Administration Unveils the 'Fetal 14th Amendment'

by Jon Perr - While most eyes this week were on the carnage in Las Vegas, the catastrophe in Puerto Rico, or the dangerous provocations ...

'Wake-Up Call for Progressives' as Far Right Surges in Austrian Elections

by Andrea Germanos - Far-right party head feels "vindicated by the fact that way more than 55 percent" of voters chose its platform. Preliminary results from ...

Why the 25th Amendment Won't Save Us

by William Rivers Pitt, Truthout | Op-Ed - Well I don't know, but I been told If the horse don't pull you got to carry ...

Baghdad: Iraqi Forces in Full Control of Kirkuk (VIDEOS)

The Iraqi army says it has taken full control of Kirkuk following a major advance on Kurdish-held territories. The federal government in Baghdad ...

To Save Their Party, Republicans Must Sacrifice the Trump Presidency

by Ian Reifowitz - The Republican Party is Dr. Frankenstein, and Donald Trump is its monster. Yes, there were some exceptions, but the fact remains ...

Trump's Speech Against Iran Deal a National Disgrace

by Trita Parsi - The most insulting of Trump's lies was when he sought to pass himself off as a champion of the Iranian people. Trump's ...

Fox News Commentator says Weinstein Allegations Should Close the Company. What About Ailes?

by Emily Q. Hazzard - This is a risky idea for Fox News to explore: they’re under federal investigation for a related reason. Gregg Jarrett, ...

(FILES) This file photo taken on December 06, 2016 shows Donald Trump Jr. as he walks around Trump Tower in New York.
Donald Trump's eldest son on July 10, 2017 admitted meeting a Russian lawyer to get dirt on his father's 2016 rival Hillary Clinton, thrusting the White House deep into another Russia-related scandal. Trump junior confirmed reports that he was on the trail of damaging information on the Democrat vying to become America's first woman president, when he met Natalia Veselnitskaya in June 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez

Small Donations to Trump Campaign Pay for Trump Jr.’s Massive Legal Bills

by Judd Legum - Paying legal bills for billionaires, ten bucks at a time. The Trump campaign spent $267,924 on lawyers for Donald Trump Jr. from July ...

Administration Unveils the 'Fetal 14th Amendment'

Posted on Oct 171

'Wake-Up Call for Progressives' as Far Right Surges in Austrian

Posted on Oct 172

Why the 25th Amendment Won't Save Us

Posted on Oct 173

Baghdad: Iraqi Forces in Full Control of Kirkuk (VIDEOS)

Posted on Oct 174

To Save Their Party, Republicans Must Sacrifice the Trump Presidency

Posted on Oct 155

Trump's Speech Against Iran Deal a National Disgrace

Posted on Oct 156

Fox News Commentator says Weinstein Allegations Should Close the Company.

Posted on Oct 157
(FILES) This file photo taken on December 06, 2016 shows Donald Trump Jr. as he walks around Trump Tower in New York.
Donald Trump's eldest son on July 10, 2017 admitted meeting a Russian lawyer to get dirt on his father's 2016 rival Hillary Clinton, thrusting the White House deep into another Russia-related scandal. Trump junior confirmed reports that he was on the trail of damaging information on the Democrat vying to become America's first woman president, when he met Natalia Veselnitskaya in June 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Eduardo Munoz Alvarez

Small Donations to Trump Campaign Pay for Trump Jr.’s Massive

Posted on Oct 158

This Day in History

On This Day, Oct 17, 1931 – Capone Goes to Prison

On this day in 1931, gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion and fined $80,000, signaling the downfall of one of the most notorious criminals of the 1920s and 1930s. Alphonse Gabriel Capone was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1899 to Italian immigrants. He was expelled from school at 14, joined a gang and earned his nickname “Scarface” after being sliced across the cheek during a fight. By 1920, Capone had moved to Chicago, where he was soon helping to run crime boss Johnny Torrio’s illegal enterprises, which included alcohol-smuggling, gambling and...

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Entertainment Blasts

Liam Gallagher Gets to Number One on His Own

Oasis star Liam Gallagher has topped the charts with his first ever solo album, As You Were. The record sold 103,000 copies in its opening week, more than the rest of the Top 10 combined.

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Watch the Pretenders Perform ‘Talk of the Town’ on ‘Austin City Limits

The Pretenders surge through their 1981 track “Talk of the Town” in a preview of their upcoming Austin City Limits episode, which premieres Saturday, October 14th.

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