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  • Trump’s latest Twitter tirade targets New York Times and Washington Post, among others

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Trump returned to Twitter with a vengeance Saturday morning, following a long series of tame tweets that by all indications were written by someone other than the president. Trump’s massive Twitter tirade targeted, among other things, the New York Times and the Washington Post. The two papers have been the biggest thorns in Trump’s side, having positioned themselves at the forefront of breaking stories that cast Trump and his administration in an unflattering light. Trump has […]

  • Anthony Scaramucci has a bright Futurama at the White House, as long as he avoids boneitis

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci has only been on the job for a few days, but he’s already looking to shake things up in D.C. During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, Scaramucci said he is committed to eliminating positions in the communications department if the leaks don’t stop. “I am a business person, so I will take dramatic action to stop those leaks,” said Scaramucci. “If the leaks don’t stop, I’m gonna pare down the […]

  • Does Trump support Russian sanctions? It depends on who you ask

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – All eyes are on the White House now that House is set to vote on a bill that would put additional sanctions on Russia, Iran, and North Korea on Tuesday. Congressional negotiators were able to come to an agreement on Saturday on the bill, which was originally passed by the Senate 98-2 in June. So does the president support the bill? Well, that’s a tricky question because White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and White House […]

  • Man with machete and man with trash can engage in Mortal Kombat in New York City traffic

    NEW YORK– Nothing like a fight in the middle of traffic to lighten up your morning commute. That’s what happened in New York City Wednesday, when a man carrying a machete faced off with a guy holding a city trash can. Check out the original video below and our Mortal Kombat-inspired report above. Wednesday morning 6:50am July 19 on the UWS. Man with machete in altercation with man in red. @NY1 @DNAinfoNY @NYDailyNews pic.twitter.com/kn9te7ugTm — Paul Tena (@paultena) July 19, […]

  • Taiwanese politicians are literally fighting for power in Parliament

    TAIPEI, Taiwan – There’s plenty of dysfunction to go around in the American political system right now, but it appears to be nothing compared to the complete chaos happening in the Taiwanese Parliament. Massive brawls have broken out during the last two sessions over a controversial infrastructure bill that opponents call a political ploy to attract voters ahead of the 2018 elections. The Democratic Progressive Party has a massive majority, controlling 68 of the body’s 113 seats. Last week it […]

  • Pennsylvania man who confessed to the murders of 4 men claims to have killed before

    BUCKS COUNTY, PA – A man who confessed to killing four men in Pennsylvania earlier this month is now claiming to have killed more victims. Cosmo DiNardo told investigators in Bucks County that he killed a man and a woman in Philadelphia a few years ago, but he doesn’t know either of their names. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross is calling the details of the confession sketchy, but his department is nonetheless going through old murder cases to see if […]

  • Texans rookie D’Onta Foreman arrested on marijuana and gun charges

    AUSTIN, TX – Texans rookie running back D’Onta Foreman is used to busting tackles on the football field, but now he’s been busted off the field. Instead of taking handoffs, it was Foreman in handcuffs, taken into custody for possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of a weapon. Foreman was arrested on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin early Sunday morning. Campus police say someone reported the smell of marijuana coming from three cars parked near a […]

  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services highlights the dangers of hot cars

    HOUSTON – The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services wants parents to know the dangers of leaving children in cars during the summer heat.┬áIt partnered with the Houston Police Department, McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, and Safe Kids Greater Houston to demonstrate just how quickly cars can turn dangerously hot. “Like many things for kids, a lot of tragedies are preventable,” said Dr. Robert Lapus of McGovern Medical School. “One of […]

  • The White House gender wage gap under Trump is twice as high as the U.S. and more than three times higher than under Obama

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – The fight for income equality in the U.S. is far from over and a new analysis of salaries at the nation’s highest office isn’t inspiring hope in advocates of equal pay. The conservative-leaning American Enterprise Institute studied the salaries of all White House employees. It found that the median salary of female staffers is about 63.2 percent of the median salary of male staffers, for a wage gap of 36.8 percent. AEI says that’s more than three […]