Congressional Democrats Subpoena Former White House Counsel Don McGahn

Congressional Democrats have issued a subpoena for former White House counsel Don McGahn. The announcement was made earlier today by Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler. “The Special Counsel’s report, even in redacted form, outlines substantial evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction and other abuses,” Nadler wrote in a statement. “It now […]

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House Democrats Subpoena Full Version of Mueller Report

The long-awaited report conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller was made public yesterday. In it, Mueller’s team lays out in thorough detail the results of a nearly 2-year-long investigation. The top-line conclusions of the report are that while both the Russian government and the Trump Campaign expected to benefit from the success of the other, […]

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Alphabet Tops LinkedIn’s List of Most Desired Companies

Online job search firm LinkedIn has released its annual list of most sought after companies. This year’s Top Companies list is the company’s fourth and lists the companies Americans most want to work for – and remain at once they’re there. The methodology behind the list is actual actions LinkedIn users have taken on the […]

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Kirstjen Nielsen Out as Homeland Security Secretary

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen resigned her post Sunday. The announcement was made by President Trump on Twitter. “Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen will be leaving her position, and I would like to thank her for her service…” the President wrote on Twitter. In a subsequent tweet the President said U.S. Customs and Border […]

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Singapore Looks to Get Tough on Fake News

Updated 4/3/19 at 5:48 p.m. Singapore may be the first nation to hold social media platforms responsible for allowing fake news to go unchecked on their platforms with a new law being proposed. The law, submitted in its parliament yesterday, would require social media platforms to carry disclaimers on postings the governments deems to be […]

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NYC to Become First U.S. City to Pass Congestion Pricing

New York City has become the first U.S. city to pass what is known as congestion pricing – tolls on vehicles entering the city during peak traffic hours. The fees are part of a state budget agreed to by the state legislature and New York State’s Democratic governor, Andrew Cuomo last week. Congestion pricing has […]

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McDonald’s Bets Big on Machine-Learning Based Menus

McDonald’s is betting that it can use data to take intelligence around customer orders to a new level. “How do you transition from mass marketing to mass personalization?” asks McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook. “To do that, you’ve really got to unlock the data within that ecosystem in a way that’s useful to a customer.” The […]

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No Collusion Found as Attorney General Releases Mueller Report Summary

The Attorney General William Barr has notified Congress that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation found no evidence of collusion on the part of the Trump campaign and the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The notification was made in a four-page letter sent by Barr to the chairs and ranking members […]

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