Late in the evening, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wrote, “Tough day for us at Twitter. We all feel terrible this happened. We’re diagnosing and will share everything we can when we have a more complete understanding of exactly what happened.” Product chief Kayvon Beykpour also released a public statement on his personal account, writing, “Our […]
“Sometimes I feel like it’s a process of trying to other you. When the other person feels like you’re not quite American, they try to make you American by anglicizing your name,” Guillén said. “When you have someone like President Trump trying to mispronounce a U.S. Senator’s name, it’s a process of othering. It’s like […]
THE FACTS: It’s false to say the U.S. never collected a dime in tariffs on Chinese goods before he took action. They are simply higher in some cases than they were before. It’s also wrong to suggest that the tariffs are being paid by China. Tariff money coming into the treasury is mainly from U.S. […]
Biden spent decades riding Amtrak on commutes between Washington and Delaware. The train station in Wilmington now bears his name. He once took President Barack Obama to a well-known Wilmington diner, the Charcoal Pit, and Biden hit Gianni’s Pizza after announcing his latest presidential run last year. On the city’s east side is a pool […]
California Rep. Karen Bass, the chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus, emerged as a dark horse contender during Biden’s vetting process. If Biden and Harris are elected, the California’s governor, Gavin Newsom, would appoint a new senator. Bass could be considered — though the factional nature of California Democratic politics and the reality that a […]
“I’d love to say that it was all about content and substance and the guys with the good ideas were going to rise to the top, and the candidates with poorer ideas are going to end up at the bottom,” said Caroline Keating, a professor of psychology at Colgate University in New York. But, she […]
‘Originally I wanted to have a dinner and surprise them with these flowers, but please of the pandemic, that’s not possible. I’m delivering it on their doorsteps with gloves, standing at least two metres away, if not more.’
“Imposition of any sanctions or restrictions on Iran by the Security Council will be met severely by Iran and our options are not limited. And the United States and any entity which may assist it or acquiesce in its illegal behavior will bear the full responsibility,” he said in a statement.
And when LiveScience queried all the candidates on three hot-button issues, only Edwards, Bill Richardson and Mike Gravel responded directly. Clinton has the most detailed statement of all the candidates on science policy, which includes her plan for a $50 billion research fund for green energy funded by federal taxes and royalties on oil companies. […]
“The meaning of ‘natural born Citizen’, and the relation of that Article II textual requirement to the 14th Amendment’s Citizenship Clause, are issues of legal interpretation about which scholars and commentators can, and will, robustly disagree,” the editors, Nancy Cooper and Josh Hammer, wrote.