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Roseanne Is a Trump Supporter in TV Revival

Roseanne Is a Trump Supporter in TV Revival

The atmosphere in Pasadena's Langham Huntington hotel was testy at times, with one journalist asking how a character who had shown herself to be anti-racist could realistically be written now as supporting a bigot. I'm a little young to be nostalgic for " Roseanne " since it went off the air when I was three years old, but Amy Zimmerman of The Daily Beast praised it as having "changed television for the better, featuring a realistic American family, relatable financial troubles, believable ...


Reaction to judge's decision to block the end of DACA

Reaction to judge's decision to block the end of DACA

Diaz says that now members of Congress are back to square one. U.S. District Judge William Alsup issued a preliminary injunction Tuesday night in San Francisco ordering the Department of Homeland Security to resume accepting renewal applications from people who are already protected under DACA while challenges to the September order work their way through the courts .


Trump, 11 prigionieri di Guantanamo gli fanno causa:

Trump, 11 prigionieri di Guantanamo gli fanno causa: "È anti-musulmano"

Proprio come quella provata dai membri del Congresso - repubblicani e democratici - presenti nello Studio Ovale quando il tycoon e' sbottato sulla questione immigrati , pronunciando l'ennesima frase shock: "Ma perche' gli Stati Uniti devono continuare ad accogliere questa gente da questo cesso di Paesi? ".



Death toll from California mudslides climbs to 18

Santa Barbara County Fire Search Dog Reilly looks for victims in damaged and destroyed homes in Montecito. "We've gotten multiple reports of rescuers falling through manholes that were covered with mud, swimming pools that were covered up with mud", said Anthony Buzzerio, a Los Angeles County fire battalion chief.


Zeman leads Czech presidential vote, partial results show

Zeman leads Czech presidential vote, partial results show

If no one wins outright in the first round of elections, by receiving 50 percent or more of the vote, the two strongest candidates will face each other in a runoff on January 26-27. For his supporters, Zeman is a frank man, master of ingeniously politically incorrect comments: an old-school politician, heavy smoker and heavy drinker, a president who talks about the fears and hopes of the average Czech.