Support for gun control high, but confidence in success of new measures not solid.
The Democrats are the ones who colluded with Russia.
Since 2011, NASA has been upgrading a mobile launcher originally built for the Ares I vehicle to fit its massive Space Launch System rocket.
President Trump opened the door Thursday morning to a national gun registry via his proposed “comprehensive background checks.”
There is a lot of noise lately, and less signal, about the now debunked “Trump colluded with Russia” narrative.
In the clamor to tighten gun restrictions following the horrific massacre at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week, one important fact has been overlooked.
From the first days Special Counsel Robert Mueller began to assemble his investigative team to try to get to the bottom of that ever-elusive, Democrat-driven Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative, reports about political bias among his staff began to emerge.
On Thursday, California senator Kamala Harris, whose clear ambition to run for the presidency is catalyzing her constant chatter so the media will know where to find her, theatrically declared that she would not “be silenced by the NRA or anyone else.”
Brendan Fraser claims he was groped in 2003 by Philip Berk, then president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, an experience Fraser says left him depressed and miserable.
Famed music producer Quincy Jones has “learned [his] lesson” after facing flack over a recent interview where he claimed to know who killed John F. Kennedy and that he dated Ivanka Trump.