‘Let’s Stop Fighting and Let’s Start Fixing.’ Joe Biden Settles on Election Theme

‘Let’s Stop Fighting and Let’s Start Fixing.’ Joe Biden Settles on Election Theme

Former Vice President Joe Biden has had it with partisan gridlock and political games. He thinks he can still find a way to work with rival Republicans. And he thinks President Donald Trump wakes up each morning determined to further divide America and Americans. In short, the Democratic frontrunner wants to pull his rivals in…

The U.S. Put Norman Mineta in an Incarceration Camp. Then He Went to Congress

The U.S. Put Norman Mineta in an Incarceration Camp. Then He Went to Congress

After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941, President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066, signed two months later, authorized the relocation of people of Japanese heritage — most of whom were U.S. citizens — to designated camps nationwide. One of those 10 camps was Heart Mountain in Wyoming, and one of the internees was a boy…

16-Year-Old Dies in U.S. Border Patrol Custody, the Fifth Migrant Child Death Since December

16-Year-Old Dies in U.S. Border Patrol Custody, the Fifth Migrant Child Death Since December

(HOUSTON) — The U.S. government says a 16-year-old Guatemalan died Monday at a Border Patrol station in South Texas, the fifth death of a migrant child since December. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement that Border Patrol apprehended the teenager in South Texas’ Rio Grande Valley on May 13. The agency says…

This Is How Game of Thrones Hinted Where Arya Stark’s Journey Would Always Lead Her in the End

This Is How Game of Thrones Hinted Where Arya Stark’s Journey Would Always Lead Her in the End

Warning: This story contains spoilers for Game of Thrones. When Arya Stark sets sail into lands unknown “west of Westeros” at the end of Game of Thrones’ final season, her choice to journey alone into uncharted waters may strike some with surprise. After all, with one brother sitting on the throne in King’s Landing, a…

Ford To Cut 7,000 Jobs, About 10 Percent of Its Salaried White-Collar Workers

Ford To Cut 7,000 Jobs, About 10 Percent of Its Salaried White-Collar Workers

(DETROIT) — Ford revealed details of its long-awaited restructuring plan Monday as it prepared for a future of electric and autonomous vehicles by parting ways with 7,000 white-collar workers worldwide, about 10 percent of its global salaried workforce. The major revamp, which had been under way since last year, will save about $600 million per…

Pro-Brexit Politician Nigel Farage Hit With Milkshake While Campaigning

Pro-Brexit Politician Nigel Farage Hit With Milkshake While Campaigning

(LONDON) — British politician Nigel Farage was hit with a milkshake while campaigning in the European Parliament election on Monday — the latest in a spate of attacks on politicians with the sticky beverages. Farage was left with milkshake dripping down his lapels during a walkabout in Newcastle, northeast England. Police said a 32-year-old man…

Cannes Review: Pedro Almodóvar’s Vibrant Pain and Glory Makes the Heart Pump Harder

Cannes Review: Pedro Almodóvar’s Vibrant Pain and Glory Makes the Heart Pump Harder

Pedro Almodóvar’s world is and always has been a world of color. He’ll ask his actors to perform the most delicately complex scenes in front of wildly patterned wallpaper. The furnishings in his characters’ apartments—hanging lamps in tangerine and turquoise, vases of flowers in tones beamed via radio signal from some far-off planet, couches that…

Your Game of Thrones Favorites Have the Most Emotional Tributes to the Show You Never Wanted to Leave

Your Game of Thrones Favorites Have the Most Emotional Tributes to the Show You Never Wanted to Leave

Before the final episode of Game of Thrones aired—and the debates poured in online— the cast who had spent years with their fellow citizens of Westeros bid farewell to each other, to their fans, and to the characters they inhabited for so many years. “I grew up with these people,” Maisie Williams told BBC Radio…

Justin Amash, GOP Congressman Who Called President Trump’s Conduct ‘Impeachable,’ Faces a Primary Challenge

Justin Amash, GOP Congressman Who Called President Trump’s Conduct ‘Impeachable,’ Faces a Primary Challenge

(GREENVILLE, Mich.) — Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan, the first Republican in Congress to accuse President Donald Trump of impeachable conduct, is facing a primary challenge. State Rep. Jim Lower (LOW’-ur) announced Monday he’s running for the western Michigan seat. The announcement came two days after Amash sent a series of tweets, concluding that special…

Huawei Phones Will Lose Some Google Services After U.S. Ban

Huawei Phones Will Lose Some Google Services After U.S. Ban

(BEIJING) — Google said Monday its basic services on Huawei smartphones still will function following U.S. sales curbs, but the Chinese tech giant faces the possible loss of other features and support. The announcement highlighted the growing damage to Huawei from Washington’s order. The company has said until now U.S. accusations it is a security…