Trump is pushing Vietnam to accept deportees who have lived in the US for over 20 years
The Trump administration is reportedly pushing the government of Vietnam to allow the US to deport certain Vietnamese immigrants who have lived in the US since at least 1995. The move, first reported by Charles Dunst and Krishnadev Calamur for the Atlantic, applies to Vietnamese immigrants who have already been ordered deported — in most…
British Prime Minister Theresa May survives no-confidence vote
British Prime Minister May has survived a no-confidence vote from her Conservative Party, defeating a serious challenge to her leadership as she tries to steer the United Kingdom through Brexit chaos. May won the vote 200 to 117, which spares the Tories from a bitter leadership contest that could have derailed focus from Brexit for…
Mia Love wants the GOP to reach out to minority voters. The party is doing the opposite.
In November, after four years as the only black Republican woman serving in Congress, Utah Rep. Mia Love lost her reelection bid. As her time in the House comes to a close, Love has repeatedly stressed a message for her party: ignore voters of color at your own peril. In an op-ed published in the…
Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon studying ‘Managing Millennials for Dummies’
Joe Maddon will be managing by the book next year, and the book is Managing Millennials for Dummies. The Chicago Cubs manager will head to spring training just after his 65th birthday, a generation or two removed from his players and entering the final season of his contract. “You always think this ‘for dummies’ thing…
37 Gifts That Your Live-In Partner Needs & You Kind Of Want
A few years ago, my partner introduced me to a concept he calls "a baseball bat gift." It's a gift that you get for someone with the purpose of then using it yourself. For example, if you're someone who likes to play baseball, you'd get someone a baseball bat as a gift so you can…