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Federal prosecutors in New York are reportedly planning to subpoena President Trump's inauguration committee. ABC News, citing sources with direct knowledge of the matter, reported that prosecutors in the Southern District of New York's public corruption section reached out to the inaugural committee on Monday and told it of their plans. It remains unclear what documents the district is requesting in its ongoing probe of Trump campaign...
Crow Butte, seen from the south, has historical and cultural significance for tribal opponents of uranium mining at the landmark in northeastern Nebraska. The Oglala Sioux Tribe and activists scored a win, when federal administrative judges ruled that Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) staff has failed to take “a hard look” at cultural resources in recommending renewal of a uranium mining...
New England Patriots player Duron Harmon said that he won’t visit President Trump’s White House to celebrate the team’s Super Bowl win. Speaking to TMZ Sports after the Patriots’ win against the Los Angeles Rams, Harmon said he wouldn’t join his teammates for a visit. “They don’t want me in the White House,” said Harmon, who plays safety for the Patriots. He did, however, acknowledge it...
1. He’s on track to win the 2020 primaries. If New Hampshire’s 2020 primary were held tomorrow, polls show Bernie Sanders edging out former VP Joe Biden by 7 points. But Sanders is more than the frontrunner in the first scheduled primary of 2020, he also has a higher probability of defeating Donald Trump than any other potential candidate. According to the most...
A White House source has leaked nearly every day of President Trump's private schedule for the past three months. Why it matters: This unusually voluminous leak gives us unprecedented visibility into how this president spends his days. The schedules, which cover nearly every working day since the midterms, show that Trump has spent around 60% of his scheduled time over the...
Cardi B says she’s one of the artists who was offered a performance spot at the Pepsi Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show, but she turned it down to “stand behind” former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. In an interview with the Associated Press on Friday, the “I Like It” rapper, 26, revealed that she declined because of the way Kaepernick “stood up”...
From the wording in the Roger Stone indictment, to the testimony the House Intelligence Committee is turning over to Robert Mueller, all signs point to Donald Trump Jr being the next big name about to take a fall in the Trump-Russia scandal. Junior is still spending his days spreading deranged conspiracy theories on Twitter, raising questions about whether he...
NBA players LeBron James and Kevin Durant both wore jerseys in support of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick on Super Bowl weekend. Kaepernick tweeted photos of the two players, who were both wearing his limited edition “#ImWithKap”jerseys, in a pair of tweets on Saturday morning. “Thank you to my Brother @KDTrey5 for rockin with me, especially this week!” Kaepernick said in...
The Colorado Senate this week passed a bill that would award the state's electoral votes to the presidential candidate who wins the nationwide popular vote. The Senate passed the measure along party lines in a 19-16 vote Tuesday, sending the bill to the state House for consideration. The bill, known as the the national popular vote interstate compact, was sponsored by state Sen. Mike...
We now know who paid to get dozens of homeless Chicago residents off the streets during historic cold temperatures earlier this week. CBS Chicago reports it all started with Candice Payne’s first act of kindness, and then it snowballed into “a lifesaving effort by a group of strangers on the city’s South Side.” On Wednesday many people living in a “tent city” had to...