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Saturday June 8, 2019    01:08 AM
At the very end of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s MSNBC town hall on Wednesday night, host Chris Hayes asked Warren about all the people who say they like her, but are worried she couldn’t beat President Donald Trump in the general election.

Warren, and many of the other women candidates running in 2020, have been getting this question a lot lately: about whether or not they are "electable." Warren’s response? Political conventional wisdom about presidents is often wrong.

"I remember when people said Barack Obama couldn’t be elected," Warren responded. "I remember when people said Donald Trump couldn’t be elected. And here we are."

Warren has a point; during this time in 2016, political pu


Sunday May 12, 2019    07:27 AM
Having a foil benefits both the 70-something candidates and spells potential bad news for the rest of the large field that could get left behind.

WASHINGTON — If New Hampshire Democrats voted today, and the most recent polling is correct, the only candidates who would get any delegates at all from the first-in-the-nation primary would be Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.

The two are not only leading the packed field of 2020 presidential contenders, but are the only contenders who have clearly separated themselves from the rest of the crowd in polling and surpassed the crucial 15 percent threshold that candidates need to hit to be awarded delegates.

Of course, the election is not today.


Monday May 6, 2019    09:17 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — Michael Cohen took a last swipe at President Donald Trump while reporting to federal prison Monday to start a three-year sentence for crimes including tax evasion and campaign finance violations related to hush-money payments made to protect his former boss.

Cohen, who turned on Trump last summer after a decade as his personal lawyer, fixer and "take a bullet" loyalist, didn’t mention the president by name, but he left little doubt about whom he blamed for his incarceration.

"I hope that when I rejoin my family and friends that the country will be in a place without xenophobia, injustice and lies at the helm of our country," Cohen told reporters outside his Manhattan ap


Sunday May 5, 2019    04:09 AM
Evelyn Francis McHale was a 23-year-old American bookkeeper who committed suicide by jumping off the 86th floor Observation Deck of the Empire State Building in New York City on May 1, 1947.

She was the same age as my girlfriend.

I became interested in the story after watching a 16 hour documentary This week about the history of New York City.

Her body landed on the roof of a United Nations limousine parked on 34th Street.

The photograph of her body was taken just four minutes after she hit the car. The photo was taken by photography student Robert Wiles and has become the iconic suicide photograph, referred to as "the most beautiful suicide".

Still clutching her pearl necklac


Sunday April 21, 2019    11:40 PM
HAMDEN, Connecticut - "I am so deeply sorry to the individuals who were involved that this ever occurred," said the mayor of Hamden, Connecticut.

Protests erupted for the fourth straight night Friday in New Haven, Connecticut, after police opened fire on a car near the Yale University campus, shooting and wounding a woman inside.

Stephanie Washington, 22, was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries following the shooting by an officer from Yale and another from the adjacent town of Hamden, university officials said in a statement.

"No weapons were observed at the scene," Connecticut State Police Sgt. Dwight Washington said in a statement.

"This is not just a Hamden situat


Sunday April 21, 2019    11:27 PM
Analysis: The Massachusetts senator's forceful call to begin the process of removing Trump set her apart from the crowded primary field.

While most fellow 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls ducked and dived to find safe ground — and party elders solemnly warned against over-reach — Sen. Elizabeth Warren stepped boldly out into the open late Friday and called on the House to begin an impeachment process against President Donald Trump based on special counsel Robert Mueller's report.

The Massachusetts senator and 2020 Democratic presidential contender slammed Trump for having "welcomed" the help of a "hostile" foreign government and having obstructed the probe into an attack on an Ame


Saturday March 2, 2019    08:04 AM
There’s a FaceTime bug that lets you hear through someone else’s iPhone, even if they haven’t answered your phone call. It was previously reported on Twitter by user Benji Mobb and covered by 9to5Mac.

CNBC tested it and verified that it’s a real bug. I tried placing a video call to my editor from my iPhone using Apple’s FaceTime app. Then, before he picked up, I used the menu option to add somebody else to the call and, as 9to5Mac’s directions state, I added myself to the call. Suddenly, I could hear my editor, even though he never picked up. We continued having a conversation while his phone only gave him the option to answer. There was no indication that the call had already gone throug


Friday March 1, 2019    07:07 PM
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office issued a rare public statement Friday night that disputes part of a BuzzFeed News report that President Donald Trump had directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.

BuzzFeed News on Thursday evening reported that Cohen told special counsel Robert Mueller the president personally instructed him to lie to Congressional investigators in order to minimize links between Trump and his Moscow building project, citing two federal law enforcement officials involved in an investigation of the matter. The report also alleged that Cohen was directed to give a false impression that the project had ended before it actually did.

NBC News has not independently co


Friday January 4, 2019    05:45 PM
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts — Harvard University graduate Jin Park was the first student to win the prestigious Rhodes scholarship but the 22-year-old New Yorker may not be able to return to the US if he enrolls at the University of Oxford in England in the fall.

Jin Park, who lives in New York City, fears he would not be allowed back in the country if he enrolls at the University of Oxford this fall due to President Trump’s decision to rescind overseas travel for those with DACA status.

"If I leave, there’s a very real possibility that I won’t be able to come back. That’s the biggest fear for sure," Park told the AP. “I haven’t really thought about what that’s going to mean if I’m not al


Friday December 28, 2018    06:31 AM
Can we travel much further into the future? Absolutely. The really interesting question is whether we can travel back into the past.

The concept of time travel has always captured the imagination of physicists and laypersons alike. But is it really possible? Of course it is. We’re doing it right now, aren’t we? We are all traveling into the future one second at a time. But that was not what you were thinking. Can we travel much further into the future? Absolutely. If we could travel close to the speed of light, or in the proximity of a black hole, time would slow down enabling us to travel arbitrarily far into the future. The really interesting question is whether we can travel back into


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