Chuck Schumer Probably Shouldn’t Have Insulted Tom Cotton About Where He Was Eight Years Ago

Senator Tom Cotton

Sens. Tom Cotton and Chuck Schumer reportedly got into an angry confrontation on the Senate floor Friday over Senate Democrats delaying the confirmation of Rep. Mike Pompeo for CIA director, The Weekly Standard reports. Cotton was reportedly irate with Schumer’s delay of the confirmation vote and loudly accosted him on…

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The Numbers Are In For People Watching Trump’s Inauguration On Facebook

While President Donald Trump’s television viewership numbers from Inauguration Day rank him fifth among the presidents, his Facebook numbers easily put him on top. On Inauguration Day, some “60 million people on Facebook in the U.S. generated 208 million likes, posts, comments and shares related to the presidential inauguration,” Andy…

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Alaska Airlines kicks woman off flight for berating Trump supporter

Alaska Airlines confirmed Monday that a woman was kicked off a flight from Baltimore to Seattle on Saturday after videos posted on social media showed her harassing a pro-Donald Trump passenger. The Trump supporter, Scott Kotesky, posted a video of the incident on Facebook, which racked up nearly 4 million…

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Tidal announces partnership with Sprint

Jay Z’s artist-owned streaming service, Tidal, and Sprint announced a new partnership on Monday that will give the company’s 45 million customers unlimited access to Tidal, including exclusive content. In the deal, the telecommunications company acquired a 33 percent stake in Tidal; Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure will join Tidal’s board…

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Hubbs, Williams pace Tennessee past Mississippi St.

Robert Hubbs III and Grant Williams combined for 36 points in Tennessee’s 91-74 win over Mississippi State on Saturday at Knoxville, Tenn. Hubbs connected on 8 of 11 shots from the field, including his only 3-point attempt and finished with 19 points. Williams added 17 points. The Volunteers also received…

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‘Split’ shocks the box office with a $40 million debut

LOS ANGELES — Competing with a presidential inauguration, multicity marches and big-budget Hollywood productions, M. Night Shyamalan’s creepy psychological thriller “Split” pulled off a surprising opening weekend victory, pulling in an estimated $40.2 million. The low-budget “Split,” which cost a reported $9 million to make, blew away predictions that it…

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