Chris Matthews On Trump’s Family: At Least Mussolini Executed His Son-In-Law

MSNBC host Chris Matthews took a comparison too far on Thursday during a segment comparing President Donald Trump to a long line of power-hungry politicians, including Italian strongman Benito Mussolini.Speaking of nepotism and the at-times baffling amount of power that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushne
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Louisiana senator finds health care frustration at town hall

A town hall meeting held by U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy to talk about flood recovery in Louisiana's capital city was at times derailed Friday by people trying to pressure the Republican to vote against the Senate GOP's proposed rewrite of the national health care bill. Cassidy, a doctor who worked for
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Asos Leaves One Very Important Feature Visible In Bikini Photos

It’s swimsuit season, which means it’s that time of year to flaunt your body in all it’s stretch-marked glory.Rather than photoshopping those “glitter stripes” out, Asos’ has a policy not to “artificially adjust photographs of models to change their appearance.” And Twitter users
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New Report Reveals Shocking Details In Baton Rouge Officer Shootings

Authorities in Louisiana released a mountain of evidence Friday in a final report which concludes officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a gunman who ambushed and killed three Baton Rouge police officers last year.“There was no doubt here regarding their justifications,” East Baton Rou
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Nordic Countries Are Leaders On LGBTQ Equality. Here’s Their Message To The U.S.

WASHINGTON ― Pride Month comes to a close this year with no official White House recognition of the LGBTQ community’s struggle for equality in the U.S.Rights advocates are worried about the views of many Trump administration appointees, including newly minted Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch,
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‘Brain-eating’ amoeba found in 2 water systems

Brain-eating amoebas have been detected in two water systems in Louisiana, the state's health department said Thursday. Health officials reassured residents that drinking tap water is still safe and taking precautions in pools and showers can reduce their risk of infection. Health officials confir
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Oregon Passes Pioneering Worker-Rights Bill

Oregon has approved legislation with bipartisan support mandating predictable work schedules for low-wage employees, making it the first state in the country to adopt the labor protection.A bill approved by the state House Thursday and previously passed by the state Senate on bipartisan lines requ
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Toddler’s Hair Stands Up Like Troll Doll Thanks To Rare Genetic Condition

A 21-month-old girl in North Carolina is turning heads thanks to her unusual hair.Phoebe Brasswell, of Smithfield, was born with a rare genetic condition that makes her locks always look as if they’ve just been hit with static electricity.The condition, “uncombable hair syndrome,” causes her h
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Suggests Chicago Has Crime Problems Because Of ‘Morality’

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders suggested Friday that crime in Chicago is a result of the city’s lack of morality.At an off-camera press briefing, reporters asked her if easy access to guns had anything to do with violence in the nation’s third most populous city.“I think that t
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Simone Veil, iconic European feminist politician, dies at 89

Simone Veil, a survivor of Nazi death camps and a European Parliament president who spearheaded abortion rights as one of France's most prominent female politicians, died Friday at 89, her family said. A funeral ceremony with military honors is to be held on Wednesday at Les Invalides, site of Nap
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