close Video Oz, Fetterman showdown has taken center-stage in midterms battle: Here is what Pennsylvania voters had to say Voters in a rural Pennsylvania county were split when it came to the heated battle for U.S. Senate brewing in the state between Democratic nominee Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and Republican nominee Dr. Mehmet Oz, a political newcomer. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! With six weeks to go until November’s elections, a new public opinion poll in the crucial battleground state of Pennsylvania indicates that Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is ahead of GOP nominee Mehmet Oz in the race for Senate, with Democratic state Attorney General Josh Shapiro leading Republican state Sen. Doug Mastriano by double digits in the gubernatorial showdown. Fetterman tops Oz, the cardiac surgeon and celebrity doctor, 51%-44% among those likely to vote in the general election, according to a Marist College Poll in Pennsylvania … [Read more...] about Pennsylvania showdowns: Fetterman topping Oz, Shapiro leading Mastriano, in new poll
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I’m a fan of ironic nicknames: big men named “Tiny,” bald dudes who go by “Curly,” etc. But in politics there’s no nickname more ironic than RINO, short for “Republican in Name Only.” Originally it was supposed to describe Republicans who went along with Democrats for political expediency. In the 1990s, when RINO really took off as a conservative epithet, it was usually aimed at either liberal Republicans like Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter or obnoxious Republicans who relished opportunities to break party ranks, also like Arlen Specter. Today it basically just means “not MAGA” or “insufficiently Trumpy.” Advertisement And that’s the irony, because the so-called RINOs are pretty much the only politicians who actually care about the Republican Party. Opinion Column: Sure enough, Trump is sucking the air out of the GOP’s midterm momentum By making himself the issue, Trump and his enablers are losing their advantage in making the midterms a … [Read more...] about Column: Why ‘RINOs’ would fare better in the Senate midterms than Trump’s MAGA candidates
close Video Constitutional law expert says Trump didn't receive due process during 'strictly partisan' impeachment inquiry Georgetown Law professor Randy Barnett joins Mark Levin to discuss constitutional law through the lens of impeachment. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! This is a rush transcript from "Life, Liberty & Levin," February 9, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. MARK LEVIN, HOST: Hello, America. I'm Mark Levin. This is "Life, Liberty & Levin." Welcome back, Professor Randy Barnett. How are you, sir? RANDY BARNETT, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL: So good to see you, Mark. LEVIN: It's a great honor. BARNETT: Here in the bunker. LEVIN: The bunker. BARNETT: Yes. LEVIN: Well, we're good friends. We've been for a while. You are the Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law School. You also teach Constitutional Law and Contracts. … [Read more...] about Constitutional law expert says Trump didn’t receive due process during ‘strictly partisan’ impeachment inquiry
For free real time breaking news alerts sent straight to your inbox sign up to our breaking news emails Sign up to our free breaking news emails B eneath the waves, two smouldering coals for eyes watch me with an intense, unyielding stare. Pristine white bodies float up elegantly from the depths, one after another, surrounding my kayak in the open water. Their ghostly pale faces with wide, Joker-esque smiles push closer. A long, powerful sound bursts up through the air, like a slowly deflating balloon, followed by silence and more expectant staring. I am having a one-sided conversation with a pod of curious beluga whales. The mouth of Churchill River in northern Manitoba, Canada , is calm and quiet on this chilly, overcast July day, but these bright white whales are not. Belugas, nicknamed “the canaries of the sea” thanks to their song-like sounds, are social, playful and highly communicative. They repeat their shrieks and tunes, floating around me in … [Read more...] about ‘We lock eyes, and time seems to stop’: A visit to Canada’s beluga whales
Eli Manning has some important family history that took place at the Rose Bowl , but he had never set foot in the historic venue until recently, when shooting an episode of “Eli’s Places” that’s focused on the epic national championship showdown between USC and Texas. “It’s different being from the South and growing up in New Orleans,” Manning said. “The Rose Bowl wasn’t as big or known for me growing up as for a lot of people. The whole history of everything behind it was really interesting.” The episode, which debuts at 9 p.m. Tuesday on ESPN+, features quarterbacks Matt Leinart of USC and Vince Young of Texas, who forged a friendship after that 2006 Rose Bowl. Young clinched a 41-38 victory with a fourth-down touchdown run in the waning moments. Advertisement USC Sports Looking back at the epic 2006 Rose Bowl game between USC and Texas L.A. Times Rams beat reporter Gary Klein recalls covering the 2005 BCS national championship game … [Read more...] about Eli Manning is a two-time Super Bowl champ. Why is he walking on at Penn State?