Category: American Headlines

‘You're a traitor’: Furious GOP fundraising text angers conservatives after berating them for not giving enough money

A fuming fundraising text from the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) has angered Trump-supporting conservatives after it called them “traitors” for not donating enough money to the GOP. “You’re a traitor,” the NRCC boomed in a mass text, presented as a message in defense of former President Donald Trump against supporters who had “abandoned” him.…

‘The Americans aren’t listening to us,’ Russia says as major Moscow talks between Biden’s envoy and Kremlin’s diplomats break down

Relations between Russia and the US could worsen in the wake of long-awaited negotiations between the two countries that are making less progress than originally hoped, Moscow’s Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov has said. The verdict comes after US Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland arrived in the country on Monday to hold three days…

‘No malice intended’: Women’s football star says she got ‘all sorts of abuse’ after horror red-card tackle on rival (VIDEO)

Manchester City women’s star Georgia Stanway has apologized for her horrendous challenge which drew a red card in Saturday’s derby with Manchester United – but says she received a torrent of abusive messages online afterwards. England international Stanway, 22, received her marching orders after she chopped down Leah Galton in the first half of the game…

Ballon d'Or: Messi & Ronaldo make list but Polish marksman Lewandowski hotly tipped as FIVE Chelsea stars in running for accolade

The nominees for the prestigious Ballon d’Or award for the world’s best footballer have been revealed, with Lionel Messi in the running for a record-extending seventh win while Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski feature. The award by publication France Football was not given out last year due to the disruptions caused by the Covid pandemic…

‘There are a lot of myths’: Ireland boss suggests ‘virility’ fears over vaccines… as footballer who caught Covid twice shuns jab

The boss of Ireland’s international football team has offered conflicting views on vaccines to one of his stars who caught Covid twice – and has claimed that it is “better to be double-vaccinated” amid “myths” including virility. National team manager Stephen Kenny has warned that it would be “extremely radical” to follow the lead of…