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Senate Intelligence Committee comes for the stupidest man in the Trump–Russia investigation

Former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn has a son who is also named Michael Flynn. Flynn the younger is best known for his outlandish statements in support of every possible conspiracy theory, such as a Russian bribery scandal...Show More Summary

President Comments on Alexander-Murray Proposal

Here’s the President’s comment on the Alexander-Murray Obamacare stabilization proposal from his speech this evening at the Heritage Foundation. “And I’m pleased the Democrats have finally responded to my call for them to take responsibility for their Obamacare disaster and work with Republicans to provide much-needed relief to the American people. Show More Summary

Trump’s Call To Green Beret’s Widow Is Horrific: He ‘Knew What He Signed Up For’

Donald Trump, President Crazy Pants, finally got around to calling the families of the 4 dead Green Beret soldiers murdered in an ambush in Niger over a week ago. And the calls went about as well as expected. No, scratch that, they went even worse than expected. Local 10 from Miami reports that while on a call with the pregnant widow of U.S. Show More Summary

Study: Colorado Opioid Deaths Are Dropping After Pot Legalization

From the Washington Post, a very interesting report: Marijuana legalization in Colorado led to a “reversal” of opiate overdose deaths in that state, according to new research published in the American Journal of Public Health. “After...Show More Summary

Trump finally calls military widow, tells her 'he knew what he signed up for'

Good God: U.S. President Donald Trump   told U.S. Army Sgt. La   David Johnson's widow Tuesday that "he knew what he signed up for...but when it happens it hurts anyway," when he died serving in northwestern Africa, according to Rep....Show More Summary

Judge dismisses Russian billionaire's suit against AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit brought against The Associated Press by a Russian billionaire with ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin. U.S. District Judge Ellen Huvelle said in a 21-page ruling...Show More Summary

White House won't answer congressional questions over official business done on private emails

Trump golden boy son-in-law Jared Kushner and a number of other top Trump officials have been using private email addresses to do official business all along, we learned last month, despite that whole Trump campaign “lock her up” thing because Hillary Clinton used a private email server. Show More Summary

Statement on DHS nominee Kirstjen Nielsen

Statement to the Rachel Maddow Show from PR company assisting DHS nominee Kirstjen Nielsen

Good news: 'Trump's unpopularity has been massively underplayed in the media'

Campaign Action If you're downright sick of the media narrative that no matter how ignorant and incompetent Donald Trump proves to be, his true believers just won't abandon him—here's some polling data to delight in taken from a grab...Show More Summary

Trumps Muslim Ban Loses Again in Court

A federal judge on Tuesday largely blocked the Trump administration from implementing the latest version of the president's controversial travel ban... The decision from Judge Derrick K. Watson in Hawaii is sure to be appealed, but for...Show More Summary

Families of the fallen, and their presidents

The Associated Press spoke Tuesday with family members who have lost loved ones in U.S. military operations and asked them about their interactions, if any, with the president at the time — George W. Bush, Barack Obama or Donald Trump. Here's...Show More Summary

Schumer: Republicans 'own the health-care system in this country from top to bottom'

Campaign Action Senate Democrats hold a lot of cards right now as Republicans are scrambling to clean up the mess popular vote loser Donald Trump has dumped on them with just about every action he's taken, but particularly with regards to the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary

Logging Company’s Attack On Environmental Activist Groups Dismissed By Federal Court

A lawsuit by logging company Resolute Forest Products to suppress environmental activism by Greenpeace and Stand.earth was dismissed by a federal court. The post Logging Company’s Attack On Environmental Activist Groups Dismissed By Federal Court appeared first on Shadowproof.

The problem with Fox’s Alabama Senate race poll

The Alamanda Senate race is all tied up, according to a Fox News poll released Tuesday. The only problem? The poll doesn’t screen for likely voters. The Fox poll has Republican nominee Roy Moore and Democratic nominee Doug Jones tied at 42 percent. The results are striking for the deep red state, as Fox notes […]

Scientists detect collision of neutron stars for the first time, sparking a new age in astronomy

In what is being described as a “transformational” moment in astronomy, scientists for the first time have verified the existence of an explosion known as a “kilonova” thanks to detectors across the globe that spotted gravitational waves...Show More Summary

The Latest: Trump says US should not tear down history

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's speech to the conservative Heritage Foundation (all times EDT): 7:40 p.m. President Donald Trump is using his appearance in front of a conservative think tank to argue the U.S....Show More Summary

Spicer's day-long interview with special counsel Mueller

Special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly interviewed former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Monday, and Spicer appears to have had a lot to say. Politico writes: President Donald Trump’s former press secretary Sean Spicer...Show More Summary

Drone Collides with Commercial Plane in Canada

A drone has collided with a commercial aircraft in Canada, the first such incident in the country, according to the Transport Ministry. The drone struck one of the plane's wings, while six passengers and two crew members were aboard....Show More Summary

With FEMA largely MIA, Chicago woman treks to Puerto Rico to aid her ailing parents

Donald Trump’s treatment of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands (you’re president of that too, Donald) has been criminally negligent. As he’s golfed five times in nine days, it’s been civilians like chef  José Andrés  who are filling the vacuum to assist their fellow Americans. Show More Summary

Democrats drag bridge scandal into race to succeed Christie

FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) — Democrats hoping to win this year's contest to succeed Republican Gov. Chris Christie dragged the George Washington Bridge lane closures scandal into the campaign on Tuesday, with the mayor whose streets were deliberately...Show More Summary

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