Trump Slams “Little Ben Sasse” After Senator Criticized Him During Town Hall

The president said the senator from Nebraska appears to be heading down the "same inglorious path" as others who have been critical of his administration.
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Immigrants who are first-time voters know how much is at stake next week
They came from Guatemala and Iraq, Ethiopia and South Africa — and they want to restore the American Dream that drew them here.
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Utah Governor Says COVID Situation is 'Serious,' Could Overwhelm the System
"Utah is in a very serious situation. COVID-19 is the most devastating when hospitals are overwhelmed and unable to provide good care to everyone who needs it," Governor Gary Herbert tweeted.
Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini rips Girl Scouts: 'Supporting women' despite politics '= cancelled'
Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini took a swipe at the Girl Scouts organization for caving to the viral mob over its congratulatory tweet to Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
AOC hints at interest in seeking higher office in Vanity Fair interview
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., suggested she may have bigger ambitions when it comes to her political career during an interview with Vanity Fair, discussing the possibility of extending her career outside the U.S. House of Representatives.
Le Creuset, Staub and more up to 70% off for Sur La Table Cookware Event
Sur La Table is bringing some exciting deals for its latest Cookware Event. You’ll enjoy discounts of up to 70% off a variety of top kitchen brands like Le Creuset, Staub and Cristel. Whether you’re looking for pots, pans, steamers or cocottes, you’re sure to find some quality cooking items. You can enjoy this classic...
A harsh new anti-Trump ad flips the script on his biggest issue
Joe Biden's campaign rips Trump's disgraceful legacy of family separations.
Mindy Kaling to Star in ‘Good in Bed’ HBO Max Adaptation
Kaling will play the lead of Jennifer Weiner's 2001 hit novel.
Deputized federal agents can now wear body cameras, with major exceptions
A sweeping and at times contentious policy barring the use of body cameras by police officers assigned to hundreds of federal investigative task forces around the nation has been largely reversed, the Justice Department said Thursday.
Virginia Military Institute removing Stonewall Jackson statue from campus
Virginia Military Institute is removing the statue of Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson from its campus and established diversity initiatives amid mounting allegations of racism at the public college.
The ‘70s Horror Collection on Criterion Channel Proves They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To (Or Before Then, Either)
Recent remakes of Rabid and Black Christmas illustrate what's been lost.
Opinion: Jack Nicklaus' support of Donald Trump disappointing but not surprising
Jack Nicklaus full-throated Twitter endorsement of Donald Trump on Wednesday a reminder of how golf used to be, not where it is trying to go.
Jerry Falwell Jr. sues Liberty, saying school damaged his reputation over sex scandal
Jerry Falwell Jr. has sued Liberty University, alleging the Christian school dragged his name through the mud after he resigned as president amid a salacious sex scandal. The lawsuit, filed in Lynchburg Circuit Court in Virginia on Wednesday, claims university officials accepted a former Miami pool boy’s “baseless accusations” that he had an extramarital affair...
Seton Hall’s emerging star is ready to step up with Myles Powell gone
Contrary to reports, Seton Hall’s best player from the end of last season is not gone. He’s not preparing for the NBA Draft. No, Myles Powell did not gain an extra year of eligibility. The player? Sandro Mamukelashvili. And the do-it-all 6-foot-11 senior forward is ready to build off his strong finish and emerge as...
Why the Supreme Court let some states count mail-in ballots received after Election Day but not others
In North Carolina, ballots can arrive up to nine days after Election Day; in Pennsylvania, ballots can arrive up to three days late -- for now; and in Wisconsin, the court said ballots must be in by election night.
Viral video shows Philly cops smash SUV windows, pull driver out
Viral video from a night of raucous protests in Philadelphia shows baton-wielding cops smashing a car’s windows, yanking the driver out and removing a kid from the backseat. The edited 37-second clip posted to Twitter — recorded just before 2 a.m. Tuesday, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer — begins with at least a dozen people running...
14 Years After Meeting on 'My Super Sweet 16' Parody, Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson Are Married
Jost said Johansson has "a grace and a smile that I've still never seen in any other human" in his memoir "A Very Punchable Face."
Early in-person voting underway in Oklahoma
Early in-person voting is underway across Oklahoma for an election that has already seen record turnout throughout the U.S. Polls opened Thursday at county election board offices in all 77 counties. (Oct. 29)
Researchers find ogre-faced spiders can hear
After rampaging locusts and murder hornets, 2020 couldn't get any stranger—that's until researchers put electrodes inside ogre-faced spiders and found out they can hear.
Woman in labor makes her husband stop at elections office so she can vote first: reports
There are civic duties and there are motherly responsibilities – and one pregnant Florida woman fulfilled both Tuesday as she stopped to vote on her way to the hospital to give birth, according to local reports.
Celebrating Halloween amid coronavirus? Consider these safety tips
While Halloween may look different amid coronavirus, there are still many ways to safely enjoy the holiday, health experts say.
Coronavirus mutation spread across Europe: report
Researchers studying the coronavirus and its genetic mutations revealed in a study a genetic mutation that originated in farmworkers in Spain may have contributed to the second wave in Europe, a report said. The Financial Times reported scientists are working to determine what role, if any, variant 20A.EU1 could play in disease’s transmission or lethality....
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost marry in 'intimate ceremony'
This is the actress' third marriage and the comedian's first.
Mississippi State's Mike Leach appears to confirm Kylin Hill draft rumors: 'We wish him the best'
Mississippi State coach Mike Leach appeared to confirm reports that star running back Kylin Hill is opting out of the season to prep for the 2021 NFL Draft during a press conference on Wednesday.
The Vatican’s just-renewed agreement with China follows an ancient pattern
It’s the last full week of presidential campaigning, so Americans might be excused for having missed news that the Vatican renewed its preliminary agreement with China over the appointment of bishops. The agreement has drawn the ire of many American conservatives, not least Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who charges that a compromise with Beijing...
What's Coming to Amazon Prime Video in November 2020? Full List of Releases
How will you ever find the time to watch all of the movies coming to Amazon Prime Video next month?
With Senate at risk, Trump focuses on himself
After President Donald Trump took the controversial step of commuting the jail sentence of his longtime friend Roger Stone, Sen. Susan Collins was again stuck between the leader of her party and the Trump-aligned voters she needs to win a tough reelection.
Netflix Raising Prices Yet Again: Price Hike Hits As Economy Rebounds
Netflix's most popular plan, the standard subscription, will now cost $14 per month.
Council review finds massive disparities in NYC employee pay: study
Mayor de Blasio likes to claim that he's building the fairest big city in America — but tell that to his workforce!
Bob Dylan wrote 'Lay Lady Lay' for Barbra Streisand, he revealed in a just-released 1971 interview
For decades, the song was thought to have been written for the 1969 film "Midnight Cowboy." But in recently released transcripts from 1971, Dylan said the song was written for Barbra Streisand.
'The West Wing' reunites to get out the vote
Stars of "The West Wing" Richard Schiff and Dulé Hill talk about why the cast reunited to encourage voter turnout in 2020.
Paris Jackson is nervous and excited for her solo album debut
The 22-year-old daughter of Michael Jackson transformed the pain of a breakup into ethereal, alternative-folk songs on solo debut album "Wilted." (Oct. 29)
Review: The repressed return with a vengeance in the well-acted refugee thriller 'His House'
Remi Weekes' feature debut, streaming on Netflix, is a crafty if derivative mix of migrant drama and haunted-house freakout.
Philadelphia stores beg thieves to leave them alone after third night of looting
Philadelphia businesses put up signs begging for looters to leave them alone as thieves ran rampant for the third night amid unrest over the police shooting death of a 27-year-old black man.
Carnegie Hall Cancelling Season Up to Early April 2021
Like many other venues, the historic concert hall announced that it wouldn't begin shows until after April 2021 at least.
Long Island 'Superspreader Events' Threaten To Undo Its Success At Controlling Virus
"Between this wedding and this birthday party, there are 56 positive COVID-19 cases and nearly 300 under quarantine," said Suffolk County executive Steven Bellone.
'Montana values' could decide which party controls the U.S. Senate
Fighting to keep his Senate seat, Republican Steve Daines is locked in a close contest with his Democratic challenger, Gov. Steve Bullock.
'I Voted' stickers, ballot selfies, catwalks: These celebs are ready for the election
Lizzo, Jennifer Aniston, America Ferrera and other stars are showing off their civic pride with "I Voted" stickers, ballot selfies and runway walks.
'Songbird' a Pandemic Themed Film Is Raising Eyebrows: 'This Is a Bad Idea'
"Didn't we all specifically say at the start of this pandemic we definitely didn't want any Covid themed film/television in the future?" one user asked.
‘Pure racism’: Black man booted from Atlanta sushi restaurant over sneakers
A black customer at a sushi restaurant in Atlanta says racist employees kicked him out for wearing sneakers — while allowing a white woman in tennis shoes to stay. The unnamed man was asked to leave Umi Sushi on Friday because his white Nikes violated the restaurant’s dress code policy, heated footage shows. But as...
Harrowing video shows beaver busting through frozen pond
A bodacious beaver broke the ice — and then the internet.
You can get incredible deals on Instant Pots right now ahead of Black Friday 2020
The Black Friday 2020 deals keep on coming, with huge savings on top Instant Pot models—get the details.
Dr. Fauci warns US may not return to ‘normalcy’ until 2022
The earliest doses of a COVID-19 vaccine will likely be rolled out for first responders in late December — but we’ll be stuck with mask wearing, social distancing, and tough restrictions on businesses, theaters and arenas throughout next year, Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Thursday. “I can forsee that even with a really good vaccine, that...
Still Processing Podcast: 'Waiter, There’s a Fly in Our Bubble'
Do we have enough bread crumbs to get to the truth?
USC basketball will open Pac-12 schedule against Stanford on Dec. 13
An adjusted Pac-12 basketball schedule was announced Thursday, with two USC games affected.
Official: There's an electrified Ram pickup in the works
Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley says an electrified Ram pickup is in the works. More details on the battery-powered truck will be revealed in "a little while."
Florida school board to decide whether to revoke vote for principal fired over Holocaust remarks
A Florida public school board will decide Monday whether to rescind its vote on reinstating a former high school principal who was fired last year for telling a parent he “could not state that the Holocaust was a historical fact.”
How the Oklahoma ice storm helped strengthen Hurricane Zeta beyond expectations
A satellite image shows how the California wildfires, the Oklahoma ice storm, and Hurricane Zeta’s ferocity were interconnected.
The pastor thought Trump was 'evil.' So he quit his conservative church
Keith Mannes, is among conservative pastors to recently take a stand against the president, whom he believes goes against the teachings of Christianity.