Here are 5 of the most ridiculous right-wing moments this week

Some right-wing craziness that occurred this week. Rep. Mia Love claims it was racist for Democrats to defeat her. With the election loss of Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) to Democratic Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, the incoming House GOP caucus will now have exactly zero women of color. And in a new interview on […]

Musk: “It’s Possible” Tesla Would Buy Shuttered GM Factories

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a TV interview that “it’s possible” that his company would buy several General Motors factories that the company has slated to close. Last month, GM announced plans to close five plants in Ohio, Maryland, Michigan and Ontario in 2019. Additionally, the automaker said it would cut its workforce by […]

Trump’s Exaggerated ‘Conflicts of Interest’ Claims

In a flurry of tweets, President Donald Trump stretched the facts when he alleged that special counsel Robert Mueller and his staff have “many” conflicts of interests: Trump falsely claimed that “the woman in charge of prosecuting [conservative author] Jerome Corsi” was “in charge of ‘legal’ at” the Clinton Foundation. Jeannie Rhee, a prosecutor on […]

Mueller Tells Court Manafort Lied in ‘Numerous Ways,’ Breaching Plea Deal

Special Counsel Robert Mueller said in a court filing late on Dec. 7 that Trump’s one-time campaign manager Paul Manafort had breached his plea agreement with the government by telling “multiple discernible lies” in several ways and on several occasions. Manafort pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy in September to avoid a second trial […]

Slack Hires Goldman Sachs to Lead Its IPO Planned for 2019, Report Says

Slack hired investment bank Goldman Sachs as the lead underwriter for its highly anticipated initial public offering, Reuters reported Friday. Slack is talking with investment banks to help underwrite an IPO, which could end up valuing the chat and workplace-collaboration software maker as high as $10 billion, Reuters said, citing unnamed sources. In August, Slack […]

More Than 9 Million People May Not Know They Have HIV, New UNAIDS Report Says

Roughly 9.4 million people may be positive for HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS, and not know it, according to a new report from UNAIDS, the United Nations joint program on HIV/AIDS. As of 2017, roughly 37 million people worldwide have HIV, according to the new report, which means one quarter of those […]

Puerto Rico MedCann.Biz Convention Kicks Off With a Major Boom

The fourth PR MedCann.Biz convention kicked off yesterday in Río Grande, Puerto Rico with great success. The convention, bearing the tagline “a road to better medicine”, brings together everyone from policy makers to patients for a two-day event dedicated to Puerto Rico’s medical cannabis industry. The first day alone brought in a record-breaking number of […]