Pruitt Out

Embattled administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt has resigned. President Donald Trump made the announcement on Twitter. “I have accepted the resignation of Scott Pruitt as the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Within the Agency Scott has done an outstanding job, and I will always be thankful to him for this,” President […]

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Rescinds Affirmative Action, Asylum-Right-to-Work Guidances

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the rescission of twenty-four guidance documents written by previous administrations yesterday, in an effort to do away with regulations he says skirt the rule of law or are otherwise incorrect. In November 2017 Sessions issued a memorandum to DOJ employees prohibiting the creation of rules that did not follow procedures […]

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LeBron James, in Mega-Deal, Takes His Talents to LA

The National Basketball Association’s most coveted free agent, LeBron James, is leaving his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers and heading west – to Los Angeles. The announcement was made via tweet by his agency, Klutch Sports Group. “LeBron James, four time NBA MVP, three time NBA finals MVP, fourteen time NBA All Star, and two time Olympic […]

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Trump Administration Unveils New Tax Form That’s the Size of a Postcard

The Treasury Department has unveiled the 2019 IRS Form 1040 – the form many Americans use to file their taxes – and there is a peculiar twist to the new version: it’s the size of a postcard. It is the fulfillment of a promise to simplify the U.S. tax code for the majority of Americans. […]

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5 Dead, Others Injured at Shooting at Capital Gazette

A lone gunmen opened fire in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, today, killing five and gravely injuring an unspecified number of others. A suspect, 38-year-old Jarrod Ramos, is in custody. Authorities have called it a targeted attack. “This was a targeted attack on the Capital Gazette,” said William Krampf, Anne Arundel […]

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Supreme Court, in Major Victory for Trump, Upholds Travel Ban

The Supreme Court handed the Trump administration a major victory today upholding its travel ban against majority-Muslim countries. The decision was split 5-4, with the Court’s conservative-leaning justices voting to uphold the ban while its liberal-leaning justices voted to strike it down. Justice Kennedy, the Court’s sole swing vote, sided with the conservative view. The […]

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Harley Davidson to Become First Causality in Trump’s Bourgeoning Trade War

Harley Davidson is about to be an unintended causality in the President’s growing trade war with the European Union. The company has announced it will be moving some of its iconic motorcycle production out of the U.S. in order to avoid new tariffs imposed by the EU. The Trump administration announced tariffs on steel and […]

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Canadian Developer Gets Approval to Build Largest Mall in U.S.

A Canadian real estate developer has won approval to build what would be the most expensive and largest mall ever built in the U.S. The mall, to be built in the Miami, FL, area would be a massive 6.2 million-square-foot complex and would cost roughly $4 billion. The developer, Triple Five Worldwide Group of Cos. […]

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