Fox News Co-President Bill Shine Departing Network

Fox News announced that Co-President Bill Shine will depart the network in several weeks after helping with a transition. Shine, who has been with the network since its founding in 1996, has served as co-president since Roger Ailes was forced out of the network for sexual harassment. While Shine has […]

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Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen to Retire

Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has announced that she will retire from Congress at the end of her term. She broke the news in an interview with the Miami Herald. Ros-Lehtinen, who has served in Congress for thirty-eight years, is the dean of the Florida congressional delegation and was the first Cuban-American elected to Congress. […]

Reporters Without Borders Releases 2017 Press Freedom Rankings

Reporters Without Borders, an international non-governmental organization, has released their annual press freedom ranking. Norway took first place, displacing former first place Finland. North Korea took last place in the ranking after Eritrea moved up one position. Eritrea had been in last place since 2007. In 62.2% of the countries, […]

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Rod Rosenstein Appointed Deputy Attorney General

The United States Senate approved appointee Rod Rosenstein as Deputy Attorney General on Tuesday. The Senate voted 94-6 on Rosenstein’s appointment, making it an easy victory for the nominee. Rosenstein was Maryland’s top federal prosecutor for the last twelve years, and was appointed to the office of attorney under President […]

Bill O’Reilly Makes His Return

“Hey, I missed you guys,” with that statement Bill O’Reilly resurfaced less than a week after being fired from Fox News for sexual harassment. O’Reilly came out with a new edition of his No Spin News podcast on Monday which also provided a hint of what is to come for the […]

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