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The jury reached a verdict in about three hours.
In some ways they make no sense. In the ways they make sense, they are deluded.
Sessions said it’s not his job to repeal or refuse to enforce federal drug laws, but did admit strictly enforcing them would be a “resource problem.”
“No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!”
It’s not getting a lot of attention, but an anti-union drive, reflecting a radicalization of the GOP, is likely in Washington, as shown in the states.
The Alabama senator argues that his prosecution of black activists for voter fraud was a testament to his commitment to voting rights.
Authorities speculate he may have changed his plans because of high security.
Governor Robert Bentley could appoint the man who has been investigating his sex-and-corruption case to Sessions’s seat.
The facility generates a quarter of NYC’s power --- all carbon-free.
It could be as hard to dismantle as a wall is to build.
If issues arise with the president-elect, he'll investigate – but for now he's more focused on emails.
The announcement did not mention complaints that the rushed confirmation process leaves no time for proper vetting.
It will be the first time a senator has testified against a colleague in a confirmation hearing.
The transition previously dismissed more than 50 instances of plagiarism in her book as a "politically motivated attack."
Republicans need 50 senators to repeal the law. They don’t have the votes.
Schumer threatens to slow the confirmation process until Trump’s picks complete their ethics reviews, echoing McConnell’s own demand from 2009.
With six confirmation hearings, a Senate “vote-a-rama,” and a Trump presser on tap, everyone will be confused. As intended.
Roy Cooper is trying to get over a half-million people covered before it’s too late.
The organization collects soil from lynching sites to acknowledge the horrors of racial injustice.
At least, that’s what Senator Rand Paul is claiming. What now?