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WATCH: New Trump ad says Democrats are all ‘complicit’ in murders committed by immigrants

Donald Trump is among the lowest forms of life on planet earth. But he’s hit a new low with an ad released just a day after the government shutdown began. In the ad, which is titled ” Complicit …...

WATCH: Ali Velshi mocks unintentionally hilarious White House photo of Trump ‘working’

On Saturday afternoon, President Donald Trump’s White House released a photo of the president seated in the Oval Office in a white “Make America Great Again” hat and pretending to talk on the phone.

Iraq veteran Tammy Duckworth blisters ‘draft dodger’ Trump: Don’t tell me what our military needs

Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.), an Iraq war veteran who suffered severe combat wounds, losing both of her legs and damage to her right arm, tore into ‘cadet bone spurs’ for lecturing Democrats …...

NRA’s Loesch attacked Kayleigh McEnany as ‘flat-chested’ after Trump spokeswoman’s breast cancer surgery

NRA spokeswoman and right-wing radio host Dana Loesch attacked former Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany as being “flat-chested” while McEnany was undergoing surgical treatment for a

‘How broke that brain?’: SNL lampoons Trump’s physical exam in hilarious ‘press conference’

This week, “Saturday Night Live” opened with cast-member Aidy Bryant as White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders facing down a hostile press pool with the results of President Donald Trump’s

SNL Just Hit Trump Hard: Trump Is Apparently Not A “Monkey In People Clothes”

Jessica Chastain is hosting tonight but she didn’t appear in this cold open, which mostly focuses on the president’s medical results from earlier this week.

‘This ain’t Lost’: Kate McKinnon is mind-blowing as Robert Mueller on SNL

On this week’s edition of “Weekend Update” on “Saturday Night Live,” Kate McKinnon did a mind-blowing, gender-bending turn as special counsel Robert Mueller. Introduced by anchor Colin Jost, McKinnon
Why Facebook's news feed changes are bad news for democracy | Emily Bell

Why Facebook's news feed changes are bad news for democracy | Emily Bell

News organisations say they have seen a steady drop off in Facebook referred traffic“Homepage. Even the word sounds old. We bring the news to your social feed.” A week ago this is what you would have

NRA’s Dana Loesch: a “Telegenic Warrior” and “Great Voice”?

In a profile published this weekend in the Style section of the New York Times, National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch was dubbed a “telegenic warrior.” Earlier this month, Loesch was
Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Sarah Ferguson claims £45m in damages from Murdoch’s News Group

Duchess of York reportedly blames Mazher Mahmood sting for loss of business opportunities Sarah Ferguson has reportedly demanded about £45m from Rupert Murdoch, claiming the now defunct News of the

Furloughed worker to ‘great negotiator’ Trump: ‘Show your skills’ so I can go back to work

A federal worker who has been furloughed under the government shutdown said on MSNBC that he wishes President Donald Trump would put his much-vaunted negotiating skills to work in resolving the

NYT political analyst: ‘Diminished’ Trump is hiding from shutdown mess ‘holed up in the White House’

On Saturday, New York Times political analyst Jeremy Peters said that President Trump is allowing himself and his office to be “diminished” in importance as the president spends the government

Trump is ‘itching’ to jump into shutdown debate even as aides struggle to keep him quiet: report

President Donald Trump has kept a low profile since the government shutdown began late Friday night, prompting some pundits to question when the president’s purported skills as a bargainer would come

Republican senator claims FBI lost five months of texts between investigators Strzok and Page

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has lost about five months worth of text messages between two staffers who worked on probes into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails and possible

NRA Pundit Known for Violent Rhetoric Gets High Praise From Mike Pence

In a profile published this weekend in the Style section of the New York Times, National Rifle Association spokesperson Dana Loesch was dubbed a “telegenic warrior.” Earlier this month, Loesch was

Biographer: Trump’s ‘phantom negotiation’ techniques in shutdown show he’s ‘playing one side off of the other’

President Donald Trump is “playing one side against the other” in shutdown talks, said biographer Michael D’Antonio, author of The Truth About Trump. D’Antonio looked at Trump’s shifting positions and

Trump may want Democrats to reject border wall so he can attack them for it in 2018: WSJ reporter

On Sunday, White House reporter Eli Stokols of The Wall Street Journal laid bare what he thinks President Trump might actually be hoping will happen in the shutdown debate. After Sen. Chuck Schumer

Department of Homeland Security: Trump administration didn’t consult us for ‘DHS study’ on terrorism

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was not consulted nor were its analysts used to compile a Trump administration report on terrorism that claims to have come from the DHS, said Spencer
Selfie app Snow, once a Snapchat clone, raises $50M from SoftBank and Sequoia China

Selfie app Snow, once a Snapchat clone, raises $50M from SoftBank and Sequoia China

It’s been a while since we heard from Snow, the Snapchat clone app in Asia that Facebook once tried to buy, but today the company behind it has scooped up a $50 million investment from SoftBank and
Head of Philippines news site Rappler meets investigators over complaint

Head of Philippines news site Rappler meets investigators over complaint

Maria Ressa says move is part of a wider push to close the site down permanently because it is critical of president Rodrigo DuterteThe head of a Philippines news site ordered to be closed for