President Donald Trump's bizarre advice on "raking and cleaning" forest floors to prevent wildfires may not have originated with Finnish President Sauli Niinisto as he claimed.
The practice of witchcraft in the U.S. has rise dramatically over the past few decades, with millennials turning to astrology, tarot cards and Wicca beliefs as they turn away from Christianity and other traditional religions.
As news of casualties and the devastation caused by a recent spate of forest fires broke last weekend, the president blamed California for the disaster while also threatening to cut federal payments to a state which had overwhelmingly rejected Trump and his party at the polls earlier this month.
At least 71 people have been killed in a series of fires across the state.
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“Governing is hard work and it’s about to get harder without Republicans controlling all the levers,” S.E. Cupp said, taking a swing at the president's reported "three-hour workday."
John Kasich said he "held out the hope for a couple years" that Donald Trump would unify the country, but has now become "convinced he can't."
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Republican lawmakers in Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin are taking steps to curb Democrats power before their state governments transition in January.
Steering away from possible candidates such as, "big-d*** energy" or the British derogatory term, "gammon," Oxford named the word "toxic" as the word of the year for 2018.