Ralph Northam Draws Progressive Ire Over Medicaid Comments
WASHINGTON ? Virginia Gov.-elect Ralph Northam drew the ire of progressives on Sunday, who accused him of walking back ? before even taking office ? his promise to expand Medicaid for more low-income people.
Mystery swirls around powerful North Korea official as Hwang Pyong-so remains missing
NBC WSJ Poll: Democratic favorability highest since 2008
Sandy Hook mom rips Trump for hosting NRA exec at White House party on 5th anniversary of massacre
Nicole Hockley, whose son was among the 20 children killed in the 2012 Newtown, Conn., shootings, is furious about Trump?s decision to host National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre at a White House Christmas party on Dec. 14 ? the fifth anniversary of the massacre.
Manchin: 'I wanted to be more involved' in crafting tax bill
Sen. Joe Manchin tells Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview that he believes Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) convinced the president to pursue a partisan strategy to pass the tax bill, rather than work with Democrats.
Mario Batali Apologizes For Sexual Harassment With Cinnamon Rolls
Mario Batali, the former host of ?The Chew? who stands accused of sexual misconduct, issued an apology to fans on Friday through his newsletter and inexplicably ended it with a recipe for cinnamon rolls.
Track Palin, son of politician Sarah Palin, arrested in Alaska
The elder son of former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin was in jail on Sunday, facing assault and burglary charges in her home state of Alaska. Track Palin, 28, appeared in state court in Palmer, Alaska, earlier in the day, on a felony burglary charge and misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief charges, court records showed.
Progressive Groups Want Doug Jones To Throw Caution To The Wind
Power fully restored at Atlanta's international airport
ATLANTA (AP) ? Minutes after its midnight deadline to get the electricity back on at the world's busiest airport, Georgia Power announced early Monday that power had been fully restored to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, where more than 1,000 flights were grounded just days before the start of the Christmas travel rush.
The Vatican Bans Sales of Saints' Body Parts in Updated Relic Rules