Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's "Green New Deal" has been receiving a lot of attention since she released the contents of the deal last week. Oh no, this?Yes. Many people ridiculed the deal, which featured plans to reduce carbon emissions over the next decade, but the freshman congresswoman's proposal received support as well. Cabot Phillips of Campus Reform ventured to the University of Miami to discuss Ocasio-Cortez's plan with students and gauge their thoughts on the deal. Phillips found that...TheBlaze
On Tuesday, several top national security officials appointed by President Donald Trump testified in front of Congress. Fox News host Shep Smith opened his show by discussing the ways in which their testimony proved a strong rebuke of Trump’s own foreign policy. According to FBI director Christopher Wray, the Russians have meddled in our elections and are “continuing to adapt their model” while “other countries are taking a very interested eye in that approach.” “OfRaw Story
A girlfriend shared online an interaction she had with her boyfriend. She asked for him to pick up concealer but first show it to her on his hand.Mail Online
A key hearing on Capitol Hill is appearing to draw a deeper divide between President Trump and the nation’s intelligence community. Stephanie Ruhle and Ali Velshi are joined by NBC’s Bill Neely and former Retired Four Star General Barry McCaffrey to discuss how the national security team contradicted the president.MSNBC.com
Michael Cohen, a former lawyer for President Trump, postponed planned testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee until later this month, marking the second time he has delayed a scheduled congressional hearing in recent weeks.WSJ
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Bloomingdale's is pulling a "Fake News" T-shirt from its shelves after a PIX11 reporter tweeted that message "delegitimizes" the work of journalists. Allison Kaden was shopping at the White Plains location Sunday afternoon when she spotted a mannequin wearing a shirt emblazoned with the phrase "Fake News," a politically charged phrase that was made popular by President Donald Trump.WPIX 11 New York
Troubled by widespread health and safety hazards uncovered by a Reuters investigation into U.S. military housing, Congress will hold hearings next month to ensure that “what we’re seeing now can never happen again,” said Michigan Democrat Gary Peters, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.U.S.