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“He is sick of mind, impetuous, arrogant, belligerent and dangerous.”
The Senate voted against a “skinny” repeal of Obamacare early Friday morning.
The death of the Affordable Care Act has never been nearer after Senate Republicans voted to begin formal debate on legislation
WASHINGTON ― Hours after opening debate on a Republican health care bill, the Senate roundly rejected the first of a series
Women’s “fears have already become reality,” they wrote.
It’s a devastating setback for Republicans and their crusade against the health care law.
Friends, I welcome you to "The Michael Moore Easy-to-Follow 10-Point Plan to Stop Trump." First, let's acknowledge what we
We have to turn up, and keep turning up, and show that we believe equally as hard as they do, and that respect and acknowledgement of the rights of our fellow humans, no matter their skin colour, country of origin, gender, sexuality or whatever differences we may have, are the core values of the society we want to live in. Democracy is the single most important construct our society has ever developed and, whilst it has flaws like everything else, it's beautiful, and it works when we turn up.
WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump told Capitol Hill leaders Monday evening that he lost the popular vote because 3 million
DONALD Trump's announcement to run for presidency in June 2015 was met largely with laughter and disbelief. Almost 18 months later, his seismic election victory sends shockwaves through America and again causes people to disbelieve- though there are few laughing this time round...
Nervous markets Some foreign investors are ignoring polls predicting a Hillary Clinton election win and are being very cautious
NEW YORK -- The debate about global warming is over. The hoax has been exposed, the conspiracy revealed. Thanks to the impeccable
f polls turn out to be right, the last two years of Obama's presidency are set to make the last four look like an age of mutual civility and respect. The GOP will try to repeal many laws that the Obama administration has enacted in the last six years.
The American people understand that politics should not be the preserve of men alone, of whites alone, or of a wealthy few. It is only a matter of time before we will overturn Citizens United. I urge all senators, Republicans and Democrats alike, to hasten history and vote in support of a Constitutional Amendment this week. Our democratic rights as a free people are at stake.
With a new and disruptive coalescence of young voters on the rise, who fully oppose the iron grip of the elderly, the fragile and illusive reins of power may well slip from Renzi's grasp...
WASHINGTON -- "When we get this moment of political silliness behind us," US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters
Last week was dominated by news from the US Federal Reserve and their surprise decision to hold fire on a reduction on the stimulus that is currently being injected into the US economy. This unexpected decision on 'tapering' sent most of the economics world scrabbling to reassess their projections of just when the economy will be strong enough for the Fed to change its course.
Another mass shooting, more panic on the streets of America. The images we witnessed are all too familiar. There were heroic first responders, crouching and crawling with their rifles. We saw unfurling police tape and flashing blue lights and terror stricken civilians fleeing the since. And now in the aftermath, the discussions into the gunman's motives are being exhaustively debated.
Argentina's ambassador to the UK has denied insulting David Cameron in a fresh spat between the countries over the sovereignty
Former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin has said she is considering a bid for the US Senate. That's right