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Who is Trump's new lawyer, Jay Sekulow?

Who is Trump's new lawyer, Jay Sekulow?

And so, investigators will likely try to determine whether Trump indicated in that meeting that he'd already made his decision, and indicated to them his reason for it, in effect enlisting them in an effort to create a cover story for the firing.



GOP senator warns against rushed vote on health care bill

Moderate GOP senators have been pushing to ease those efforts. Hoping to doom the GOP effort, a consumer health group said Sunday it was launching a $1.5 million campaign aimed at pressuring five Republican senators in the closely divided chamber to vote against the bill.


Authorities: Teen slain after leaving mosque, man arrested

Authorities: Teen slain after leaving mosque, man arrested

Authorities later found her body in a pond. Police have said that the slaying is not being investigated as a hate crime at this point, but Fairfax County Police Spokesman Don Gotthardt stresses that the investigation is in the early stages and things could change.


Despite Clinton impeachment vote, Gingrich says President 'cannot obstruct justice'

Despite Clinton impeachment vote, Gingrich says President 'cannot obstruct justice'

In testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee last week, Comey testified that Trump had asked him to drop his investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn before firing Comey. "This is grotesque and fans the flames of rage among the unbalanced", he wrote . Scarborough switched to defending Robert Mueller in his next shot at Gingrich , noting that Mueller's record of public service was beyond reproach.



Dems' motions, speeches knock GOP health bill for secrecy

Liberal activists have been urging Schumer and other Senate Democrats to adopt the last-ditch strategy for weeks. In a letter, Democrats provided some Senate Republican leaders with a list of all 31 potential Senate rooms "to assist" Republicans in scheduling a hearing.


Justices say law on offensive trademarks is unconstitutional

Justices say law on offensive trademarks is unconstitutional

The suit was brought forth by Simon Tam , the founder of the Asian-American rock band The Slants . The federal government said in court papers that it should not be required to approve trademarks 'containing crude references to women based on parts of their anatomy; the most repellent racial slurs and white-supremacist slogans; and demeaning illustrations of the prophet Mohammed and other religious figures'.