North Korea tourism: US to ban Americans from visiting

The US is to ban its citizens from travelling to North Korea. Koryo Tours and Young Pioneer Tours, who both operate there, said the ban would be announced on 27 July to come into effect 30 days later. Continue reading

California judge refuses to bring back Trump’s sanctuary cities ban

A  federal judge in San Francisco has refused to reinstate the president’s sanctuary cities order.  The bold move to not reinstate President Donald Trump’s executive order — which sought to slash funding to cities that limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities — comes amid a battle between the State Department and local governments across the country over the edict from Washington. Continue reading

Conway Responds to Mueller Probe Widening to Look at Trump’s Finances

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway reacted on “Fox & Friends” to a report that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe has expanded to examine a range of business transactions by the president and his associates. Continue reading

Changes on Trump’s legal team

Of course, liberals will be having a field day with this. The spokesman for President Trump’s personal legal team resigned Thursday, as part of what may be a wave of changes for the president’s inner circle. Continue reading

CNN gave 3 times more coverage to Trump-Putin talk than Obama hot mic gaffe, study says

According to a study by the Media Research Center, CNN gave three times more coverage to the alleged ‘secret meeting’ between President Trump and Vladimir Putin at a G-20 dinner than former President Barack Obama’s infamous hot mic gaffe with Russia’s former president in 2012. Continue reading

Rand Paul sides with Trump on Sessions slam

Republican Sen. Rand Paul sided with President Trump on Thursday after the commander-in-chief criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.

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Sessions says he’ll stay on the job as long as ‘appropriate,’ after Trump slam

Thursday Attorney General Jeff Sessions said  he plans to stay on the job at the Department of Justice, on the heels of President Trump sharply criticizing him for recusing himself from the Russia probe. Continue reading

Trump sets red line for Mueller on Russia probe, warns he’ll expose ‘conflicts’

President Trump’s frustration with the Russia probe boiled over in a fiery new interview where he set a red line for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, warning against digging into his family finances beyond the Russia scope and suggesting he’ll soon start talking about the ex-FBI director’s “conflicts.”

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ICE chief readies national sanctuary city crackdown

Empowered by a president who has “taken the handcuffs off of law enforcement,” the nation’s chief immigration official revealed Tuesday that deportation targets have surged and that he’s planning to deploy more agents and resources to “sanctuary cities” to arrest illegal criminals. Continue reading

Charlie Gard amendment passed House committee, awaiting floor vote

Tuesday the House Appropriations Committee voted on an amendment that would give lawful permanent residence to the family of Charlie Gard, the baby with a rare disease living in England whose parents are fighting to get him an experimental treatment in the United States. Continue reading