MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s ratings have plummeted since her special episode Tuesday night when she said she was going to release President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
The expansion of internet access across the Middle East and North Africa will broaden communication channels among marginalized social and political groups, including critics of the Islamic faith, spurring what is likely to be the next culture war across the Muslim world, according to a new report.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.) paid Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer $90,000 for crisis control following a Veteran Affairs facility scandal that engulfed the senator and her staff.
A Las Vegas man and his girlfriend are alive after a harrowing ordeal involving a home invasion, duct tape, and gunshots.
“The restoration of Hebrew,” writes Lewis Glinert, professor of Hebrew studies at Dartmouth College, “was an act without precedent in linguistic and sociopolitical history.” And as his valuable new book, The Story of Hebrew, demonstrates, it was a conscious decision by Jews who decided that if they were going to make it out of the Diaspora, their language was going to make it, too. So successful were the “guardians of Hebrew’s textual memory,” that when the time came to restore Hebrew as a spoken tongue after two millennia, they did so, in Glinert’s words, “almost overnight.”
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton’s resume keeps expanding. The current vice chair of the Clinton Foundation and former occasional news reporter has joined the travel company Expedia’s board, according to Yahoo News.
Hillary Clinton took to Twitter on Friday to take an indirect jab at President Donald Trump.
Labor groups have enjoyed greater success in organizing campaigns since the Obama administration implemented controversial union election rules that shortened election timelines.