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Culture 2020-02-20T21:48:14Z
Tyler Oakley

13 Influencers who have endorsed presidential candidates

While Michael Bloomberg invested in a targeted social media strategy, Bernie Sanders seems to have won more influencer support.
Politics 2020-02-20T21:42:41Z
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11 of the most notable and shocking presidential pardons in US history

The sweeping power was written into the Constitution, allowing the president to "grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States."
News 2020-02-20T18:20:09Z
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US newspaper front pages compared the Las Vegas debate to a boxing match, and Bloomberg as its battered loser

Boxing puns ran amok to describe Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
News 2020-02-20T15:50:10Z

Melania Trump is catching flak after receiving a 'Woman of Distinction' award that many feel she doesn't deserve

While the First Lady encouraged "healthy online behavior," the president was on Twitter, attacking Mike Bloomberg and threatening to sue "everyone."
News 2020-02-20T15:22:14Z

Meghan McCain likened the cutthroat Democratic debate to the 'Game of Thrones' 'Red Wedding' episode

The "Red Wedding" episode depicted the mass murder of several popular characters on the hit HBO show.
Politics 2020-02-20T12:00:46Z

The mass shooter who killed 9 in Germany published a racist manifesto where he identified as an incel and accused Trump of stealing his populist slogans

A manifesto published by the 43-year-old attacker argued that white people were biologically superior to nonwhites.
News 2020-02-19T22:04:11Z

'We don't have a history of murdering our citizens': A Saudi official says reports that the Saudi Crown Prince is connected to the death of Jamal Khashoggi are 'ridiculous'

Saudi Arabia has made "great progress in terms of human rights," Adel al-Jubeir said, urging outsiders to educate themselves better on its state of affairs.
Politics 2020-02-18T19:41:56Z

Trump declares himself the 'chief law enforcement officer of the United States' and admits he makes AG Barr's job harder

Trump falsely called himself the US's top law enforcement officer and admitted he makes the attorney general's "job harder."
Politics 2020-02-18T19:11:45Z

Michael Bloomberg's candidacy may be a gift to Bernie Sanders

2020 candidates are focusing their attacks on Michael Bloomberg, diverting attention that would likely otherwise go to knocking Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Politics 2020-02-18T19:02:35Z

A top Trump economic advisor clashed with a CNN anchor during a segment where he was shown data that contradicted his claims

Peter Navarro clashed with CNN anchor Poppy Harlow during a segment where he was shown data that contradicted his claims.
Politics 2020-02-18T18:31:21Z

Trump commutes sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich

Trump had been publicly mulling commuting Blagojevich's sentencing as the disgraced governor's wife made appeals to the president via Fox News.
Politics 2020-02-18T18:27:00Z

More than 2,000 former Justice Department officials have signed the letter calling for William Barr's resignation after his handling of Roger Stone's sentencing

"Mr. Barr's actions in doing the President's personal bidding unfortunately speak louder than his words," the former DOJ officials wrote.
Politics 2020-02-18T17:58:00Z

Trump administration will waive 10 federal laws to speed up border wall construction in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas

Trump has used his power to waive environmental impact rules, Tuesday marks the first time it has been used to evade federal procurement requirements.
Politics 2020-02-18T15:36:55Z

A group of federal judges will hold an emergency meeting over Trump's role in the DOJ's sentencing recommendations for Roger Stone

The emergency meeting comes after DOJ leadership intervened in the prosecution of Trump ally Roger Stone to recommend a lower sentence.
Politics 2020-02-18T13:49:00Z

Here's who will be onstage for the February 19 Democratic presidential debate in Nevada and how to watch it

Six candidates have qualified for Wednesday's Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, most recently including former Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Politics 2020-02-18T12:47:05Z

The US was left alone and humiliated on the world stage as European allies collectively dunked on Trump's 'America First' policy at a major security conference

The Munich Security Conference was themed around the idea of the Western alliance fading, and European allies openly criticized the US's approach.
Politics 2020-02-18T12:12:47Z

Trump's impeachment lawyer Alan Dershowitz justified the president's post-acquittal meddling with a wild conspiracy theory about Obama and George Soros

"President Obama personally asked the FBI to investigate somebody on behalf of George Soros, who was a close ally of his," Dershowitz told Breitbart.
Military & Defense 2020-02-18T11:45:18Z

John Bolton slammed Trump's 'wasted two years' trying to denuclearize North Korea in his first public speech since the impeachment trial

The hawkish former National Security Advisor pulled no punches on North Korea and warned that leader Kim Jong Un was "jiving the Americans."
Politics 2020-02-18T11:13:18Z

Michael Bloomberg has qualified to join the Democratic presidential debates for the first time

Bloomberg qualified thanks to a new national poll in which he received 19% support, second only to Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Politics 2020-02-18T10:54:02Z

Sadiq Khan is trying to convince Brussels to let some Brits keep their EU citizenship after Brexit

London Mayor Sadiq Khan wants the European Union to let some Brits have "associate citizenship" after Brexit.
Politics 2020-02-18T09:54:58Z

Boris Johnson's chief Brexit negotiator says Britain will never sign up to EU rules in a blunt warning to Brussels

David Frost used a lecture to spell out the UK's hardline position heading into trade talks with the EU.
News 2020-02-18T05:59:10Z

The Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy after facing hundreds of new allegations of sexual abuse

The Boy Scouts' bankruptcy filing freezes existing litigation and could set a time limit for victims to come forward to receive compensation.
News 2020-02-18T04:27:20Z

'You'll love Chapter 14': John Bolton discussed his book and suggested he has a lot more to say about the Trump administration

He also described worrying about "censorship" of his book, Bloomberg reported, saying at a talk at Duke University, "I hope it's not suppressed."
Politics 2020-02-17T22:54:51Z

Stacey Abrams says 'of course' she'd accept a VP nomination during appearance on 'The View'

"It would be doing a disservice to every woman of color ... for me to say no or to pretend, 'Oh, no, I don't want it,'" Abrams said on "The View."
Politics 2020-02-17T16:26:55Z

The Andrew Sabisky eugenics scandal is the latest in Boris Johnson's history of racism, sexism, and homophobia

Johnson is under pressure to sack a Downing Street employee who said black people on average have lower IQs than white people.
Politics 2020-02-17T15:58:00Z

Michael Bloomberg hit back after Bernie Sanders said he wouldn't energize voters enough to beat Donald Trump

The billionaire and former New York City mayor tweeted a video about so-called "Bernie Bros" attacking Sanders' Democratic rivals.
Military & Defense 2020-02-17T14:58:02Z

The man suspected of killing an anti-Putin blogger in France fled to Moscow afterwards, and is linked to one of Putin's closest allies, police say

Imran Aliev was found stabbed in a hotel in Lille, France. A police source told Insider that his suspected killer flew to Moscow via Germany.
Politics 2020-02-17T10:53:19Z

Trump's campaign chief posted a stirring photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 — but deleted it after realizing it was from George W. Bush's trip in 2004

President Donald Trump "won the #Daytona500 before the race even started," Brad Parscale tweeted alongside a photo of the Bush presidency from 2004.
Politics 2020-02-17T10:00:24Z

Britain and the EU are going to 'rip each other apart' in Brexit trade talks, a French minister said

Emmanuel Macron's foreign minister predicted that post-Brexit trade talks with Britain would turn nasty.
Politics 2020-02-17T06:49:36Z

Trump reportedly urged the CIA to hunt and kill Osama bin Laden's son instead of more pressing terrorist threats

Intelligence officials would reportedly give President Donald Trump lists of top terror targets, but Hamza bin Laden's name was the only one he knew.
Politics 2020-02-17T05:56:29Z

Trump attended the wedding of Stephen Miller, the staunchest immigration hardliner in the White House

Stephen Miller is one of the White House's most conservative and influential voices in pushing moves that Trump has taken to curb immigration.
Politics 2020-02-17T00:08:33Z

Topless dairy industry protesters crashed the stage at a Bernie Sanders rally

One protester grabbed a microphone to say she was Sanders' "biggest supporter" but pleaded that he "stop pumping up the dairy industry."
Politics 2020-02-16T20:50:00Z

A senior adviser for Pete Buttigieg was accused of running a fake Nigerian supporter account, but the man who created it says it's a big misunderstanding

Twitter users noted that the account tweeted "Team Pete. Hey. It's Lis," in January, raising suspicion that the tweet could have been an accident.
Military & Defense 2020-02-16T18:26:00Z

ISIS is bigger now than when it first formed, and Trump's conflict with Iran could give it a boost

Trump's conflict with Iran has taken attention away from ISIS while the terror organization shows strong signs of resilience.
Politics 2020-02-16T16:09:50Z

Pete Buttigieg said he's 'not going to take lectures on family values from the likes of Rush Limbaugh,' after the conservative personality made comments about his sexuality

The controversial radio host sparked bipartisan backlash for mocking the Democratic candidate's appearances alongside his husband.
Politics 2020-02-16T15:18:39Z

Hillary Clinton 'wants back in' as Bloomberg campaign tries to quiet speculation she could be his VP pick

While Clinton said her entering the 2020 race as a VP was unlikely she said "never say never." The Bloomberg campaign didn't deny the report, either.
Politics 2020-02-16T13:13:00Z

Young adults support Bernie Sanders because they want to benefit from 'boomer socialism' that older Americans already enjoy

Young adults and other newcomers to the American economy are pushing to widen the reach of government benefits to include them as well.
Politics 2020-02-16T09:03:00Z

'You can't just put on a nice suit, be suave and think that's a route into Downing Street': Rebecca Long-Bailey warns Labour not to pick 'establishment' leader like Keir Starmer

The Labour Party will lose the next election if it picks an "establishment" leader like Keir Starmer, his closest rival tells Business Insider.
Politics 2020-02-16T03:53:26Z

Biden says he'd 'disown' anyone who made online attacks like Bernie Sanders' supporters

Biden said Sanders must "find out who the hell they are, if any of them work for [him]," and fire them if need be.
Politics 2020-02-15T23:43:00Z

Michael Bloomberg's employees created a book purportedly full of his offensive quotes. Here it is.

A book of risqué and off-color sexist remarks purportedly by Michael Bloomberg haunts his presidential campaign. Insider is publishing a copy of it.
Military & Defense 2020-02-15T22:27:29Z

One striking image shows the Marine Corps generals who will have left the Trump administration, after the president praised their service

President Donald Trump previously boasted that his administration was stacked with notable military generals.
Politics 2020-02-15T18:04:00Z

Tokyo Olympics organizers says there is no 'Plan B' for 2020 summer games amid coronavirus fears

The Olympic games are still set to begin on July 24. Several qualifying events have already been cancelled or moved because of the virus.
Politics 2020-02-15T17:31:00Z

Former employee says he heard Bloomberg ask a female co-worker if she was going to 'kill it' after announcing her pregnancy

"Mike came out and I remember he said, 'Are you going to kill it?' And that stopped everything. And I couldn't believe it," the former employee said.
Politics 2020-02-15T13:01:00Z

'There are massive risks': One of the world's top engineers explains why Boris Johnson's planned bridge from Scotland to Northern Ireland could be a disaster waiting to happen

Boris Johnson's bridge across the Irish Sea would risk catastrophic collisions and could dislodge a million tonnes of unexploded bombs.
Politics 2020-02-15T12:52:00Z

The authors of 'A Very Stable Genius' discuss Trump's rage, ignorance, and the unprecedented dysfunction of his White House

Insider spoke with Phillip Rucker and Carol Leonnig, authors of "A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump and the Testing of America."
Politics 2020-02-15T08:48:40Z

Federal prosecutors are reportedly still probing Giuliani's activities in Ukraine even after the impeachment trial ended in acquittal for Trump

Giuliani was a central figure to impeachment proceedings against Trump, which ended in the president's acquittal earlier this month.
News 2020-02-15T08:05:36Z

Border agents are being deployed to 'sanctuary cities' as the Trump administration escalates its immigration policies

One hundred border patrol agents, including some from an elite tactical team are being sent to 10 sanctuary cities to help local immigration officer.
Culture 2020-02-14T23:13:25Z

Memes parodying Mike Bloomberg's paid Instagram meme campaign are flooding the internet

It can be difficult to distinguish between the real sponsored Bloomberg posts and the fakers – but that may have been the campaign's intention.
Military & Defense 2020-02-14T21:57:56Z

A major US ally in the Pacific wants to scrap an important military deal with the US, and that may give China an edge

The Philippines wants to end the Visiting Forces Agreement it has with the US. A similar move in the '90s gave Beijing an edge in the South China Sea.
Politics 2020-02-14T19:56:00Z

If everyone except for Bernie and Buttigieg dropped out of the 2020 Democratic race, Bernie would mop the floor

In a Bernie Sanders vs. Pete Buttigieg head-to-head match for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, Bernie would win.
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