Daily Show host Trevor Noah isn’t mincing words when it comes to his approach to President Donald Trump, and Monday night was no exception, as he took to his show to tear down the executive order limiting travel for immigrants and refugees. “Do you understand how insane this is?” he asked. “People at the airport…

via Trevor Noah Targets Trump’s ‘Insane’ Immigration Ban — TIME

Your browser does not support iframes. Political commentator Armstrong Williams very clearly demonstrated the current administration’s hypocrisy in its stance in terrorism. Click on the audio player to hear more on this on The Russ Parr Morning Show. Follow @RussParrShow Keep Up With The Russ Parr Morning Show … LIKE Him On Facebook!

via Armstrong Williams Perfectly Demonstrates White House Hypocrisy On Terrorism [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] — Black America Web

The little girl is wearing a hijab and the little boy a kippah. Both are sitting on their father’s shoulders, smiling to each other and holding signs in protest of President Donald Trump‘s immigration order. The photo, shot by Nuccio DiNuzzo, a staff photographer at the Chicago Tribune, and published on Monday night, has since…

via How a Photo of Jewish and Muslim Kids Protesting President Trump Went Viral — TIME

It’s been five years since neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman fatally shot teenager Trayvon Martin in an incident that sparked a national conversation and the phrase of the the Black Lives Matter movement, but for Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, the loss still feels painfully fresh. Fulton and Martin appeared on The Daily…

via Trayvon Martin’s Father Says His Son Saved His Life: ‘He’s My Hero and He’s Everything to Me’ — TIME

The U.S. Senate voted 93 to 6 on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao as head of the U.S. Transportation Department, which overseas aviation, vehicle, train and pipeline safety. Chao, a former U.S. labor secretary and deputy transportation secretary, will face key decisions on how to regulate the growing use of drones and automakers’ plans to…

via Senate Confirms Elaine Chao to Run Transportation Department — Fortune

The U.S. Senate voted 93 to 6 on Tuesday to confirm Elaine Chao as head of the U.S. Transportation Department, which overseas aviation, vehicle, train and pipeline safety. Chao, a former U.S. labor secretary and deputy transportation secretary, will face key decisions on how to regulate the growing use of drones and automakers’ plans to…

via Senate Confirms Elaine Chao to Run Transportation Department — Fortune

President Donald Trump sat down with a host of major pharma company CEOs Tuesday morning to address pressing issues like high drug prices, the future of the FDA, and where treatments are produced. But a number of his demands will have a hard time becoming a reality. Meeting attendees included CEOs such as: Merck’s mrk…

via Why Big Pharma CEOs Won’t Meet Trump’s Latest List of Demands — Fortune

(SEATTLE) — Washington, Massachusetts and New York are becoming the first states to sue the Trump administration with filings announced this week over the executive order restricting refugees and immigration. They likely won’t be standing alone for long. Since Donald Trump was elected president, Democratic state attorneys general have been forming a coordinated wall of…

via These 3 States Are Suing President Trump Over the Immigration Order — TIME

President Donald Trump on Monday fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates for “refusing to enforce a legal order” that bans immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries, reports CNN. A White House statement accused Yates of betraying the Department of Justice, the report says: Dana Boente, US attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, has been named new acting attorney […]

via Trump fires acting Attorney General for refusing to enforce immigration ban — The Michigan Chronicle

Please enable Javascript to watch this video NORFOLK, Va. – ‘Can you hear me?’ It is a simple question, but police say answering it could make you the victim of a scam. Police in Virginia are now warning about the scam, which has also been recently reported in Florida, and, in 2016, in Pennsylvania. “Anytime…

via ‘Can you hear me?’ Scam has police warning people to hang up immediately — Tribune Media Wire

Two employees from a New Hampshire Burger King were arrested for allegedly selling pot to customers who said the code word “fries extra crispy” at the drive-thru window. Garrett Norris, 20, of Raymond, and Meagan Dearborn, 19, of Raymond, New Hampshire, were arrested after cops conducted an undercover operation on Jan. 21, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported. Police received…

via Burger King Employees in New Hampshire Accused of Selling Marijuana to Customers Ordering ‘Fries Extra Crispy’ — KTLA

Some T-Mobile customers will be receiving one full free year of the streaming TV service Hulu–a service worth nearly $100–thanks to a bizarre new offer from the wireless provider. T-Mobile says the deal is a way to make good to new customers who switched from AT&T to take advantage of a recent special promotion offering…

via T-Mobile Adds Free Hulu to Its Bizarre Strategy of Luring AT&T Customers With DirecTV Now — Fortune

(LONDON) — It took more than a year’s worth of beatings, sleep deprivation, psychological abuse and threats to his family before former Guantanamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg said he cracked and confessed to being a member of the al-Qaeda terror network. The only problem, he said, was that it was a lie. It was only…

via Rights Advocates Warn of Backlash if President Trump Pursues Torture — TIME

[ndn id=”31870876″] WASHINGTON – Sallie Mae has long drawn the ire of student loan borrowers struggling to pay back their debt. But as it turns out, they might have had a real reason to complain. On Wednesday, the federal government sued Navient, formerly part of Sallie Mae, for allegedly cheating borrowers out of their repayment […]

via Government sues America’s largest student loan company for cheating borrowers — kplr11.com

Donald Trump’s peso politics may end up poisoning American pocketbooks. On Thursday, President Trump floated a possible plan to pay for a wall between Mexico and the U.S.–a 20% tax imposed on importers of the stuff that is made in Mexico and shipped to the United States. And there is a lot of that stuff:…

via President Trump Says Mexico Will Pay for the Wall. But His Tax Plan Means Americans Will — Fortune

Marc Lore has wasted no time shaking up the ecommerce operations at Walmart WMT . He became president and CEO of Walmart eCommerce U.S. last August, when the company acquired his startup, Jet.com. Earlier this month, Lore went after ecommerce company ShoeBuy, acquiring it from IAC for $70 million. Then he revealed a new leadership…

via Walmart Layoffs Hit Ecommerce Division — Fortune