Report: Trump Planning to Remove Kirstjen Nielsen as DHS Secretary

President Trump is planning to remove Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, potentially in the coming weeks, a new report claims. According to sources who spoke with the Washington Post, Trump has told his closest advisers that he will remove Nielsen from DHS, canceling a border trip scheduled for this week with the former George W. Bush official. …

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Ices Out Nancy Pelosi at Veterans Day Ceremony

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi got a frosty reception at a Veterans Day ceremony at the Arlington National Cemetery on Sunday, where she was seated in the midst of Trump administration officials. Pelosi was sandwiched among Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and Department of Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta. Behind Pelosi was the new …

James Woods Uses Social Media to Help Find Missing People in California Wildfire

Veteran actor James Woods is using his vast social media presence to help find missing people and animals displaced by the wildfires in Southern California this week. “I’m on the east coast and I’ve been at this for 36 hours. Please, followers, take over for a few hours using the hashtags , while we get …

WATCH: Terrified Bunnies Flee to Rock Wall to Escape California Wildfires

A half dozen wild rabbits were seen huddling for safety against a rock wall in Thousand Oaks, California, as their forest home burns in the Woolsey wildfire. Reminding everyone that these wildfires affect more than the lives of men, CBS cameras caught a small colony of frightened bunnies nestled against a rock wall on a …

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Refuses to Appear Before Canadian, UK Authorities

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly denied requests to appear before U.K. and Canadian lawmakers in relation to user data privacy breaches. United Press International reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has refused requests testify before UK and Canada lawmakers in relation to the company’s recent user data security issues. Starting with the Cambridge Analytica scandal …

Donald Trump and Melania Trump Visit Supreme Court for Brett Kavanaugh Investiture

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump traveled to the Supreme Court on Thursday for the investiture ceremony for Justice Brett Kavanaugh. White House reporters were unable to bring any laptops, phones, or cameras into the Supreme Court but took notes about the event inside. The Supreme Court said that Kavanaugh would not take …

Request Denied: Facebook Ignores Call for Zuckerberg to Appear Before Canadian

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has refused to testify before Canadian and British lawmakers about the social media giant’s data privacy breaches. Zuckerberg has previously faced questions from the U.S. Congress and Senate as well as the European Parliament. In his latter appearance, Nigel Farage accused him of “willful discrimination” against conservatives on the platform, …

Watch—Larry King Hits Former Network: CNN 'Stopped Doing News a Long Time Ago'

Ex-CNN talk show host Larry King mocked his former network in an interview with RT America on Tuesday, saying his past employer “stopped doing news a long time ago” to focus primarily on covering President Donald Trump. A partial transcript is as follows:  HOST RICK SANCHEZ: You know it’s interesting. As I listen to you I’m …

DNC Chair Perez: Trump Firing Sessions, Appointing Whitaker 'Worse than Watergate'

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Live,” Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez said President Donald Trump removing Attorney General Jeff Sessions and appointing Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general was “worse than” the Watergate scandal. Perez said, “There’s a law, and there’s a test that applies to what he just did. The law is the Vacancies Reform …