The Most Glamorous Kennedy Family Wedding Photos

The president-to-be and bride Jacqueline Bouvier exchanged I dos in Newport, Rhode Island, on Sept. 12, 1953. Daughter Caroline wed Schlossberg nearly 33 years later, on July 19, 1986, in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The senator wed his first wife, Bennett, in Bronxville, New York, on Nov. 29, 1958, but they divorced in 1982.  Meanwhile, his son exchanged vows with professor Gershman […]

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What to Know About Tiffany Trump's Boyfriend, Who Grew Up in a Country the President Mocked

Last week Tiffany Trump made her relationship with Michael Boulos both Instagram and White House official, but not much else is known about her boyfriend. Boulos and the 25-year-old youngest daughter of President Donald Trump appear to have wealthy families and prominent parents in common, according to Page Six. The outlet reports that Boulos’s family is Lebanese and he grew […]

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‘I Swear They Will Kill Me’: Inside a Desperate Teen’s Flight to Freedom as the World Watched

It was early last Saturday when Saudi Arabian teenager Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun crept past her vacationing family as they slept in their Kuwait hotel room, slipped outside and got into a taxi bound — she hoped — for a new life. Rahaf, 18, was not alone as she left: On her cell phone she spoke furtively with a friend who […]

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Government Can't Pay Its Utility Bill During the Shutdown. Will the White House Have Water Cut Off?

Approximately 800,000 employees have been left without pay — wondering how to pay their bills — amid an ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government. The government itself is grappling with some of those same issues. Earlier this month, the water authority in Washington, D.C. was notified by the Treasury Department that they would not have all of the funds […]

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Congresswoman Calls Trump a 'Motherf—–': She's Sorry for the Distraction but Not for Being Angry

Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib vowed last week that incoming lawmakers were going to impeach President Donald Trump, whom she referred to as a “motherf—–” — a profane announcement that kicked up a swirl of headlines. Tlaib is sorry for the distraction her comment caused, but she’s standing firm on the words and enthusiasm that she used. “I’m very passionate about […]

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Yes, You'll Get Your Thousands in Tax Refunds Even During the Shutdown — but Money May Be Delayed

As the federal shutdown continues without a clear end, one source of uncertainty was relieved when White House officials announced on Monday that the Internal Revenue Service would still issue tax refunds. But the decision to bring back non-essential workers may not prevent delays in processing the extra cash as unpaid staffers could call in sick rather than show up […]

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News networks should not air Trump Wall speech without fact-checking first

President Donald Trump announced on Monday that he “will Address the Nation on the Humanitarian and National Security crisis on our Southern Border. Tuesday night at 9:00 p.m. Eastern.” Keep in mind that just a few hours earlier, Trump declared on Twitter that “The Fake News Media in our Country is the real Opposition Party. It is truly the Enemy […]

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After Surgery, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Misses Supreme Court Arguments for the First Time: Reports

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg missed oral arguments on Monday, a little more than two weeks after she underwent surgery to remove malignant nodules in her lungs, BuzzFeed and CNN report. According to BuzzFeed, it was the first time Ginsburg, 85, had missed arguments since she joined the nation’s highest court in 1993. However, she will still be able […]

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Meghan McCain's Husband to Speak at Funeral for Fox News' Bre Payton After Her Sudden Death at 26

Meghan McCain’s husband will honor conservative writer Bre Payton at a funeral service later this month. Payton, a Fox News commentator and writer for The Federalist, died last month following a sudden illness. She was 26. “This is not the news I wanted to be sharing to begin the New Year, but it must be done,” Ben Domenech — who founded The Federalist, […]

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