Of the 860 rules or proposed rules that the Trump administration has killed, 179 came from what he called Mr. Obama’s “secret” list. As Trump aides combed through the books, they found pending proposals that included rules on hardwood plywood research and new requirements for contamination control in cattle slaughter operations.
The FBI has turned over 7,000 new documents from Anthony Weiner’s private laptop to the State Department as part of a watchdog group’s lawsuit related to last year’s Hillary Clinton email case.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) added $200,000 to their now $3.3 million debt in June, according to the most recent Federal Election Commission report, falling further behind Republican fundraising efforts.
The Trump administration will ban US citizens from traveling to North Korea, according to the State Department. It follows the death of American student Otto Warmbier after months in a North Korean prison.
White House press Secretary Sean Spicer has resigned, just six months after holding the job, according to White House sources.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was embraced by young voters when he ran for president in 2016. And now it’s Rep. Maxine Waters (R-CA) — at 78, she is three years older than Sanders — who says she would run for president “if Millennials want me to.”
YouTube is censoring videos on Sandy Hook after someone claimed they violated “bullying” guidelines.
A Berkeley teacher has been arrested for her role in a confrontation between the Traditionalist Worker Party and Antifa at the Sacramento Capitol last June.
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President Donald Trump doesn’t regret firing former FBI director James Comey, despite the controversy that it brought to his young presidency.
Google-owned YouTube sensationally CENSORED a video on its network for ostensibly nothing more than the video containing criticism of CNN.
The Supreme Court handed President Trump another victory in the legal battle of the travel ban, allowing the administration to restore strict limits on refugees that had been blocked by a judge in Hawaii, at least until a federal appeal court decides the issue.
The group behind last week’s protest against the National Rifle Association over rhetoric it claimed was a “direct endorsement of violence” wished a convicted cop killer and fugitive a happy birthday on Monday.
A Bangladeshi immigrant healthcare executive named Mashiyat Rashid cheated Medicare out of $132 million and spent the money on a mansion, courtside NBA tickets, and secret storage units filled with cash.
When you’re a government agency, asking for a tax increase is always a hassle. As Ryan McMaken notes, for the most part, taxpayers don’t like taxes, and if asked if they want to pay more, they’re likely to often say “no.” Moreover, when public officials pass tax increases, they may face the wrath of taxpayers at the ballot box. For this reason, governments are always looking for ways to get revenue without having to use tax revenue.
Speaking to his Commission on Election Integrity, Trump called its work a “sacred duty” and said he hopes its findings will give way to the “full truth.”
The United States Department of Defense has concluded over a year’s long research project from The US Army War College that US primacy is in fact ‘collapsing.’
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