Month: September 2019

‘Mrs. Maisel’ star describes how her grandma survived Holocaust while dedicating Emmy to the ‘strength of a woman’

Actress Alex Borstein dedicated her Emmy award Sunday night for her performance in “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” to the “strength of a woman.”During her acceptance speech for winning the Emmy for be…

The story behind Biden’s son, Ukraine and Trump’s claims

WASHINGTON (AP) – In 2014, then-Vice President Joe Biden was at the forefront of American diplomatic efforts to support Ukraine’s fragile democratic government as it sought to fend off Russian aggression and root out corruption. So it raised eyebrows w…

Trump visits Ohio factory with Australia’s prime minister, touts economy

President Trump visited Ohio, a state essential to his 2020 reelection strategy, with Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison, taking the stage at a recycled-paper factory Sunday evening to highlight the United States’ investment partnership with the…

Andy Biggs, Freedom Caucus chairman willing to buck Trump

The conservative House Freedom Caucus is home to President Trump’s most ardent fans but is not the “Trump Caucus,” the group’s new chairman declares. Rep. Andy Biggs, the Arizona Republican who was elected this month to take the reins of the group of s…

Trump Wise to Avoid a Devastating War With Iran

A U.S. military strike against Iran could start a war that would be costly in U.S. lives and treasure. Trump is right to avoid war if at all possible.

Stop Scaring Our Kids With Doomsday Scenarios

In the last few weeks, from town halls on climate change to climate justice marches, I have seen scores of children – some teens, some squarely of elementary school age – proclaim their anxiety about the world ending.

Trudeau’s Not a Racist, Just a Hypocrite and Bad Leader

If the government generally was playing it straight and not trying to gain re-election by defaming its opponents, Trudeau could have expressed regret, claimed he’d learned and moved on