Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld announced Monday he is officially entering the race for president, becoming the first Republican to challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 race. When asked about the President's historically high approval rating and whether Weld believes he can beat him in the primary, Weld said, "Yeah, I do." read more
Tulsi Gabbard, representative from Hawaii and presidential candidate, turns 38 today. A couple of days ago, she announced that she had received enough donations to be in the DNC Democratic Debates. read more
A member of Parliament has lashed a 'dysfunctional' Home Office for threatening a York mother-of-two with deportation, claiming delays and errors are being caused by a serious shortage of staff. Huang Yan has been married to York businessman Nick Turnbull for 12 years and has lived in Clifton, York, for the past five years with their children Hetty, six, and Molly, nine. After inquiries by The Press and an MP, officials have revealed she was turned down because she had not passed a language test with the right provider.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Friday that he's not sorry for his past actions that some women have said made them uncomfortable. "The fact of the matter is I made it clear that if I made anyone feel [uncomfortable], I feel badly about that. It was never my intention. Ever," Biden said. Asked again if he was sorry, Biden did not apologize for his actions. "I'm sorry I didn't understand more... I'm not sorry for any of my intentions. I'm not sorry for anything that I have ever done. I have never been disrespectful intentionally to a man or a woman." read more
Gov. Gavin Newsom is suspending the death penalty in California, calling it discriminatory and immoral, and is granting reprieves to the 737 condemned inmates on the nation's largest Death Row ... "The intentional killing of another person is wrong," he said. "And, as governor, I will not oversee the execution of any individual." read more