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  • Congress Headed Down Road to Shutdown Nowhere, Top Senate GOP Appropriator Says December 13, 2018
    A partial government shutdown is all but inevitable, the top Republican on the Senate Appropriations Committee said Thursday. “It looks like we could be headed down the road to nowhere,” Sen. Richard C. Shelby said. “That’s what it looks like at the moment because we’ve got nine days to go.”
  • Trump Fumbled Claim of Capturing 10 Terrorists December 12, 2018
    There is no public evidence to substantiate President Donald Trump’s claim on Tuesday, in the context of a discussion of security at the southern border, that 10 terrorists have been caught recently trying to enter the United States. Trump’s comments sparked a small tempest on social media, but a recent State Department report showed no […]
    John M. Donnelly
  • Google Would ‘Make the NSA Blush,’ Says Republican at Hill Grilling December 11, 2018
    Google CEO Sundar Pichai appeared for the first time before a congressional panel and batted away questions from lawmakers, who bombarded him about alleged bias against conservatives in search results and the company’s data collection practices. House Judiciary Chairman Robert W. Goodlatte said Google was collecting so much information on its users that it would […]
    Gopal Ratnam

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  • Trump's legal woes worsen December 15, 2018
    President Trump faces new legal troubles stemming from recent developments in the sprawling federal investigations into his associates and 2016 campaign.It’s unclear what legal jeopardy, if any, Trump might be in, and long-standing Justice...
  • Judge refuses to pick sides in Census dispute, schedules trial December 14, 2018
    A federal judge in California on Friday denied a request from the Trump administration to side with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in lawsuits challenging the administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, sending the...
  • Mueller probe has cost more than $25M so far December 14, 2018
    Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election has cost the Department of Justice (DOJ) more than $25 million, according to new and previous expenditure reports.The special counsel’s office...

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