People on social media are outraged over a photo showing a Ringgold, Ga., veteran’s body on display for visitation without a coffin, which his son says was due to a dispute over money with the funeral home. RELATED: A veteran almost took matters into his own hands after he was denied financial assistance from the VA…
Don’t let this presidential pickpocket use cruel verbal assaults to distract you from the truth
Every presidential election year, Frontline, the superb investigative TV series on PBS, produces an in-depth look at the Democratic and Republican candidates.It’s called “The Choice,” and invariably offers some insights that likely you won’t see anywhere else.
When I first watched the 2016 edition, three things struck me as revelatory—aside from that now infamous Omarosa Manigault soundbite from the program that began, “Every critic, every detractor will have to bow down to President Trump.” Yikes.
Jeffrey Epstein photographed partying with future Trump cabinet secretaries after release from jail
Jeffrey Epstein was photographed nearly a decade ago, just after his release from jail, partying with two future Trump cabinet secretaries and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.
The well-connected financier attended a 2010 dinner party hosted by David and Julia Koch after a screening of "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps" that was attended by Giuliani, Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Koch, among others, reported The Daily Mail.
Trump demands rate cut, seizing on Fed official’s own words
US President Donald Trump on Monday used a Federal Reserve official's own words to amplify his continual demands for lower interest rates.
The latest in Trump's daily attacks on the Fed, turns up the temperature for the central bank a week before its latest policy meeting, when it expected to cut rates for the first time in a decade.
"It is far more costly for the Federal Reserve to cut deeper if the economy actually does, in the future, turn down!" Trump said on Twitter.
"Very inexpensive, in fact productive, to move now."
Without naming him, Trump's tweet repeated a central claim made last week by New York Federal Reserve President John Williams made last week.