WASHINGTON ― Donald Trump’s campaign may not be winning the presidential race, but it did a fine job this month of providing business to his hotels.
Trump’s new hotel in Washington received $13,432, according to new Federal Election Commission filings late Thursday.
Hunting big game for trophies with a high-powered rifle is an execution, not a sport. If the target of such a hunt is an animal whose population is stressed, as the most prized specimens usually are, the lack of ethics is compounded.
A massive new marine reserve was created around Antarctica on Friday that will protect some 600,000 square miles of ocean in one of the world’s last vestiges of unspoiled wilderness.
William Finn introduced the first of his irresistible autobiographical--or at least semi-autobiographical--musicals 37 years ago with In Trousers, during which married Marvin, who must be a version of the bookwriter-songwriter, ruminates about his sexuality.
UPDATE: Pence campaign plane slides off runway at LaGuardia Airport in NYC - @MSNBC https://t.co/mbZFLDlZbA
WASHINGTON ― Priorities USA Action, the main super PAC supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, has raised and spent more money than any super PAC since the committees were sanctioned in 2010.
WASHINGTON ― Michael Render, better known as Killer Mike, has crafted a T-shirt inspired by an email leaked from the server of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman.
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There is nothing so sweet as combining nature and art.
Restaurateur Justin Anthony is a household name in Atlanta, Georgia, known for opening some of the city's hottest restaurants: Yebo Beach Haus, Cape Dutch, Biltong Bar, and 10 Degrees South.
Drinking and driving is a big no-no.
Combine it with topless Snapchatting and you have the makings of a real brouhaha.
A 19-year-old college student at Texas A&M is facing charges after police said she crashed an SUV into a squad car while attempting to send a topless Snapchat selfie to her boyfriend, according to The Smoking Gun.
I recently had an experience with a themed art show that turned out shockingly well. This was "Point of Origin," curated by Dina Brodsky and Trek Lexington, and exhibited at The Lodge Gallery, on the Lower East Side.
ST. LOUIS ― Officers in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department will undergo training on First Amendment rights under a mid-October settlement with four journalists who were arrested during the Ferguson, Missouri, protests two years ago.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio ― At times, the closing argument of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign seems to be built around instilling paranoia in his supporters. The election may be rigged, stolen by a media complex obsessed with undermining his candidacy and by corrupt bureaucrats trying to fix the vote, Trump has warned.
A federal court jury on Wednesday acquitted anti-government militant leader Ammon Bundy and six followers of conspiracy charges stemming from their role in the armed takeover of a U.S. wildlife center in Oregon earlier this year.
Illinois Republican Sen. Mark Kirk made an ill-advised joke about the birthplace and ancestry of his Democratic opponent, Rep. Tammy Duckworth, during a debate on Thursday.
Duckworth, who is challenging Kirk for his seat, had just finished talking about her military service and that of her ancestors, dating back to the Revolutionary War.
As a rabbi and political columnist, I find that every election demands close reflection, introspection, and action. The answer, this year, is clear.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Thursday he might sue NBC over leaked “Access Hollywood” video that caught him bragging about groping and kissing women.
Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly that release of the 2005 recording earlier this month was “illegal.” But he stopped short of saying he’d definitely sue the network.
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Some couples fall in love slowly over time, while others can pinpoint the very moment they knew they had met their match.
With the election less than two weeks away, Big Soda is preparing for battle.
The soda industry, led by the American Beverage Association trade group, is spending many millions of dollars in a carefully coordinated effort to defeat proposals in four U.S.
None of the itsy-bitsy spidery things in the image above are tiny, nor are they on Earth. Those creepy-crawlers are surface features on Mars, which have been photographed near the south pole of the red planet for years by the HiRISE camera onboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, or MRO.
By AsiaToday reporter Kim Ye-jin - Leaders of Japan, Russia, and China are paving the way to extend their tenure.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has changed party rules to extend its term limit for party president to three-year consecutive terms, opening the possibility of his longer reign.