Laura Ingraham: I’ve known Kavanaugh for 25 years — If this can happen to him, I tremble for our country

Laura Ingraham: I’ve known Kavanaugh for 25 years — If this can happen to...

The Ingraham Angle -Monday, September 17 On Monday, Laura Ingraham reacts to the accuser of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh coming forward. Then, Laura exposes the Democrats' hypocrisy on the accusations of Kavanaugh. Plus, coverage on President Trump declassifying Russia investigation documents. It’s 1991, all over again.  By now, most of you are familiar with…
Why did Christine Blasey Ford wait so long? I’ll tell you …

Why did Christine Blasey Ford wait so long? I’ll tell you …

The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh seemed all but certain a few days ago, until a woman named Christine Blasey Ford came forward accusing him of sexual assault when they were in high school. The alleged crime having taken place decades ago has prompted many to ask: Why did she wait so long? I can…
Brett Kavanaugh dismisses sexual assault allegations as ‘completely false’

Brett Kavanaugh dismisses sexual assault allegations as ‘completely false’

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh forcefully denied the sexual assault allegations against him on Monday, saying he's willing to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee “in any way” the panel deems appropriate to “refute” the accusations. Kavanaugh’s new statement comes after the White House said the committee was leaning toward inviting his accuser, Christine Ford,…
Climate Change Czar: U.N. Pacts Are ‘Changing the Weather’

Climate Change Czar: U.N. Pacts Are ‘Changing the Weather’

Patricia Espinosa, the executive secretary of U.N. Climate Change, made the astonishing claim Wednesday that nations are effectively “changing the weather” by following the measures established by the Paris climate accord. “By raising our ambition to address climate change. We are doing more than just changing the weather; we are building a better future, a…
Northern California wildfire death toll at 23, official says

Northern California wildfire death toll at 23, official says

Pictures and videos show the devastation wildfires have brought to the state of California this week, forcing thousands of residents to flee the destruction.At least 23 fatalities have now...
BuzzFeed reporter, after rebuke by Mueller, unable to explain discrepancies

BuzzFeed reporter, after rebuke by Mueller, unable to explain discrepancies

BuzzFeed News investigative reporter Anthony Cormier on Sunday declined to explain why his colleague Jason Leopold claimed to have seen documents proving that President Trump had ordered his former...
Devil May Cry 5: Release Date, Trailers, Characters & More

Devil May Cry 5: Release Date, Trailers, Characters & More

Capcom Nero and Dante have one thing in common – they get a kick out of hacking, slashing, and blasting demons. It’s been a while since gamers have seen Nero in action. After Devil May Cry 4 concluded, the series as a whole took a different direction. Capcom entrusted developer Ninja Theory with the production…
iOS 12 installed on more than 12 percent of devices in just three days

iOS 12 installed on more than 12 percent of devices in just three days

Why it matters: Apple's ability to get its latest mobile OS onto as many devices as possible as quickly as possible is once again on display, further highlighting Android's troubling and sustained fragmentation problem that nobody seems to care about. iOS 12 shed its beta designation on Monday when Apple released its new mobile operating…
Rep. Yoder’s India Lobby Offers $$$ to Jump Line for Green Cards

Rep. Yoder’s India Lobby Offers $$$ to Jump Line for Green Cards

A group of Indian visa-workers is offering to pay the federal government $1,500 per family to jump the line for green cards, according to a friendly report by the McClatchy news bureau. The proposed trade would send just $1,500 from each Indian family to the federal treasury in exchange for a fast-track to the hugely valuable prize of…
Sequoia’s Jess Lee Backs Maven, a Digital Health Startup for Women

Sequoia’s Jess Lee Backs Maven, a Digital Health Startup for Women

Sequoia Capital’s Jess Lee has made her fifth investment since joining the venture capital firm as its first female investing partner in late 2016. This time, she’s placing her bet on Maven, a digital health startup focused on women—and run by women, and funded by women. “This is the first all-female board that I’ve been…

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