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Stephen King clarifies controversial Twitter remarks about film talent and diversity: 'The Oscars are still rigged in favor of white people'
Author Stephen King has expounded on his thoughts about considering diversity when voting in the Academy. In previous tweets, King said Oscar nominations should be based on quality alone and not
Bernie Sanders Surges to Lead in California, Propelled by Liberals
Bernie Sanders has not only taken the lead in several recent surveys of voters in Iowa, but he has also pushed to the head of the Democratic field in delegate-rich California.
Restaurant Workers Union Backs Sanders, Warren: Campaign Update
When a California union local was fighting over a contract at a Loyola Marymount University, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders threatened to skip a debate at the California school.
Brexit Bulletin: Stuff of Nightmares
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Koch Tech Manifesto Extends Tilt From Tea Party-Style Politics
The Koch political network is advising tech companies that have come under fire in Washington that they should act as good stewards of data but resist pressure to police political ads or give the
Peter MacKay Begins Bid to Lead Canada’s Conservative Party
Former Canadian cabinet minister Peter MacKay criticized Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Saturday as he officially announced he is running to be leader of Canada's Conservative Party.
Norway’s Weakened PM Makes Top Lieutenant Finance Minister
Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg named one of her top lieutenants to the key position of finance minister as her new minority government prepares to navigate a hostile parliament.
Here’s Where the Far Right Learned to Turn Down the Bluster
The Slovak People’s Party members used to wear black shirts and march in the streets. Now they promise villagers the roads will be fixed.
Japan Sees Nothing Wrong With Justice System Ghosn Called Rigged
Long before fallen auto titan Carlos Ghosn fled trial in Japan and launched an attack on the country’s justice system from afar, another foreign businessman found himself at the mercy of Tokyo’s
Fidget Spinners and Quick Breaks: Senators Fight Impeachment Trial Fatigue
Bipartisan fatigue is creeping into the Senate chamber as the impeachment trial of Donald Trump is stretching into its third day.
Norway’y Prime Minister Loses Majority After Populist Partner Quits
Norway’s Prime Minister Erna Solberg lost her majority coalition after her main ally quit the government to protest the repatriation of a woman who’d joined Islamic State.
GOP senator calls CNN reporter ‘liberal hack’
How not to avoid the press 101. The post GOP senator calls CNN reporter ‘liberal hack’ appeared first on The Daily Dot.
Putin Launches Overhaul That May Extend His 20-Year Russian Rule
President Vladimir Putin replaced his long-serving prime minister and called for sweeping constitutional changes, fueling speculation that the Russian leader is moving to extend his grip on power
Sanders-Warren Clash on Women Elevates Acrimony in Iowa Debate
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren tried unsuccessfully to calm the waters Tuesday after a spat involving elitism, sexism and insinuations of lying, in a wide-ranging debate where the top candidates
China’s Ties With Key European Ally Nosedive Over Taiwan
China’s relationship with a country that was supposed to be a key proponent of its interests in Europe is growing increasingly caustic.
EU Court Criticizes Hungary’s Attack on Foreign-Funded NGOs
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban suffered a setback in his clash with the European Union over democratic norms as an adviser to the bloc’s highest court slammed his crackdown on foreign-funded
Elizabeth Warren Woos Women to Turn Around Her Campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, who has seen her national lead dwindle on the eve of the Iowa caucuses, is turning back to a bloc of voters she once appeared to have locked up:
Japan’s Abe Says He’s ‘Not Thinking’ of Staying on Beyond 2021
Shinzo Abe, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, said he’s “not thinking” of staying on as ruling party leader beyond the end of his current term in September 2021.
Trump Freed by Court to Use Military Money to Build Border Wall
President Donald Trump’s planned U.S. border wall with Mexico got another boost after a federal appeals court lifted an order that had blocked his use of $3.6 billion in military construction funds.
Chamber of Commerce Head Urges Congress to Step Up on Privacy, Labor
The leader of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said the powerful business group will fight to reverse liberal policies being pushed in the states and by some Democratic candidates for president.