Just grin and bear it, Nancy.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during an appearance on CNN took a swipe at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s seemingly sour expression during President Trump’s first State of the Union address — and she used one the internet’s most widely hated phrases to do it.
“The room last night was grossly divided, I’ve never seen Nancy Pelosi’s face like that,” host Chris Cuomo said.
Cryptocurrencies are a Wild West of sorts — and Facebook has had enough.
The social network is banning all ads related to bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, and ICOs, it announced on Tuesday, as it attempts to crack down on scams and fraud.
IN GOD WE TRUST! IN GOD WE TRUST! IN GOD WE TRUST!
North Korea is planning to roll out another display of military might just one day before it sends a delegation to the Winter Olympics in South Korea, according to a report.
The rogue state is planning the parade of intercontinental missiles and rockets in an attempt to “scare the hell out of the Americans,” according to two diplomatic sources who spoke to CNN.
North Korea will send hundreds of officials, athletes, artists, journalists and cheerleaders to attend the Pyeongchang Games on Feb. 9 in what has been hailed as a diplomatic breakthrough.
Those who tuned in for President Donald Trump’s inaugural State of the Union address left overwhelmingly liking the speech, polls showed.
A CBS News poll found that 75% of those who watched Trump’s speech, which was filled with themes of unity, approved of the address. Just 25% said they disapproved of the speech. Asked about how the speech made the viewer feel, 65% said they felt proud after watching the address, with 35% saying it made them feel safer. Another 14% said it made them feel scared while 21% said it made them angry.
Among viewers, 42% identified as Republicans while 25% identified as Democrats. Another 33% said they were independents.
In a rare contribution by an Israeli official to Arab media, IDF spokesman Brig. Gen. Ronen Manelis warned in a op-ed on a Lebanese opposition website that a war could break out between the two countries if Iran and Hezbollah’s presences in the country continue to grow.
“Lebanon has become — both by its own actions and omissions and by a blind eye from many members of the international community — one large missile factory,” Manelis wrote for the Lebanese website Ahewar.
It is almost unimaginable that 46 senators would vote against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. But that’s just what happened yesterday, with two Republicans joining 44 Democrats to cast their truly vile vote.
We’re talking about outlawing abortions for babies 20 weeks old or more, and even then, with exceptions for abortions deemed necessary “to save the life of the pregnant woman, or . . . when the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest.”
How could 46 senators (including all but two Democrats) vote against this humane act?
GENEVA, Jan 31 (Reuters) – North Korea struck back at the United States on Wednesday, accusing the Trump administration of being a billionaires’ club that harbors a “policy of racism” while denying freedom of the press and health coverage to citizens.
The “White Paper on Human Rights Violations in the U.S. in 2017,” was issued by the Institute of International Studies in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and circulated by its diplomatic mission in Geneva.
It did not refer to the row between North Korea and the United States and its allies over Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programs, or to the international sanctions imposed against it.
Democrats booed President Donald Trump, with at least one member of Congress shouting “that’s not true,” when the president outlined his proposed cuts to legal immigration.
After detailing the first two “pillars” of his immigration proposal, which include offering a path to citizenship for roughly 1.8 million non-citizen immigrants and building a massive wall along the southern border of the US, coupled with increased funding for border security, Trump spoke of his highly controversial cuts to legal immigration.