Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each won primaries in Washington state on Tuesday. Trump won 27 Republican delegates, with 17 still to be allocated, the Associated Press reports. Clinton won no delegates, because Washington Democrats already awarded them based on party caucuses in March.
The scene outside a Trump rally in Albuquerque descended into chaos Tuesday night, with reports of protesters throwing bottles and rocks at police and officers firing smoke bombs to disperse the crowd.
Between 2009 and 2014, the federal Bureau of Prisons accidentally kept 152 prisoners behind bars past their scheduled release dates due to staff errors, including three inmates who served an additional year or more of prison time, according to a new report by the Justice Department watchdog.
On Tuesday, the police chief of Oregon’s largest city was placed on paid leave after allegedly misleading an investigator about a hunting accident last month.
For the most part, Angelenos seem to be greeting the extension of the Expo Line, which takes passengers from downtown Los Angeles to the beach at Santa Monica, with appreciation and praise. This afternoon, one dissenting view—which, in fact, announced itself to be an “unpopular opinion”—was available to read on…
Vice laid off around 15 staffers today in a “reorganization” of their video news division, The Politico first reported this afternoon. As part of the shuffling, ex-Bloomberg bigwig Josh Tyrangiel has been promoted to a position in which he will oversee the entirety of Vice’s video news operation, from its HBO…
Federal prosecutors will also seek the death penalty against alleged Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, the Attorney General’s office announced today.
In 2006, Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth spread the idea of human-caused climate change far and wide in what is now considered a watershed moment for the science. But today, on the ten-year anniversary of the film’s release, we’ve made little progress toward addressing the grave planetary concerns Gore raised. In…
Last week’s episode of Game of Thrones will be remembered as one that rewarded emotional investment in a show that, in recent seasons, has given its viewers plenty of reasons to check out. The series became famous for suddenly killing off major characters in the least merciful ways imaginable, but the newest episode…
Donald Trump, ever consistent, offered a wildly inconsistent response to the transgender bathroom debate Monday, managing to pander to just about every mindset with his 30-second response.
John Harvey Kellogg was arguably the most famous physician of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He introduced the concept of eating clean foods, exercise, and other healthful innovations. He was also the guy who invented cornflakes. And, in my opinion, he was a very bad man. The worst kind of bad, in fact: the…
A Pennsylvania judge has ruled that Bill Cosby must stand trial in the felony indecent assault case related to allegations he sexually assaulted a woman after drugging her in 2004. Altogether, 58 women have accused Cosby of sexual assault.
“I stared at the man on the other side of the glass doors. Along with the rest of the world, I had now seen his penis.” After the wonderful Weiner, the first hire on Anthony’s failed 2013 NYC mayoral campaign gives her own, mostly bleak account of what it was like to work for Carlos Danger.
Pretrial hearings in the criminal assault case against Bill Cosby began this morning in Pennsylvania, where a judge will decide whether the case will continue to trial. But let us not forget that Cosby—who has been accused of similar crimes by almost 60 women—gave a deposition in the case in 2005 admitting to giving…
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