Kourtney Kardashian has something to say about the FDA, right after these messages

Coming up on Keeping Up With the Kardashians: Kourtney takes Capitol Hill. On Tuesday, the reality star participated in various Congressional briefings about outdated cosmetic regulations. One hearing was closed to the public (including the media), but nothing was off limits to Kardashian’s television crew. By…

Meek Mill released from prison after Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling

On Tuesday, Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court ruled that the lower court must immediately issue an order to release rapper Meek Mill, whose prison sentence sparked a national debate over the severity of his sentence. Mill was sentenced to serve two to four years in prison for…

Climate deniers and tobacco flacks headline the EPA’s new science standard announcement

On Tuesday afternoon, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt signed a proposed rule limiting the kinds of science that the agency can use in its rulemaking, a step that he described as bringing transparency and trust back to the agency’s scientific process. If the…

Trump publicly advises his cabinet nominee to refuse the job: ‘What does he need it for?’

During a joint news conference with French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday, President Trump advised his hand-picked choice to be secretary of veterans affairs, Ronny Jackson, to not take the job. Jackson’s confirmation process is currently on indefinite hold because the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee…

McConnell gives Trump the green light, says he won’t allow vote on bill to protect Mueller

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Tuesday that there was no way he would entertain legislation that would prevent President Donald Trump from firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Speaking with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto, McConnell said that such a measure is “not necessary” —…

Trump turns state visit into infomercial for his private club

On Tuesday afternoon, President Trump used a photo op with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to promote his private Mar-a-Lago club. Shortly after Abe arrived in Florida for his second visit to the property, Trump told reporters that “many of the world’s great leaders request…

Boulder becomes first landlocked city to sue companies over climate change

On Tuesday, the city of Boulder, Colorado — along with the nearby counties of Boulder and San Miguel — filed a lawsuit against two of the largest fossil fuel companies in the world over their role in perpetuating climate change. The lawsuit, which takes its…

Arizona teachers to vote on whether to strike this week

Arizona teachers will begin voting on whether to strike on Tuesday. The voting will go on for three days. Although Gov. Doug Ducey (R) announced a proposal to raise teacher pay by 20 percent by 2020, which state lawmakers will debate this week, teachers say…

Glenn Greenwald & Tucker Carlson Slam Neocon Warhawks

Tucker Carlson said Tuesday that many in the mainstream media want skeptics of potential military action in Syria to “shut up and obey.” One night earlier, Carlson blasted “talk-show generals” and hawkish lawmakers, like Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), for calling for immediate war on Syrian…

Diamond and Silk’s Facebook censorship hoax

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg came to Washington and testified, for the first time, in front of two Congressional committees. It provided a unique opportunity for senators and House members to ask the person controlling the world’s largest social network about critical…

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