Comedy Central’s hit sitcom, "Broad City," returns in September for its fourth season. The show will include mentions of President Trump, however, his name will be bleeped out. On Tuesday, show co-creator and co-star Ilana Glazer told the annual Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour that she and her co-star Abbi Jacobson wanted to find a creative way of mentioning his name.
....Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military. ....victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.
An Arkansas woman was arrested on Tuesday after she allegedly stomped a 5-week-old puppy to death during a heated argument with the dog's owner, according to ABC affiliate KATV. Tonia Ingle, 37, of Pea Ridge, Ark., was arrested Tuesday on aggravated animal cruelty charges after a Washington County man told authorities that she had killed his dog a day earlier, according to KATV. On Tuesday, Ingle agreed to meet authorities to speak about the incident at a local Walmart, where she initially denied hurting the dog, but later acknowledged that she may have accidentally stepped on it, according to KATV.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos teamed up with Ivanka Trump on Tuesday at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, where the the pair read to a group of girls in an effort to excite them about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).The pair took turns reading "Rosie Revere Engineer" -- which Trump said is her 6-year-old daughter Arabella's favorite book -- to a group of 6-to-10-year-olds from the Boys and Girls Club and a local YMCA in the Washington, D.C., museum's SparkLab. ...
The Senate Judiciary Committee has dropped its subpoena compelling former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort to appear after reaching a deal to work together, according to sources close to Manafort and the Senate Judiciary Committee. The committee confirmed that an agreement was reached and Manafort will not be at a Wednesday committee hearing, as ordered in the subpoena. "Faced with issuance of a subpoena, we are happy that Mr. Manafort has started producing documents to the committee, and we have agreed to continue negotiating over a transcribed interview.
A California man has been arrested on a federal smuggling charge stemming from the seizure of a package that contained three live king cobras hidden inside potato chips canisters, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Special agents with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service arrested 34-year-old Monterey Park resident Rodrigo Franco on Tuesday, the DOJ said in a statement. On March 2, U.S. Customs and Border Control agents inspected a package sent from Hong Kong and discovered the cobras, a "protected and highly venomous reptile," according to an affidavit filed in the Central District of California.
In 'Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy,' William and Harry talk about their beloved mother as they remember her and her legacy.
Kent State University students Michelle Arendas and Josh Avsec swiped right back in September 2014 but hadn't met each other until now.
A California teen is accused of livestreaming a car crash that killed her sister, the latest incident people going live for seemingly sinister reasons.
Despite all the activity on the Senate floor Tuesday -- including a standing ovation for the recently cancer-diagnosed Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who flew back at the last minute to cast the decisive vote -- the chamber only passed a procedural measure to move forward and kick off debate on the repeal-and replace legislation that the House passed back in May. After the vote Tuesday to move ahead to debate, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., introduced two possible amendments that would swap out the House text entirely and replace it with new language. The first, a package that included the repeal-and-replace draft Senate leadership wrote up this summer but never made it to a floor vote, failed on a series of procedural votes Tuesday night.
A firefighter and a pair of girl scouts have proven to be a dog-saving duo. On July 19, the Bakersfield Fire Department posted a video on Facebook, showing firefighters rescuing a dog named Jack from a house fire. Firefighter Matt Smith went searching for Jack when his owner said he was missing.
The Senate voted 51-50 on Tuesday to move forward with a debate on health care reform, even though it was not clear what measure the body will be considering. Vice President Mike Pence cast the tie-breaking vote. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who was diagnosed with brain cancer last week, returned to the Senate floor to vote in favor of moving the debate forward.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has no plans to resign, despite the latest public criticism from President Donald Trump, according to a source familiar with the situation. At this point, the source told ABC News, Sessions is of the mind that he's going to keep his head down and press on.
Members of the House Intelligence Committee investigating Russia election interference questioned White House senior adviser Jared Kushner today on Capitol Hill for more than three hours. Kushner, who was under oath, answered questions from Republicans and Democrats about his meetings with Russian officials during the presidential campaign. "What he said publicly is the same things he said to us," Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Florida, one of the Republicans leading the investigation, said Tuesday.