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Chicago cops will be reprimanded for kneeling next to activist

Chicago cops will be reprimanded for kneeling next to activist
Chicago cops will be reprimanded for kneeling next to activist Two police officers who kneeled alongside a Chicago activist in a viral social media photo will be reprimanded for making a political statement while in uniform, the department spokesperson said. Activist Aleta Clark posted the Instagram photo on Sunday showing her kneeling next to two police officers with their fists... Read More

Pat Tillman’s widow: don't 'politicize' my husband's death

Pat Tillman’s widow: don't 'politicize' my husband's death
Pat Tillman’s widow: don’t ‘politicize’ my husband’s death Don’t exploit my husband’s death for your own political gain. That was the message Marie Tillman, the widow of former Cardinals safety and Army veteran Pat Tillman, had for Donald Trump and others who have politicized her late husband’s death in the wake of dozens of players protesting during the national anthem... Read More

Trump warns Puerto Rico is in ‘deep trouble’

Trump warns Puerto Rico is in ‘deep trouble’
Trump warns Puerto Rico is in ‘deep trouble’ President Donald Trump was slammed for highlighting Puerto Rico’s broken infrastructure, massive debt, and old electrical grid in his first tweets since the U.S. territory was devastated by Hurricane Maria last week. Trump, who spent the weekend railing against various sports leagues over athletes protesting the national anthem, was criticized for his... Read More

Bannon, Pence stump for Alabama Senate picks in dueling speeches

Bannon, Pence stump for Alabama Senate picks in dueling speeches
Bannon, Pence stump for Alabama Senate picks in dueling speeches President Trump’s ousted strategist, Stephen Bannon, and Vice President Pence campaigned for their respective Alabama senate picks in dueling speeches Monday night. The speeches — separated by minutes and about 250 miles — pitted Bannon against his former White House boss for trying to land Roy Moore a Senate position... Read More

President Trump reacted to “fake” Iran missile news: report

President Trump reacted to “fake” Iran missile news: report
President Trump reacted to “fake” Iran missile news: report President Trump’s angry Twitter outburst toward Iran were based off a missile test launch that never happened, according to reports. “Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel. They are also working with North Korea. Not much of an agreement we have!” the commander-in-chief posted last week. However, the... Read More