The U.S. just shut the door on refugees

The number of refugee admissions hit 50,000, the annual cap set by the Trump administration. Ali Said, of Somalia, center, is pushed by refugee caseworker Mohamed Yassin, behind, as he makes his way into an elevator with his two sons Thursday, July 6, 2017, in San Diego. CREDIT: AP Photo/Gregory …

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Whoopi Goldberg Lays Into DeRay McKesson

Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson recently got a bit ahead of himself when he suggested in two now-deleted tweets that the filmmakers behind War of the Planet of the Apes dressed one of the apes in a blue jacket in an attempt to emulate his image. The View co-host …

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Tamron Hall to Develop Daytime Talk Show With Weinstein Television

Tamron Hall (photo via twitter.com) by Lori Lakin Hutcherson (@lakinhutcherson) According to Variety.com, former Today show co-anchor Tamron Hall is returning to return to daily television after leaving NBC News in February in the wake of the Peacock’s hiring of Megyn Kelly. Weinstein Television is working to develop a daytime talk show featuring Hall, who …

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Report: T.I. Is Suing Tiny Over Their Divorce

While it appeared as things between T.I. and Tiny were going well, new reports show that their divorce proceedings have just gotten a bit nastier, with the rapper counter-suing the Xscape member. According to theJasmineBRAND.com, the Atlanta MC issued his estranged wife a counter-suit seeking divorce, himself. Tip reportedly filed the counter-suit around the …

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<em>The Atlantic</em> Daily: High-Stakes Hearing

What We’re Following Comey’s Replacement: At his confirmation hearing today, Christopher Wray, President Trump’s nominee for FBI director, assured the Senate Judiciary Committee that he’d maintain his independence from the administration. Wray is a former federal prosecutor and served as the head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division. If confirmed, …

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