It is the 15th of November 2018

News

House Set To Vote On Stopgap Spending Bill Tomorrow

Update (5:30 pm ET): House Republicans are moving ahead with a plan to avoid a shutdown after the House Rules Committee approved a rule change that will allow Republicans to bring a two-week stopgap plan up for a floor vote Thursday, allowing the senate until end-of-day Friday to avoid a shutdown. The plan helped Speaker Paul Ryan override conservative GOP lawmakers who were pressing for a longer extension to get more leverage over Democrats and the Senate.

Read More

Anti-Trump FBI Agent Changed Assessment Of Hillary Email Scandal To "Extremely Careless" From "Grossly Negligent"

Over the weekend we noted that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's top FBI investigator into 'Russian meddling', agent Peter Strzok, was removed from the probe due to the discovery of anti-Trump text messages exchanged with a colleague (a colleague whom he also happened to be having an extra-marital affair with).

Read More

In Major Victory For Trump, Supreme Court Lets Travel Ban Take Full Effect

In a major victory for President Trump, the Supreme Court allowed his controversial travel ban to take full effect while legal challenges go forward, suggesting the court ultimately will uphold the restrictions, Bloomberg reports.

Read More

From The Archives: Obama Administration Confirms "No Problem" With Flynn Contacting Foreign Officials

As we detailed yesterday, ABC was forced to retract an epic mistake in their reporting that claimed contact between Trump staff (Flynn) and Russian officials 'druing the campaign' - correcting it to point out that it was in fact 'during the transition'.

Read More

Adam Schiff Says Sessions Refused To Say If Trump Asked Him To Hinder Russia Probe

Adam Schiff, the ranking member of the Intelligence Committee, has accused Attorney General Jeff Sessions of refusing to disclose information of vital importance to his committee’s probe into collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign by relying on a loose interpretation of executive privilege.

Read More

Featured Apps

Free Money