There is mounting evidence that the Trump-led faction of the Republican Party is preparing to take their rage into the streets. Half of likely voters expect Election Day will be violent, a USA Today/Suffolk University poll found.
USA Today broke its 34-year tradition of not endorsing in a presidential race, publishing a scathing argument against voting for Donald Trump.
USA Today counted “[a]t least 60 lawsuits, along with hundreds of liens, judgments, and other government filings” in which scores of carpenters, painters, waiters, bartenders, lawyers, and other employees and contracted companies accuse Trump of bilking them on the bill.
By Katie Byard, Akron Beacon Journal AKRON, Ohio — National animal welfare group PETA is abandoning its idea to turn serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer’s childhood home in Bath Township, Ohio, into a vegan restaurant. “We regret that we won’t be able to move forward with this project, even though it was met with some enthusiasm as […]
WASHINGTON — Americans overwhelmingly agree that the income gap between the rich and everyone else has grown in recent years, but they are divided sharply by party when asked what, if anything, the government should do about it. Roughly two-thirds of Americans, regardless of party, agree that the income gap has increased in the last […]