Environmentalists say they believe that cattle ranchers and loggers and farmers are burning new rain forestland and creating a huge haze over the region.
Trump's incompetence was more obvious than usual this week.
"Not interested in learning anything in particular. And so he just sort of floats along day to day in this stew of chaos that he creates," Reagan said.
So they can save their own careers, no doubt.
The ad urges four key senators to stand up to McConnell, and it's running in their home states.
Republicans are so predictable.
"This is World War II Japanese-American family detention camp-style operation," Sen. JeffMerkley says about Trump administration's move to allow longer detentions of migrant families.
Cohen says no chance "whatsoever" for background checks until we have a new president.
"A Quinnipiac poll found that 94% of registered voters they support universal background checks. Are you listening to the voters or listening to the NRA?" the CNN anchor said.
"Last week we all heard the White House had their hands over their ears and didn't want to hear anything negative about the economy. There seems to have been a lot of change over the weekend," Stephanie Ruhle said.
He cites a study to blame Google, even though the study's author says he's wrong.
Stephen Sondheim told the man who makes the age of Trump a little more bearable that his lyrics were as good as anyone writing today.
The state of Georgia was already planning to phase out its ancient touchscreen electronic voting machines in favor of a new system based on ballot-marking machines.
For example, he said, researchers found that women are seven times more likely to be misdiagnosed when they are having a heart attack.
Mass murder always seems to inspire more mass murderers. This time, though, they were stopped before they could carry out their plans.