SFTB: Thoughts on Philly, Dan Quinn’s choice words, Falcons fans showing up, backup running back

The Falcons will look to pick up their first win of the year against an old nemesis, the Philadelphia Eagles, on Sunday night. The Eagles, in you’ve …… (more…)

How Bolton Got Himself Fired

John Bolton’s defenestration was a long time coming, writes Peter Bergen. On so many issues — North Korea, Iran, and Venezuela — President Trump’s national security adviser’s bellicose views and advice repeatedly clashed with those of his mercurial boss. (more…)

Hoyer backpedals after contradicting Nadler on impeachment probe

House Democratic leaders still can’t get their impeachment messaging straight. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) on Wednesday backtracked after saying Democrats were not conducting an “impeachment inquiry,” a remark that directly contradicted top House investigators and further sowed confusion about Democrats’ strategy. The No. 2 Democrat later released a (more…)

Issues and Answers: Governor Matt Bevin and Congressman Hal Rogers

(WYMT) – WYMT’s Steve Hensley sat down with Governor Matt Bevin and Congressman Hal Rogers for this episode of Issues and Answers.… (more…)

Nadler: Impeachment timetable doesn’t hinge on Don McGahn

Democrats could move forward with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump even if they never secure testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said on Monday. “Yes, we can,” Nadler said, when asked whether it would be possible to advance articles of impeachment (more…)

Supreme Court of Iceland grants Eimskip the right to appeal

Today Eimskip received a letter from the Supreme Court of Iceland notifying that the company´s application for the right of appeal of the Court of … … (more…)

Dems Pivot From ‘Trump & Russia’ to ‘Trump & Racism’

In the aftermath of the murder of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, then a candidate for president, went forward with a planned rally at 17th and Broadway in the heart of Indianapolis’ African American community. The country had witnessed more than 100 race (more…)

House Judiciary leaders press for answers in Epstein death

The leaders of the House Judiciary Committee wrote to the Federal Bureau of Prisons on Monday, pushing for answers in the weekend death of financier Jeffrey Epstein, who was being held in a New York jail on sex trafficking charges. Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.), the committee’s chairman, and Rep. Doug (more…)

How do we connect the economy to our everyday lives?

Recent headlines — of course filled with hyperbole — drive home a singular message: America’s economy is booming! The stock market is setting records. The 3.7% unemployment rate hovers around all-time lows. More than 220,000 jobs were added in June. … (more…)

The DNC Army That Could Soon Descend on Swing States

To avoid repeating the errors of 2016, the party is training young people of color to be campaign organizers for the eventual Democratic nominee. (more…)