Someone tried to raise money to buy Ben Jacobs new glasses before Jacobs said everyone should send the funds to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Kushner has not been accused of any wrongdoing, but is the only current White House official known to be considered a key person in the investigation.
Citizens of Idaho’s biggest city raised $30,000 after a local nonprofit’s memorial to Anne Frank was defaced.
Cars.com is the first company to pull its ads from “Hannity” amid a call to boycott the show due to the host’s promotion of conspiracy theories.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said that Israel “did a spot repair” and “cleared the air” after Trump gave Russia Israeli intel about an ISIS plot.
New York Observer editor-in-chief Ken Kurson was criticized for giving “input” to Trump’s speech at the 2016 AIPAC Policy Conference.
The Knesset is known for raucous debate, with lawmakers often yelling at each other, guests who testify to committees, and even foreign dignitaries.
Fox News retracted a report that floated conspiracy theories about Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee staffer who was killed last year.
Ossoff is polling strongly among self-defined “moderates,” beating his opponent 69% to 22%.
This is only the latest sloppy mistake by the White House communications team, which once referred to a terror attack in “Denmakr.”