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The “Insecure” creator brought the audience to its feet with her funny acceptance speech, as she jokingly said she did it all on her own.
My heart breaks for Tasha, because I know her story and how it is going to end.
“You need someone who’s gonna listen to you and let you do your own thing like Issa and Molly,” she told HuffPost.
This previous Oscar winner Octavia Spencer also received Academy Award, Golden Globe and SAG nominations for Best Supporting
"Some of the congressional and industry concerns relating to Internet payday lending was understandable," the report reads
"If we wanted to get -- get on top of the vice president every time he says something flip and foolish or vulgar, we could
Gowdy has so far adroitly served as chairman, earning early kudos for an unexpectedly leveled approach. But the compliments
You don't need a crystal ball to see that immigration-reform legislation is dead. It is consistently one of the most difficult topics for any country to tackle, and we have the most dysfunctional, do-nothing Congress in U.S. history.
It's hard to defend the IRS on this one, but Issa's critique doesn't seem quite right. Click on the video above to find out
Issa has countered with a letter from the House lawyer, whose job is to defend Congress' actions, who argued in a 22-page
Democrats, from this point on, should adopt a very simple technique to disarm Republican squabbles about Obamacare numbers. To every figure quoted for people gaining health insurance, Democrats should end with "... and counting."
Under Operation Choke Point, the FDIC has warned banks against working with firms that defraud people. Working with fraudsters
The California Republican apparently thought better of proceeding with a census bill on Wednesday that had been panned as
"I gave you an opportunity to ask a question, you had no question," Issa responded, even as Cummings was insisting he had
Those familiar with Issa's online presence would likely not be surprised by his use of cats for political messaging. His
Issa said he voted with the Congressional majority because even a brief default would have had "immediate and catastrophic