bullet. An accomplished hunter, Page was fascinated by all things… Read More

Self Defense: Know The Law Or Suffer The Consequences

“Better to be tried by 12 than carried by six.” Like many clichés, it has a nice ring to it. However, uttering such a nonsensical remark reveals a fundamental lack of knowledge. While most would agree that it’s better to live with the consequences of our actions than to die, this overly simplistic, chest-thumping approach… Read More

Finding the right shooting instructor

I often hear stories about this or that instructor. They range from awesome to keep it positive to not awesome. This column started with the idea that I regale you with a few of these stories concerning my fellow man (and, in some cases, woman). Then it occurred to me, why not discuss what to… Read More

POWER AND RESPONSIBILITY

In recent discussions here on police use of force, it has been suggested that since cops know they’re doing a risky job, they should wait longer than a civilian might before using force to defend themselves or effect an arrest.  After all, don’t they have more equipment and training? And didn’t they “assume the risk”?… Read More

Women Are Taking 1 Look at Ivanka and Flocking to Plastic Surgeons

Advertisement – story continues below Snowflakes can lash out at President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her business enterprises because they feel “triggered” and want to take a stand for women everywhere. They can do that all they want. But there are quite a few women who, on some level, want to emulate her.… Read More

Will the Senate Pass Obamacare Repeal?

The last train is leaving Reconciliation Station. Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare — derailed just weeks ago — now seem back on track. GOP senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Bill Cassidy M.D., of Louisiana, Dean Heller of Nevada, and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin seek 47 more votes (including, if necessary, that of… Read More

Valerie Plame Wilson, Anti-Semite

Valerie Plame Wilson came to fame during the George W. Bush administration, when she alleged that neoconservatives had exposed her as a CIA operative in revenge for her husband’s work undermining the case for the Iraq war. It turned out that it was Richard Armitage, a skeptic of the war and no neoconservative, who had… Read More

Quebec Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Medical Homicide

My wife and I cared for my late mother in our home for the last five months of her life. She had Alzheimer’s, so I know what that disease is up close and personal. Believe me, it’s more than memory loss. Far more. That is one reason this story chills me to my bones. Caregivers of Alzheimer’s… Read More

WashPost Columnist Channels AFGE Union Leader's Attack on Reagan's 'Industrial Violence'

Labor-union loathing for Ronald Reagan boiled over in Thursday’s Washington Post. Joe Davidson, who writes a union-sympathizing column called “Federal Insider,” channeled outrage over Labor Secretary Alex Acosta putting Ronald Reagan in the Labor Department’s Hall of Honor. Davidson began: Isn’t it weird that someone who could contend for the title of America’s Greatest Union… Read More

MSNBC: Kimmel ‘Helped’ Kill GOP Health Care Plan ‘In a Remarkable Way’

Amid MSNBC celebrating Arizona Senator John McCain refusing to support the latest Republican effort to repeal ObamaCare on Friday, anchor Katy Tur led her panel of fellow liberal journalists in hailing ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel for his role in killing the GOP health care legislation. Tur proclaimed: “The other person that’s involved in this… Read More

ABC Interviews ‘Infamous’ Spicer, Demands He Apologize to America

In a remarkably hostile interview with former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer for ABC’s Good Morning America on Thursday, correspondent Paula Faris asked the former presidential spokesman if he ever “lied to American people,” pressed him to apologize to country, and labeled him “the most famous and infamous former press secretary of modern times.”… Read More

Politico: ‘Rank and File’ at CNN ‘Grumble’ at Jim Acosta’s Bias

Even some of his colleagues at CNN view Jim Acosta as a liberal cheerleader. That’s the conclusion in a new Politico Magazine profile piece. The September 21 story featured this anonymous quote from a “senior person” at CNN: “There’s some grumbling in the rank-and-file that this isn’t straight news.”  But that’s okay because “the higher… Read More

Morning Joe Unhinged: ‘Far, Far, Far Right’ Pundits Advocate Killing Trump?

On Thursday’s Morning Joe, while going over some of the latest approval polls regarding President Trump, host Joe Scarborough and frequent guest Mark Halperin were both elated over the idea of Trump working more with Democrats in recent weeks. However, Scarborough also went on a series of ugly rants about how several prominent conservatives, including… Read More

Director of Hollywood Bomb Blames Americans Rejecting ‘Science’ for Flop

The director of a film reviled by the American people highlighted rejecting science as an explanation for why the movie bombed. In a an interview with The Frame on Thursday, Mother! Director Darren Aronofsky responded to the movie’s highly unusual F-grade Cinemascore this way: “… You have other people who basically believe in the power of… Read More

NKorea Says Rockets to US 'Inevitable' After Trump Dubs Kim 'Rocket Man'

North Korea’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho told the United Nations on Saturday that U.S. President Donald Trump had made “our rockets’ visit to the entire U.S. mainland inevitable” by calling North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “rocket man”. “Through such a prolonged and arduous struggle, now we are finally only a few steps away… Read More

It’s Now Trump vs. NFL in the Never-Ending Controversy

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell During his speech in Alabama on Friday President Trump weighed in on football player activism. Now the commissioner and a number of players have responded, and fans have to endure more of this divisive issue that benefits no one. For more than a year now football fans have been inundated with… Read More

Walmart Testing Service That Stocks Your Fridge While You’re Not Home

Business   Shutterstock/ ETOBICOKE, CANADA – JULY 24: Walmart Supercentre entrance on July 24, 2013 in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. Walmart is the world’s third largest public corporation that runs chains of department stores.    Gabrielle Okun Reporter 3:13 PM 09/23/2017  Pinterest  Reddit  LinkedIn  WhatsApp     Share         TOP Walmart announced Friday… Read More

NO RESPECT: Crybaby Lebron James Attacks President Trump, Calling Him A ‘Bum’

Politics Sports NO RESPECT: Crybaby Lebron James Attacks President Trump, Calling Him A ‘Bum’ FOLLOW US! NBA All-Star Lebron James attacked President Donald Trump this morning in a rant that proves millionaire crybabies stick together. U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain’t going! So therefore ain’t no invite. Going to White House was a great… Read More

John McCain lied — he doesn’t really want to repeal Obamacare

Business Politics John McCain lied — he doesn’t really want to repeal Obamacare FOLLOW US! It is not possible for Congress to pass a comprehensive bipartisan solution to healthcare reform. That much is incontrovertible. But in a statement announcing his opposition to the Graham-Cassidy legislation — one that signaled it was as good as dead… Read More

Poll: Kid Rock Leads GOP Field In Michigan Senate Race

Entertainment Politics Poll: Kid Rock Leads GOP Field In Michigan Senate Race FOLLOW US! Popular musician Robert Ritchie, also known as “Kid Rock,” is leading the GOP’s U.S. Senate race in Michigan, according to a poll released Friday. The poll reportedly showed Ritchie leading other candidates in the Republican primary. This poll comes as Ritchie continues hinting… Read More

NBA star LeBron James: Donald Trump is a “bum”

After President Donald Trump called for NFL team owners to fire “son-of-a-bitch” athletes who have peacefully protested police brutality by refusing to stand for the national anthem, he targeted professional NBA player, Stephen Curry, and rescinded his championship team’s invitation to the White House. Curry said on Friday that he personally didn’t want to go to… Read More

U.S. Fish And Wildlife Officials Release Photos Of Missing Perch

ELIZABETH, NJ—In an effort to broaden the search to as many potential eyewitnesses as possible, officials from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Thursday released photos of a missing perch. “With the hope of bringing this fish back home safe as soon as possible, we are making public these photos of the perch as… Read More

Sebastian Gorka Welcomed To Halfway House For Fired Trump Administration Members

WASHINGTON—Saying it was the first step in gaining the confidence and stability he would need to reintegrate back into society, residents and staff on Thursday welcomed former White House strategist Sebastian Gorka to New Beginnings, a halfway house for fired Trump administration members. The 20-bed residential treatment center, which opened earlier this year in the… Read More

Passersby Can’t Help But Stare At Woman’s Huge Kids

READING, PA—Struggling to control their urge to gawk at her enormous pair, passersby on Friday reportedly couldn’t help but stare at a woman’s huge kids. “I don’t mean to be rude, but I’ve never seen a set like those before,” said local filing clerk Ted Kilgariff, adding that there was no way not to notice… Read More

National Zoo Announces Giant Pandas To Divorce

WASHINGTON—Assuring the public that the decision was difficult but the right thing to do for all parties involved, the Smithsonian National Zoological Park announced Friday that their giant pandas would be divorcing. “After a lot of soul-searching and honest, often painful, discussions, we are sad to say that our two giant pandas, Mei Xiang and… Read More

Food Purchased As Souvenir Tragically Revealed To Be Available Back Home

WASHINGTON—Saying it was the first step in gaining the confidence and stability he would need to reintegrate back into society, residents and staff on Thursday welcomed former White House strategist Sebastian Gorka to New Beginnings, a halfway house for fired Trump administration members. Full Story Here The Onion September 23, 2017 1:31 pm Support Us

Pros And Cons Of Electric Cars

With technology improving and more automobile companies releasing electric models, electric cars are becoming a common alternative for American consumers. Here are the pros and cons of electric vehicles. Pro Having to wait for the car to charge would be a fresh new excuse for being late to work Silent engine makes startling rollerbladers much… Read More

Life: Beautiful: The Make-A-Wish Foundation Just Locked Kit Harington In A Scalding Sauna To Remind Terminally Ill Kids They’re At Least Not Going Out Like That

For children with life-threatening illnesses, feeling optimistic about the future is something that isn’t easy to do. Luckily, one organization is doing something amazing to give these kids hope: The Make-A-Wish Foundation just locked Kit Harington in a scalding sauna to remind terminally ill kids that at least they’re not going out like that. Seriously,… Read More

Blog: I Can No Longer Fall Asleep Outside Of A Horse (By Leonardo DiCaprio)

In 2015, I starred in a critically acclaimed film called The Revenant, which featured a graphic scene in which my character stripped nude and slept inside a carcass to survive deadly winter conditions. While I’d anticipated this scene would have a deep impact on the movie’s audience, I could never have anticipated the drastic consequences… Read More

News: Donald Trump’s Controversial U.N. Speech Completely Overshadowed The Australian Prime Minister’s Speech About How He Saw A Koala Eat A 9-Year-Old Boy Behind The Sydney Opera House

President Donald Trump’s controversial speech at the U.N. yesterday in which he threatened to “completely destroy” North Korea was so volatile and audacious that it has dominated news outlets all around the world, even overshadowing the Australian prime minister’s shocking speech in which he informed the U.N. General Assembly that he saw a koala eat… Read More

Refusing to 'Sit Down and Shut Up,' Trumpcare Opponents Mobilize Against GOP

Progressive groups and lawmakers continued to mobilize on Tuesday in response to Republicans’ last-ditch attempt to cut off millions of Americans from healthcare by dismantling the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Following “red alerts” issued after weekend reports revealed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is considering a vote for a new bill crafted by Sens. Lindsey… Read More

BREAKING: Mueller’s Plot Exposed

(Christian News Alerts) – Conservative commentators have long maintained that Robert Mueller’s investigation of President Trump’s supposed ties to Russia is nothing more than a witch hunt. This suspicion received even more evidence recently. This week, the New York Times reported that Mueller’s investigation had already surpassed its congressional limits by seeking documents related to… Read More

ALERT: Trump Issues Massive Threat to GOP Traitors

(Christian News Alerts) – President Trump and Republicans in the Senate are gearing up one last time to repeal Obamacare before the end of the month. Previous failures have made Republicans nervous and every vote will count as Democrats have repeatedly refused to repeal Obamacare, as Politico reported. On Twitter, Trump gave a stern warning… Read More

BREAKING: 500 Confirmed Dead

(Christian News Alerts) – Reports have come in that 500 Americans have been killed in one city this year alone. At least 2,718 people have been shot and 500 were reported dead, according to the Chicago Tribune. These 500 deaths mark the number of people killed this year by routine gun violence in a city… Read More