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Illinois man under investigation for threatening to ‘lynch’ Rep. Wilson — and he’s blaming social media trolls

Over the weekend, a screenshot of a Facebook post by an Illinois man that threatened lynching against Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) made the rounds online.

Trump wanted to rename America’s biggest mountain

President Donald Trump brought up a campaign promise during a March meeting with the U.S. senators from Alaska, asking whether he could roll back President Barack Obama’s 2015 decision to rename the tallest mountain on the continent.

Eric Trump and Don Jr. are planning to open ‘plantation-style’ luxury hotels in poor black areas

Trump brothers, Eric and Donald Jr. are investing in luxury resorts on one of the poorest corners in America as part of a program they’re calling an “American Idea.”

Melania Trump is lonely, racist and obsessed with Michelle Obama in new short story

The Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has penned a short story for the The New York Times’ style magazine, T, which paints the first lady—referred to throughout only as “Mrs T”—as the reluctant wife of the president.

‘Beyond inappropriate’: Ex-Fox host Bolling slams O’Reilly for suggesting harassment claims led to son’s death

Former Fox News host Eric Bolling on Monday responded to Bill O’Reilly’s suggestion his son’s death was the result of sexual harassment allegations levied against him.

Trump finally wrote that $25K check to a slain soldier’s family — the day he was exposed in the media

President Donald Trump has finally sent the family of Dillon Baldridge, an Army corporal who died in Afghanistan over the summer, the personal check for $25,000 he promised them in June.

The many pieces of evidence suggesting Trump obstructed justice

On Oct. 4, 2017, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-NC) said that all issues relating to the investigation into Russian interference with the election remain open.

Protester attacked after alt-right speech relives the moment he heard his Nazi attacker yell ‘shoot em’

Somehow, the Navy veteran and anti-fascist protester who was shot in Gainesville, Florida after Richard Spencer’s speech there last week was only grazed by the bullet fired by a neo-Nazi from Texas.

‘Who thought this was a good idea?’: Internet slams magazine for holding all-male panel on women in business

On Monday, journalist Yashar Ali posted perhaps one of the most comical real advertisements in recent memory.

Sen. Bob Corker dismisses Trump’s scheduled attendance at GOP policy lunch as a ‘typical photo op’

Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) on Monday continued speaking truth to Donald Trump’s leadership skills, telling NBC that the president’s plan to attend a Tuesday policy lunch is just a “photo op” for the White House.

Fox News fires brother of Bill O’Reilly sexual assault victim Juliet Huddy

Fox News has let go of correspondent John Huddy, whose sister had accused former Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly of sexual harassment.

Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen to meet with House and Senate intel committees this week

Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen will meet with the House and Senate intelligence committees on Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, as part of those panels’ ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
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