Breaking from the New York Times: “Paul Manafort and his former business associate Rick Gates were told to surrender to federal authorities Monday morning, the first charges in a special counsel investigation, according to a person involved in the case.”
President Trump just announced on Twitter that Reince Priebus will no longer be the Chief of Staff of the White House.
In a late night tweet, the White House’s new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said that he was contacting the FBI over leaks. He then cryptically mentioned the White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.
Breaking now. According to witnesses, there were at least two explosions at a train station in Brussels.
Breaking right now, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise was shot this morning in Virginia at a GOP baseball practice.
Professor Jennifer Harvey took to the New York Times yesterday to ask: “Are We Raising Racists?” She begins her article by recounting how “dismayed” she was that her daughter admired George Washington.
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow says that she has obtained Donald Trump’s tax returns and will discuss them tonight on her show at 9pm.
Christa Preston Agiro, an associate professor at Wright State University, spoke to Ohio University this month in a speech titled, “Recovering from Overwhelming Whiteness: Learning and Unlearning Rules about Race.”
Often criticizing society for objectifying women, Buzzfeed published an article this week that is literally a picture of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s butt, repeatedly zoomed-in.
In an article published this month on the Huffington Post, author Zeba Blay declared that “Harriet Tubman, Who’s Being Recognized More And More, Is A Total 10.”
Appearing today on a special edition of The Lead with Jake Tapper, Emmy award-nominated chef Padma Lakshmi stated that if you were not a feminist, in her opinion, “you are insane.”
In their rush to publish news of dictator Fidel Castro’s death, CNN accidentally left an editor’s note in their story referencing the possible death of President George HW Bush.
Washington Community Action Network, a grassroots non-profit organization, is offering activists fifteen dollars an hour to fight against Donald Trump’s “agenda.” In an ad posted to Craigslist Wednesday, the day after Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the general election, Washington CAN! asked people to [Read More]
Authorities say 2 dead, at least 14 wounded in shooting at Florida nightclub https://t.co/yZkhsocPJs — Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 25, 2016