November 13, 2018 Archive November 2018

STUDY: Fish oil, vitamin D supplements no guard against cancer or heart trouble

Amazon and America’s real divide

Five things you need to know about Donald Trump's asylum ban — and its murky justification

Red states vote for blue policy: Nebraska, Idaho and Utah voters expand Medicaid over GOP objections

Democrats line up to run against Donald Trump

Kyrsten Sinema becomes first Democrat to win a Senate race in Arizona in 30 years

Judge rules against Brian Kemp: Stacey Abrams scores major legal win in Georgia governor's race

The NRA doesn't care about black heroes: Jemel Roberson was "the good guy with a gun"

CNN sues Trump administration; Trump-appointed judge assigned to case

CNN's Don Lemon challenges his own network: Show faces of high school students giving Nazi salute

Whoopi Goldberg dumbfounded by President Trump's wildfire tweets

The GOP's reaction to the 2018 midterms is an "existential" moment for the US

What Florida’s incompetent vote counting says about US elections

Former Clinton staffer slams Florida GOP voter fraud claim

3 conspiracy theories the GOP is using to suppress votes

Trump Cabinet firing spree to continue: John Kelly and Kirstjen Nielsen next on the chopping block?

Psychiatrist Justin Frank on Trump's "God complex": He is "erotically attached to violence"

When women can't quit the emotional labor habit: "It's hard to give up that gold star"

Conservative columnist explains how Trump is losing "his grip on power"

Time to walk away: Real journalists should boycott the farcical White House press briefings

FBI: Reported hate crimes spike in US for third year in a row

"Goodnight Trump": A picture book to soothe politically anxious souls

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez leads sit-in at Nancy Pelosi's office before being sworn-in to Congress

Melania Trump pulls a power move, calls for firing of the president's top national security aide

Ricki Lake opens up about the husband she couldn't save

Utility giant PG&E may have started the Camp Fire — yet consumers will pay for it