Washington (CNN)It's no longer all in the family. Republican Rep. Paul Gosar is slamming his Democrat opponent in his Arizona reelection race for capitalizing on "family political differences" after his opponent launched a TV campaign ad that featured six of the incumbent's siblings urging people not to vote for him.

Washington (CNN)The Trump administration on Saturday revealed its plan to make it harder for immigrants to come to or stay in the United States if they or their family may use certain public benefits.

Washington (CNN)A former Trump official corrected a claim she made to federal investigators about what she knew during the presidential transition about Russia sanctions after former national security adviser Michael Flynn's guilty plea in the Russia investigation contradicted her account, according to a person familiar with the matter.

A new article from The Daily Beast reports that NBC News chairman Andy Lack ignored multiple allegations of sexual harassment throughout his career.

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford has agreed to "provide her first-hand knowledge of Brett Kavanaugh's sexual misconduct next week," according to a letter sent by her lawyers to Senate Judiciary Committee staff. Ford has accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexually assaulting her at a high school party 36 years ago.

Lawyers have taken over the country. Has anyone noticed?

The allocation of power in America – consequential unelected power, as distinguishable from elected power – undergoes subtle, periodic shifts. As events change our lives, different factions rise to exploit them.

Saturday, 22 September 2018 17:02

Power Hair Still Rules on Wall Street

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“If you wanna be taken seriously, you need serious hair.”

So speaketh Tess McGill, the inimitable heroine of Mike Nichols’ Working Girl. The character, played by Melanie Griffith, utters this line right before taking a pair of scissors to her long, crimped ringlets.

Saturday, 22 September 2018 17:02

Nikki Haley is Taking the Tea Party Global

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BAMBERG, South Carolina—Nikki Haley, an accomplished opportunist in the risky world of President Donald Trump’s cabinet, was born in 1972 here in the “black belt” of rural South Carolina.

It’s an agricultural region where most people have African-American backgrounds and, as Haley wrote in her 2012 memoir, “The railroad tracks divided Bamberg.