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Trump resumes attacks on 'very weak' AG in chase for intel leaks

Trump resumes attacks on 'very weak' AG in chase for intel leaks

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has taken a VERY weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes (where are E-mails & DNC server) & Intel leakers! When asked if Trump wanted the Sessions to resign, newly appointed communications director Anthony Scaramucci told a TV news anchor, "You're probably right".


Let women put together health care plan

Let women put together health care plan

The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office has said a repeal of Obamacare without replacing it would raise the number of uninsured people to 32 million in 2026 and that premiums in the nongroup market would roughly double by 2026. On Tuesday, conservatives said Republican senators dodged what would have been enormous political backlash from the base by voting to advancing the debate-and warned them that that backlash could still come if they don't find a way to get the bill through the ...


Appeals court strikes down Washington, DC gun restriction - RT America

Appeals court strikes down Washington, DC gun restriction - RT America

Attorney General Karl Racine in a statement. According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit , "the Second Amendment does not protect in any degree the right to carry concealed firearms in public". U.S. Circuit Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson dissented from the majority, saying that the good-reason regulation "passes muster" because of the city's unique security challenges as the nation's capital and because it does not affect the right to keep a firearm at home.



Erdogan: Turkey not to abandon purchase of S-400 system

Erdogan has repeatedly lashed out at European countries including Germany in the past, accusing them of "Nazi-like" tactics when they prevented Turkish ministers from addressing rallies of expatriate Turks in Europe called to drum up support for the April 2016 referendum vote that expanded his powers.


Vatican treasurer George Pell faces Australian court

Vatican treasurer George Pell faces Australian court

The court will operate on a "business as usual" basis, with Pell expected to line up and clear security screening as he enters court. Cardinal Pell will be in court for what should be a short administrative hearing, where his lawyers and prosecutors will discuss with the magistrate the timetable for his case, and the date of his next court appearance.