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Democrats should commit to an all-women ticket in 2020

Democrats should commit to an all-women ticket in 2020

Kamala Harris (Credit: AP/Damian Dovarganes) The Democratic Party should embrace an all-female ticket and a platform centered around health care, income equality, diplomacy, humility and human rights—right now. Should the best man win? That is not the right question. Are there women in the Democratic Party who can do a better job than Donald Trump? […]

An appeals court gave a skeptical reception Tuesday to a lawsuit claiming that President Donald Trump’s voter fraud commission violated federal law by failing to study the privacy impact of a demand for voter rolls and other personal data on millions of Americans. During oral arguments, a three-judge panel from the D.C. Circuit Court of […]

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Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she supports GOP efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, the Alaska Republican wrote in an op-ed for a local newspaper today. "I have always supported the freedom to choose," Murkowski wrote in her op-ed for the Daily News-Miner, an Alaska newspaper. "I believe that the federal government should […]

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Not many Republicans are left standing by Roy Moore. President, the most prominent one in America, Donald Trump seems to be one of them. Over the last two weeks, accusations of inappropriate contact with teenagers piled up on Republican’s Alabama Senate candidate . And as they have virtually everyone — the Republican National Committee, Senate […]

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The Pentagon is investigating the behavior of military officers during President Donald Trump’s 12-day trip to Asia earlier this month, officials told the Washington Post Tuesday, with three personnel reassigned from their White House jobs due to allegations of improper contact with foreign women. The three military personnel reportedly being probed work for the White […]

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Today in Trumpworld: Roy Moore and Turkey pardon

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A second woman accused Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) of sexually harassing her in a civil lawsuit filed earlier this year, but then voluntarily withdrew the allegations when she found out they would become public. Maria Reddick, Conyers’ former scheduler, who used to babysit for his kids, said in court documents that the 88-year-old lawmaker — […]

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President Donald Trump’s near-endorsement of Alabama Republican Roy Moore followed days of behind-the-scenes talks in which he vented about Moore’s accusers and expressed skepticism about their accounts. During animated conversations with senior Republicans and White House aides, the president said he doubted the stories presented by Moore’s accusers and questioned why they were emerging now, […]

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Former Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates are being sprung from home detention for the Thanksgiving holiday, but the decision highlights how negotiations over bail arrangements for the two men are dragging on much longer than anticipated. At a hearing on Nov. 6, a prosecutor from special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, which is […]

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No room for softness: Director Zack Snyder delivers “Justice League,” the heroes we deserve

Jason Moma in “Justice League” (Credit: Warner Bros. Picture) It always seems strange to declare a movie a “failure” for making just shy of $100 million dollars, but nevertheless, by the standards of modern mega-blockbusters, “Justice League,” DC’s aspiring “Avengers”-killer team-up film, was an abysmal failure, taking in “just” $96 million on its opening weekend. […]

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