Politics

April 23, 2019 5:07AM PT Buckingham Palace has confirmed U.S. President Donald Trump will make an official state visit to the U.K. this summer. British Prime Minister Theresa May promised a state visit, with its accompanying pomp and pageantry, when meeting the President shortly after he took office in 2016. The British Royal family’s official
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WASHINGTON — Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass.), an Iraq veteran who has diverged from Democratic leadership in the House in recent years, announced Monday that he is running for president, saying that “decades of division and corruption have broken our democracy.” Moulton confirmed that he was running in an appearance on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” He
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Robert Mueller is now a best-selling author. Book publishers’ forthcoming editions of the special counsel’s report zoomed to the top of the Amazon’s and Barnes & Noble’s lists of book best-sellers Friday. That comes a day after the report was publicly released, culminating the nearly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election
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April 18, 2019 4:15PM PT Hudson Media’s CEO James Cohen announced Thursday that he will purchase the National Enquirer as well as American Media’s other tabloids, the Globe and the National Examiner. With the purchase of the National Enquirer, which Cohen reportedly bought for $100 million, he plans to strengthen their collaborative efforts, documentary shows,
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WASHINGTON — Attorney General William Barr, in a press conference in advance of the release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, said that the redactions will be limited. But speaking to reporters on Thursday, Barr also offered what amounted to a defense of President Trump’s conduct as Mueller’s investigation unfolded, in what Democrats and other
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April 16, 2019 5:50PM PT WASHINGTON — Tom Zigo is joining the MPAA as its new communications director. Zigo will report to Chris Ortman, the MPAA’s chief spokesperson and senior vice president of communications. Zigo previously worked for Precision Strategies, the firm that was co-founded by Stephanie Cutter, Jen O’Malley Dillon and Teddy Goff. He
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Katy Perry was among the honorees at the 10th Annual DVF Awards on Thursday night. The singer was recognized for her advocacy work with both UNICEF and the LGBTQ community. “Music has opened the doors for so many opportunities for me,” she said while accepting the inspiration award. “The ability to meet people and champion
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Julian Assange has been found guilty of failing to surrender to authorities in Britain. Following his arrest Thursday morning at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, the WikiLeaks founder appeared before Westminster Magistrates Court later in the day to answer the charge he was officially arrested for, dating from a 2012 warrant. Assange, who pleaded not
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Podcast company Cadence13 has launched a partnership with Paul Rieckhoff, the veterans advocate, author of “Chasing Ghosts,” founder of Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), and president and founder of Righteous Media. Rieckhoff, an Iraq War veteran and a political independent, is hosting the weekly podcast “Angry Americans” in partnership with Cadence13. The show,
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Andrew Wilkow one only had the seconds between playing one alt-rock single and the next to tease listeners with his political opinions. Now the former radio DJ has hours to fill with his takes on the issues of the day. Wilkow is one of the longest-serving opinion hosts on SiriusXM, the satellite-radio broadcaster. “We are
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