Even without listening, US lives in Limbaugh’s media world
Limbaugh, the talk radio host who became the voice of American conservatism, has died. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)NEW YORK – You didn't have to like or even listen to Rush Limbaugh to be affected by what he did. Bumper stickers proclaimed, “Rush is Right.”“There is no talk radio as we know it without Rush Limbaugh. As Limbaugh's political strength became evident, many Republican politicians felt they couldn't cross him, or run the risk of alienating his millions of listeners, Hemmer said. “Many of these listeners didn't care if Rush Limbaugh crossed the line (of propriety),” she said.
Rush Limbaugh, radio king and architect of right wing, dies
FILE - This Nov. 5, 2018 file photo shows radio personality Rush Limbaugh introducing President Donald Trump at the start of a campaign rally in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Limbaugh, the talk radio host who became the voice of American conservatism, has died. Ad“The Super Nova of American conservatism,” heralded Ann Coulter. “Lies are facts.”Rush Hudson Limbaugh III was born Jan. 12, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., to the former Mildred Armstrong and Rush Limbaugh Jr., who flew fighter planes in World War II and practiced law at home. Rush Limbaugh was on the air, and the public figure who would become known to millions essentially was born.
Rush Limbaugh, voice of American conservatism, has died
Limbaugh, the talk radio host who became the voice of American conservatism, has died. Unflinchingly conservative, wildly partisan, bombastically self-promoting and larger than life, Limbaugh galvanized listeners for more than 30 years with his talent for sarcastic, insult-laced commentary. “We’re supposed to be horrified by the protesters,” Limbaugh told his listeners the next day after the Jan. 6 attack. AdRush Hudson Limbaugh III was born Jan. 12, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to the former Mildred Armstrong, and Rush Limbaugh Jr., who flew fighter planes in World War II and practiced law at home. He attracts more listeners with just his voice than the rest of us could ever imagine,” Beck wrote in Time magazine in 2009.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's book 'Persist' to come out in April
This combination photo shows Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., at the 110th NAACP National Convention on July 24, 2019, in Detroit and the cover of her book "Persist." (AP Photo, left, and Metropolitan Books via AP)NEW YORK – Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a book coming out about six key experiences and perspectives. “Persist” will refer to Warren's recent bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, won by Joe Biden, but is not a campaign memoir. Warren was represented by Robert Barnett and Daniel Martin of Williams & Connolly, where clients have ranged from former President Bill Clinton to a political rival of Warren's, Sen. Mitch McConnell. A portion of author proceeds from “Perisist” will be donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank, the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, the Worcester County Food Bank, and the Merrimack Valley Food Bank.
Hillary, Chelsea Clinton to tell unheralded heroes' stories
LOS ANGELES – Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea, are forming a film production company that they say will tell the stories of people whose voices are often overlooked. There have been generations of change-makers who have shaped and will continue to shape our world — often quietly, flying under the radar,” Hillary Clinton said in a statement. The son of business tycoon Sir Richard Branson is the founder of the boutique production company Sundog Pictures. HiddenLight says it also has plans to produce other documentaries as well as scripted and unscripted entertainment for TV, film and digital platforms. “The stories we tell and the experiences we share shape the way we see each other and help us understand our own unique place in the world," said Chelsea Clinton.
Bloomberg is considering Hillary Clinton as his running mate, says Matt Drudge
Hillary Clinton speaks onstage at 'Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton discuss their new book 'The Book of Gutsy Women' at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre on November 05, 2019 in Los Angeles,Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg is considering Hillary Clinton as a vice presidential running mate after positive internal polling about the potential pairing, according to the Drudge Report, which cited sources close to the Bloomberg campaign. According to Drudge, in such a partnership Bloomberg would change his official residence from New York to Colorado or Florida. Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ran for president in 2016, losing to Donald Trump in an election that served him 304 electoral votes and Clinton 227. Clinton was asked earlier this year by talk show host Ellen DeGeneres if she would consider running as vice president in the 2020 presidential election. Bloomberg has recently has been asked to answer for accusations the company he founded, Bloomberg LP, was discriminatory toward women.cnbc.com
AP names 'To Live and Die in LA' its top podcast of 2019
This image released by The New York Times shows cover art for "1619," named one of the top ten podcasts by the Associated Press. (The New York Times via AP)NEW YORK, NY – The top 10 podcasts of the year picked by The Associated Press. “1619," The New York Times. “The Viall Files,” Nick Viall. If you’re a “Bachelor” fan, you know Nick Viall.
Chelsea Clinton says she won't run for House seat
(CNN) - Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton on Wednesday dispelled rumors of a potential run for Congress to replace retiring Democratic New York Rep. Nita Lowey. When asked if she would ever run for office, the former first daughter replied, "I don't know, but right now, the answer's no." Clinton has previously offered a similar answer when asked about her potential plans for public office. She told Vanity Fair in 2017 that "one thing you may not know about me is I am not running for public office." Clinton also appeared on "Good Morning America" earlier this month with her mother, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Chelsea Clinton gives birth to third child
FILE PHOTO: Chelsea Clinton speaks on stage during the 30th annual GLAAD awards ceremony in New York City, New York, U.S., May 4, 2019. REUTERS/Eduardo MunozNEW YORK (Reuters) - Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, gave birth to her third child on Monday morning, she said on Twitter. This morning we welcomed our son, Jasper Clinton Mezvinsky, Clinton, who is married to the investor Marc Mezvinsky, wrote on Twitter. She and her husband had a daughter, Charlotte, in 2014 and a son, Aidan, in 2016. Her mother, Hillary Clinton, wrote on Twitter that she and Bill Clinton are thrilled at the news.feeds.reuters.com
Chelsea Clinton announces birth of 3rd child
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton announced the birth of her third child with husband Marc Mezvinsky on Twitter Monday morning. The baby is a boy named Jasper Clinton Mezvinsky. "This morning we welcomed our son," wrote Clinton in a tweet. This morning we welcomed our son, Jasper Clinton Mezvinsky. Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) July 22, 2019The 39-year-old welcomed baby Charlotte in 2014 and son Aidan in June 2016.cbsnews.com
Chelsea Clinton announces birth of 3rd child, named Jasper
Chelsea Clinton has announced the birth of her third child. Jasper Clinton Mezvinsky was born Monday. Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton celebrated the news. Bill Clinton tweeted that the grandparents are "overjoyed and grateful to meet" their new grandson. Hillary Clinton tweeted that she and her husband "are so thrilled."chicagotribune.com
Comparing Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump's convention speeches
Chelsea Clinton introduced her mother Hillary at the DNC on Thursday night. Ivanka Trump had the same honor when she introduced her father Donald Trump last week at the RNC. Mo Rocca and Major Garrett joined CBSN to discuss the differences between their remarks.cbsnews.com
Full Speech: Chelsea Clinton addresses the DNC
Hillary Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, addressed the DNC on Thursday night, recounting childhood memories and family moments with her mother. She spoke about Hillary Clinton's excitement "Facetiming" with her grandchildren and leaving notes for Chelsea when she was young. The entire speech can be watched here.cbsnews.com
Clinton Foundation foreign donors and its impact on Hillary in 2016
Campaign finance laws prohibit foreign interests from investing in U.S. elections. CBS News political director John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the investigation showing a company with close ties to the Chinese government giving generously to a foundation run by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton.cbsnews.com
Questions surround Clinton Foundation's foreign donors
Questions surround Clinton Foundation's foreign donors A CBS News investigation finds a company with close ties to the Chinese government is giving generously to the foundation run by Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton. This raises new concerns about Hillary's potential presidential run in 2016. Julianna Goldman reports.cbsnews.com
Awkward? Mitt Romney, Chelsea Clinton to rub elbows at dinner
Mitt Romney, Chelsea Clinton to rub elbows at dinner Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are set to attend an event. Sitting next to the couple will be Mitt and Ann Romney, who recently had some unkind words about Clinton's mother, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.cbsnews.com
Chelsea Clinton leaves hospital with new daughter
Chelsea Clinton leaves hospital with new daughter Chelsea Clinton left New York's Lenox Hill Hospital with her 4-day-old daughter Charlotte. She was flanked by husband Marc Mezvinsky and first-time grandparents Hillary and Bill Clinton. Norah O'Donnell reports.cbsnews.com