A selection of photos from some of this week's biggest news that you might have missed. Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC., smiles while flanked by Nancy Retzlaff, chief commercial officer for Turing Pharmaceuticals...Show More Summary
Michigan senator Debbie Stabenow supports Hillary Clinton: "I think Bernie's terrific as an advocate. There's a difference between a strong community advocate and being someone who can get things done." Martin Longman says this is an example of how nasty things are getting: "Breaking out the Sarah Palin talking points isn't smart. Show More Summary
Some people need a little perspective in life, and Martin Pistorious can provide that for you. If you think you’re having a bad day, I bet he can top it.
At least there is one witness who makes Congress look great by comparison. “Embattled drug executive Martin Shkreli antagonized lawmakers on Thursday by smirking and posing for pictures during his first appearance on Capitol Hill even...Show More Summary
IT WAS the fifth face-off between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a series of Democratic primary debates, but their first one-to-one after their last remaining rival, Maryland’s Governor Martin O’Malley, dropped out on February 1st. Show More Summary
Substantively, it’s hard to say there was much new in Thursday’s Democratic presidential debate, other than the timing (a weekday!) and the format, which—with the departure of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley—pit Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton against each other one-on-one. Show More Summary
The Late Show's Stephen Colbert pays tribute to the latest round of 2016 presidential candidates to drop out of the race, Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley while getting a swipe in on Jim Gilmore for staying in after receiving...Show More Summary
9:07 - Hillary: "The numbers just don't add up" for all of Bernie's proposals. 9:01 - I see that Rachel Maddow is as excited as I am that Martin O'Malley has dropped out. 9:00 - And with that, on with the debate! 8:58 - This is the second election cycle in which I've liked both of the Democratic frontrunners. Show More Summary
MSNBC Martin O'Malley is an ex-candidate, so tonight's MSNBC debate will feature the first one-on-one confrontation between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The moderators will be Chuck Toddler and Rachel Maddow, so at least one of...Show More Summary
With Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley out of the race, the Democratic field is now Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Hillary Clinton. The average age of...
Swarmy Pharmaceutical chief Martin Shkreli testified today before Congress. Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli on Thursday called members of... The post Figures. Swarmy CEO Martin Shkreli Who Jacked Up Price on AIDS Drugs is Big Dem Donor appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
At last week's Democratic town hall in Iowa, Duke University student Brian Carlson asked then candidate Martin O'Malley, "What will you do to assure full federal LGBT equality?" This was noteworthy because in the three Democratic debates that have been held so far, not one moderator has asked a single question...
So you might have noticed that professional douchebag/hip-hop enthusiast Martin Shkreli was all over your Internet this morning being even more of a preening little twerp than normal. Why was this? Because there was a Congressional hearing that surprisingly was NOT about Benghazi, and Shkreli was the smirking star of the show. (The careful reader
"Pharma bro" pled the 5th to questions as basic as his Wu-Tang Clan album purchase—but his face said so much
Stephen Colbert bid farewell to several 2016 presidential tributes felled by the Iowa caucuses on the latest installment of The Late Show's riotous Hunger Games send-up, "Hungry for Power Games." First up, Republican candidate Rand Paul, whose early campaign gimmicks included a series of viral videos in which he burned and shredded the United States tax...
Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceuticals executive who sparked national outrage after it was discovered he price-gouged a drug by more than 5,000 percent, appeared before the House Oversight committee on Thursday for a hearing on pharmaceutical pricing. Show More Summary
Embattled drug executive Martin Shkreli antagonized lawmakers “by smirking and posing for pictures during his first appearance on Capitol Hill even as he refused to answer questions about drug prices,” The Hill reports. Within minutes of being escorted out of [...]
The so-called "bad boy of pharma" Martin Shkreli pleads the fifth amendment in his testimony before members of Congress this morning. Produced by Emma Fierberg Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
He was ultimately escorted out of the room
Stephen Colbert waves a last goodbye to Paul, Huckabee, Martin O'Malley and yes, even sad Jim Gilmore