Category Archives: News
Julianne Moore Narrates Anti-Trump Attack Video: 'COVID Patient in Charge of America's Nuclear Arsenal'
Hollywood star Julianne Moore has narrated a new anti-Trump attack video that attempts to revive salacious and unflattering details from the president’s past while mocking him as the “COVID patient in charge of America’s nuclear arsenal.”
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that absentee ballots in the battleground state of Minnesota must be received by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
Lil Wayne Praises Trump's Platinum Plan for Black Americans: 'He Listened and Assured He Will and Can Get It Done'
In another sign of growing support for President Trump from the influential rap community, the acclaimed hip-hop artist Lil Wayne said he met with the president on Thursday, saying that they discussed criminal justice reform and the president’s “Platinum Plan” to invest in black communities and businesses.
WATCH – Joe Biden: In 'Five Days … We Literally Are Going to Change the Course of this Country for Generations to Come'
Former Vice President Joe Biden told a drive-in rally in Tampa, Florida, on Thursday evening that Democrats were about to change America “for generations to come.”
North Carolina Senate Democrat candidate Cal Cunningham did not deny that he had a second affair in an interview with a local news station on Thursday.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Thursday on SiriusXM’s “The Joe Madison Show” that the administration response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic showed President Donald Trump was “a moron.”
Rioters in Washington, D.C., injured 14 police officers in the chaos that ensued during the city’s second night of protests over the death of Karon Hylton. The injuries include one officer losing eyesight after being targeted with a laser.
The energy workers advocacy group Power the Future released a report on the energy polices Democrats and Joe Biden want to put in place.
Protesters invaded the lobby of a Seattle television news station to object to the reporting of people arrested in riots. Police intervened and made arrests on the scene.
A new study suggests that 12% of the residents of Orange County, California, may have developed coronavirus antibodies by summer — seven times more than official statistics have reported.