Monthly Archives: May 2018
House Republican leaders and White House officials are increasingly confident about passing their long-stalled Obamacare replacement bill: More lawmakers than ever are committed to voting “yes,” they say, and GOP insiders insist they’re within striking distance of a majority.
Donald Trump moves merch. The Trump campaign reports that 527,845 Make America Great Again caps have been sold through his official site and at events since Aug. 6, 2015.
Tokyo’s subway system briefly shut down Saturday as a safety precaution after North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile in defiance of a US push for tougher global sanctions.
President Trump called any link between his White House and Russia “a total phony story” and denied any involvement in the hacking of the Democratic Party’s computers during the election.
Top Capitol Hill negotiators reached a hard-won agreement on a huge $1 trillion-plus spending bill that would fund the day-to-day operations of virtually every federal agency through September, aides said Sunday night.
President Trump spoke by phone Saturday with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte — praising the strongman for “fighting very hard to rid his country of drugs” and inviting him to Washington.
Gorka’s new role will deal with the “war of ideas” involved in countering radical Islamic extremism, a senior administration official said, and will entail an appointment to a federal agency.
“We could have—and we could have voluntarily decided that, Look, we’re gonna go into back rooms like they used to and smoke cigars and pick the candidate that way. That’s not the way it was done. But they could have. And that would have also been their right.”
ISIS jihadis from U.S. find life in the Islamic State “very strict” and life “really very bad,” run home
They may indeed have had a hard time in the Islamic State. What a pity. They should not be allowed back into the United States. If a group of Americans had become Nazis and fled to Nazi Germany in 1942, would they be allowed back into the U.S. in 1944? These men are enemy combatants. […]
Three armed burqa-clad sisters on Wednesday shot dead a man near Sialkot after accusing him of committing blasphemy 13 years ago. Police managed to arrest the three suspects and identified them as Amna, Afshan and Razia. (FULL ARTICLE)