Articles for August, 2019

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asked why officer involved in Eric Garner's death wasn't fired

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asked why officer involved in Eric Garner's death wasn't firedFederal prosecutors announced earlier this month that they would not file charges against Daniel Pantaleo, who was involved Eric Garner's death.


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The Are You The One Season 8 Cast Just Secured Its First Perfect Match
Find out who the first confirmed perfect match is on Season 8 of 'Are You the One.'
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Jane the Virgin Says Goodbye: All About that Narrator Twist, the Wedding, and Hints of the Future
Jane the Virgin just sobbed on that porch swing one last time, and if you think we're also sobbing on our own version of the porch swing, you're fully correct. That series finale...
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Biden attacked by rivals over deportations under Obama

Biden attacked by rivals over deportations under ObamaJoe Biden and former HUD Secretary Julián Castro clashed on the issue of illegal border crossings at Wednesday night's primary debate.


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Sen. Graham calls report DOJ is declining to prosecute Comey 'stunning'
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Lindsey Graham reacts to report that the Dept. of Justice is not moving forward in prosecuting former FBI director James Comey.
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Democratic debate: 2020 race heats up as frontrunner Joe Biden comes under fire

Democratic debate: 2020 race heats up as frontrunner Joe Biden comes under fireDemocrats have finished up their second round of debates, with the second night of the second round featuring a majority of the candidates on stage piling on with attacks on Joe Biden.Bill de Blasio attacked him for deportations during the Obama years, while Kirsten Gillibrand took him to task over womens' rights. Meanwhile, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris both attacked his record on criminal justice.The attacks show that the race to become the Democratic Party's standard bearer is heating up, and Mr Biden has found himself increasingly in a place where he must defending decades of living in the political spotlight.But, while the second night amounted to a frenzy of attacks on Mr Biden, other candidates were not left unscathed.Ms Harris, who had a breakout moment in the first debate when she challenged Mr Biden over his past position anti-segegation busing, was attacked by Tulsi Gabbard for her record as a prosecutor in California. Ms Gabbard, whose campaign focuses primarily on keeping the US out of "regime change" wars, said that Ms Harris put people behind bars for smoking marijuana, then "laughed" when asked if she had ever used the drug herself. Mr Booker was attacked for "stop and frisk" policing methods in Newark when he was mayor there. Mr de Blasio was attacked repeatedly for the continued presence of the New York Police Department officer who killed Eric Garner on the city's payroll.Throughout it all was the underlying schism in the Democratic Party, a divide that is perhaps best illustrated in the various proposals for revamping America's healthcare system.But, while candidates like Ms Harris stood by their so-called Medicare for All proposals, the candidates better known for their progressive politics — Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders — were both present for the first night of debates. During that debate, Ms Warren and Mr Sanders fielded their own set of concentrated attacks, and emerged fairly unscathed in the end.The next round of debates will be held in September, when the large field of candidates will likely have slimmed down. Mr Biden may have a chance to spar with the other two front-runners soon.Follow live updates Please allow a moment for our liveblog to load


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‘Fire Pantaleo’: Debate Protestors Challenged Bill de Blasio Over Eric Garner’s Death
The second Democratic primary debates in Detroit, Michigan, opened on July 31 with considerable drama: protestors interrupted the opening statements of two contenders to call for the firing of Daniel Pantaleo, the New York City police officer who did n...
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The Walking Dead: Shirlene’s Catfish Faked His Own Death To Avoid Meeting Her
Now that's extreme: A woman's 'Catfish' faked his own death just to avoid coming face-to-face with her.
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Marianne Williamson on reparations, her emails with Oprah and going viral
Self-help guru and bestselling author Marianne Williamson has been one of the buzziest candidates running in the Democratic presidential primary, even if she’s polling at less than 1 percent.
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Biden Condescendingly Asked Kamala Harris To ‘Go Easy On Me Kid’ Before The Debate
Former Vice President Joe Biden told California Senator Kamala Harris during the second night of the second debate on Wednesday, July 31 to "Go easy on me, kid."
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