On Tuesday, New Mexico voters could guarantee that at least one candidate who supports abolishing U.S.
President Donald Trump speaks at a "Celebration of America" event at the White House that replaced an event with the NFL Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles and returned to one of his favorite topics: the national anthem. (Sarah Silbiger/CQ Roll Call)
President Donald Trump on Tuesday brought his feud with the NFL and some of its players over national anthem protests to his backdoor literally.
If Hillary were president today, which would make Bill Clinton First Gentleman, no one in the media would be asking him about any of this. No.
The first Muslim elected to Congress is poised to leave it, after filing to run for attorney general in Minnesota.
Keith Ellison is also vice-chairman of the Democratic National Committee, a post he will probably have to leave.
Miss America contestants will no longer compete in swimsuit and evening-gown competitions, chairwoman Gretchen Carlson announced Tuesday. On Good Morning America, Carlson, the 1989 Miss America and former Fox News host, said the pageant won't judge competitors on their physical appearance at all.
June 5, 2018 - Increasing numbers of search firms and employers are using social media and Internet searches to screen candidates before hiring, according to a recent poll.
While drug testing and credit checks used to be the biggest factors that could disqualify an otherwise great candidate, formal social media evaluations are now being added to the list, according to the 2018 MRINetwork 'Reputation Management Study.
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Kim Dotcom has invited Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and members of Europe's largest association of hackers to create a secure social media platform to replace "deep state conspirators" Twitter and Facebook.
On Monday the internet entrepreneur put the concept to the WikiLeaks founder and famous whistleblower on Twitter, writing: After years of betrayal it's time for something better.