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Oct 02 2020
Worst case scenarios, warnings abound in coverage despite a doctor's assurance
Multiple news organizations immediately hit the panic button following President Trump’s news that he had tested positive for COVID-19, despite assurances from White House physician Dr. Sean Conley that he expected the president to carry out his duties “without disruption” in the immediate future.
Oct 02 2020
AFTER SIX MONTHS of refusing to follow his own government’s public health advice to wear a mask during the coronavirus pandemic, and just two days after mocking his opponent Joe Biden for routinely doing so, President Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday, contracting the illness spread by respiratory droplets.
During the presidential debate on Tuesday, Trump hadThe Intercept
Jan 12 2020
Ex-DOJ Official Picked To Assist FISA Reform Was Ardent Defender Of FBI’s Surveillance Of Carter Page
A former Justice Department official picked Friday to oversee the FBI’s reforms of its surveillance procedures in the wake of a damning inspector general’s report was one of the many pundits during the Russia probe to defend the bureau’s surveillance of Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
David S. Kris, a former assistant attorney general for national security, was also an outspoken criticThe Daily Caller
Feb 21 2016
It wasn’t the victory they once envisioned, but it was the win Hillary Clinton’s campaign desperately needed. The Nevada results were enough to signal Saturday that this isn’t 2008, that Bernie Sanders isn’t Barack Obama and, most important, that the underlying premise of the Clinton campaign remains intact. The Clinton theory oPolitico
Apr 05 2018
Members of the House and Senate committees that will question Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about user privacy protection next week are also some of the biggest recipients of campaign contributions from company employees and the Facebook Inc. PAC.USA TODAY
Oct 28 2019
Rep. Katie Hill on Sunday announced her resignation from Congress amid a House Ethics Committee investigation into her alleged involvement in a bisexual love triangle and an affair with a member of her congressional staff.
“It is with a broken heart that today I announce my resignation from Congress,” Ms. Hill said in a statement. “This is the hardest thing I have ever had to do, but IWashington Times
Oct 28 2019
Obama’s Democrats can run, but they can no longer hide.
Last week, Attorney General William Barr’s investigation into the illegal FBI–CIA spy operation against President Trump’s 2016 campaign was formally shifted to a criminal investigation. The means the investigative team, under the direction of John Durham, U.S. Attorney for Connecticut, can subpoena witnesses, convene grand juries,The American Spectator
Feb 25 2018
Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort was hit with new charges on Friday, including an allegation he secretly recruited and funded a group of former European politicians to lobby in the United States on behalf of Ukraine.NBC News (Online)
Oct 29 2020
He ran for President at a time of record unemployment and economic despair, with democracy itself in apparent retreat around the globe. He overcame tremendous personal hardship and promised to heal a battered nation. His friends thought of him as a unifier; his enemies called him a socialist.
If this sounds to you like Joe Biden, you’d be right. If this sounds like Franklin DelanoTime Magazine
Feb 17 2020
In advance of the Nevada caucuses, the Las Vegas Sun editorial board invited the top Democratic candidates for interviews about how their policies would shape America and Nevada. This is the second in a series of stories based on our conversations.
Pete Buttigieg enters the Nevada caucus on a remarkable trajectory, from being a little-known Midwestern mayor to one of the leaders in theLas Vegas Sun