Nigel Farage has condemned Theresa May for her handling of Brexit, after the prime minister blamed Parliament for Brexit Day being cancelled because MPs refused to make a choice -- the choice of accepting her unpopular Withdrawal Agreement.
While speaking to reporters on Wednesday, President Trump said he doesn’t mind the public seeing Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, and stated, “Let people see it.” Trump responded to a question on whether the public has the right to see the report by saying, “I don’t mind. I mean, frankly, I told the House, if you want, let them see it.” He later added, “[L]et it come out. Let people see it. That’s up to the attorney general. We have a very good attorney general.” Trump further stated, “I want to see the report.” (h/t RCP Video) Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
Meritocracy in college admissions lasted only 30 years -- right up until the baby boomers had college-aged kids. Then it was over. The Worst Generation came along and decided that sending their kids to Harvard was the perfect accessory!
The traditional British bobby used to be a great source of quiet national pride: a country so peaceable and safe that all it needed to keep law and order were a few policemen armed with nothing but a truncheon, an avuncular demeanour and helmets like elongated tits on their head.
LOS ANGELES, California -- Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), who is running for the Democratic Party's nomination for president, appeared at a rally of over 1,000 striking workers and students outside the campus of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) on Wednesday afternoon in a show of solidarity and a pitch for labor support.
"I have to be honest. I never liked him much. Hasn't been for me. I really probably never will," Trump said.
CNN political commentator Ana Navarro-Cárdenas on Wednesday sided with White House official Kellyanne Conway, saying that while she concurs with attorney George Conway's remarks regarding the president's mental fitness, she would be "livid" if her own husband publicly attacked her boss.
Striving 2020 presidential contender Kamala Harris jumped eight points to take the third slot in a field of 17, according to a CNN poll released late Tuesday.
The brother of Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos' lover, Lauren Sanchez, reportedly sold Bezos' erotic texts to the National Enquirer for $200,000.
Wednesday CNN played a clip from Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Political Rewind,” of Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) criticizing President Donald Trump’s criticism of late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Responding to the president saying, “I was never a fan of John McCain and I never will be,” Isakson said, “It’s deplorable what he said. That’s what I called it from the floor of the Senate seven months ago. It will be deplorable seven months from now if he says it again. I will continue to speak out because there’s one thing that we’ve got to do — you may not like immigration, you may not like this, you may not like that, you may be a Republican or Democrat, we’re all Americans.” “There aren’t Democratic casualties and Republican casualties on the battlefield, there are American casualties,” he continued. “And we should never reduce the service people give to this country, particularly the offering of their own life to political fodder.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
British police reportedly held an investigation into a Catholic mother after she used the "wrong pronoun" for a transgender person, and she will face a recorded interview with police to determine whether she committed a "hate crime."
Border patrol officers will start releasing many of the myriad migrants crossing the Rio Grande without even going through the formalities of temporary detention or strapping removable tracking-devices to the migrants' ankles, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
NEW YORK (AP) — Jay-Z, Dead & Company and the Killers will headline one of the 50th anniversary shows commemorating the groundbreaking Woodstock festival this summer.
If you condemn Western civilization, suddenly those 68 imprisoned journalists aren't all that important to a disgraced propaganda outlet like the Washington Post.
A Mexican national arrested last week at a west Phoenix motel for possession of 15,000 fentanyl pills was identified as a previously deported criminal alien suspected of leading a local fentanyl, heroin, and methamphetamine ring, say police.
Walter Terrell, 76, will serve six months in jail for fraudulently collecting his dead mother's social security checks.
Senator Kamala Harris hinted Tuesday that if she wins the election in 2020, she will continue to "prosecute" President Donald Trump even after he leaves the White House.
The NFL Players Coalition has been quite active during the league's off-season, doing a lot of work related to bail reform.
Patti Davis, the daughter of former President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, revealed in a Tuesday interview that her father would be "horrified" by what the U.S. has become under President Donald Trump.
John Haltiwanger, a Business Insider politics reporter, claims that his job is simply to "report the facts," but on his social media -- particularly his Instagram page over the years -- he has aligned himself with the anti-Donald Trump resistance.
Large crowds are anticipated in Springfield, Illinois, on Wednesday as activists gather to protest two abortion measures that pro-life champions say are both “anti-women” and “anti-children.”
TEL AVIV -- David Kramer, a long-time advisor to late Senator John McCain, revealed that he met with two Obama administration officials to inquire about whether the anti-Trump dossier authored by former British spy Christopher Steele was being taken seriously.
Federal authorities seized about 450 kilos of cocaine at the Port of Philadelphia on Tuesday for a record drug bust for the port.
El Paso Sector Border Patrol agents apprehended two large groups of Central American migrants after they illegally crossed the border from Mexico. Agents apprehended the two groups totaling more than 400 during a five-minute period early Tuesday.
London’s left-wing mayor Sadiq Khan has said that neither independent Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, nor any of the Democrats who have announced a run for president, will beat incumbent Donald J. Trump in 2020. “I think the next president hasn’t declared yet,” Mr Khan said in an interview with HuffPost UK published Tuesday. The Labour progressive, highly critical of the America First President and demanded his summer 2018 UK visit be cancelled, added, “And I think, it’s not going to be Trump. It can’t be Trump.” Amongst the Democrats who have thrown their hat in the ring that Khan has dismissed includes former Texas congressman Robert ‘Beto’ O’Rourke. Mr O’Rourke, married to a real estate heiress, launched his presidential campaign last week and has come out in support of socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal and third trimester abortions if women want them. It was revealed Tuesday that after losing his 16th district congressional seat to Republican Ted Cruz, O’Rourke reportedly ate dirt fabled to possess “regenerative powers.” #BetoEatsDirt https://t.co/D1gx1k9o3y — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) March 20, 2019 Aware that champagne socialists lack the common touch, Mr Khan went on to advise any progressive Democrat planning to run against President Trump that they would need to
“I think he is doing a tremendous disservice to a wonderful wife. Kellyanne is a wonderful woman," President Trump said.
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), a 2020 hopeful, dished on the details about his relationship with actress Rosario Dawson in a new interview saying that she has made him "love more fearlessly."
Wednesday on ABC’s “The View,” co-host Meghan McCain responded to President Donald Trump’s ongoing criticisms of late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). McCain said, “I think if I had told my dad seven months after you’re dead, you’re going to be dominating the news and all over Twitter, he would think it was hilarious that our president was so jealous of him that he was dominating the news cycle in death as well. Do not feel bad for me and my family. We are blessed.” “We are a family of privilege,” she continued. “Feel bad for people out there who are being bullied that don’t have support, that don’t have women of ‘The View’ to come out and support their family. There are kids committing suicide because of cyber-bullying online. There are people going through rough times. There are veterans who come back—we have 20 veterans a day committing suicide. Focus on these issues. These are the issues I beg the White House to pay attention to.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
The Fed downgraded its outlook for the economy and interest rates at the conclusion of its two-day monetary policy meeting.
"I think that Twitter is a way that we can get out the word when we have a corrupt media. And it is corrupt and it's fake," Trump said.
Tech giant Facebook has apologized for mistakenly labeling the White House Social Media Director, Dan Scavino Jr., as a "bot," or automated account, on its platform.
Populist Dutch politicians hit out at the government’s pro-migration policies as voters went to the polls on Wednesday following a suspected terror attack by a Turkish migrant.
A bioethicist from the University of Oslo in Norway made what he called a "moral case for legal age change," by allowing individuals to legally change their age from their "chronological age" to either their "biological" or "emotional age."
President Donald Trump showed off a map of his victories against the Islamic State Wednesday as he left the White House.
The Democratic Party has made clear that antisemitism’s introduction into political discourse by a member of Congress incurs no cost and perhaps yields rewards.
A recent report from Bloomberg backs up previous claims about the working conditions of electric car manufacturer Tesla's factories, as injuries and illnesses at the company tripled year over year.
A 34-year-old man in Bordeaux was arrested over the weekend after entering a police station and attacking officers while yelling death threats in the name of Allah.
During a Tuesday interview with New York State NPR affiliate WAMC, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) voiced his concern with the Republican-controlled Senate and seemed to lament the fact that all states have two senators. Schumer said taking control of the Senate could be tough for the Democrats because “rural states” get the same number of senators as the “urban” states. “[I]t’s vital to take back the Senate,” Schumer stated. “I hope there’ll be a rallying cry. Last time in the election it was, ‘Take back the House.’ We needed it. It was easier to take back the House than take back the Senate, given the Senate map.” “Is it going to be easy? No, it never is in the Senate because the rural states get the same number of senators as the urban – the bigger states,” Schumer said. (h/t NTK Network) Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
One of the most objectively disgraceful events in the history of journalism has been rewarded by those who are supposed to be the gatekeepers of journalism.
About 1,600 hotel guests in South Korea were secretly recorded, with the footage of their every move live-streamed online to paying customers, police said Wednesday.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced Wednesday that he will introduce a measure to rename the Russell Senate Office building after the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), restarting the effort first proposed after the Arizona Republican's passing last August.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, joined Tuesday's edition of SiriusXM's Breitbart News Daily to discuss opioid addiction and abuse with host Alex Marlow.
Former CIA Director speculated Wednesday that President Donald Trump's recent tweets suggest the president is concerned special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia collusion investigation will put his "political" and "financial" future in jeopardy.
In a Tuesday interview with NBC News, House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-SC) compared President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, saying the president and his family are the “biggest threat to democracy” in his lifetime. Clyburn revealed he has only “studied” about people who behave like Trump. “Adolf Hitler was elected chancellor of Germany. And he went about the business of discrediting institutions to the point that people bought into his stuff,” Clyburn told NBC in an interview MSNBC aired Wednesday. “To allow anybody to discredit the press, discredit the military, to discredit our leadership, in both in the Congress and outside, we are asking for dire consequences. And I think it’s time for the Congress, House and Senate, to grow spines and do what is necessary to protect this democracy.” He added, “This man and his family are the biggest threat to democracy in my lifetime.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
The Washington Post on Tuesday allowed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, one of the world’s leading authoritarian jailers of journalists, to write an op-ed about the Christchurch shooting. In the piece, Erdogan praised Turkey’s ostensible hospitality to minority groups and railed against widespread “Islamophobia” in the Western world.
Actor Jim Carrey fired off another politically charged artwork depicting a grotesque-looking Kellyanne Conway alongside her husband George Conway, who Carrey praised for telling the "truth" about President Donald Trump.
A Columbus, Ohio, city employee filed a federal class action lawsuit last week against the Communication Workers of America (CWA) Local 4502 for continuing to collect union dues from her paycheck despite her objections.
British celebrities are paying for coaches to bus anti-Brexit protesters to London for a march on Saturday demanding a second referendum.
The simple reason Democrats want to abolish the Electoral College is to rig the system so that they cannot lose.