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Watch Colbert Say Goodbye to 'Half-Kissed Frog Prince Ted Cruz'

Stephen Colbert doffed his powdered blue wig and eyebrows for an in memoriam edition of The Late Show's "Hungry for Power Games," bidding Ted Cruz and John Kasich the cattiest of farewells following Donald Trump's big win in Indiana Tuesday. Colbert opened by remembering Kasich's campaign highlights, such as his win in Ohio — and nothing...

Clinton Builds General Election Team

NBC News: “In yet another sign Hillary Clinton is looking past rival Bernie Sanders and on to a general election against Donald Trump, the former secretary of state is adding and promoting staff at her national headquarters in New York. [...]

Chuck Grassley decides he's just fine with Donald Trump in charge of the Supreme Court

Just a few weeks ago Chuck Grassley was calling his Supreme Court blockade a “gamble” with Donald Trump about to secure the GOP nomination. Now that Trump’s candidacy is inevitable, Grassley's decided he's not worried anymore—the Supreme Court will be just fine in Trump's hands. Show More Summary

Tow Truck Driver Refuses To Tow Bernie Supporter's Car

Imagine being 25 years old and having your car hit by a truck. Your car with the Bernie Sanders sticker on the back of it. Imagine being 25 years old and suffering from chronic disease and having the tow truck driver inform you that no, he's not going to tow your car. Show More Summary

Who would Trump pick for Supreme Court? How about his top lawyer, who says marital rape isn't real

Republicans didn't just start embracing Donald Trump as their presidential nominee this week: In their continued refusal to take action on Barack Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, they wholeheartedly affirmed their unshakeable commitment to making sure Trump gets to fill Antonin Scalia's vacant seat. Show More Summary

A massive wildfire in Canada has destroyed 1,600 homes and forced 80,000 people to flee

Tens of thousands of Canadians have been evacuated while wildfires rage through their homes in Alberta. The town of Fort McMurray has seen more than 1,600 homes destroyed and 80,000 residents flee. As of Thursday, the fire showed little...Show More Summary

Former Government Lawyers on Supreme Court Nominee Garland: ‘Supremely Qualified’

U.S. solicitors general who served under every president from George H.W. Bush to Barack Obama gave Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland a bipartisan boost this week in a letter to Senate leaders saying he is “superbly qualified” to be a justice.

"After a teammate dared [Hunter] Osborn to stick out the top of his penis during the yearbook football picture, Osborn did just that."

"Osborn was arrested and faced 70 charges: 69 misdemeanor charges for indecent exposure — one for each person in the photo — and one felony charge for 'furnishing harmful items to minors' (for exposing himself).... But on Wednesday,Show More Summary

Rob Reiner Shocks All-White Morning Joe Panel by Suggesting Racists Like Donald Trump

WATCH: How does director Rob Reiner explain the millions who voted for @realDonaldTrump? Here's his simple answer. — Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) May 5, 2016 It's a bit ironic that Rob Reiner's career was launched...Show More Summary

Donald Trump tweets out photo of taco bowl for Cinco de Mayo, says 'I love Hispanics'

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweeted out a photo of the taco bowl he was enjoying for Cinco de Mayo on Thursday. "I love Hispanics!" he wrote in the tweet. Trump also opined that " The best taco bowls areShow More Summary

Birds of a Bankruptcy Feather?

It looks like at a minimum, Donald Trump isn't planning on making much hay of Hillary Clinton's speech ties to Goldman Sachs. Why? Well, Trump's new national Finance Chair, Steven Mnuchin, is a longtime Goldman Sachs executive who spent...Show More Summary

Navy Seal Killed in Iraq Was Charles Keating IV

The U.S. Navy SEAL killed by direct fire during an ISIS-led siege in Iraq was identified Tuesday as Charlie Keating IV, a Phoenix high school graduate -- and grandson of the banker who came to symbolize America's savings and loan crisis of the 1980s. Show More Summary

Red State Urges Senate to Approve Merrick Garland

The conservative blog Red State has called for the Senate's Republican majority to approve President Barack Obama's nominee Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. "Garland is not a great choice, but he is not a terrible one, either. And...Show More Summary

Jimmy Fallon as Donald Trump Calls the Oval Office on The Tonight Show

When Jimmy Fallon's Trump spoils 'Game of Thrones,' the President threatens to "go Lemonade" on him.

Video: Hillary Clinton Uses Republican Quotes Against Donald Trump

"President Trump" is a dangerous proposition.Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio agree. — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 4, 2016 This is pretty glorious. Hillary Clinton's new ad starts with Donald Trump...Show More Summary

John Kerry just drew a new red line for Assad in Syria

The new deadline for Syrian President Bashar Assad's transition out of power: August 1, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in a press conference at the State Department on Tuesday. "The target date for the transition is the first of August," Kerry told reporters. Show More Summary

Jane Sanders: Bernie Wins Big in Indiana but Splits the Delegates With Hillary (Video)

Jane Sanders, wife of Bernie Sanders, went on with Neil Cavuto on Your World today after his big upset win... The post Jane Sanders: Bernie Wins Big in Indiana but Splits the Delegates With Hillary (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

CBS’s Rose Holds Up Daily News GOP Obituary During Interview With RNC Chair

During an interview with Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus on Wednesday’s CBS This Morning, co-host Charlie Rose gleefully held up a copy of the Daily News and read the mock obituary on the cover of the left-wing tabloid: “ says, ‘Republican Party 1854-2016; Dearly beloved, we're gathered here today to mourn the GOP. Show More Summary

Will a Trump Nomination Push Republicans to Confirm Obama's Supreme Court Pick?

Texas Senator Ted Cruz left the presidential race last night and Ohio Governor John Kasich made his exit today, leaving Donald Trump as the...

Top Democrats to Sanders: Don’t drop out. But tone it down.

Now that Donald Trump has the GOP nomination wrapped around his stubby little finger, should Bernie Sanders get out and let Hillary Clinton and Democrats focus all their energy on turning to the general election? With John Kasich and Ted Cruz dropping out, that means Trump will likely face a far less contentious GOP convention […]

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