Anyone surprised by President Trump’s tweeted attack on Mika Brzezinski early Thursday must have missed the 2016 presidential campaign.
Sit-ins, marches and rallies as activists around the country fight Republican health care bill
Disability rights activists have now spent two nights in Sen. Cory Gardner’s Denver office, where they are holding a sit-in to protest the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which would cut $772 million from Medicaid by 2026. The members of the Colorado branch of the national disability-rights organization ADAPT arrived Tuesday and have been camping out on inflatable pool toys. “Cory Gardner, we will check out as soon as you commit a No vote,” they said online.
Charges dropped against 2 youths in Tennessee wildfires
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Prosecutors have dropped arson charges against two juveniles in connection with the Tennessee wildfires that killed 14 people and tore through thousands of homes and businesses in November, a law enforcement official said Friday.
Islamic State Revenues Down 80 Percent from 2015
A new report says the caliphate’s days are numbered.
Ex-boss of Venezuela president mourns son killed in unrest
Among many people mourning the death of a child in street protests against Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro is his former boss, from back when the president was a bus driver. The mourner is David Vallenilla, whose son David died last Thursday when he was hit with buck shot fired by a soldier at point blank range. Vallenilla says he has been told Maduro the president will call him.
Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray hoping tennis can bring some joy to British summer of tragedy
After a period in which the news agenda has all too often been dominated by terrorist atrocities or by the horrors of the Grenfell Tower fire, Andy Murray has the chance to bring a little joy into the British summer over the next fortnight. “I’m hoping that I can play some good t