Entertainment Music 

New Year’s Eve: Camila Cabello, Kanye West & More Reflect On 2018, Celebrate the New Year on Social Media

On New Year’s Eve, some stars are getting nostalgic about the year behind them, while others are partying their way into 2019.  From Camila Cabello to Kanye West, artists have been ringing in the new year by sharing their thoughts and celebrations across social media. “Looking back on this year, I’ve never felt more alive, never felt the experience of being a human more intensely,” Cabello wrote. “I’m exhausted. LOL. But that’s how I want it. 2018. I’ve never been more in love with life than I was this year.” “2018 was…

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Breaking News Politics 

Ocasio-Cortez ‘Disappointed’ at McCaskill for Calling Her a ‘Thing’

Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) shot back at outgoing Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), criticizing her for calling her a “thing” and referring to her as a “bright shiny new object.” The 29-year-old self-described Democratic Socialist tweeted Saturday afternoon that McCaskill’s remarks were “disappointing”: Not sure why fmr Sen. McCaskill keeps going on TV to call me a “thing” and “shiny object,” but it’s pretty disappointing. McCaskill promised she’d “100% back Trump up” on his anti-immigrant rhetoric & lost. In MO, almost all progressive ballot issues won. https://t.co/53qKvnr8KG — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC)…

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Breaking News Politics 

Trump’s Historic Impact on Judiciary in 2018 Promises Even Greater Gains in 2019

President Donald Trump has had as much impact on the third branch of government in two years as most presidents have in two full terms, and the new Senate opens the door for the second half of his first term to be even more significant than the first half. The Senate in 2018 confirmed 67 federal judges to lifetime appointments: one Supreme Court justice, 18 judges to the U.S. courts of appeals, and 48 judges to the federal district courts (which is where trials are conducted). Combined with the 2017…

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