Malia Obama has landed a summer internship on the set of HBO’s raunchy show Girls during which she’ll be working with actress and proud feminist Lena Dunham, according to a report in US Weekly.
Morgan is a Staff Writer at Red Alert Politics. She is originally from western Massachusetts, and she graduated from Boston College in May of 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Mathematics. While at Boston College, Morgan worked for the English Department and wrote for and edited BC’s conservative paper The Observer, serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the newspaper for 2012. She worked at The Washington Examiner in Washington, D.C., as a CN intern during the summer prior to her senior year of college. She served as the year-long Collegiate Network fellow at USA TODAY until June of 2014. You can follow Morgan on Twitter at @mchalfant16.
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Republican presidential candidates are weighing in on Donald Trump’s controversial statements about Mexican immigrants, and the general consensus appears to be trending negative on Trump.
The Democratic presidential candidate resorted to literally roping off the press as she walked in a Fourth of July parade Saturday in Gorham, New Hampshire, as reports CNN.
In a message posted to Facebook Friday afternoon, actor and gay rights advocate George Takei apologized to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for heatedly labeling him a “clown in blackface.”
The 2012 GOP presidential nominee remarked Saturday at a Fourth of July parade in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, that Trump’s comments about Mexican immigrants have hurt the Republican Party, as reports CNN.
We already knew that Hillary Clinton was tight with Hollywood’s music stars, but the Democratic presidential candidate appears to have several celebrity friends that she is just dying to show off on social media.
Ever the Hollywood fan, President Obama made a clever cinematic reference during his remarks on the economy in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Thursday afternoon.
The share of Americans identifying themselves as “extremely proud” to hail from the United States is waning, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday.
Actor George Takei is not shy about his anger towards Clarence Thomas in the wake of the Supreme Court justice’s dissent in the court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage nationwide last week.
NBC Universal announced Monday via a press release that the network would be ending its business relationship with Donald Trump because of his “derogatory statements” about Mexicans in his presidential announcement speech.
According to individuals close to the vice president, both of Biden’s sons — Hunter and Beau before his death — expressed desire for him to make a bid for the presidency in 2016, reports the Wall Street Journal.
During an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that aired on This Week Sunday, the Independent Vermont senator and Democratic presidential candidate declared that he believes he will win the race for the White House in 2016.
Ahead of a planned Tuesday announcement event, the New Jersey governor has launched his campaign website — www.chrischristie.com — advertising his tagline, “Telling it like it is.”
The Republican presidential candidate was specifically commenting on the historic Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage that came down Friday, explaining that he supports “traditional marriage.”
During an appearance on ABC’s This Week Sunday, the Republican presidential candidate complimented President Obama on the eulogy he delivered Friday in South Carolina at the funeral for Reverend Clement Pinckney.
Comedian Amy Schumer confirmed to The Daily Beast Friday that she was in fact offered the position of host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show ahead of Jon Stewart’s departure.
A Fox News poll released Wednesday demonstrates that the former Florida governor is the favored candidate among likely Republican primary voters, while the business mogul follows in second.
A die-hard fan of the Democratic presidential candidate recently penned an op-ed in USA TODAY during which she blasts Clinton for perpetuating the abuse of unpaid interns.
The Republican presidential candidate’s campaign sent a document to wealthy Republican Millennials teasing an “evening picnic” in Kennebunkport, Maine, to which the individuals could secure an invite if they raise a sufficient amount of money for Bush.
Street artist Shepard Fairey, who is famous for creating the “Hope” poster for Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election, is being met with felony charges in Detroit, Michigan, for allegedly pasting graffiti on properties in the city without permission.