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How many investigations are going on?

The CIA, the FBI and a handful of congressional committees have been looking into links between Trump aides and Russian meddling with the election. And this is early days. The post How many investigations are going on? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Conservatives might be cheering hardest for Jagmeet Singh

The latest high-profile contender for NDP leadership could split the progressive vote with Trudeau's Liberals—a gift to the federal Tories The post Conservatives might be cheering hardest for Jagmeet Singh appeared first on Macleans...

Now the fight to lead Alberta’s united right begins

Both Jason Kenney and Brian Jean are eager to challenge each other to be the dismantler-in-chief of the Alberta NDP government The post Now the fight to lead Alberta’s united right begins appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What is the 25th Amendment, and could it be used against Trump?

There's a second way to remove the president, but it requires a Cabinet Room mutiny The post What is the 25th Amendment, and could it be used against Trump? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What is a trial in the Senate? 

When it comes to impeachments, the Senate is judge and jury. The post What is a trial in the Senate?  appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Why Canada’s carbon pricing plan should give money directly to Canadians

The federal government's discussion paper on the so-called 'backstop' remains unclear on what it will do with carbon revenues The post Why Canada’s carbon pricing plan should give money directly to Canadians appeared first on Macleans.ca.

An obituary for American Greatness, 1776-2017

From an early age, it was a trendsetter with a magnetic personality. It lived a life filled with adventure, fame and wealth, both at home and abroad. The post An obituary for American Greatness, 1776-2017 appeared first on Macleans....

Who is Rod Rosenstein?

The deputy attorney general has vaulted into the public conversation. But where does he come from? And what does he stand for? The post Who is Rod Rosenstein? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What happens if Donald Trump resigns?

Here's who the U.S. President would have to inform (with a simple letter)—and who would be next in the line to take his place The post What happens if Donald Trump resigns? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Who is Robert Mueller?

Since being tapped to investigate the Trump campaign's ties to Russia, Robert Mueller has been praised by both parties for his fierce independence The post Who is Robert Mueller? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

What is a special counsel?

The special counsel will independently investigate any ties between Russia and the Trump election campaign, but the position has its limits The post What is a special counsel? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

How does impeachment work, and could it happen to Donald Trump?

Impeachment is only the first step in a chain of events that leads to removal from office, but that’s unlikely to be set off any time soon The post How does impeachment work, and could it happen to Donald Trump? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Military, police deployed overseas will get tax exemptions, says Sajjan

The move is part of the Liberal government's new defence policy update The post Military, police deployed overseas will get tax exemptions, says Sajjan appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Kevin O’Leary would have role in Bernier-led Conservatives

Bernier says O'Leary would remain in his inner political circle and hopes businessman would stand for election in 2019 The post Kevin O’Leary would have role in Bernier-led Conservatives appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Donald Trump, pouring gas on himself and lighting a match. Again.

Again. And again and again and again..@realDonaldTrump: never misses an opportunity to keep his big mouth shut. But, by all means, keep at it, Comrade Trump. #USpolitics https://t.co/JbfbY2LbZG — Warren Kinsella (@kinsellawarren) May 18, 2017 With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never […]

Infrastructure bank could insulate Canada from risky proposals, says Sohi

Government will be take financial risk regardless, but only on its portion of the funding, not the entire cost of the project, says infrastructure minister The post Infrastructure bank could insulate Canada from risky proposals, says Sohi appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Alberta P.C.s, Wildrose reach merger deal

A merger of the two parties would form a right-wing force to challenge Alberta's NDP government The post Alberta P.C.s, Wildrose reach merger deal appeared first on Macleans.ca.

RIP Chris Cornell

Have loved Soundgarden – and considered Thayill the best-ever rock guitarist – from the minute I picked this record up in 1989. RIP Chris Cornell. What a loss.

What if Trump fires Sean Spicer?

It's an open question how much time Spicer has left as press secretary. Here's how long others have lasted in that job. The post What if Trump fires Sean Spicer? appeared first on Macleans.ca.

Trump’s favourite weekend retreats have terrible cyber security

Testing the measures in place at Mar-a-Lago and other Trump properties revealed easily-hackable WiFi networks, websites, servers and databases The post Trump’s favourite weekend retreats have terrible cyber security appeared first on Macleans.ca.

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