Kamala Harris Blisters ‘Racist’ Kirstjen Nielsen in Fiery Senate Interrogation

Photo Credit: DFree / Shutterstock.com Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) sparred with Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen over the president’s extremist remarks — and the administration official’s apparent support for those views. Nielsen said earlier Tuesday during testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee that the boss was simply repeating an regard about industrious …

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A Powerful Economic Justice Movement Is Brewing, Even in This Dark Time

Photo Credit: Enrique Romero / Shutterstock.com In this scattered world, one thing seems certain: today’s apocalyptic threats to the democracy did not arise out of nowhere. Every enlightenment thrives, or not, on either its core narrative—the causation story we tell ourselves—enhances mutual advantage or spurs division. And, the account pushing …

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Philip Roth Admits He Never Imagined a President as Grotesque as Trump

Philip RothPhoto Credit: YouTube Screengrab Published in 2004, Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America imagines an swap story in which Charles Lindbergh, the famed commander and orator for the America First Committee, captures his party’s assignment after making a thespian opening at the 1940 Republican National Convention. He after rides a …

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More Than a Third of Americans Give Trump’s First Year a Resounding ‘F’: Poll

Photo Credit: Flickr Creative Commons / DonkeyHotey Americans aren’t happy with President Donald Trump. While this isn’t news per se, his low capitulation ratings may leave you wondering just because accurately many adults are disappointed. A new check offers something coming an answer. According to Politico/Morning Consult’s latest findings, the country is …

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“Rocket” Madsen rigourously charged with murder of Kim Wall aboard sub

reader comments 89 Today, Peter Madsen—the inventor, engineer, and owners of the world’s largest amateur-built submarine and conduct of the eponymous “Rocket Madsen Space Lab”—was rigourously charged with murdering Kim Wall, a Swedish freelance publisher who had been essay an essay about Madsen. Copenhagen Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen says that Wall’s …

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Found: New Android malware with never-before-seen espionage capabilities

reader comments 120 Last year, researchers found what at the time was utterly presumably the world’s many worldly espionage app ever created for the Android mobile handling system. Now, in a find that underscores the flourishing arms race among competing malware developers, researchers have unclosed a new Android espionage height …

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21 states sue FCC to revive net neutrality rules

reader comments 64 Twenty-one states and the District of Columbia currently kicked off a lawsuit to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s dissolution of net neutrality rules. Advocacy groups are also suing the FCC. The states suing the FCC are New York, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, …

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