Marco Rubio told The Economist in an interview last Monday that he was skeptical the GOP tax bill is benefiting working-class Americans. “There’s no evidence whatsoever that the money’s been massively poured back into the American worker,” Rubio, who voted for this bill, said. Then, after facing tons of backlash from…
Today, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Rep. Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma as the next administrator of NASA.
Seth Klarman is the CEO of the Baupost Group, a Boston-based hedge fund with $30 billion in assets. According to Forbes, his net worth is $1.5 billion.
Just one month ago, Marco Rubio was thoroughly owned by Parkland teens during a town hall on school shootings, who asked him if he would commit to stop taking donations from the NRA. (Surprise: he wouldn’t!)
YouTube celebrity Logan Paul has mostly stayed under the radar this year after posting footage of a dead body on his YouTube page. As is outlined in the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, this means the momentous task of solving America’s biggest issues has fallen to his younger brother, Jake. On Jake’s docket…
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Sarah Chadwick tweeted this late Thursday night:
As Senator Marco Rubio was grilled by teens last night, scores of actual professional journalists asked themselves some variation of this question:
At a CNN town hall on Wednesday night, Marco Rubio got dunked on time and time again by Florida high school students and parents who pressed him about where he stands on gun control. Despite being asked repeatedly, Rubio refused to say he would support a ban on assault weapons or that he would stop accepting money…
On Wednesday night, Senator Marco Rubio appeared at a CNN town hall about gun violence, where he was heavily booed and fiercely questioned by his constituents who survived the recent massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio faced a throng of Florida teenagers and parents Wednesday night during a CNN town hall, all of whom vociferously pressed him to concede that the state needs to address its notoriously lax gun laws in the wake of a school shooting that left 17 dead in South Florida.
Remember when Donald Trump told Piers Morgan that he wouldn’t consider himself a feminist? And we all kind of waited for the punchline? This is a lot like that.
In a heartfelt speech Thursday evening during a vigil for the victims of yesterday’s fatal shooting at South Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Robert Runcie, the superintendent of the school’s district, called on lawmakers and public officials to pass “common sense gun laws.”
Florida Senator Marco Rubio, a man with a long history of showing concern for the victims of horrifying mass casualties in his state without ever attempting to seriously legislate against its notoriously lax gun laws, referred to Wednesday’s deadly shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School as “inexplicable” during an…
Sen. Marco Rubio announced late Saturday that he had decided to fire his chief of staff, Clint Reed, over “allegations of improper conduct” regarding “relations between a supervisor and their subordinates.”
Senator Marco Rubio tweeted this at 7:12 a.m. on Tuesday:
Let’s go back in time to Thursday afternoon. Zip, zip, zoom! Okay, here we are—it’s Thursday afternoon and Marco Rubio is a “no” on the Republican tax plan: