Trump, Visiting Epicenter of MS-13 Killings, Demands Tougher Immigration Laws
New York Times, 24 May at 02:46
BETHPAGE, N.Y. — A week after President Trump used the word “animals” to describe dangerous criminals who enter the country illegally, he traveled to the epicenter of MS-13 gang killings on Wednesday to press his demands for tougher immigration laws.
Trending: Is it ever OK to throw a drink on someone?
Washington Post, 24 May at 02:38
Someone threw a drink on Tomi Lahren. Tomi Lahren (Getty). Been thinking about it. I know many will disagree, but here's how I feel. I detest @TomiLahren. I think she's terrible. I think she's racist. I think her shtick is dumb. However, I don't think
Trump officials weigh 25 percent tax on imported cars to force concessions in NAFTA talks
Washington Post, 24 May at 02:25
The Trump administration is considering new tariffs on imported cars in a move that trade analysts said was designed to put pressure on Mexico during the final stages of negotiations for a new North American trade deal. Officials may cite national
Hillary Clinton endorses Cuomo in New York as progressive opponents fume
CNN, 24 May at 01:56
(CNN) Stuck in an edgy, unexpected primary fight with actress Cynthia Nixon, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo welcomed the cavalry Wednesday as the state Democratic convention kicked off at Hofstra University on Long Island. Speaking as President Donald ...
Trump administration wants more high-level talks with North Korea before summit
CNN, 24 May at 01:56
(CNN) The Trump administration wants additional high-level talks with North Korea and assurances from Kim Jong Un that he is committed to giving up his nuclear program before next month's planned historic summit in order for the meeting to go ahead, ...
US gov't worker reports "abnormal" sound, pressure in China
CBS News, 24 May at 01:43
Last Updated May 23, 2018 2:07 PM EDT. The State Department has urged U.S. citizens in China to report any "symptoms or medical problems" they notice while in the country to a medical professional after a government employee experienced "subtle and ...
No, Twitter still doesn't have to abide by the First Amendment — even if Trump's account does
Washington Post, 24 May at 01:22
President Trump violated the constitutional rights of Americans when he blocked some of his Twitter followers after they criticized him politically, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. The ruling by Judge Naomi Buchwald identifies, for the first time
GOP senator on Trump, state of politics: 'We may have hit bottom'
CNN, 24 May at 00:59
Washington (CNN) GOP Sen. Jeff Flake gave some of his harshest criticism of President Donald Trump to date in a commencement speech Wednesday to Harvard Law students, where he shared his concerns for the integrity of politics in the United States.
Trump planning to withhold aid from undocumented immigrant home countries
CNN, 24 May at 00:34
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump said Wednesday his administration is devising a plan to withhold US foreign aid funds from the home countries of immigrants who illegally enter the United States. Speaking at a roundtable on illegal immigration ...
FOP protests Rialmo decision, says Emanuel turned his back on CPD
WLS-TV, 24 May at 00:28
Off-duty members of the Fraternal Order of Police in Chicago protested Mayor Rahm Emanuel inside and outside City Hall late Wednesday morning for "turning his back on police." Chanting "Rahm must go" and "We are CPD," dozens of off-duty Chicago ...
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