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Trump Threatens To Stop Being ‘Nice’ To John McCain

WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump is angry at Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) for indirectly criticizing him in a speech Monday.  “People have to be careful because at some point I fight back,” Trump told radio station WMAL on Tuesday. “I’m being very nice. I’m being very, very nice. But at some point I fight back, and it won’t be pretty.” McCain, ...

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Bob Weinstein Accused Of Sexual Harassment

0SHARESShare The brother and former business partner of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassment. Amanda Segel, an executive producer of the television show “Mist,” told Variety that Bob Weinstein had made multiple unwanted romantic advances toward her last year. Segel’s claims come on the heels of nearly two weeks of similar allegations about Harvey Weinstein, who ...

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Capital Murder Charges Filed Against Muslim Teen’s Accused Killer

0SHARESShare A man accused of killing 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen in Sterling, Virginia in June may face the death penalty after a grand jury charged him with capital murder and rape on Monday. The Fairfax County Circuit Court indicted Darwin Martinez-Torres , 22, on eight charges, including four counts of capital murder in the killing of the Muslim teen, who was ...

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Senators Reach Deal On Obamacare Payments As Trump Declares Law Dead

0SHARESShare WASHINGTON ― As President Donald Trump was telling reporters that Obamacare was “virtually dead” Tuesday, Republican and Democratic Senators were announcing a deal to strengthen the 2010 law ― a deal that Trump himself already seems to back. “This takes care of the next two years,” Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) told reporters on Tuesday. ...

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How the most powerful journalist in Hollywood protected Harvey Weinstein.

0SHARESShare In the mid-1990s, a young reporter at the entertainment trade magazine Variety pitched a story at the weekly meeting that would’ve made Harvey Weinstein look bad. The pitch centered around the dangers of smaller movie companies moving into the production realm, and the reporter wanted to use Weinstein’s company, Miramax, as the prime example, since a number of its early ...

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‘There’s A Lot Of Character’: Meet The People Of Milwaukee

0SHARESShare Milwaukee was stop fourteen on our Listen to America  road trip. We spoke to numerous locals about their feelings toward the city. Here’s what they had to say: “I decided to change occupations when my brother was killed. … I wanted to do something else where I can engage with people on a daily basis. … No fight was ever ...

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Amazon Studios Head Out Amidst Sexual Harassment Claim

0SHARESShare Roy Price resigned as head of Amazon Studios on Tuesday, just days after a producer for one of the company’s hit shows went on the record to say he’d harassed her. An Amazon Studios spokeswoman confirmed Price’s resignation to HuffPost, but said “there is no statement at this time.” In a story published last week, Isa Hackett, a producer ...

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Federal Judges In 2 States Block Trump’s Latest Travel Ban

0SHARESShare A federal court in Hawaii blocked President Donald Trump’s  third and most extensive initiative to limit travel into the United States on Tuesday, just hours before it was set to go into effect. The International Refugee Assistance Project, the Iranian Alliances Across Borders and various individual plaintiffs, including the state of Hawaii, filed lawsuits in Hawaii and Maryland after the ...

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The Success Of Austria’s Far Right Shows How Much Europe Has Changed

0SHARESShare When Austria’s far-right Freedom Party entered government in the year 2000, there was an international backlash and harsh warnings from the country’s closest allies. The European Union imposed several months of sanctions on Austria, and Israel recalled its ambassador in protest. At the time, European governments believed an openly xenophobic party that was founded in the 1950s by a ...

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The Success Of Austria’s Far Right Shows How Much Europe Has Changed

0SHARESShare When Austria’s far-right Freedom Party entered government in the year 2000, there was an international backlash and harsh warnings from the country’s closest allies. The European Union imposed several months of sanctions on Austria, and Israel recalled its ambassador in protest. At the time, European governments believed an openly xenophobic party that was founded in the 1950s by a ...

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