Many questions surround the blaze that enveloped a low-income high-rise on Wednesday. Make no mistake, those questions all have to do with British political issues.
As Bernie Sanders framed it in his congratulatory message to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after Thursday’s snap election, the war against “austerity and inequality” is only beginning.
Under Jeremy Corbyn, the British opposition party plans to raise taxes only on the wealthy and corporations to finance a progressive plan that includes eliminating university tuition.
The former FBI head thought he was being "pranked" when news broke that he had been fired, but Stephen Colbert points out he'd actually been "Trump'd."