Month: March 2018

What’s next in the Pa. special election ballot fight

Pennsylvania’s contentious House special election still doesn’t have an official winner nearly a week later.Democrat Conor Lamb, who has a roughly 600 votes lead over Republican state Rep. Rick Saccone, …

John Brennan blasts Donald Trump over Andrew McCabe firing

Former CIA Director John Brennan intensified his war of words with President Trump Saturday, saying America will “triumph” over the president. “When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will tak…

‘Saturday Night Live’ targets DeVos over ‘60 Minutes’ interview

“Saturday Night Live” took aim at Education Secretary Betsy DeVos after she struggled during a “60 Minutes” interview to answer basic policy questions.During a segment on SNL’s “Weekend Update,” DeVos, played by Ka…

SNL’s Sessions on McCabe firing: ‘Trump made me do it’

“Saturday Night Live” this weekend mocked Attorney General Jeff Sessions over his firing of former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe.SNL’s Anderson Cooper, played by Alex Moffat, asked Kate McKinnon, who was portra…

GOP pushes for ‘phase two’ of tax cuts

Republicans are increasingly talking about “phase two” of tax cuts – including a permanent extension of the new law’s individual tax cuts – in an effort to highlight their signature legislative accomplishment and force De…

Southeast Asia leaders back sanctions against North Korea

SYDNEY (AP) – South East Asian leaders and Australia’s prime minister on Sunday called on North Korea to end its nuclear program urged United Nations countries to fully implement sanctions. Leaders at the first summit of the Association of Southeast As…

Even after death, Democrat stays ‘active’ in politics

Admirers of the late New Jersey Gov. Brendan Byrne recently congregated in Jersey City to honor one of his last wishes: to have his ashes placed in Hudson County so he could “stay active” in politics.