Monthly Archives: July, 2018
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says the Justice Department is committed to protecting the religious rights of Americans.
A top Tennessee Democratic Party’s communications official made disparaging comments about President Donald Trump and lashed out against a suggestion to reach out to his voters, describing them as “idiots.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is under increasingly heavy fire from his predecessor, residents and even President Trump over rising crime in the city – though Khan says police cuts from the Conservative government are to blame.
A new study shows that the “Medicare for All” plan pushed by Sen. Bernie Sanders and endorsed by a host of Democratic congressional and presidential hopefuls would increase government health care spending by $32.6 trillion over 10 years.
Therapists across the US say there’s been a rise in anxiety stemming from the country’s politics, and it is being called “Trump Anxiety Disorder.” CBC News in Canada reported that since President Trump was elected, mental health professionals in the United States have seen an increase in patients whose stress has come from politics.
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani unloaded on former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen on “Fox News Sunday,” saying Cohen is a “scoundrel” and “total liar.” The comments came as porn star Stormy Daniels’ attorney also unleashed a broadside at Giuliani, calling him “buttercup” and telling him to “buckle up” as the ongoing drama with Cohen and his …
Border Patrol Agent: Trump’s wall is the best way to end to the humanitarian crisis on our southern border
Despite Democratic obstruction, President Trump is building the wall now, and he will play hardball with Congress to ensure that the necessary funding to complete the wall is secured. Without a completed wall, thousands of illegal immigrants will continue to put their lives at risk.
Sunday President Trump said that he would be willing to shut down the federal government if the Democrats do not agree to Republican demands about funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Twice a federal judge in Chicago rejected a U.S. Justice Department plan to withhold law enforcement grants from so-called sanctuary cities and said his ruling applied nationwide.
President Donald Trump’s tax reform caused a major disruption in global investment flows, with the United States bringing more money home than it sent out in the first quarter for the first time since 2005.