Progressives blast DNC for giving AOC just 60 seconds at convention but more time to Kasich, Bloomberg

Progressives blasted the Democratic National Committee for allotting only 60 seconds at next week's convention to "Squad" member Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., while giving larger platforms to former Republican Gov. John Kasich and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.Ocasio-Cortez has become an icon among the left since being sworn into Congress in 2018, but she is set to give a...

Liz Peek: George Floyd rioting – Biden doesn’t get it. It’s the safety, stupid

President Trump has promised to quell the violent attack on our country, and said: “Where there is no safety, there is no future.” He is correct.Never before in our country’s history have our elected officials – officials who have taken an oath to uphold our laws and pledged to keep us safe – stood aside and let rioters destroy our communities. It is unconscionable, it is reckless...

New Hampshire officials promise to ‘get it right’ with voter tabulations ahead of state primary

Officials in New Hampshire attempted to quell voters' fears ahead of the state primary on Tuesday, with Republican Gov. Chris Sununu promising to "get it right" with voter tabulations, as results from the Iowa caucuses remain incomplete three days later.Sununu told reporters at a news conference Thursday that "given the news and uncertainty" in Iowa, officials are seeking to assure voters that...

Alyssa Milano pulls out of Andrew Yang fundraiser amid sexual misconduct allegations against staffer

Alyssa Milano pulled out of an upcoming fundraiser in Los Angeles for Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on Tuesday over what she described as the campaign’s lack of urgency regarding sexual misconduct allegations against a Yang campaign staffer. Milano – an actress, activist and #MeToo advocate – said on Twitter on Tuesday that she “made the difficult decision” to...

Elizabeth Warren reveals she made $1.9 million from private legal work over 3 decades

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., received $1.9 million from private legal work during her time as a law professor stretching back three decades, according to a release by her campaign.The work, since 1986, included fees from large corporate clients, her campaign said in the release.Some of her clients included the attorneys for Rabobank, a Dutch financial institution that became a creditor in...