Newly released emails reveal the machinations of former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Richard Cordray to appoint his own successor.
The State of the Union response is never easy. Staging in front of a live audience certainly helps. But when your messenger is Joe Kennedy III, a backbencher only in Congress by virtue of his last name—what the Democrats would call “white privilege”—you might not get the result you’re going for.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $300,000 performing “in-home semen testing,” which will pay men $20 for their samples as part of a study hoping to fight infertility.
Journalists at the Los Angeles Times must be kicking themselves. “What could have been?”
FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe is set to receive a nearly $2 million pension, according to a Washington Free Beacon analysis.
The Department of Commerce is forecasting an increase in tourism to the United States this year, reversing a trend the media has falsely dubbed the “Trump Slump.”
“Now back to the question we’ve been asking.”
After getting everything so spectacularly wrong in 2016, it’s refreshing to see the media humble themselves, not buy too much into early polling, and take a subdued approach to the next presidential contest in 2020.
The United States is seeing a decline in tourism, though media outlets blaming President Donald Trump are ignoring that the drop preceded his presidency.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $150,000 on a study that aims to fight fat shaming.