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Attorney General Sessions Further Limits Who Will Receive Asylum in US

In a 31-page opinion issued by the office of the Attorney General, Jeff Sessions further limited who is qualified to receive asylum in the United States. The decision disqualifies people fleeing from domestic violence or other “non-governmental” violent crimes from being eligible to be granted a refuge in the US. Women running away from abuse […]

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President Appealing His Ban from Banning Twitter Followers

In the wake of last month’s federal court ruling disallowing President Trump from blocking followers of his on Twitter, the President and one of his top aides filed an appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Dan Scavino, the White House social media director, and President Trump, claim that the President […]

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FEC Looking for Connection Between NRA, Russia and Trump

It looks like the Federal Election Commission believes there could be an un-holy alliance between Russia and the National Rifle Association, so much so that the FEC is launching an investigation into the existence of such a partnership. The suspicion is that Russian groups gave illegal donations to the NRA whose purpose was to support […]

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Mueller Releases Indictments in Russian Election Interference Probe

After months of investigation special counsel Robert Mueller’s office delivered 13 indictments against Russian nationals and three foreign organizations, all relating to the US presidential elections of 2016. The following are the most jaw-dropping assertions found in the announcement made by the Department of Justice: The plotters are accused of attending pro-Trump rallies in Florida […]