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Stephen Z. Nemo

Stephen Z. Nemo
Originally from Los Angeles, Stephen Z. Nemo has been in the news business for more than thirty years. He made his way around the country: Arizona, the Bay Area and now resides in South Florida.

The Republicans’ ‘Seven Days in May’

Is Devin Nunes of the House Intelligence Committee one of the few people standing between American democracy and a legal coup? Why are Democrats so anti-Nunes?

Hillary and Huma: Distressed damsels of modern feminism

The authenticity of feminism apparently depends entirely on whether a woman's political ambitions are inextricably linked to loutish and creepy men. Ask Hillary and Huma.

The GOP does the Obamacare Sidestep

The GOP needs to repeal Obamacare in its entirety before it even begins thinking about a replacement.

Amazon Prime’s ‘Hand of God’: Lucifer meets his match

WASHINGTON, March 20, 2017 — When we last saw Judge Parnell Harris (Ron Perlman), he had agreed to disconnect his brain-dead son P.J. (Johnny...

Too titanic to tango: Argentina’s titanosaurs on Netflix

There is always more to learn about the massive giant dinosaurs. In “Nature: Raising the Dinosaur Giant,” now streaming on Netflix, naturalist David Attenborough helps us understand what the fossilized bones tell us about how these massive creatures lived.

What MSNBC won’t say: Trump paid his fair share in taxes

Some were shocked to learn that Trump paid $38 million in federal taxes on an income of $153 million.

No peaceniks required in The Walking Dead zombie apocalypse

It took a senseless death or a young person he loved to tilt Morgan over the edge. What would you do?

AG Sessions tells U.S. Attorney Bharara, ‘You’re fired!’

U.S. Attorneys are not lifetime appointees like those who warm the benches of the federal judiciary.

Truman and Bush: Our UFO presidents

Arnold told United Press that the mysterious, radiant objects flew “like a saucer if you skip it across the water.” And hence the term UFO was born.

Katy Perry, the Devil and sacred ground

The estate belongs to the nuns and they found a buyer willing to pay more than Katy Perry. And they don't have to sell to her. At least that is what they think.

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