Category: National

Attorney General William Barr may quit, rumors say

Attorney General William Barr may quit, rumors say

The Associated Press reports that an administrative official says Attorney General William Barr is considering quitting. It is also reported that Barr has been telling his inner circle his thoughts of leaving the position. This comes after Barr’s frustration with President Donald Trump over tweets about the Justice Department and its’ cases. President Trump ignored Barr’s warning, and Barr publicly […]

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FLOODING CONTINUES IN PARTS OF MISSISSIPPI

FLOODING CONTINUES IN PARTS OF MISSISSIPPI

  AFTER RECENT FLOODING’S IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. HUNDREDS OF HOMES AND BUSINESSES ARE STILL WITHOUT POWER. RESIDENTS OF THE AREA, ARE BEING ALLOWED TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMES TODAY. IT IS STILL UNCLEAR WHEN THE POWER WILL BE TURNED BACK ON. THERE IS STILL RAIN MOVING THROUGH MOST OF EASTERN TEXAS TO SOUTH CAROLINA. FORECASTERS DO PREDICT THE POSSIBILITY OF […]

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Increasing oil production fears environmental activists

Increasing oil production fears environmental activists

Oil production is on the rise and many are worried about what that might mean for the environment. There are currently one billion barrels of oil being produced which is up 13% from 2018. Environmental activists question whether or not the money is worth the cost of the environment. The government has increased its profits to $7.5 billion in 2019.

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Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

After the release of Robert Mueller’s investigation report Trump took to twitter to celebrate the victory.  Other supports came to his defense as well claiming the investigation to be nothing but a witch hunt.  Members of the Democratic party have been firing back though.  Corey Booker tweeted ” The American people deserve the truth. Not spin from a Trump appointee. […]

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Boy claiming to be missing child revealed to be 23-year-old man

The FBI has determined that the boy claiming to be 14-year-old Timmothy Pitzen is actually a 23- year-old man. The boy, found wandering the streets of Newport, Kentucky, is actually 23-year-old Brian Michael Rini of Ohio. Rini had claimed to have escaped kidnappers in Cincinnati before runnin across a bridge. In 2011, Pitzen’s mother picked up Timmothy from school before […]

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Amy Klobuchar announces presidential bid in Minneapolis at Boom Island Park - Photo Credit: AP Photo/Jim Mone

Amy Klobuchar releases tax returns

Amy Klobuchar is the latest 2020 presidential candidate to release her tax returns to the public. On Monday she released 12 years of returns, dating back to 2006 when she first became a candidate for federal office. “Transparency and accountability are fundamental to good governance” said the Minnesotan candidate. Democrats have criticized President Trump for refusing to make his tax […]

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The Fight For Liberians to Stay in the U.S.

The Fight For Liberians to Stay in the U.S.

A coalition of attorney generals including Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison is helping in supporting Liberians in their fight to stay in the United States. Ellison and others have filed a brief on Monday supporting the immigrants in a lawsuit over Trump’s decision to end a humanitarian program. The program allowed the Liberian immigrants to live and work in the […]

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Trump’s Border Wall

Trump’s Border Wall

The House will fall short of the two-thirds margin needed to override President Trumps first veto. With the votes falling short, Trumps national emergency at the Mexican border will hold. Trump will be able add more than $3 billion to the construction of the wall with this emergency. Democrats in congress have opposed the national emergency from the beginning. Lawmakers […]

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Brazil President Visits White House

Brazil President Visits White House

Today President Donald Trump hosted the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro who ahead of the meeting spoke highly of Trump. The two are expected to talk about many issues, which includes way for the US to increase private-sector investments in Brazil and ways to sort out the Venezuela political crisis.

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Sniper Sentence

Sniper Sentence

The Supreme Court will be reviewing a Virginia case to reinstate the life-without-parole sentence for a man who participated in a sniper shooting in 2002. Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 years old when he and John Allen Muhammad killed 10 people in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C,. A Virginia appeals court ruled last year that Mavlo should be re-sentenced because […]

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