‘Somebody’s already been killed’ because of Trump dossier, Fusion GPS rep revealed

An attorney for the co-founder of opposition research firm Fusion GPS revealed during a closed-door interview this summer with congressional investigators that “somebody’s already been killed” as a result of the publication of the anti-Trump dossier. Continue reading →

Bernie Sanders: ‘Government Shutdown Would Be Disastrous’ for Americans

Just shut the damn thing down. Sen. Bernie Sanders, saying it is up to Republicans to stop a government shutdown, called for a bipartisan effort to reach a fair budget agreement. Sanders, I-Vt., made his comments in a column for The Washington Post. Continue reading →

Maine Senators Tell Feds: No Oil and Gas Drilling Near Our Coastline

Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King have joined forces to put the kibosh on natural energy exploration off of Maine’s pristine coastline. “We oppose any effort to open waters off the coast of Maine or any proximate area to offshore drilling, which could negatively affect the health of Maine’s fisheries and other coastal resources, threatening to harm not only the environment but the state’s economy as well,” King and Collins wrote in a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Continue reading →

Army Trains More Soldiers to Fight in Tunnels Amid NKorea Threat

The Army is training thousands of additional soldiers in tunnel warfare and is buying more specialized gear needed for such operations in order to be ready to present President Donald Trump with military options for a potential conflict with North Korea. Continue reading →

DOJ official who concealed meetings with Trump dossier figures loses another job title

A DOJ official demoted late last year for concealing his meetings with the men behind the anti-Trump “dossier” has been stripped of yet another title, Fox News has learned. Bruce Ohr is no longer head of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force. Continue reading →

Dem-ordered study to expose illegal online gun sales backfires

A Democrat-backed study meant to expose illicit online gun sales instead seemed to show the opposite — with hardly any sellers taking the bait when undercover investigators tried to set up dozens of illegal firearm transactions. Continue reading →

Israeli PM Backs Trump Critique of Palestinian UN Aid Agency

Sunday Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he “completely agrees” with President Donald Trump’s critique of the U.N. agency aiding Palestinian refugees, saying that UNRWA only perpetuates the problem and should cease from operating in the region. Continue reading →

Theresa May to reshuffle cabinet on Monday

Monday Theresa May will reshuffle her cabinet with junior ministerial jobs being reassigned on Tuesday. Several newspapers are reporting that Justine Greening will lose her role as education secretary, and a new first secretary of state will be appointed following Damian Green’s sacking. Continue reading →

Warren Hits Trump on Immigration: ‘Dreamers Aren’t Bargaining Chips’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., hit back at President Donald Trump over his demands for an immigration deal, saying recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), known as Dreamers, were not “bargaining chips,” The Hill reported Friday. Continue reading →

Tillerson to CNN: I Never Doubted Trump’s Mental Fitness

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson declared Friday he had never had any reason to question President Donald Trump’s mental fitness and intends to continue in office. Continue reading →