Day: February 13, 2020

US Politics

Bernie Bro Arrested On Burglary, Vandalism, Attempted Arson Charges After Attacking GOP Office In Northern California

Unhinged leftist activist Michael Vall was arrested in Eureka, California after vandalizing and apparently trying to burn down the Humboldt County Republican party office. To no one’s surprise, it turns out dude is a Bernie supporter. KIEM reports: It happened around 5 am Saturday morning at their office on 5th Street in Eureka. The front […]

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National News

Bill Barr: Trump’s tweets make it “impossible” to do my job

Attorney General Bill Barr on February 10, 2020. | Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images The president is making obvious what the attorney general is doing all on his own. Attorney General Bill Barr said Thursday that while President Donald Trump has never asked him to interfere in a criminal case, his tweets make it “impossible” for Barr […]

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National News

Why Nevada’s powerful Culinary Union has issues with Bernie Sanders

Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to reporters after greeting people outside a polling station in Manchester, New Hampshire, on February 11, 2020. | Salwan Georges/The Washington Post via Getty Images The influential group still has concerns about Medicare-for-all. Before the New Hampshire Democratic primary results had even finished coming in on Tuesday, Nevada’s Culinary Union took […]

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Living & Culture

Weinstein’s lawyer assails accusers’ credibility in New York rape trial closing argument

February 13, 2020 By Brendan Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) – A lawyer for Harvey Weinstein on Thursday took aim at the credibility of the women accusing the former movie producer of sexual assault and urged jurors in the closing arguments of his New York trial to acquit him. Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to […]

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National News

Nevada’s most powerful union won’t endorse anybody for president

Joe Raedle/Getty Images But its leaders are still opposed to Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-all plan. Nine days before the state’s pivotal caucuses, Nevada’s most powerful union declined to endorse a candidate for president in the Democratic primary — though it has made its opposition to Sen. Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-all plan clear. “We’re going to endorse our […]

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National News

A male lawmaker worries women will abuse a tax break to hoard tampons

A worker holds tampons in a production hall of Ontex Hygieneartikel Deutschland GmbH in Germany. | Sebastian Kahnert/picture alliance via Getty Images “That is what our elected representatives think of us,” one menstrual equity advocate says. A debate erupted this week in the Tennessee state legislature over the danger of women buying too many tampons. […]

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Trending Stories

President Trump calls out juror in Roger Stone case

Photo of Tomeka Hart via Twitter. OAN Newsroom UPDATED 4:35 PM PT — Thursday, February 13, 2020 President Trump continues to criticize the Justice Department’s handling of the case against Roger Stone. In a tweet, the president said it looks like the foreperson in the jury has significant bias. He said this issue, combined with […]

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National News

Kevin McCarthy refutes the idea he has legit concerns about corruption in a single Instagram post

McCarthy and Trump shake hands at the White House in December 2019. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images The House minority leader brags about patronizing the president’s business. In one Instagram post, Rep. Kevin McCarthy destroyed the idea that Republicans have the sorts of good-faith concerns about corruption they said they did during the impeachment trial. On […]

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Trending Stories

USS Normandy seizes 150 missiles bound for Yemen

U.S. Navy photo of USS Normandy (CG 60). OAN Newsroom UPDATED 7:50 PM PT — Thursday, February 13, 2020 A U.S. warship intercepted an illegal shipment of Iranian missiles in the Arabian Sea this week. In a statement, U.S. Central Command said the USS Normandy detained a small sailboat with 150 anti-tank missiles onboard. “USS […]

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5 people dead, millions of dollars in damage done amid Brazil flooding

Trucks are stuck in a flooded street at the CEAGESP food market in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. (AP Photo/Andre Penner) OAN Newsroom UPDATED 7:11 PM PT — Thursday, February 13, 2020 At least five people are reportedly dead in Brazil after heavy rains slammed the region this week. Officials confirmed the death […]

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