Under pressure over Russia probe, Donald Trump attacks special counsel Robert Mueller

  WASHINGTON – Under criticism for his pick of an acting attorney general who has a history of speaking out against Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation , President Donald Trump launched another attack Thursday against the special counsel. Claiming that “the inner workings of the Mueller investigation are a total mess,” Trump tweeted that prosecutors “have found no collusion and have gone absolutely nuts. They […]

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Florida recount: Trump accuses voters of wearing disguises in latest conspiracy theory

WASHINGTON – Like most unsubstantiated claims leveled by President Donald Trump, his allegations of fraud in the high-stakes recount in Florida’s Senate and gubernatorial elections started with a tweet. Shortly after polls closed on last week’s midterm election, the president warned of a “big corruption scandal” in Florida as officials struggled to tally votes in Broward County. Days later, he referenced […]

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Judge Andrew Napolitano: Will the real attorney general please stand up?

Napolitano: Will the real attorney general please stand up? Judge Napolitano’s Chambers: Judge Andrew Napolitano explains why it is unlawful for Donald Trump to pick Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general. President Donald Trump has been steamed at Sessions ever since Sessions removed himself from supervision over the DOJ's investigation into whether a conspiracy existed between Russian agents and the […]

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MPs erupt in laughter as chaos-hit Theresa May praises ‘orderly’ Brexit deal

MPs erupted in laughter today as Theresa May stood by her "smooth and orderly" Brexit deal – moments after it forced five ministers to resign. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey and junior ministers Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Suella Braverman and Shailesh Vara all raced for the door over her botched pact. But despite admitting it had been […]

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Brexit resignations in full – every minister who’s quit over Theresa May’s deal

Theresa May was rocked by five resignations from her government today before the clock struck 10.30am. The ministers – including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab , Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey – all quit in fury at her deal for Brexit . And they add to 14 ministers who had already resigned in the last year, many of them over […]

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Former Trump aide Gates still cooperating on several Mueller investigations: report

Will Mueller be satisfied with written answers from Trump? Insight from the ‘Fox News @ Night’ Legal Eagles: former Deputy Assistant Attorneys General Harry Litman and John Yoo. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is continuing its Russia probe on multiple fronts, with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates reportedly cooperating with prosecutors on "several ongoing investigations." Mueller’s two-paragraph legal filing on […]

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Jacob Rees-Mogg ‘to call no confidence in May’ after chilling threat over Brexit

Jacob Rees-Mogg directly confronted Theresa May in Parliament and asked her to her face to give him a reason why he shouldn’t take her down. In a crushing blow to the Prime Minister, Rees-Mogg warned he could add his name to the ranks calling for a leadership contest. In the key moment of his blunt statement, which brought the raucous […]

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Experiencing Anti-Semitism Or Racism In School? We Want To Hear From You.

A photo of dozens of male students from a Wisconsin high school making what looks like a Nazi salute has sparked outrage around the country this week. The school district and local police announced an investigation into the incident, although accounts of widespread racism at the institution, Baraboo High School, have also started to circulate. But Baraboo isn’t an isolated incident. […]

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Dominic Raab resigns as Brexit Secretary over Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Britain faces the threat of a chaotic no deal Brexit after Theresa May’s Brexit Secretary sensationally resigned. Dominic Raab quit hours after Mrs May pushed her 585-page deal with the EU through a stormy five-hour meeting of the Cabinet. In a damning letter he accused the PM of betraying "public trust" and said he could not "in good conscience" support […]

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Trump endorses U.S. House prison reform bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump endorsed a bipartisan U.S. House bill on Wednesday intended to reform the federal prison system and help inmates prepare for life after release, but the legislation faces an uncertain future in the Senate. The First Step Act, co-sponsored by Republican Doug Collins of Georgia and Democrat Hakeem Jeffries of New York, passed overwhelmingly in […]

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