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On Wednesday, Joe Biden is set to guest star on Law & Order: SVU, but the Vice President is certainly no stranger to starring on television. Biden appeared on Parks and Recreation twice, including the show’s series finale in 2015.
Over the years, television shows have become a way for politicians to not only have some fun, but also reach a wider audience for their causes.
In Monday night’s debate, Donald Trump reiterated his call for “law and order” in America. “We need law and order. If we don’t have it,” the Republican candidate said, darkly, “we’re not going to have a country.” His most concrete suggestion in this vein has been to call for more robust stop-and-frisk policing – specifically in Chicago, which is mired in a year of unusually high violent crime.
Chicago actually already has stop-and-frisk policing, which makes Trump’s policy prescription a little confusing.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton covered a lot of ground in their first debate, but there were several foreign policy issues that deserve a closer look. On these questions, the next president will have some hard choices to make.
This is an issue where Trump forcefully pressed his case. He expressed disgust for both the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), in force for the past 20 years, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which Congress has yet to ratify.
(WASHINGTON)— The Senate has blocked a spending bill needed to keep the government open beyond Friday’s midnight deadline.
Most Democrats and at least 10 Republicans voted to block the bill, which also funds the fight against the Zika virus. Democrats are demanding money to help Flint, Michigan, address its lead-tainted water crisis.
The 45-55 vote on Tuesday stalls the stopgap bill — for now.
A girl turning six celebrated her birthday with an appropriate theme: the 6 god.
According to Buzzfeed News, 6-year-old Leah loves Canadian rapper Drake so much that she requested that her birthday party be Drake-themed.
Her mother, Lex Saldivar, planned accordingly with black and gold Drake party decorations, a cake emblazoned with the OVO symbol, and mini-Hennessy bottles as balloon weights.
It’s already been a banner year for Amy Schumer, who, in 2016 alone, has published her first book, had her Emmy-winning sketch show renewed for a fifth season, and become the first female comic to headline Madison Square Garden. But on Tuesday, the Trainwreck star raised the stakes even further by becoming the first woman ever to be named to Forbes’ Highest Paid Comedians list.
Schumer is fourth on the list, ranking only behind Kevin Hart, Jerry Seinfeld and Terry Fator.