Bob Stefanowski, formerly a chief financial officer of UBS Investment Bank and a senior executive with General Electric, won the Connecticut Republican nomination for governor Tuesday.
Wisconsin state Sen. Leah Vukmir won the state's Senate GOP primary in a significant victory for the Republican establishment on Tuesday.
Preventing welfare-dependent legal immigrants from permanently resettling in the United States and eventually becoming U.S. citizens would "help out the American taxpayer," an expert tells SiriusXM's Breitbart News Daily.
The leadership of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) issued a statement Tuesday in response to a report by the Pennsylvania grand jury on clerical sex abuse.
The Ohio-12 special election results provide little evidence of which party will actually perform better in November.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will make history in becoming the GOP nominee for Kansas governor after unseating incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer in the primary election.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) stated that, despite winning the Democratic primary, he will run for re-election in 2018 as an Independent. Sanders said, “I have always run as an Independent, and that’s what I will do. And I think people in Vermont understand that. We have a very good relationship with the Democratic Party. I suspect that this coming campaign we’ll be putting more money — our campaign will be putting more money into the Vermont Democratic Party than anybody else and supporting a whole lot of good Democratic candidates.” Host Ali Velshi then asked, “So, you will decline the Democratic nomination?” Sanders answered that he would. Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
The Italian bishops conference announced Tuesday that changes to the Lord’s Prayer proposed by Pope Francis will take effect in Italy this November.
American Airlines claims it removed rapper YG from a flight Monday because he was drunk, but the rapper claims it is all about racism.
At least 1,000 children were molested by Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania, as church officials took steps to cover it up, according to a grand jury report.
A Taliban offensive to conquer the city of Ghazni in Afghanistan, the capital of a province of the same name, reportedly killed about 100 Afghan security forces and at least 20 civilians since it began last Friday.
U.S. airpower killed more than 220 Taliban over the past four days, as its fighters tried to overrun the southeastern Afghanistan city of Ghazni last week, according to a spokesman for the U.S.-led NATO mission in Afghanistan.
Tuesday during the White House press briefing, press secretary Sarah Sanders said she could not “guarantee anything” when asked if a tape of President Donald Trump using a racial epithet exists. Partial transcript as follows: NBC’s KRISTEN WELKER: Sarah, have you asked the president if he has ever used the N-word? SARAH SANDERS: The president addressed that question directly via Twitter. I refer you back to him. I can certainly say I have never heard him use that term or anything similar. WELKER: Have you asked him directly, Sarah? SANDERS: I didn’t have to because he addressed it to the American people all at one time. WELKER: Why haven’t you asked him directly? SANDERS: Again, the president answered that question directly on Twitter earlier today. WELKER: Can you stand at the podium and guarantee the American people they will never hear Donald Trump utter the N-word on a recording in any context? SANDERS: I can’t guarantee anything, but the president addressed this question directly. I have never heard it. I can also tell you that if myself or the people in this building, serving this country every single day, doing our best to help people all across this country and make it
Marine Corps aviator Robert Berry Sinclair, a Silver Star recipient, died at age 96 on July 14, 2018, and was buried at sea off the coast of California's Dana Point on August 13.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “At This Hour,” Representative Jerry Nadler (D-NY) stated that the firing of FBI agent Peter Strzok is “grossly unfair” and Strzok is a “victim” of attempts to discredit Robert Mueller’s investigation. Nadler said, “First of all, it’s grossly unfair to Peter Strzok. He had his very, very strongly felt opinions about Donald Trump, along with half the American people. He expressed them to his girlfriend. He’s entitled to his opinions. He’s entitled to express them. Arguably, the only thing he did wrong was use an FBI telephone to send the text messages to his girlfriend. He was then vilified by the president and by the president’s minions, along with a number of other people, starting with Comey and McCabe and others, to try to make the argument that the investigation was compromised somehow, that the investigation — this is a part of a plot to pre-but whatever the — to have a pre-rebuttal of whatever the –.” Nadler added, “But more to the point, what all of this is, he’s just a victim, what all of this is, is an attempt to discredit the investigation. Because he was involved, to some extent, in the beginning of the
Paul Manafort's defense relied solely on cross-examination of the prosecution's witnesses before resting on Tuesday.
MSNBC's Rick Wilson framed his opposition to President Donald Trump as a financially damaging consequence of his adherence to conservative principles, offering his self-assessment during a Monday interview on SiriusXM's Politics Inside Out with host Chris Frates.
MSNBC Host Joe Scarborough ominously warned on Tuesday that President Donald Trump is opening the door “for cruelty and genocide” by calling disgruntled former White House aide Omarosa a “dog.”
Chelsea Clinton recently made strong -- if not substantiated -- claims about the economic benefits of legalized abortion.
A Pearl Jam poster for a get-out-the-vote campaign concert for Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) features a dead President Donald Trump and an American bald eagle eating the remains of his corpse.
The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) made two record-breaking fentanyl seizures one week apart at the San Ysidro Port of Entry approximately 16 miles south of San Diego, California.
Yahoo Sports is once again trying to redefine the NFL player protests from the initial radical anti-Americanism infused into them by original kneeler Colin Kaepernick.
Florida public schools will be required to display "In God We Trust" signs on school property starting this week.
Two separate living kidney donation chains saved eight lives, all because two Florida teachers decided to make a difference.
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” former White House staffer and “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed President Donald Trump grabs and kisses women “unsolicited, any time, any day.” Partial transcript as follows: TUR: Did you feel like you were harassed by him in the in the White House for being a woman, harassed in a sexual way at any point? Did he harass anybody in a sexual way? Any Me Too moments? MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: I don’t know that I would characterize them as Me Too moment. I saw in your book where he grabbed you and kissed you without welcoming it. He did that very often with women any time he wanted. He is physical. He would grab women and kiss them unsolicited, any time, any day. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” former White House staffer and “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed then candidate Donald Trump knew in advance about the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta’s emails that were released by WikiLeaks during the 2016 presidential campaign. Partial transcript as follows: TUR: You were instructed, according to the book, to bring up the emails at every point you could at the end of the 2016 campaign, Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: Yes, that was our talker. TUR: Did Donald Trump know about the emails before they came out? MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: Absolutely. TUR: He knew about them? MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: Yes. TUR: He knew about them before WikiLeaks released them? MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: Yes. TUR: Are you are saying that he had a back channel? MANIGAULT-NEWMAN: I didn’t say that you did. I will expose the corruption in the White House and I will continue to blow the whistle about it. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Former CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien called out her ex-employer for throwing stones in glass houses as it attacks the diversity of the Trump administration.
Retail sales, industrial production, and fixed investment all came in lower than expected, while unemployment rose.
Laredo Sector Marine Unit Border Patrol agents saved a migrant from drowning during an attempt to illegally cross the Rio Grande River border between Texas and Mexico.
Google parent Alphabet, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, and Salesforce have launched a campaign for restrictions on data sharing between hospitals to be dropped.
Minister of State for Security Ben Wallace MP has admitted that the suspect in the car ramming British authorities are currently treating it as a terrorist incident is a "British citizen [who] came from another country originally" -- or, in common parlance, "an immigrant".
The Mexican Navy used various air and watercraft to track a speedboat loaded with nearly two tons of cocaine near Acapulco.
Reuters offered a look on Tuesday at how high-tech surveillance techniques developed to monitor the Muslims of Xinjiang province are spreading across the rest of China, all the way to the capital city of Beijing. The account provides a textbook case of surveillance state mission creep, as techniques devised for what the Chinese government described as a unique emergency situation become part of everyday life.
Chris Cuomo announced Monday night that CNN will not condemn but instead justify political violence against anyone it defines as "bigots" -- which, according to the network's editorial tone over the past two years, signals open season on all Trump supporters for violent activists like Antifa and the Black Bloc.
A new sexual identity has surfaced in the Bay Area, known as "asexual." The individuals who identify with this orientation say do not have sexual attraction to other people.
U.S. President Donald J. Trump has urged tough action against the “animals” behind a “terrorist attack” outside London’s Palace of Westminster Tuesday.
In an article echoing similar sentiments from other publications, Asian publication the Diplomat has published an opinion piece which claims that "Facebook’s Plan to Enter China Is Doomed to Fail."
Elements of the mainstream left in Britain have responded to an apparent terror attack outside Parliament, in which several people were hurt and one woman hospitalised with "serious" injuries, by suggesting it was a "reckoning" for people being mean online.
Members of the board of directors for Elon Musk's Tesla were reportedly "totally blindsided" by the CEO's tweets suggesting that he had funding secured to take the company private.
Tuesday on CNN International, network host Brian Stelter predicted Americans were going to “look back at this period with shame” while discussing the back and forth between President Donald Trump and Omarosa Manigault-Newman. While react to Trump’s tweet referring to Manigault-Newman as a “dog,” Stelter said, “Journalists should stand up for decency. Decency is non-partisan.” When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018 “This is another example of a man who should know better acting just plain indecent,” he continued. “This tweet about Omarosa, no matter what you think about Omarosa, this is the leader of the free world calling someone ‘a dog,’ in this case an African-American woman a dog. You think about dog whistles, the idea of racial signals being sent through a dog whistle. He’s literally using the dog in this case, also calling her a crazed crying low life. All of those words are dehumanizing. absolutely dehumanizing.” He added, “I think that’s why Americans are gonna look back at this period with
Tuesday, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) reacted to President Donald Trump’s tweet referring to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman as a “dog,” asking “how dare” the president call a “woman of color” that. When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018 “How dare he? He has taken this country to its knees,” Wilson charged. “We already have racism raining down all over America. People can’t even enjoy themselves. They can’t even enjoy an evening out. Wilson pointed out how Trump “has a nickname for everyone,” adding her nickname for the president is “Don and the first-grade reader.” She later stated, “Lebron James said it correctly when he said racism has always existed, but President Trump has emboldened the racists to come forward without any fear of punitive actions and we have got to stop this because I could be next.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
President Donald Trump's campaign filed arbitration against Omarosa Manigault-Newman on Tuesday in a New York City court, accusing the former White House aide of violating a 2016 non-disclosure agreement.
Sen. Jeff Flake scolded President Donald Trump on Tuesday for calling Omarosa Manigault-Newman a "dog" urging more Republicans to speak out against the president.
In light of former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman’s claims of President Donald Trump repeatedly using the “n-word,” former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski vehemently defended the president. Lewandowski said on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday that in all the time he spent with Trump, he had never “heard him use a racist word.” “I have been around President Trump a long time, thousands of hours,” Lewandowski said. “Never have I heard him use a racist word, never have I heard him use a racist phrase.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
Late-night comedians mocked former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman as she seeks to promote her unflattering new book about life under President Donald Trump.
“When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!”
CBS News reported Tuesday morning that a 2016 recording of Donald Trump's campaign staff released by Omarosa Manigault-Newman "appears to confirm" her claims that they were aware of an "n-word" tape -- when one of those staffers reported Monday night that there was no such tape.
Trump administration official and longtime Trump family ally Lynne Patton on Monday night offered a detailed refutation of claims involving her, made by former Trump administration official and reality personality Omarosa Manigault-Newman.
Monday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” former White House staffer and “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman, who has said she had heard President Donald Trump using a racial slur about African-Americans on tape, said the former member of the production staff of Trump’s reality show who has the audio want to use it as an October surprise. Partial transcript as follows: MANIGAULT NEWMAN: My first reaction to it was this can’t be true, this is somebody I’ve known since 2003, he had always been kind to me, as I said repeatedly in dozens and dozens of interviews. So when I heard it, instinct was to protect him and not to dive deeper because I just dismissed it as untrue. MATTHEWS: Well, you did eventually dive deeper, even after publication of your book, you went out and you actually heard the tape? MANIGAULT NEWMAN: I did. MATTHEWS: When you heard the tape, did you get a sense that the person—I know you don’t want to give away the source. that the person who has the tape, a copy of it, is planning to use it at some point? MANIGAULT NEWMAN: Yes. In fact, I believe that they’re using it for politically motivated things. In