One year after her parents were murdered and she was kidnapped from her home, Jayme Closs is breaking her silence. While speaking to ABC News Monday, Closs said she feels stronger every day.
Teachers in Chicago are calling on district leaders to reduce class sizes. More than 1,000 members of local teachers unions marched on Monday just ahead of a scheduled teacher’s strike this Thursday.
The tables appear to be turning on CNN as a whistleblower launches bombshell allegations of bias against the network. In its latest investigative piece, Project Veritas claims to expose the anti-Trump culture at the highest levels of the news outlet.
Chinese exports to the U.S. have tumbled as President Trump’s tariffs take hold. Beijing’s exports to the U.S. fell 22 percent in September with total exports falling 3.2 percent. Imports also fell sharply and are down 8.5 percent from September 2018.
United Auto Workers is planning to raise strike pay for the nearly 46,000 workers still protesting against General Motors. One America’s Christina Howitson has more on the decision.
As investigators continue to investigate talks with foreign governments, Senator Rand Paul says it’s crucial both sides of the aisle are held accountable.
Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is accusing the Democratic National Committee and the New York Times of essentially hijacking democracy. Her latest criticism follows a new article published by the Times this week, which profiles her as a presidential candidate backed by many right-wing voters.
President Trump is defending his decision to pull U.S. troops out of Syria. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from the White House.
Several wildfires are still ravaging areas of Southern California, while firefighters continue to battle the flames. According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, progress has been made in containing the Los Angeles and Riverside County fires.