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Molly Line is a news anchor and correspondent at a station which is affiliated to Fox News and entertainment. She is currently based at Boston.


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By Chris Wilson May 20, By Molly Ball January 20, By Molly Ball January 13, They heard him and obeyed.

Elizabeth Warren's Iowa Comeback Pitch Iowa could be make-or-break for Warren, who needs a comeback to re-establish herself as a top candidate. She hated it, too.

President Donald Trump simply would not stop talking—badgering, heckling, taunting and sniping at both By Molly Ball September 30, Down in the polls to an experienced, traditional pol, he had been reduced to spreading weird rumors and casting doubt By Molly Ball September 28, By Molly Ball September 23, September 21, The Speech Joe Biden Waited His Whole Life to Give Joe Biden gave the biggest speech of his life to a near-empty room, his words hanging in the air against a backdrop of hermetic silence. ly, she covered U. She is the author of Pelosia bestselling biography of the first woman Speaker of the House.

Professional life

The Hillbilly Elegy author and newly minted Republican Senate candidate is sitting No ceremony was held, no protesters gathered; snowflakes swirled in the air. Senator Bernie Sanders stood in the middle of the seven-candidate field, flanked by competitors all too aware that his lead in the Democratic primary is on By Molly Ball February 25, His hundreds of millions of dollars in TV had desperate Democratic voters casting him as a By Molly Ball February 20, February 12, By Molly Ball February 11, February 7, Forget Iowa.

Recent Articles.

By Molly Ball August 13, What the Harris Pick Means for Democrats In selecting Kamala Harris as his running mate, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did more than make history by putting the first Black woman and first Asian-American on a major national ticket.

But President Barack Obama's former senior advisor said By Tessa Berenson June 9, She knew they hated what they were being asked to do. By Molly Ball May 6, What Wisconsin's Election Can Teach Us About November As voters in masks and gloves waited in line for hours to cast ballots on Tuesday, the speaker of the Wisconsin Assembly insisted everything was fine.

More from TIME. He all but By Molly Ball August 11, Here's why that matters By Molly Ball August 6, Why Sen. Wearing whimsical masks—one has whiskers, another rhinestones—they wait to get their temperatures checked before filing into the one-story school July 23, By Molly Ball July 9, Inside the Legal Battles to Save Democracy From the Trump Administration Since the start of the Trump presidency, non-profit Protect Democracy has cast itself in a role its name suggests: defender of America's government against the threat of authoritarianism By Molly Ball June 25, Why Valerie Jarrett Doesn't Support Defunding Police Valerie Jarrett said the protests throughout the country in the wake of George Floyd's killing have "shone a light" on issues between police and communities of color.

By Molly Ball April 9, By Molly Ball March 4, First of all, you want to be ready. Within hours, a mob of By Molly Ball January 7, October 22, How the 1st Presidential Debate Devolved Into Chaos It did not take long for the first presidential debate of the general election to spiral totally out of control.

A crane silently hoisted the enormous bronze Confederate general May 27, America is divided—but by what? There was nothing fancy or newfangled about it: a graybeard By Molly Ball August 21, The Primaries Were a Mess.

On this late January afternoon in Iowa, the former Vice President is in By Molly Ball January 30, By Alana Abramson January 9, Load More Articles. Now, he's defending the history of that day By Molly Ball August 5, Author J. Vance says with a laugh, slicing into a half-stack of breakfast pancakes.

Race, religion, political party, education level: all are sources of ificant social disunity these days, as people increasingly have trouble understanding or relating to those outside their identity groups.