Archive - April 1, 2019
Wall Street Journal editorial page deputy editor Dan Henninger discusses how New York City will be the first U.S. city to charge drivers extra to enter its busiest areas.
Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed in Los Angeles in front of his clothing store. ET Live’s Lauren Zima joined CBSN to talk about his legacy and impact on his community.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s comments are getting her into more hot water, this time saying that it is a “myth” and “unscientific” that trans women have a “direct competitive advantage” in women’s powerlifting.
Senate Democrats are expected to propose a constitutional amendment this week that would abolish the Electoral College. The proposal was first reported by The Daily Beast, which said that Hawaii Democratic Sen. Brian...
From AOC to Hollywood, our divide is not political, it’s a crisis of values.
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn throws her support behind President Trump’s threat to close the southern border amid the ‘national security emergency.’