Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Thursday expressed strong support for restarting the torture interrogation program he helped launch in the wake of 9/11. In an appearance on Fox Business to discuss Gina Haspel’s confirmation hearing to become CIA director, Cheney said he “wholeheartedly” supports the so-called enhanced interrogation program, which includes torture techniques such as waterboarding, despite … More Dick Cheney Suggests Restarting Torture Interrogation Program
Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor who has become one of President Donald Trump’s personal attorneys, abruptly resigned from his law firm following a string of unhinged media appearances. Giuliani and the firm, Greenberg Traurig, released a joint statement on Thursday saying that the resignation was effective a day earlier. Giuliani took a leave of absence … More Rudy Giuliani Quits Law Firm After Wild Week Of Interviews
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission said in a notice on Thursday that landmark 2015 U.S. open-internet rules will cease on June 11, and new rules handing providers power over what content consumers can access will take effect. The FCC in December repealed the Obama-era “net neutrality” rules, allowing internet providers to block or … More Net Neutrality Rules Will End In June, FCC Says
Running for political office is not out of the question for Cecile Richards. “Never say never, right?” the former Planned Parenthood president recently told Refinery29. Richards, 60, served as the women’s health organization’s president since 2006 and announced she was stepping down in January. The lifelong feminist activist and organizer published her first book in April, … More Cecile Richards On Running For Office In The Future: 'Never Say Never'
On March 25, in the year of our Lord 2018, 22 million people turned on their TVs to watch adult film star and director Stormy Daniels tell renowned journalist Anderson Cooper about the time she had sex with the president. Also on March 25, three people got incredibly mad. In her “60 Minutes” interview, Daniels alleged … More Here Are All 3 FCC Complaints About The '60 Minutes' Interview With Stormy Daniels
Vice President Mike Pence wants special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the probe into possible connections between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia, to “wrap it up.” On Thursday morning, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell interviewed Pence and asked about Mueller. She first pressed Pence on whether Mueller could be trusted. Pence didn’t answer that question or her … More Mike Pence To Robert Mueller On Russia Probe: 'Wrap It Up'
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place on June 12 in Singapore. The revelation follows Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s second visit to Pyongyang to meet with North Korean officials. Trump said Wednesday that a date and site had been set, but declined to … More Trump Announces Details Of Meeting With Kim Jong Un
WASHINGTON ― It’s difficult to read the abuse accusations against Eric Schneiderman without thinking of the job he held: The people’s attorney. The man responsible for championing the most vulnerable New Yorkers is the same man now accused of calling a woman of color his “brown slave,” telling her she should get breast implants, choking her until she … More The Women Are Coming For Eric Schneiderman's Job
WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump warmly received three Americans back from North Korean imprisonment early Thursday, calling their release a vindication of his aggressive foreign policy strategy. But many Americans jailed by other repressive regimes around the world appear to have gained little from Trump’s ad-hoc and often confrontational international approach, their advocates say, and … More 3 Americans Jailed In N. Korea Are Home. But Trump May Have Made Others' Situation Worse.
Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City and part of President Donald Trump’s legal team, is coming under fire… from himself. Comments he made in 1998 during the investigation into President Bill Clinton seem to undermine the arguments he’s making today for Trump. On Sunday, Giuliani said the president doesn’t have to testify even if subpoenaed … More Watch 1998 Rudy Giuliani Completely Torpedo 2018 Rudy Giuliani's Trump Arguments