Hundreds Of Federal Workers And Supporters Protest Shutdown In Senate Building

Now 33 days into the government’s record-length partial shutdown, furloughed federal workers took to the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., in droves to call for the government to reopen. On Wednesday, about 500 government workers, union leaders and supporters gathered in the building to protest — chanting phrases like “No more food banks, we need […]

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Rami Malek Says He Wasn’t Aware Of Singer Allegations Before ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Rami Malek has responded to the mounting list of sexual misconduct claims against Bryan Singer, who directed the actor in the Academy Award-nominated Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Malek, who stars as Freddie Mercury in the film, spoke to the Los Angeles Times shortly after receiving an Oscar nomination for best actor on Tuesday. The interviewer brought up […]

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Michael Cohen Delays Testimony, Citing ‘Ongoing Threats’ From Trump, Giuliani

Michael Cohen, former personal attorney to Donald Trump, postponed his scheduled congressional testimony, citing what his lawyer said were threats from the president and lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Cohen, who had been set to testify before the House oversight committee on Feb. 7 to discuss his work for Trump, will delay the appearance indefinitely, his attorney, Lanny Davis, said […]

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