Politics

“I look forward to returning to work in the Senate later this week and thank the medical team for their excellent care," the Maryland Democrat said.
In this case, "BBC" doesn't mean what this guy thinks it does.
"Who would have ever suspected a creature like Donald Trump would become president" and appoint 3 "anti-freedom judges to court?" she asked.
"Uh, well, no," the White House chief medical adviser said.
The former president also failed to offer any condolences or express sadness about the racist mass shootings in Buffalo, New York.
“No community seemingly is safe from these mass shootings," said Mayor Byron Brown, who urged lawmakers to tackle what has become a “uniquely American phenomenon.”
Fetterman said he is “well on my way to a full recovery” and he doesn’t expect his hospitalization to deter his campaign.
The governor went after tech platforms and right-wing figures who enable the rhetoric a white supremacist used when he shot 13 in her hometown of Buffalo.
“They’re biased, and they have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious,” the former first lady told Fox News in her first interview since leaving the White House.
"Rich man doesn’t want higher taxes, a shocking development," sniped a critic on Twitter.