The infectious disease expert is being kept from appearing before a House panel to talk about the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic.
"Late Show" host offers a different take on what the day's news means for the president.
He's not going to "like" this one.
But don't you dare call it a monopoly!
When Dick Cheney appears before Congress to answer questions about his actions that caused the death and maiming of hundreds of thousands of people, some from incompetence, some as a result of outright lying- -- then he can come talk to us about Hillary Clinton testifying again.
Not facing and addressing the appropriate depth of experience is ill-informed and borders on malpractice. The more things change, the saying goes, more they stay the same. As more and more die by their own hand. It is shameful.
Investors have a "concern about the integrity of the marketplace," and U.S. markets are currently threatened with "an unwillingness
No matter what anyone tells you, it stands to reason that this European crisis is significant and will be around for quite a while longer. What will markets do?
Steve Landsburg, an economics professor at Rochester, said on his blog that Fluke's advocacy for having contraception covered
(Reporting by Dave Clark; Writing by Pedro Nicolaci da Costa; Editing by Diane Craft) "Federal Reserve is developing more