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tucker carlson insists univsion’s jorge ramos is whiter than him because he ‘has


fox news host tucker carlson confronted univision’s jorge ramos over recent comments he made about immigration. carlson quoted ramos’ words that the united states is just as much “our country” as it is “theirs,” adding “let me repeat this, ‘our country, not theirs.'”he then asked ramos who is “us” and who is “they.” ramos responded by explaining that it is “our country, it is yours, it is mine, and it is ours,” and then argued that the problem is with much of trump’s support base thinking that the u.s. is “their” country, and that it is a “white country.”“they are absolutely wrong,” ramos said. carlson again pushed back against ramos’ comments, asking him to clarify who he means by “white people.”“you are white, obviously. you have blue eyes,” said carlson. “you’re whiter than i am, you ha






tucker carlson melts down after bill nye schools him on climate change


fox news host tucker carlson bit off more than he could chew monday night when he tried to go head to head with ‘science guy’ bill nye over climate change.the combative fox host pressed nye to explain why people shouldn’t be skeptical about climate change, with the popular science explainer telling carlson, “climate change denial is denial.”“the evidence for climate change is overwhelming,” nye told an open-mouthed carlson. “so we’re looking for an explanation for why you guys are having so much trouble with this.”“i think most people are open to the idea of climate change,” carlson parried. “the core question, from what i can determine, is why the change?”calrlson attempted to get nye to establish a “degree” to which climate change can be linked to human activity, with nye backing him up






carlson skewers wapo's bible bashing


fox news’s tucker carlson slammed the washington post‘s shoddy religious reporting monday night by saying one of their reporters is an expert in fake news because she writes it.carlson began by mocking wapo’s new, over-the-top slogan, “democracy dies in darkness.”“perhaps no publication in american media wears its moral superiority more proudly than the washington post,” carlson mocked. “they’re so much better than you.”“their slogan conveniently implies both that the post represents the forces of light, and anyone who doesn’t like it is trying to kill america’s free news, and maybe america itself,” he said.”the post has spent a awful lot of time denouncing points of view it disagrees with as ‘fake news.'”carlson then proceeded to talk about a story published the washington post by caitlin






carlson rezidor group reports more hotel openings but flat revenue


carlson rezidor hotel group said tuesday it opened the most hotels since the great recession but experienced a marginal decline in revenue last year.the group, which is known for its country inns & suites and radisson brands, said it opened 77 hotels worldwide, the most since 2009, and signed 122 new properties last year. currently, its portfolio includes 1,143 hotels and more than 180,000 rooms.revenue was $7.2 billion in 2016, down from $7.3 billion in 2015.the results come a few months after chinese conglomerate hna tourism group co. took a controlling stake in minnetonka-based carlson in december."i am delighted to join this organization and look forward to working with the leaders of our regions and strengthening our partnership with rezidor on developing strategies that further posit






fox’s tucker carlson berated an actor who he falsely portrayed as an anti-trump


after fox news’ tucker carlson’s request for an on-air debate with olga lexell — a co-organizer of the national not my president’s day protests on monday, feb. 20 — was turned down, the conservative pundit instead booked an actor and casting agent from los angeles, the daily beast reports.lexell repeatedly turned down carlson’s invite to appear on the segment, which prompted him to hire someone who lexell said “was not affiliated in any way with our rallies and was not an organizer.”shane saunders, the hired actor and casting agent, was referred to on the segment as an organizer of the event, both on the screen and by carlson. “it’s frustrating because, with the exception of one person, all of the organizers are women,” lexell said to the daily beast.lexell added, “for a man who knows noth






rotary club of campbell recognizes bob carlson as rotarian of the year


before campbell rotary club president jennifer carauddo could present the rotarian of the year award, she first had to call the recipient to see if he would even accept it.“he’s not one for recognition,” says carauddo.to carauddo’s surprise, robert “bob” carlson told her he would accept the award, which recognizes a rotarian for service extending beyond the community service club.carlson, who has been a club member since 2011, has organized annual park clean-ups and tree plantings and has helped organize community events such as the annual easter parade, bunnies and bonnets and the campbell community toy drive.“bob has the uncanny ability to get others engaged,” says paul resnikoff, a rotarian and the city’s vice mayor. “i’ve never heard him say ‘no’ to a project.”according to carauddo, ca






trump tries to walk back phone tapping claim on fox


president donald trump defended his obama wiretapping claims during an interview with fox news host tucker carlson that will air wednesday night at 9 p.m. et.on tuesday, msnbc host rachel maddow revealed she had obtained trump’s 2005 tax returns, which trump will address with carlson.“i have no idea where they got it but it’s illegal,” he explains.the president will also comment on his allegations that former president barack obama wiretapped trump tower ahead of the election, in an attempt to walk back his phone tapping claim.“wiretap covers a lot of different things,” trump tells carlson. “i think you’re going to find some very interesting items coming to the forefront over the next 2 weeks.”here are the first excerpts from president trump’s interview on “tucker carlson tonight.” on the






gretchen carlson says ending mandatory arbitration now 'my mission'


washington – former fox news anchor gretchen carlson stood in a senate meeting room tuesday and talked about sexual harassment. the minnesota native and former miss america did not discuss the particulars of her claims of inappropriate conduct that cost fox news chief roger ailes his job. carlson focused instead on mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts that can turn cases like hers into dirty little secrets.arbitration that forces employees into secret hearings conducted by company-picked decisionmakers “silences survivors of sexual harassment,” carlson said.she spoke surrounded by minnesota sen. al franken and other democratic members of the senate and house who are introducing various measures to allow aggrieved employees and customers a day in court if they so choose.so






gretchen carlson says ending mandatory arbitration 'has become my mission'


washington – former fox news anchor gretchen carlson stood in a senate meeting room tuesday and talked about sexual harassment. the minnesota native and former miss america did not discuss the particulars of her claims of inappropriate conduct that cost fox news chief roger ailes his job. carlson focused instead on mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts that can turn cases like hers into dirty little secrets.arbitration that forces employees into secret hearings conducted by company-picked decisionmakers “silences survivors of sexual harassment,” carlson said.she spoke surrounded by minnesota sen. al franken and other democratic members of the senate and house who are introducing various measures to allow aggrieved employees and customers a day in court if they so choose.so






gretchen carlson says ending mandatory arbitration 'has become my mission'


washington — former fox news anchor gretchen carlson stood in a senate meeting room tuesday and talked about sexual harassment. the minnesota native and former miss america did not discuss the particulars of her claims of inappropriate conduct that cost fox news chief roger ailes his job. carlson focused instead on mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts that can turn cases like hers into dirty little secrets.arbitration that forces employees into secret hearings conducted by company-picked decisionmakers “silences survivors of sexual harassment,” carlson said.she spoke surrounded by minnesota sen. al franken and other democratic members of the senate and house who are introducing various measures to allow aggrieved employees and customers a day in court if they so choose.so






watch bill nye refuse to answer basic questions about global warming


bill nye the science guy joined fox news’s tucker carlson on monday to talk about global warming, but refused to answer any basic questions about it, and instead went on a weird rant about the white house.when carlson asked nye to what degree human activity is causing climate change, nye refused to answer. instead he went on a lengthy, meandering diatribe about dinosaurs and the ice age.“i’m asking you a simple question about the rate of climate change,” carlson said. “i’m asking you a simple question and because, since the science is settled, i hope you can answer it in simple terms, which is: without human activity, how long would it have taken for us to reach this level of warmth in our climate.”“it’s not clear that it would have happened,” nye said. “humans have changed the climate so






mckay coppins on paul ryan, white house media coverage, and tucker carlson


mckay coppins, staff writer at the atlantic and author of “the wilderness,” joins federalist radio to discuss the healthcare fail by paul ryan and the gop’s scramble to legislate. coppins also shares about his interactions with donald trump and his profile of fox news host tucker carlson.“you can make just as much of a case against house leadership,” he said. “sure, maybe [paul ryan] is a policy entrepreneur. he has popularized ideas within his party, but he is not a legislator. he doesn’t have a lot of experience actually translating those ideas into law.”coppins discusses tucker carlson’s “eviscerating” interviews, and makes the case that he is now one of the most powerful people in media. “not only does he have one of the highest rated shows on cable news, he also counts president trump






bill nye offers global warming hysterics in response to tucker carlson, then exp


share thistagsbernie sanders global warmingbill nyeblame global warmingclimate changefox newsfox news channelglobal warmingglobal warming hoaxglobal warming legislationindia floodingliberal biasliberal stoogeliberals vs conservativesscience newstucker carlsonus newstucker carlson interviewed bill nye about global warming in the wake of claiming deniers suffer from “cognitive dissonance.” nye offered up talking points, debunked facts and other hysterics about global flooding.“the evidence for climate change is overwhelming,” nye told an open-mouthed carlson. “so we’re looking for an explanation for why you guys are having so much trouble with this.”“i think most people are open to the idea of climate change,” carlson parried. “the core question, from what i can determine, is why the change?






journalist juan antonio vargas smacks down fox’s tucker carlson


fox news host tucker carlson got into a shouting match with a journalist defending undocumented immigrants on tuesday night, with his guest slapping him down as a “pundit” who only deals in opinions.jose antonio vargas, who outed himself as also being undocumented in 2011, was immediately criticized by the fox host for having the audacity to criticize current u.s.immigration policies.vargas, who e from the philippines at age 12, noted the difference between how the u.s. treats immigrants from the u.s. protectorate before carlson cut him off, saying, “you’re not 12 now and you’re making the case, in effect, that the u.s. doesn’t have a right to say to people who are here illegally, ‘you’re not allowed to be here.'”“wait a second,” vargas protested, “the country has a right to define its bor






court: wisconsin bell discriminated against worker


madison, wis. — a wisconsin appeals court says state labor officials properly determined that wisconsin bell's decision to fire a bipolar employee amounted to discrimination.according to court documents, wisconsin bell fired charles carlson in 2011 for engaging in electronic chats with co-workers and leaving work early one day. carlson maintained he was reacting to news he didn't get a promotion, he was looking for support as his therapist had suggested and he doesn't react like other people.the labor industry review commission found the company fired carlson because of his disability in violation of employment discrimination laws.the 1st district court of appeals ruled tuesday that the commission's interpretation was reasonable and there's enough evidence to support imposing liability on






mercedes-benz pulls ads from ‘the o’reilly factor’ over sexual harassment settle


the luxury car bran mercedes-benz on monday pulled its advertisements from fox news’ “the o’reilly factor” following reports that five women have alleged sexual harassment by the host, cnn reports.in a statement to cnn money, mercedes-benz said it “reassigned” advertisements originally set to appear on “the o’reilly factor” in light of news that o’reilly and fox have made about $13 million in layouts to face women to settle claims of sexual harassment.“yes, we had advertising running on the o’reilly factor (we run on most major cable news shows) and it has been reassigned in the midst of this controversy,” donna boland, manager of corporate communications at mercedes-benz, told cnn. “the allegations are disturbing and, given the importance of women in every aspect of our business, we don’t






fox’s tucker carlson berated anti-trump actor after he couldn’t book the rally o


[editor’s note: raw story previously referred to shane saunders as a hired actor. saunders is an actor based in los angeles and is also active in anti-trump protests. raw story regrets the error.]after fox news’ tucker carlson’s request for an on-air debate with olga lexell — a co-organizer of the national not my president’s day protests on monday, feb. 20 — was turned down, the conservative pundit instead booked an actor and casting agent from los angeles, the daily beast reports.lexell repeatedly turned down carlson’s invite to appear on the segment, which prompted him to invite someone who lexell said “was not affiliated in any way with our rallies and was not an organizer.”shane saunders, the actor and casting agent who joined the segment, was referred to as an organizer of the event,






lawmakers reject plan to expand casinos in north dakota


bismarck, n.d. (ap) — republicans who control the north dakota house rejected their leader’s plan thursday to more than double the number of casinos in the state, a push some lawmakers viewed as a threat of payback against american indian tribes for protesting the dakota access oil pipeline.under the proposal by majority leader al carlson, a fargo republican, voters would decide whether to change the north dakota constitution to add six state-regulated casinos to the five current ones on tribal land. the house defeated the proposal, 63-28.carson denied his bill was related to the protests against the pipeline led by the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux tribes. the state has spent millions of dollars in law enforcement and cleanup at camps near a disputed portion of the line.he argued






nasa returns priceless bag of moon dust to chicago-area woman after lawsuit


as a child, nancy lee carlson watched in fascination as the astronauts of apollo 11 bounced across the surface of the moon, collecting rocks to bring back to earth.she never dreamed she would come to possess her own piece of the lunar surface, her lawyer said. but after winning a landmark legal battle, carlson returned home to the chicago suburbs tuesday, the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind bag of moon dust.carlson had purchased the bag in 2015 for $995 when it was put up for sale in an online government auction because of a bureaucratic mix-up. but when the inverness woman sent the artifact to nasa to test it — and officials there found it contained the unique hallmarks of moon dust — they decided they would not return it.that prompted a legal battle that ended with a federal judge orderin






nasa returns priceless bag of moon dust to chicago-area woman after lawsuit


as a child, nancy lee carlson watched in fascination as the astronauts of apollo 11 bounced across the surface of the moon, collecting rocks to bring back to earth.she never dreamed she would come to possess her own piece of the lunar surface, her lawyer said. but after winning a landmark legal battle, carlson returned home to the chicago suburbs tuesday, the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind bag of moon dust.carlson had purchased the bag in 2015 for $995 when it was put up for sale in an online government auction because of a bureaucratic mix-up. but when the inverness woman sent the artifact to nasa to test it — and officials there found it contained the unique hallmarks of moon dust — they decided they would not return it.that prompted a legal battle that ended with a federal judge orderin






nasa returns priceless bag of moon dust to chicago-area woman after lawsuit


as a child, nancy lee carlson watched in fascination as the astronauts of apollo 11 bounced across the surface of the moon, collecting rocks to bring back to earth.she never dreamed she would come to possess her own piece of the lunar surface, her lawyer said. but after winning a landmark legal battle, carlson returned home to the chicago suburbs tuesday, the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind bag of moon dust.carlson had purchased the bag in 2015 for $995 when it was put up for sale in an online government auction because of a bureaucratic mix-up. but when the inverness woman sent the artifact to nasa to test it — and officials there found it contained the unique hallmarks of moon dust — they decided they would not return it.that prompted a legal battle that ended with a federal judge orderin






after winning fight with nasa, inverness woman ponders what to do with a bag of


nancy lee carlson has been getting 400 to 500 emails a day, she says, from people who want to see or buy her rare bag of moon dust.awarded the bag from nasa after a yearlong court fight, carlson, from northwest suburban inverness, says strangers have even come knocking at her door to see the bag, which was used to store moon rocks collected by apollo 11 astronauts.she hasn't decided what she's going to do with it, she said, but she certainly doesn't have it at home. the bag is now kept by a security firm in a remote location she says is unknown even to her.she had previously kept the bag in her bedroom closet and said she intended to show it at schools and bequeath it to her grandchildren, but she says with the publicity over the case that's not practical now."i'm thrilled we won," she sai






fox news offered contributor a big promotion — but only if she’d have sex with r


fox news got hit with another big sexual harassment lawsuit on monday, as contributor julie roginsky alleged that the network offered her a major promotion that she would get only if she had sex with former fox news president roger ailes.according to the suit, “fox news and ailes discriminated against roginsky… by making her deserved promotion to a regular spot hosting the five contingent upon having a sexual relationship with ailes.”the lawsuit also alleges that fox co-president bill shine “aided and abetted” ailes’ harassment against her, and also retaliated against her by “refusing to give her the promised permanent hosting position” because she did not agree to ailes’ demands. additionally, the suit alleges that shine also retaliated against her after she “refused to publicly disparage






lularoe's business is booming, but some sellers are fuming


lularoe, already fighting a lawsuit accusing it of improperly taxing customers, is now under fire from some of the very salespeople who have powered the multi-level marketer’s meteoric growth as a seller of women’s clothing.sales representatives with lularoe -- who are technically independent contractors -- have told cbs moneywatch the company misled them about the time and risks involved in launching a lularoe business, as well as the potential income people can earn from becoming a “consultant” who sells its merchandise. they also claim lularoe is slow to process refunds for products they buy that turn out to be defective.the sales reps spoke on condition of anonymity, claiming that lularoe has punished sellers who criticize it publicly by blocking them from ordering products.attorney br






nasa returns moon dust to illinois woman who bought it at auction


a chicago-area woman who bought the bag of moon dust from the government for $995 in 2015 — only to have it confiscated later by nasa — has won her court battle and on monday received her priceless dust back.chicago — a priceless bag of moon dust collected during the apollo 11 mission has been returned to a chicago-area woman after she won a landmark legal victory against nasa.nasa officials handed over the lunar dust bag — the only known one of its kind — at the johnson space center in houston monday, under court order.it marks the only known case in which a private citizen has won ownership of a lunar object that the government had previously sold, apparently by mistake, attorneys involved said.“it’s what every collector wants. you want to find the thing that’s super special,” attorney c






nasa returns priceless bag of moon dust to chicago-area woman after lawsuit


a priceless bag of moon dust collected during the apollo 11 mission has been returned to a chicago-area woman after she won a landmark legal victory against nasa.nasa officials handed over the lunar dust bag — the only known one of its kind — at the johnson space center in houston on monday under court order.it marks the only known case in which a private citizen has won ownership of a lunar object that the government had previously sold, apparently by mistake, attorneys involved said."it's what every collector wants. you want to find the thing that's super special," attorney christopher mchugh said of the bag, which has been called priceless and a national treasure.mchugh represents nancy lee carlson of northwest suburban inverness, who he said bought the moon bag from a government auctio






nasa returns priceless bag of moon dust to chicago-area woman after suit


a priceless bag of moon dust collected during the apollo 11 mission has been returned to a chicago-area woman after she won a landmark legal victory against nasa.nasa officials handed over the lunar dust bag — the only known one of its kind — at the johnson space center in houston monday under court order.it marks the only known case in which a private citizen has won ownership of a lunar object that the government had previously sold, apparently by mistake, attorneys involved said."it's what every collector wants. you want to find the thing that's super special," attorney christopher mchugh said of the bag, which has been called priceless and a national treasure.mchugh represents nancy lee carlson of northwest suburban inverness, who he said bought the moon bag from a government auction i






nasa to turn over apollo 11 moon rock bag to auction winner, per court order


nasa, following a judge's order, will turn over an apollo 11 moon rock bag to the illinois woman who bought the artifact at a disputed auction. judge vanessa gilmore, in the united states district court for the southern district of texas, ruled on friday (feb. 24) that nancy lee carlson's property was "illegally seized" by the space agency. gilmore ordered that the apollo 11 lunar sample bag be "produced and handed over" to carlson at nasa's johnson space center on monday (feb. 27). the finding brings to an end a nearly two-year dispute that landed the moon rock bag at the center of multiple lawsuits in two states. [nasa's 17 apollo moon missions in pictures] the zippered cloth pouch, which was labeled in bold black letters "lunar sample return," was used on july 20, 1969, as an "outer dec






fox news uses ridiculous g hic to prove steve bannon is better than isis leader


fox news host tucker carlson on wednesday took issue with a usa today op-ed comparing the worldviews of abu bakr al-baghdadi and steve bannon, providing a visual representation of the many, many ways in which the white house chief adviser is not, in fact, the leader of isis.in an op-ed published sunday, the usa today editorial board argued bannon and baghdadi “both harbor apocalyptic visions of a clash of civilizations between islam and the west,” and spin narratives for their followers of “sprawling conflict between believers of prophet mohammed and followers of jesus christ.”“apparently both see the battle between the u.s. and radical islam as a clash of civilizations, or something,” carlson said before inviting usa today deputy editorial editor david mastio on to defend the paper’s op-e






prosecutors: murder suspect accused of forcing boyfriend to drink bleach laughs


as a 26-year-old man lay in a hospital bed dying, his girlfriend who overpowered him and allegedly poured bleach in his mouth laughed, prosecutors said in court thursday.yasmine elder, 24, appeared before judge donald panarese who set bail at $1 million during a hearing at the leighton criminal court building.elder, 6400 block of south paulina street, is charged with first-degree murder in the attack which left darrius ellis dead.“the defendant admitted to pouring bleach on the victim and then laughed at the witness when she was informed that the victim might die,’’ said asst. state’s atty. joseph carlson in court.the couple had been dating about a month and on monday about 12:30 a.m., ellis picked her up from work in a minivan. while sitting in the van in the 6500 block of south bishop st






death penalty: more questions | the seattle times


john carlson poses three questions to death-penalty opponents. with regard to byron scherf, my question is, “why was a man with his history allowed to be alone with a corrections officer in a medium security facility?” the death penalty offered no protection to corrections officer jayme biendl. people like scherf should be held in maximum security.carlson then raises the issue of denying prosecutors use of threats of death and asks, “why is that a good idea?” i ask, “why does he think a death threat is the only possible way to get information from a defendant?”his third question is, “what exactly is wrong with washington’s death penalty statute?” he then asserts that those on death row are “overwhelmingly white.” blacks make up 37.5 percent of our death row, in a state with a black populat






dave chappelle speaks at ohio town meeting, asking for progressive policing inst


a new year's eve incident involving aggressive policing prompted comedian dave chappelle to speak out at a village council meeting monday in yellow springs, the small ohio town where he spent part of his childhood and now lives."huge gaffe new year's eve," chappelle said, after voicing his appreciation of the town's police force, saying that on two occasions yellow springs officers had protected him.yellow springs, a majority white town with a population of roughly 3,500, is the sort of place "where hippies slipped me bags of girl scout cookies" and "tibetan jewelry stores and fair-trade coffee shops dotted the main street," as rachel kaadzi ghansah wrote at believer magazine in 2013. at the end of each year, yellow springs locals gather downtown to lower a disco ball to the ground.most re






prosecutors: girlfriend laughed as boyfriend lay dying from bleach poured down h


a woman laughed when told her boyfriend was likely to die after she poured bleach on his face and down his throat, prosecutors said in court thursday.hours later, yasmine elder's boyfriend, darrius elder, died at stroger hospital."the defendant admitted to pouring bleach on the victim and then laughed at the witness when she was informed that the victim might die,’’ assistant state’s attorney joseph carlson said during a bond hearing thursday.the couple had been dating about a month. around 12:30 a.m. monday, ellis picked up elder from work. about an hour later, while sitting sitting in the van in the 6500 block of south bishop street , they began to argue and elder climbed on top of him, carlson said.elder, 24, grabbed ellis' dreadlocks and used her knee to hold him down, carlson said.mur






video of dancing target employee goes viral


chase carlson, 24, dances along to "juju on that beat" in nov. 2016 while working at super target in urbandale. the video he recorded of himself dancing has gone viral, again, where it has generated more than 3 million views and 22,000 shares on facebook.(p o: screens /facebook)des moines — what's so special about chase carlson? not that the oskaloosa native has been with target for two years and oversees a team of about 230 people at the super target in urbandale. but that his dance moves have gone viral — again.on nov. 8 carlson posted a video on his personal facebook page of himself dancing along to juju on that beat  — a hip-hop song created by detroit teens zay hilfigerrr and zayion mccall. his video, as of 9 a.m. tuesday, had over 3 million views, 22,000 shares and 6,000 comments.car






video of dancing target employee goes viral


chase carlson, 24, dances along to "juju on that beat" in nov. 2016 while working at super target in urbandale. the video he recorded of himself dancing has gone viral, again, where it has generated more than 3 million views and 22,000 shares on facebook.(p o: screens /facebook)des moines — what's so special about chase carlson? not that the oskaloosa native has been with target for two years and oversees a team of about 230 people at the super target in urbandale. but that his dance moves have gone viral — again.on nov. 8 carlson posted a video on his personal facebook page of himself dancing along to juju on that beat  — a hip-hop song created by detroit teens zay hilfigerrr and zayion mccall. his video, as of 9 a.m. tuesday, had over 3 million views, 22,000 shares and 6,000 comments.car






the latest: fox contributor files sexual harassment suit


new york — the latest on sexual harassment allegations at fox news (all times local):12 p.m.a fox news contributor has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against deposed chief executive roger ailes, saying she was denied opportunities after rebuffing his advances, and that current management sought to keep her complaints quiet.julie roginsky, a fox contributor, said that a promised position on the fox show "the five" never happened after she rejected ailes' sexual advances.in a complaint filed in new york state supreme court on monday, roginsky said she was pressured to join "team roger" to defend ailes when gretchen carlson filed the initial harassment complaint against him but that she refused. roginsky is being represented by carlson's legal team.she said that even though current fox exe






trump leaked classified cia intel to tucker carlson on live tv: ranking house in


pres. donald trump either leaked classified intelligence information to the world or told another whopping fib on tucker carlson’s fox news show wednesday when he said that the central intelligence agency (cia)’s servers were hacked under pres. barack obama.thehill.com reported that rep. adam schiff (d-ca) said in a press release, “in his effort to once again blame obama, the president appeared to have discussed something that, if true and accurate, would otherwise be considered classified information.”“i just want people to know, the cia was hacked, and a lot of things taken — that was during the obama years,” claimed trump wednesday night. “that was not during us. that was during the obama situation. mike pompeo is there now doing a fantastic job.”schiff said, “the president has the powe






new workout equipment will be installed in march at campbell park


users of the los gatos creek trail in campbell will be able to use new exercise equipment next month.weather permitting, new exercise equipment will be installed march 3 and 4 on the trail that loops around campbell park on gilman avenue, according to paul resnikoff, campbell vice mayor and co-founder of the campbell parks and recreation foundation.“it’s funny because this project is how the campbell parks and recreation foundation got started,” resnikoff said, adding this is the foundation’s signature project.the foundation supports park improvements, as well as civic engagement for all ages.the foundation will install nine new workout stations along the trail loop in the park. the 18 old, dilapidated wooden exercise structures have been removed from their designated spaces.“it’s exciting