Category Archives: Decisions
Tuesday President Donald Trump appeared to discount allegations of sexual misconduct by GOP Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore — repeatedly saying the former judge “totally denies it — you have to listen to him also.” Advertisements
Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, said, that she backs the Republican effort to repeal ObamaCare’s individual mandate, a position that might offer her party hope when it comes to the tax plan vote.
In a new interview, Hildabeast said that her inability to run on an “agenda of change,” coming off of President Barack Obama’s two terms, was a significant problem for her 2016 campaign.
Congressional leaders are facing the possibility of a government shutdown in December as a clash of what to do with those covered under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program rages.
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has resigned, parliament speaker Jacob Mudenda has said. A letter from Mr Mugabe said that the decision was voluntary and that he had made it to allow a smooth transfer of power, the Reuters news agency reports.
Monday a federal judge in Californication permanently blockedPresident Donald Trump’s executive order to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities that do not cooperate with federal authorities in enforcing U.S. immigration law.
Capitol Hill has been hit with another sexual harassment charge. A new report claimed Rep. John Conyers settled a complaint with an ex-employee who said she was fired because she did not “succumb to [his] sexual advances” – a claim the powerful Democrat denied on Tuesday.
Nebraska regulators have approved the Keystone XL pipeline, clearing the way for the controversial and long-delayed project to advance. The commissioners voted 3-2 in favour of the project, which will link Canada’s oil sands to US refineries.
The Democracy Alliance, a secretive left-wing dark money donor network whose members each direct hundreds of thousands in funding to progressive groups, is set to ramp up efforts to elect far-left prosecutors across the nation, according to documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The union that represents ICE officers is speaking out against President Donald Trump for leaving in place officials from the Obama administration.