Donald Trump thought that he performed well at his summit with the Russian dictator who worked to install him in office and only learned that he’d flopped after watching cable news, according to a new report by the Washington Post.
Young Republicans haver been thoroughly exiled from the mainstream Washington, D.C. dating scene and have taken to hiding their political affiliations on first dates or only dating people from work, according to a new report from Fox News.
A white student at Georgia Southern University sent racist text messages to her new roommate, who is black, reports BuzzFeed News. The white student, who was not identified, was intending to text comments about her new roommate to a friend named Hannah.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is a fierce critic of government spending. But the Kentuckian also has a taste for the good life and is not opposed to having a nice vacation on his donor’s dime, according to information reviewed by the non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics.
Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange will be “immediately” forced out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, according to a new report from close Assange ally Glenn Greenwald. Greenwald reports that the president of Ecuador traveled to London on Friday ostensibly to give a speech—but actually to finalize negotiations on Assange’s fate.
A black businessman in San Francisco explained the hardships of trying to open a business in gentrified neighborhood. Vicktor Stevenson is the proprietor of Gourmonade, a permanent lemonade stand that recently opened on Valencia Street in San Francisco’s Mission District.
A sheriff’s deputy in Washington state has been fired for wearing a hooded sweatshirt bearing the logo of alt-right group Proud Boys. The female deputy, Erin Willey, posted a selfie of herself wearing a hoodie bearing a logo for a female offshoot of the Western Chauvinist” organization which claim to stand up for “traditional values.”
Anyone who has intermittently tried to follow the shadowplay narrative of Russian history and politics during the Putin era heard alarm bells going off, and perhaps felt the hairs on the back of her neck stand up at teh mention of Browder.