Politics

Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz needs surgery, will be divided for weeks

Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah says he needs evident foot medicine and will be out of Washington for 3 to 4 weeks, blank a pivotal opinion on a spending check to keep the supervision open. Chaffetz, who chairs the House Oversight Committee, astounded the domestic universe last week by announcing he will not find re-election. He pronounced in an …

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Trump "absolutely" deliberate breaking up 9th Circuit Court

President Donald Trump, still swelling over rulings restraint his transport anathema early this year, says he’s deliberate breaking up the West Coast-based 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Asked during a White House talk by the Washington Examiner if he’d suspicion about proposals to mangle up the court, Trump replied, “Absolutely, we have.” He combined that “there are many people that …

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New US bureau seeks to assist victims of crimes by immigrants

Stymied on his top immigration initiatives, President Donald Trump is making good on one devise that critics malign as fear-mongering and misleading: opening an bureau for victims of crimes committed by immigrants, nonetheless studies show immigrants are reduction likely to dedicate crimes than native-born citizens. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Wednesday non-stop the bureau dubbed the Victims of Immigrant …

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McCain: Military movement against North Korea can’t be taken off table

Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, says that while military movement against North Korea doesn’t seem to be imminent, it can't be taken off the table. Speaking to “CBS This Morning” on Thursday, McCain pronounced a military response to North Korean provocations has to “absolutely be the last option.” “That is when we are assured that North Korea has that capability to …

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Ivanka Trump talks about permitting Syrian refugees into US

Ivanka Trump says vouchsafing Syrian refugees into the United States “has to be partial of the discussion” on how to understanding with people journey dispute in the war-torn country. On NBC’s “Today,” the confidant to the boss spoke about a “global charitable crisis.” She says opening the borders should be discussed, but “that’s not going to be adequate in and …

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Moderates frustrate at conservative-backed, revised health bill

The moribund Republican health caring check perceived a jar of life when the regressive House Freedom Caucus permitted a revised chronicle of the measure. But a heading GOP assuage criticized the reshaped legislation as a regressive practice in “blame-shifting and face-saving” that wasn’t winning new support from party centrists, leaving its predestine unclear. The welcome by the tough Freedom Caucus …

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Treasury secretary: Tax devise about "unleashing mercantile growth"

After phenomenon a devise that is described as potentially being “historic taxation cuts” but with few sum at the White House on Wednesday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says President Donald Trump is committed to formulating mercantile expansion for the American people. While the sum into just how the American taxpayer is approaching to compensate the estimated $7 trillion cost have …

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De Blasio admin criticizes Council bills to strengthen immigrants

The mayor is bursting from the City Council orator over her efforts to serve rein in the volume the city cooperates with sovereign immigration authorities. Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito is pulling the legislation to strengthen New York’s standing as a refuge city — observant new protections are indispensable to defense immigrant New Yorkers from President Trump’s deportation push. “We won’t …

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San Francisco celebrates after "sanctuary city" victory

SAN FRANCISCO — President Trump took to Twitter, hours before dawn, to blast a sovereign judge’s decision that blocked his executive sequence on  “sanctuary cities” — cities that don’t concur entirely with sovereign immigration enforcement. “See you in the Supreme Court,” Mr. Trump tweeted. Greeting immigrants at San Francisco’s City Hall on Wednesday, Mayor Ed Lee distinguished the city’s authorised …

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San Francisco celebrates feat in refuge city lawsuit

April 26, 2017, 6:34 PM| San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee distinguished his city’s victory, at slightest temporarily, against the Trump administration’s bid to retaliate refuge cities. Billions of dollars in sovereign income are at stake, and President Trump vowed to interest to the Supreme Court. John Blackstone reports.

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