After Comments On Pedophilia, Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns
NPR Reports on the 32-year-old conservative provocateur resigned from Breitbart, lost a book contract and a high-profile speaking engagement after past remarks resurfaced showing him seemingly praising pedophilia. READ MORE
Conway Should Be Investigated For Plugging Ivanka Trump Products, Ethics Agency Says
In a letter made public Tuesday, the Office of Government Ethics wrote to White House attorneys that there's reason to believe that Conway violated the standards of ethical conduct for executive employees by endorsing Ivanka Trump's fashion line during a television interview last week. NPR Reports. READ MORE
Judge grants stay against part of Trump’s immigration order
Federal Judge Ann Donnelly in Brooklyn, N.Y. granted a request by the American Civil Liberties Union and issued a stay late Saturday on the deportations of valid visa holders after they have landed at a U.S. airport. The ruling by Donnelly temporarily blocks President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration signed Friday. PBS Reports. Support Victims of Rape and Persecution READ MORE
Trump’s Suggested Import Tax Would Mean Americans Pay For That Wall
President Trump's push for a wall on the border has opened a diplomatic rift with Mexico. After Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced he was canceling a visit to Washington, Mr. Trump gave no ground at a GOP retreat in Philadelphia. Congressional leaders said Congress would be willing to foot the bill for a wall for now. Show your support for Christian Missionaries - Make A Donation READ MORE
Trump offers scattershot response to global Women’s March
Donald Trump's first day in office has been marked by much of the same discord that characterized his campaign. PBS reports. Support Victims of Rape and Persecution WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Sunday offered a scattershot response to the sweeping post-inauguration pr READ MORE
GOP’s Go-Slow ‘Rescue Mission’ Plan To Replace Obamacare
The Affordable Care Act has brought insurance coverage to millions of low-income Americans. But with President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress vowing to repeal the law, its future is uncertain. NPR report. READ MORE
If Republicans Repeal Health Law, Paying For A Replacement Could Be Tough
Leading Republicans in Congress have vowed that even if they repeal most of the Affordable Care Act early in 2017, a replacement won't hurt those now receiving benefits. Republicans will seek to ensure that "no one is w READ MORE
Trump dropping ‘drain the swamp’ rally cry, Newt Gingrich says
WASHINGTON | PBS — One of Donald Trump’s advisers says the president-elect is no longer interested in his rallying cry “drain the swamp.” “I’m told he now just disclaims that. He now says it was cute, READ MORE
Here’s what’s happening with recount efforts in four states
Five states are now contending with requests for recounts of ballots cast in the Nov. 8 presidential election. PBS Reports. Here’s what’s happening with recount efforts in four states READ MORE
Trump claims ‘millions’ voted illegally, without evidence
The latest totals show Hillary Clinton leading Trump in the popular vote by more than 2 million. Trump tweeted on Sunday afternoon, "I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally." He did not provide evidence to back up that claim and Trump's representatives did not immediately respond to a request for more information. PBS Reports. READ MORE
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