President Donald Trump issued an executive order prohibiting the takeover of Qualcomm by Broadcom based on the outcome of a review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) – the same panel that allowed Russia to purchase Uranium One and 20% of America’s uranium reserves under President Obama. Broadcom was in
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The House Intelligence Committee said Monday that they were done interviewing witnesses and had found no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. “We have found no evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians,” the committee said in a statement Monday. A 150-page draft report has been compiled
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Rapper Eminem slammed gun owners and the National Rifle Association (NRA) Sunday night during a political performance his hit single “Nowhere Fast” at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards. “Gun owners clutching their loaded weapons. They love their guns more than our children,” Eminem rapped. The Detriot-based crooner called out the NRA in a gun control-themed verse,
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The pro-migration ACLU is suing the Department of Homeland Security to help economic migrants use children to smuggle themselves into the United States. President Donald Trump’s DHS tries to detain all migrants pending their asylum hearing because it is easier to repatriate migrants homewards when they lose their hearing. The detention policy is also intended to prevent migrants from
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Education Secretary Betsy DeVos took to Twitter Monday to defend herself after she was criticized for struggling to answer basic questions on school performance during an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday night. DeVos seemed unprepared to answer questions about what she has done to improve national education, and stumbled when CBS’ Lesley
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The White House pushed back on criticisms Monday that suggested President Donald Trump has bowed to the NRA regarding school safety and gun control measures. Over the weekend, Trump’s framework to make America’s schools safer and to help address the gun violence epidemic across the country was made public. At issue during Monday’s White House
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Rep. Scott Taylor said Monday it wouldn’t be his “style” to use some of President Donald Trump’s rougher criticisms, but he would still be happy to have him come to Virginia to campaign for him when the time comes. “I don’t think you can control what the president says,” the Virginia Republican told CNN’s “New
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Amid bipartisan talks on providing payments to health insurance companies in order to stabilize markets and lower premiums for Obamacare, a coalition of 15 conservative groups urged Congress on Monday not to “bail out” the Affordable Care Act, The Hill reported. The negotiations are taking place amid efforts by Congress to fund the government by March
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On Saturday mornings, I make eggs and bacon for my four children and wife—usually a dozen eggs and most of the package of bacon—before shoveling the kids into the car, hopping into the driver’s seat, and pretending my minivan is a Mustang so that we get to catechism class on time. By the time I
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Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski has spent a total of 12 hours before the House Intelligence Committee answering questions about collusion between the campaign and Russians, but he said Monday he could have wrapped the line of questioning up in five minutes. “I could have answered their questions very simply in the first five
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Democratic leaders are calling on President Donald Trump to extradite the 13 Russian nationals that special counsel Robert Mueller indicted so they can face trial, The Hill reported. “We write to urge your administration to devote all resources available to ensure that the Russian nationals indicted for allegedly interfering with the 2016 elections are brought to justice
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Democratic Sen. Jon Tester released the first ad of his re-election campaign by touting the 13 bills of his signed into law by the No. 1 Republican, President Donald Trump. “Washington’s a mess, but that’s not stopping me from getting bills to help Montana signed into law by President Trump,” Tester says. The 30-second video
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U.S. national security officials are threatening to recommend that President Donald Trump block Broadcom Ltd.’s proposed takeover of rival chipmaker Qualcomm Inc., according to a Treasury Department letter made public Monday. An investigation of the deal by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S., which reviews purchases of American firms by foreign investors, has
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“More and more” people in the Obama administration had access to a salacious dossier on then-candidate Donald Trump than had been initially thought, Rep. Pete King said Monday, pointing to the House Intelligence Committee’s decision to send its survey questions to two officials from former Vice President Joe Biden’s office. “It was being spread among
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. expects North Korea to be in direct touch after President Donald Trump agreed to Kim Jong Un’s invitation to meet, urging patience as preparations for the potentially historic handshake are worked out. “We’ve not heard anything directly back from North Korea, although we expect to hear something
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Fifty-one percent of voters support Democrat Conor Lamb in the race to represent Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District, while 45 percent back Republican Rick Saccone, a new Monmouth University Poll revels. The lead is based on a turnout yielding a Democratic surge similar to voting patterns seen in other special elections in the past year, pollsters
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s authoritarian government has deemed members of religious minorities, such as Christians and Jews, “enemies of the state,” an analyst tells Breitbart News, echoing the U.S. State Department. “The religious minorities in Turkey, like the Christians, Jews, and a few others, suffer from unequal treatment. … The religious minorities are believed
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A judge recommended Thursday that President Donald Trump mute rather than block some of his critics from following him on Twitter to resolve a First Amendment lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald suggested a settlement as the preferred outcome after hearing lawyers argue whether it’s constitutional for Trump to block some followers. “Isn’t the
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On April 20, 1999, two students attacked Columbine High School, killing 13 and wounding 21 more. Two weeks ago, a former student did the same thing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, killing 17 and wounding 16 more. Nearly two decades separate these tragedies. Yet, our grieving nation is still searching for a
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Matt Schlapp, the chairman of the American Conservative Union, hopes Democrats run on the idea of abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), because such an idea would be detrimental to them politically. “The fact is, they want a sanctuary nation and it’s great politics for Republicans, but it’s terrible for the country,” Schlapp said Monday
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