Ty Emery’s popularity has pretty much exploded since her viral celebration at BKFC Thailand in September. At BKFC Thailand 3, Emery, a former Legends Football League player, celebrated knocking out Rung-Arun Khunchai by climbing the ropes, raising his arms in celebration – then lifting his top and glancing at the crowd in attendance, frankly. Social … Read more
The days of Americans waiting for election day to vote are over, tens of millions have already voted. We look at how the pandemic has changed the vote and what to watch on Tuesday night.
Voters drop off their mail-in ballots at the Desert Vista Community Center in Las Vegas on Oct. 22. Mail-in voting, which has increased for years, surged in 2020 in the early months of the pandemic. Nevada has since codified the expansion of voting by mail. David Becker/Getty Images hide caption caption toggle David Becker/Getty Images … Read more
A look at how voting patterns have changed since 2020 and how early voting is faring so far in the key state of Georgia.
In August, conservative publisher Regnery suddenly recalled Dinesh D’Souza’s election denial book 2000 mules from stores, citing an unspecified “publishing error.” NPR compared the pulled version of the book to the version Regnery published this week. Willie Sanjuan/AP hide caption caption toggle Willie Sanjuan/AP In August, conservative publisher Regnery suddenly recalled Dinesh D’Souza’s election denial … Read more
Loretta Lynn campaigned for both Presidents Bush. She is shown here with President George W. Bush in 2000 in Little Rock, Ark. Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images hide caption caption toggle Paul J. Richards/AFP via Getty Images Loretta Lynn campaigned for both Presidents Bush. She is shown here with President George W. Bush in … Read more
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona appeared alongside President Biden as he announced his plan for student loan relief on August 24. On Thursday, the administration quietly changed its guidelines on which borrowers are eligible for that relief. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption caption toggle Evan Vucci/AP U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona appeared alongside President … Read more
Debates are a tradition in American politics. But during this year’s midterms, there are fewer events where candidates share the same stage.
I believed Donald Trump was a one-off. His approval rating from the time he declared for president in mid-2015 until he left office was never higher than 44 percent in the well-regarded Quinnipiac poll. This was in nearly 50 polls. And he only reached 44% once, right after his 2016 win. While he was president … Read more
“We fought for money but even today we haven’t got what we deserve. We continue to be killed by the government we voted for.” These were the words of an emotional Marikana miner who witnessed the brutal shooting of his 34 colleagues exactly a decade ago. @thecitizen_news Ten years since #marikanamassacre sacre officials say nothing … Read more