Zero. Zilch. Nada.
Zero. Zilch. Nada.
AFSCME vs. the United Negro College Fund. “We believe that AFSCME is doing what is right for its members.”
Started by top Obama campaign vets, 270 Strategies’ new training program has drawn skepticism from Democrats and progressives on the campaign trail.
“I counted about 660 times he gasped,” a reporter who witnessed the execution of Joseph Wood had said. AG’s office tells BuzzFeed it’s “[j]ust reporters and defense attorneys” saying there was gasping.
Although the judge issued a temporary stay, he ruled that a more lengthy stay to stop marriages from starting in the coming days would have to come from a higher court. [Update: Colorado Attorney General files notice he is appealing the ruling.]
A changed religious exemption.
An increasingly politicized flight ban.
“The best way he can fight for the middle class is to have a Democratic House of Representatives,” said Rep. Steve Israel.
“You deserved so much more from our City.”
HBO’s John Oliver makes an excellent observation.
The movement associated with Turkey’s Fethullah Gülen is making inroads in U.S. politics.
(It’s about roads and bridges.)
“We are enslaving and entrapping potentially hundreds of thousands of individuals in a lifestyle that frankly they are not.”
The Department of Labor has told coal miners that a Johns Hopkins doctor might have wrongly ruled out that they have the disease, effectively denying them benefits. The government is responding to a series of investigative stories published last year by the Center for Public Integrity in partnership with ABC News.
UPDATE: Joseph Wood has been “gasping and snorting” for over an hour into his execution, according to a court filing by his lawyers. The lawyers have filed a motion for a stay of execution, saying his execution is violating the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
The next episode.
The user behind the changes has targeted Israel-related pages before. h/t Meir Javedanfar
“Now I don’t assert where he was born,” Steve King says.
ABC has been on a roll of late as Diane Sawyer’s long hand-off to David Muir continues.
A three-judge 4th Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled Affordable Care Act subsidies are allowed in the 36 states that didn’t build exchanges. The ruling sets up a conflict with a decision earlier Tuesday from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
“Staff has now informed me of what a Kardashian is. I’m only left with more questions.”
George H.W. Bush is obsessed with socks. He is even currently judging his own sock competition, run through his foundation. So what makes a good sock?
A three-judge D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled Affordable Care Act subsidies are illegal in the 36 states that didn’t build exchanges. Administration will seek a full review.
Dan Janssen has been eating almost nothing but pizza for 25 years, despite having diabetes. He’s also a vegetarian, but hates vegetables.
“It’s a nice bookend to a very long four years,” Macy says of executive order-signing ceremony.
MSNBC contributor Rula Jebreal criticizes the network and Andrea Mitchell by name.