#MoscowMitch has been trending on social media, but what isn't trending is the very serious problems facing a group of Kentuckians McConnell and Donald Trump have tried to embrace - coal miners.
Are Trump voters having buyer's remorse? Do they agree with everything he's up to? Are they TRUE PATRIOTS? Susie is back and even more conservative than ever!
As Paul Ryan readies his strike on the Affordable Care Act, Trump voters are waking up to a cruel reality.
Tameron Hall talks with Kasie Hunt about the retirement and healthcare support for coal miners and how the issue threatens, albeit mildly, a government shutdown
In the face of public criticism, officials in West Virginia have change course and will allow a high school student to read a poem about coal mining disasters in the state.
News of the day for June 28, 1947 - threatened Coal Strike, Mississippi Flooding (again), Tornadoes in South Dakota, last of the former Japanese Fleet broken up, Paris Economic Conference reconvenes and the Population Bureau says Americans aren't getting any smarter, in fact are getting dumber all the time (now you know).
This story could have had a much worse outcome. Thankfully it looks like there's a good chance all of the miners will emerge safely after being trapped in the Chilean mine for some 69 days. It's too bad our media isn't taking this opportunity to
BagNews: 9/11 did not discriminate...so why must we? Facing South: The site where 7,000 coal miners battled police for five days in an effort to unionize back in 1921 is now at risk of being blasted to bits by coal companies after a
(The Paris Economic Conference of June 1947 - an endless drone of hammering things out) [media id=17351] Not one of the more exciting days in hist
(1970 Captured Syrians in the Golan Heights - A few appear to be smiling) [media id=17311] Sometimes the news just never changes. Take for example