Category Archives: Politics

Trump 'Is Acting Like Another Hitler By Inciting Racism," Says Anne Frank's Stepsister

Anne Frank's stepsister, 86-year-old Eva Schloss, compared Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler in a column published by Newsweek on Wednesday. "I think [Trump] is acting like another Hitler by inciting…

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Conspiracy theories flourish in Flint’s toxic water

FLINT, Mich—When Janay Young received a free Brita water filter earlier this month from the state government she immediately called the company’s customer service line to ask if it filtered…

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Senate panel approves Myanmar nominee

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Senate committee approved President Barack Obama's nominee to be ambassador to Myanmar on Thursday, after the administration assured panel members it would not quickly alter…

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Clinton targets Valeant price hikes in campaign appearance

By Deena Beasley (Reuters) – Shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc fell on Thursday after the campaign of Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton posted a blog from an Iowa event…

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White House backs Treasury view that Russia's Putin is corrupt

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Treasury official's assessment that Russian President Vladimir Putin is corrupt "best reflects the administration's view," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters at a daily…

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Republicans raise concerns on visa waiver bill implementation

By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Five U.S. Republican lawmakers raised concerns on Thursday with the Obama administration approximately implementation of a law meant to make it harder for people…

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5 Ways Sanders' Campaign Differs From Obama's in 2008

With the Iowa caucuses nearly upon us, both Hillary Clinton & Bernie Sanders are trying to embrace President Obama & identify as the rightful heir to his legacy. On Wednesday,…

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Endorsements in Hand, John Kasich Oozes Confidence

Fresh off two significant endorsements from local newspapers, along with new polls showing a January surge, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich is oozing confidence in New Hampshire. “Hey, nobody said…

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President Obama Welcomes Bernie Sanders to Oval Office

After rejecting any comparison between his own presidential campaign in 2008 & Bernie Sanders’ campaign in 2016, President Obama welcomed the Democratic presidential contender to the Oval Office today for…

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U.S. Senate starts debate on broad energy bill

By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate on Wednesday began debate on the country's first major energy bill in over eight years, featuring measures aimed at protecting the…

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