“You crazy for this one. It’s your Uber!”
A new law signed Friday by Mayor Bill de Blasio reduces the city’s cooperation with request from ICE officials and bans them from facilities like Riker’s Island.
Putin smiled up a storm at the APEC summit in Beijing.
The president said Monday that the move would protect an open internet — by allowing the FCC to enforce more stringent regulations and protect net neutrality.
The on-screen description was quickly changed from “Obama” to “Bin Laden”. But by then it was too late.
It was a concert for the troops before Veterans Day. Hat tip to Ryan Cormier.
Bless her patriotic heart.
Luckily the missus had hers on hand.
After vowing to repeal post-9/11 war authority, Obama has now vastly expanded it by invoking it in the war against ISIS.
John Yoo: “Obama has adopted the same view of war powers as the Bush administration.”
The incident occurred when Barack Obama joined David Cameron on a visit to a primary school in Newport.
Prime Minister David Cameron made the claim after he and President Barack Obama wrote a joint op-ed saying they “will not be cowed” in the fight against ISIS.
BuzzFeed obtained Bill Nye’s emails with the White House through a FOIA request. There is a science poem.
“First things first I’m the realest.”
Let’s take a walk down Memory Lane!
Or do they look better this way? Your call.
The Labour opposition leader met the US president briefly on Monday afternoon. Intense pose, go for the kill, include a touch of blue steel.
The president addresses a crisis that has left more than 200 Palestinians dead.
The president said the “sanctions are significant but they are also targeted” and are designed to send a message to Russian leaders.
Spoiler: They actually respond.
Heel to the chief, amirite?
It’s been a rough week for the Fashion Police host.
“I don’t know how you are going to survive the mobs when you come back home man.”
“But as Iowans, we need to see that connection in action … We’d suggest sooner rather than later this time,” the second-largest paper in Iowa writes.
These people are in charge of everything.
Margaret Payne’s obituary tells of a pioneering university researcher and mentions in the last paragraph the famous relationship she kept proudly to herself.