Sessions Pays Dearly for Rift With Trump, Losing Senate Primary Runoff to Tuberville
Jeff Sessions leaves after voting in the Alabama Republican primary runoff for the U.S. Senate at the Volunteers of America Southeast Chapter in Mobile on Tuesday. (Photo by Michael DeMocker/Getty Images)
Trump cast a long shadow over the Alabama Senate race, backing Tuberville, a political newcomer, after turning decisively against Sessions, his former attorney general. The Trump-Sessions relationship soured over the AG's recusal in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. [Full Story]
Missouri Gov: Couple Had 'Right' to Defend Home With Guns
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said he has always defended the Second Amendment and that Patricia and Mark McCloskey, who defended their homes when Black Lives Matter protesters walked by their house last month....... [Full Story]
NY Times Columnist Resigns, Says She Was Called 'Nazi'
New York Times opinion columnist and editor Bari Weiss resigned [Full Story]
Justice Ginsburg in Hospital After Possible Infection
"The Justice is resting comfortably and will stay in the hospital for [Full Story]
Urgent Pill Warning: Memory Loss Linked to This Common Prescription
SPONSOR: Check the medicine cabinet for this common pill now [Full Story]
Ronny Jackson, Trump's Former Physician, Wins GOP Nomination for Texas Congressional Seat
Ronny Jackson, President Donald Trump's former White House physician, [Full Story]
Persecution of Christians at All-Time High
Whether it's a quest for power or control over land that is used as [Full Story] |
Kansas GOP Rep. Watkins Charged for Illegal Voting
A freshman Kansas congressman who had listed a UPS Inc. postal box as [Full Story]
Plastic Surgeon Reveals 1 Method to Snap Back Aging Skin
SPONSOR: Doing this daily can snap back saggy skin - no creams needed [Full Story]
Retro Ford Bronco Reservations Sell Out Quickly
Ford sold out all of its $100 reservations for one of its seven [Full Story]
Sen. Thom Tillis to Newsmax TV: Convention Won't Impact Race
Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., does not think moving the Republican [Full Story] | |
How 2% of Businesses Closing Affects Your Money
SPONSOR: New financial technology to change everything [Full Story]
CNN's Tapper Slams NY Gov: Stop 'Crowing' Amid COVID Failures
"Yes, this has been a major challenge for every leader, but New [Full Story] |
Conservative Black Leaders Denounce Proposed Removal of Emancipation Statue
Conservative Black leaders on Tuesday rallied around the Emancipation [Full Story]
Gideon Wins Maine Primary; GOP Sen. Collins Awaits
In a race that is critical to the battle for control of the Senate, [Full Story]
Trump-Backed Tuberville Tops Ex-AG Sessions in Runoff
Former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions lost the Republican [Full Story]
Banks Set Aside Billions for More Coronavirus Defaults
Bank customers ranging from credit card holders to homeowners to oil [Full Story]
'Riot' Declared as Portland Protests Rage for 46 Days
Daily riots and protests have entered a seventh consecutive week in [Full Story]
Jimmy Fallon, 'Tonight' Show Return to Studio
The NBC late-night host returned to NBC's Rockefeller Center [Full Story]
GAO: Administration Underestimates Carbon Pollution Costs
A new report issued by the Government Accountability Office found [Full Story]
Fired VA Staffer Admits to Murdering 7 Patients with Insulin
A former staffer at a veterans hospital in West Virginia pleaded [Full Story]
McConnell Rejects Dems' 'Voter-Suppression Nonsense'
There is little proof racial minorities are being denied the right to [Full Story]
UK Warns Against Mongolia Travel Amid Bubonic Plague
After a 15-year-old boy died from the bubonic plague, the United [Full Story]
Bill Gross: IBM, Altria to Fare Better Than Apple, Amazon
Billionaire investor Bill Gross is predicting that value stocks like IBM and Altria Group are likely to fare better than growth stocks like Apple or in the near term, due to a correlation with real interest rates. [Full Story]
COVID-19 Shot Derived From Tobacco-Like Plant Tested in Humans
Medicago Inc. has been using plants to develop potential vaccines for more than two decades. A new partnership with GlaxoSmithKline Plc. putting its unproven technology to the test against the novel coronavirus is pushing the Canadian biotech into the limelight. The Quebec... [Full Story]
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