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Mar 11 2020
Dine out or eat in during the coronavirus crisis? Here's what public health and food safety experts say
Not on the menu for many these days: dining out.
As our fears of catching the coronavirus grow by the day, so has our hesitation to venture out of the house, especially now that COVID-19 has been officially classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organization.
A party of one, two or four around the kitchen or dining room table is sounding a lot more appealing to many peopleUSA TODAY
Oct 11 2016
INTERNAL STRATEGY DOCUMENTS and emails among Clinton staffers shed light on friendly and highly useful relationships between the campaign and various members of the U.S. media, as well as the campaign’s strategies for manipulating those relationships.The Intercept
Jan 11 2014
The New Jersey legislature stunned the media world with an extensive, thousand-page document drop providing more evidence that Gov. Chris Christie's staff closed down part of the George Washington Bridge for political retribution – and even blamed the Mayor of Fort Lee for their mischief. The majority of the thousand-document set of exhibits – available on the New Jersey state website andBreitbart News
May 27 2021
The president’s plans to invest in infrastructure, education, health care and more would push federal spending to its highest sustained levels since World War II.
WASHINGTON — President Biden will propose a $6 trillion budget on Friday that would take the United States to its highest sustained levels of federal spending since World War II, while running deficits above $1.3 trillionNew York Times (News)
Mar 13 2019
"Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman and “Full House” alum Lori Loughlin were allegedly among the 50 charged in what is said to be the biggest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the U.S. Justice Department — but the star-studded suspects aren't the only details that have intrigued the public.
Bizarre details from a nearly 270-page complaint started to trickle out TuesdayFox News (Online News)
Sep 30 2015
New documents show the foundation had a direct line to longtime Clinton loyalist Cheryl Mills, circumventing the official State Dept. process.Politico
Aug 03 2020
A trio of House Republican leaders gave Harvard, Yale, and a handful of other universities a week to hand over documents and other information on their foreign funding amid increased scrutiny about the influence of the Chinese Communist Party and other foreign entities on U.S. campuses.
The GOP letters told the schools that “we write to further understand the effects of adversarialWashington Examiner
Dec 09 2019
FBI was justified in opening Trump campaign probe, but case plagued by ‘serious failures,’ inspector general finds
A Justice Department inspector general’s report examining the FBI investigation of President Trump’s 2016 campaign rebutted conservatives’ accusations that top FBI officials were driven by political bias to illegally spy on Trump advisers, but also found broad and “serious performance failures” requiring major changes.
The 434-page report issued Monday by Justice Department InspectorWashington Post
Aug 10 2013
President Obama's pledge to work with Congress on "appropriate reforms" for parts of the National Security Agency's surveillance programs came under scrutiny Friday from some Republicans and skeptical Democrats. Surveillance programs that allow the government to collect basic information about phone calls and email communications have been under scrutiny since NSA leaker Edward SnowdenFox News (Online News)
Jun 11 2014
Before the U.S. transferred five Afghan Taliban detainees to secure the freedom of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, American intelligence officials predicted that two of the men would return to senior positions with the militant group, according to U.S. officials.
The classified assessment, a consensus of spy agencies compiled during the prisoner-swap deliberations, said two others of the five wereWall Street Journal (News)