Rob Tornoe is a Philly.com editor and covers sports media. He also draws sports cartoons.

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Ann Coulter responds to Trump: ‘The only national emergency is that our president is an idiot’

Coulter didn't take kindly to Trump when he declared her a former supporter who had gone "off the reservation."

Trump declares emergency along southern border, but admits ‘I didn’t need to do this’

Trump's decision to declare a national emergency is a controversial move designed to secure billions of dollars Congress didn't authorize him to spend for a proposed wall.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette employees say they remain on edge after publisher’s ‘bizarre’ and 'violent’ behavior

“I’ve been working in newsrooms for more than a decade, and this is most bizarre thing I’ve seen."

Ex-FBI director: Discussions were serious about removing Trump from office

Rod Rosenstein wasn't being sarcastic when he suggested wearing a wire to record Trump, the former FBI official said.

Shutdown updates: Trump says he hasn’t decided if he’ll sign deal; conservative media allies weigh in

Trump has indicated he'll sign a bipartisan budget agreement that will keep the government open, but hasn't committed to that publicly.

TNT’s Baron Davis mocks T.J. McConnell, fired ESPN studio host breaks silence

Kevin McHale wasn’t the only member of TNT’s broadcast team to say something notable during the Sixers' loss to the Celtics last night

Trump supporter attacks journalist after president once again criticizes the media

"This is a constant feature of these rallies — a goading of the crowds against the media."

Pa. newspaper drops popular comic strip after reader finds hidden profanity about Trump

“Neither the Butler Eagle nor any other newspaper that includes this strip had an opportunity to remove it even if they had discovered it before distribution."

WIP mocks Keith Jones over Flyers game call, Sixers lift NBC Sports Philly

For his WIP colleagues, Keith Jones didn’t get angry enough during the Monday night game.

Friday deadline to avoid another government shutdown: Latest updates

The federal government will partially shut down — again — if an agreement isn't reached by Friday.