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"This is going to be a great day for the American people."
"I admire him as a husband, father, and professional."
Employee explains how he does Democratic Socialist of America work while on the clock.
Bergoglio at first covered up and then minimized a scandal involving a bishop who was caught with a 23-year-old male chauffeur.
Declassified and it feels so good and much, much more.
"You have to go through this," said Trump. "If it takes a little delay, it'll take a little delay."
Satanic.
"I’ll continue working to set them up."
The following stars have said much worse than Norm Macdonald without a hint of a mea culpa.
Sisterhood isn't so powerful.
With a Senate Judiciary Committee vote on the nomination planned this week, some lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are saying they want to hear more first.
Get ready for Anita Hill 2.0 and much, much more.
"Can we adequately protect ourselves today if we spend 20 times as much money on the military and intelligence capacity than on diplomacy?" asks Murphy.
Offense over an internet hoax has gone too far.
Should this incident -- if true in all respects -- disqualify Kavanaugh from serving?
Heather Mac Donald: “grotesque waste of taxpayer dollars”
"I looked for it, looked for it hard," said the Watergate reporter.
It seems these operatives feared they would be held civilly and criminally liable for their corrupt actions.