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“I may not like what this administration’s directing the Environmental Protection Agency to do, but that doesn’t mean I think we ought to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency.”
It’s hard to tell how much of the story 29-year-old Maria Butina told Americans about herself for years is real. But it's clear that her persona — a scrappy girl from Siberia fighting for Russian gun rights — was carefully calibrated to appeal to US conservatives.
Tension between civil society and the government strengthens democracy. That tension no longer exists in Russia.
The ruling protecting abortion rights may not be overturned entirely, but instead chipped away at slowly. Even if it is, abortion won’t suddenly be illegal nationwide.
Sen. Tim Scott said he would not vote in favor of 9th Circuit nominee Ryan Bounds. Bounds came under fire for racially charged college writings.
Internal documents show Facebook’s own marketing strategy was influenced by what it learned from its valued customer, the Trump campaign.
Six days after the US charged 12 Russian hackers with stealing and leaking DNC emails, a Microsoft executive says the same agency is targeting the midterm elections.
The symbolic measure was aimed at dissuading Trump from accepting a deal proposed by Putin to turn over US officials for questioning by Russian investigators.
Two federal judges ordered the government to quickly reunite individual families who sued over border separations, notwithstanding a nationwide reunification deadline at the end of the month.
In interviews filed in federal court this week, immigrant parents and children say they were held for days in frigid, filthy cells and cages at facilities run by US Customs and Border Protection.
The president’s daughter has had an especially public week, right as the White House is having an especially messy one.
“It’s accurate to say most of the energy on Twitter is on the far left, and a lot of the energy in Washington is on the far left.”
The Ohio governor and Donald Trump critic faces tough odds. But people are betting on him anyway.
An exhibit list released this week in the Mueller investigation cites emails from 2014. It was previously reported that Tad Devine, a top Sanders strategist, stopped working in Ukraine in 2012.
"I see her as the future — I’m hoping Bernie runs in 2020 — but I think she’s the future of the party. "
Kavanaugh has been on Trump's shortlist since November. He said his contact with the White House started the day Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement.
The heavily-redacted documents reveal that the FBI told the secret surveillance court in 2016 that it believed the one-time foreign policy aide to the Trump campaign had been “collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government.”
Some phone calls reportedly cost up to $8 per minute.
The judge also agreed to delay Manafort's trial in Virginia by a week after his lawyer complained about a last-minute production of documents by the government.
"I think this is just a very, very petty thing to do," Jim Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, said in response to the news.