Ruth Bader-Ginsburg Dead at 87

Ruth Bader-Ginsburg has been a Supreme Court Justice for the last 27 years. She was initially placed on the bench by Bill Clinton in 1993.

This death will likely allow Donald Trump to place one more Conservative Justice on the Supreme Court. Just weeks ago, Trump created a list of people that he may nominate. read more

Poll: Biden’s Popularity Soaring in Arizona and Maine

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According to the latest New York Times and Sienna College poll numbers, Democrat Joe Biden is significantly ahead of President Donald Trump in the valuable swing state of Arizona: He currently enjoys a nine-point lead in a poll of likely voters (49-40 percent). The margin is even wider in Maine: Biden is 17 points ahead of the president in that state’s polling (55-38). read more

Trump Claims Twitter “Makes Sure” Unflattering Stories About Him Trend on the Platform

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Earlier this morning, President Donald Trump claimed, without evidence, that Twitter “makes sure” unflattering stories about him and his administration trend on the platform.

“Twitter makes sure that Trending on Twitter is anything bad, Fake or not, about President Donald Trump,” he wrote, referring to himself in the third person. “So obvious what they are doing. Being studied now!” read more

Trump Admits U.S. Government Can’t Actually Profit Off TikTok’s Sale to An American Company

During a press conference earlier today, President Donald Trump admitted the United States government can’t actually profit off the sale of popular video app TikTok to an American company. The president had previously claimed that the Treasury Department would receive a “very big” payment in the event of a deal wherein the Chinese-owned TikTok or its assets are sold to an American tech company. read more

61 Percent of Americans Say Trump’s Handling of Protests is Worsening Matters

According to the latest Monmouth poll, 61 percent of Americans say the way President Donald Trump is handling nationwide protests is actually worsening things, not making them better.

Most Americans (61%) say that Trump’s handling of the protests has made the situation worse and just 24% say he has made it better. These results are basically unchanged from late June (62% worse and 20% better). Nearly 9 in 10 non-Republicans say Trump has made the situation worse, including 88% who are white, 87% who are Black, and 86% who are of another racial minority group. Republicans and GOP-leaners stand alone in their feeling that the president has made the situation better (46%) rather than worse (30%). These findings are similar to the late June poll results,” Monmouth observes. read more