Philadelphia — Welcome to the city of brotherly love; the land of the free and the home of the swag. Here’s all the junk journalists get upon checking in to the convention.
Magikarp may be one of the weakest monsters in Pokémon Go, but he still managed to briefly control one of the most sought-after gyms in the entire country: the White House. It’s amazing.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced on Monday that it was investigating the hack of the Democratic National Committee’s email servers. The Clinton campaign has hinted at a supposed connection between the hack and the so-called “bromance” between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. In a statement, the FBI said…
Toxic algae bloom Donald Trump appeared on Meet the Press on Sunday, where he took a break from an unbroken string of self-compliments to defend Roger Ailes, who recently “resigned” from Fox News in the midst of being investigated for sexual harassment. Trump called Ailes a “great guy” and hinted that maybe the fired…
This morning, ousted Democratic National Committee chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz spoke in front of collected party members before its convention in Philadelphia. Her speech... could have gone better.
The official launch of Pokémon Go in Russia has been delayed indefinitely, but Moscow City Hall promises to release an app by the end of August that’s kind of similar, but instead of stampeding after branded cockfighting critters, users can “catch” “historical figures” like Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Yury…
PHILADELPHIA — Welcome to Day One of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Hillary signs are sparse, the Bernie bros are in full bloom, and this Guy Fieri look-a-like is vaping up a storm.
In what would certainly be one of the unholier unions of our time, rumors have begun to emerge that Roger Ailes, the former chairman and CEO of Fox News, might go work for Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate. “A lot of people are thinking he’s going to run my campaign,” Trump told NBC’s Chuck Todd on…
The MTA will announce on Monday the official timeline for the long-awaited L train shutdown, the New York Times reports. The Canarsie tube—the tunnel running under the East River, connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn—will be shut for eighteen months, beginning in January 2019.
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RNC Chairman Reince Priebus took a bold stand in favor of free speech on Sunday, specifically, Donald Trump’s freedom to speak about your father and his possible connection to the murder of John F. Kennedy, The Washington Examiner reports.
An explosion rocked the city of Ansbach in the German state of Bavaria early Monday morning, killing the suspected bomber and injuring 12 others, the BBC reports.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus probably feels pretty good about himself right now. We can’t say for sure, of course, because like any other relatively well-adjusted adult, Reince Priebus understands that it’s unseemly to revel in someone else’s misery. Donald Trump, however, does not have that problem.
If the Democratic party needs two things right now: to up their email game—seriously, how are there zero results for “harambe”—and better cybersecurity. Now you, dear reader, have the opportunity to guard the secrets of our potential next president by applying to be Hillary’s new Security Engineer!!
Michael Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York, will endorse Hillary Clinton for president at the Democratic National Convention, according to a spokesperson, the Associated Press reports. Bloomberg was elected mayor as a Republican.
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