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Feb 25 2020
Donald Trump: Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Should Recuse from Trump-Related Supreme Court Cases
President Donald Trump said Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg should recuse themselves from cases involving his administration, as a result of their past anti-Trump comments.
“I just don’t know how they can not recuse themselves for anything having to do with Trump or Trump-related,” he said.
Trump pointed to Justice Sotomayor for her comments criticizing hisBreitbart News
Feb 13 2023
EPA, Residents Warn of Ecological Damage From Ohio Train Crash
Residents of East Palestine, Ohio and the Environmental Protection Agency are sounding the alarm on potential ecological damage after a train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed in the town earlier this month, despite authorities stating it is now safe for evacuated residents to return.
For Context: After the train derailed and exploded, responders initiated a controlled burn of theThe Daily Caller Washington Post Newsweek
May 23 2019
Inside the 2020 Democrats’ survival strategies
The campaigns are telegraphing which states they’re prioritizing and which ones they don’t think they can win.
Bernie Sanders must win New Hampshire. Julian Castro is letting it all ride on Nevada. South Carolina is essential to Cory Booker’s chances.
The 23 candidates chasing the Democratic nomination are piling up events and plowing resources into the four early presidentialPolitico
Oct 23 2019
The Nighttime Worries of Americans in 2019
Life is pretty good—right?
It’s the middle of the night, and your kids are asleep. Your spouse is sleeping beside you. You should be asleep, too, but you’re tossing and turning because you’re worried.
It started with something so silly; you read the other day that the Seattle school district is “planning to infuse all K–12 math classes with ethnic-studies questions that encourageNational Review
May 26 2020
Joe Biden has a plan for that
Former Vice President Joe Biden has never really sought or received a reputation as a deep thinker on domestic policy matters. His highest-profile role as a senator involved judicial confirmations and his time chairing the Foreign Relations Committee. As vice president, his best-known work was in the national security domain or as a personal emissary from the White House to Congress.
May 24 2019
Theresa May to quit next month as British prime minister
Theresa May announced Friday that she will step down as U.K. Conservative Party leader on June 7, admitting defeat in her attempt to take Britain out of the European Union and sparking a contest to become the country’s next prime minister.
She will stay as caretaker prime minister until the new leader is chosen, a process likely to take several weeks. The new Conservative leader willWashington Times
Sep 27 2019
Senate Democrats say top NRA officials knew about Kremlin ties
A new report by Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee alleges that the National Rifle Association (NRA) "became a foreign asset" for Russia ahead of the 2016 election.
The document published Friday says that the NRA and its officers, board members and donors "engaged in a years-long effort to facilitate the U.S.-based activities of Maria Butina and Alexander Torshin," despite beingThe Hill
Apr 02 2020
Record 6.6 Million Americans Sought Unemployment Benefits Last Week
A record 6.6 million workers applied for unemployment benefits last week, marking a sharp downturn in the labor market caused by the new coronavirus.
The large number of claims comes after 3.3 million sought benefits two weeks ago as the U.S. shut down parts of the economy in an effort to contain the virus. Jobless claims, a proxy for layoffs, provide temporary financial assistance forWall Street Journal (News)
Aug 20 2015
At least nine protesters arrested after St. Louis police shooting
An armed man fleeing from officers serving a search warrant at a home in a crime-troubled section of St. Louis was shot and killed Wednesday by police after he pointed a gun at them, the city's police chief said.Fox News (Online News)
May 26 2020
Stocks Soar Due to Optimism Over Reopening
Stocks soared on Tuesday on optimism about economies reopening and the potential development of a coronavirus vaccine.
The New York Stock Exchange also reopened its floor to traders for the first time in two months.Washington Post Fox News (Online News) Wall Street Journal (News)