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Trump and Corker exchange insults ahead of GOP unity lunch

by Louis Nelson, Politico

October 24, 2017

Filed under National News

President Donald Trump and Sen. Bob Corker dramatically escalated their feud on Tuesday, with both lobbing insults ahead of a Capitol Hill lunch between Trump and GOP senators to project unity on their ambitious agenda. Corker...

The UK agency that compiled the data in Trump’s terrorism tweet disagrees with his assessment

by Philip Bump, Washington Post

October 20, 2017

Filed under National News

President Trump makes two arguments in opposition to immigration, both debatable. The first is economic, that immigrants in the country illegally (and even many here legally) undercut American workers. A report from the National...

Trump threatens to abandon Puerto Rico recovery effort

by Phillip Rucker, Washington Post

October 12, 2017

Filed under National News

President Trump served notice Thursday that he may pull back federal relief workers from Puerto Rico, effectively threatening to abandon the U.S. territory amid a staggering humanitarian crisis in the aftermath of Hurricane...

Yahoo says all three billion accounts hacked in 2013 data theft

by Jonathan Stempel and Jim Finkle

October 4, 2017

Filed under National News

Yahoo on Tuesday said that all 3 billion of its accounts were hacked in a 2013 data theft, tripling its earlier estimate of the size of the largest breach in history, in a disclosure that attorneys said sharply increased the legal ...

Trump Lobs Praise, and Paper Towels, to Puerto Rico Storm Victims

by Mark Landler, New York Times

October 4, 2017

Filed under National News

President Trump ventured on Tuesday to a storm-ravaged American island territory where residents have felt neglected by their government, telling Puerto Rican officials that they should be proud that only 16 people were known to ha...

U.S. Supreme Court divided over key employment dispute

by Lawrence Hurley and Robert Iafolla

October 2, 2017

Filed under National News

Liberal U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday defended the right of workers to bring class-action lawsuits against companies but their conservative counterparts who are in the majority sounded skeptical in the biggest business...

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