Trump ditches fellow GOP candidates to negotiate separate debate deal with networks

Trump ditches fellow GOP candidates to negotiate separate debate deal with networks

Arturo Garcia Donald Trump will not join his fellow Republican presidential candidates, and will instead negotiate his own deals with television networks concerning future debates, the Washington Post reported. The real estate mogul’s decision came a day after officials representing 11 GOP campaigns put together a letter on Sunday to be sent to network hosts.

It’s time to acknowledge Bill Clinton dominated his era just as Reagan did his

It’s time to acknowledge Bill Clinton dominated his era just as Reagan did his

History News Network It’s time to take Bill Clinton, his presidency, and his times seriously. Historians dithered before getting right with Reagan, letting their political and intellectual disdain discourage thoughtful scholarship for over two decades after his inauguration. Then, suddenly, there was a Reagan love-in, with even some liberal historians writing surprisingly admiring books about

Review finds economics research is usually not replicable

Review finds economics research is usually not replicable

The Conversation A sense of crisis is developing in economics after two Federal Reserve economists came to the alarming conclusion that economics research is usually not replicable. The economists took 67 empirical papers from 13 reputable academic journals. Without assistance from the original researchers they were only able to get the same result in a

New Hillary Clinton ad advocates gun control

New Hillary Clinton ad advocates gun control

Reuters Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released her first ad targeting gun control on Tuesday, a month after pledging to take on the powerful U.S. gun lobby. The 30-second spot uses footage from an Oct. 5 town hall in Manchester, New Hampshire, where Clinton said she would pursue expanded background checks and take steps to

Larry Wilmore tries to teach Rand Paul ‘the dozens’ — and it goes as hilariously wrong as you’d expect

Larry Wilmore tries to teach Rand Paul ‘the dozens’ — and it goes as hilariously wrong as you’d expect

Travis Gettys Larry Wilmore sat down for some soul food with a visibly uncomfortable Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for a hilariously awkward segment. The “Nightly Show” host took the Republican presidential candidate to Southern Hospitality BBQ in New York City, and Paul explained what set him apart from his rivals. “What’s extraordinary about what I’m