Obama Alumni Say No Biden Allegations Found During Vetting

The leader of the team that vetted Joe Biden to be Barack Obama’s 2008 running mate said that Tara Reade’s allegations of sexual assault by Biden never surfaced during an extensive investigation. Biden, facing the most serious incident of his 2020 presidential campaign, and his allies have begun a vigorous defense effort against Reade’s allegations. She says that in 1993, […]

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Kim Jong Un Photos Hold Few Clues to Mysterious 20-Day Absence

Kim Jong Un’s first public appearance in almost three weeks sent analysts poring over the few photos released by North Korean media for clues about his mysterious absence. Propaganda reports Saturday about Kim’s visit to a fertilizer factory northeast of Pyongyang didn’t make the slightest allusion to the global speculation about his health in recent weeks. That left observers to […]

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Sexual Assault Advocates Expected More From Joe Biden

The hashtags “I Believe Biden” and “I Believe Joe” were trending online Friday morning following Joe Biden’s first public denial of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against him. The former vice president released a statement and later appeared on “Morning Joe” in a combative interview with Mika Brzezinski. “It is not true,” Biden told Brzezinski of Reade’s accusation that she […]

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Trump Plans To Attend Mount Rushmore’s July 4th Fireworks Show

President Donald Trump is planning to attend Mount Rushmore’s annual Independence Day celebration to watch the newly reinstated fireworks show that will be held on July 3. Trump told conservative radio host Dan Bongino on Friday that he was planning to see the fireworks show, which hasn’t been held at South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore National Memorial since 2009. “For 20 […]

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No Matter the Pandemic, Department of Education Still Seizing Wages From Student Loan Borrowers, Suit Clams

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has continued the practice of garnishing the wages of student loan borrowers who are in default, according to a lawsuit filed on Thursday. The suit, brought by a New York woman on behalf of about 285,000 borrowers, claims that DeVos and her department have not halted collection practices even though the secretary made an official announcement, […]

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NJ To Schools: You Can’t Make Parents Promise Not To Sue Before Offering Special Education

After HuffPost reported that some school districts in New Jersey had been forcing students with disabilities to sign waivers promising not to sue before providing them with services, the state has issued a memo saying such practices are illegal, violating the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and state Department of Education regulations.  “A key right guaranteed by both the IDEA […]

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