Dems rip Nunes’ plan for private huddle with Barr to discuss criminal allegations

Dems rip Nunes’ plan for private huddle with Barr to discuss criminal allegations

Before seeing its contents, Rep. Devin Nunes labeled special counsel Robert Mueller's report a "partisan document" and said "we can just burn it up." | Drew Angerer/Getty Images House Democrats are crying foul over a plan by the Intelligence Committee's top Republican, Rep. Devin Nunes, to meet privately with Attorney General William Barr to push…
Donald Trump’s Favorite Photographer Works for the New York Times

Donald Trump’s Favorite Photographer Works for the New York Times

Christopher Cadelago is a reporter for Politico. Earlier in his administration, as Donald Trump launched attack after attack on the mainstream media, a series of newspaper photographs caught his attention, in a good way. The photos all appeared in the New York Times, which Trump had branded the “enemy of the American people” and declared…
Lawmakers seek to limit president’s national emergency authority

Lawmakers seek to limit president’s national emergency authority

“It gives a tremendous amount of authority to the president, and we need to change the actual structure," said Rep. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.). | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo House Republicans are pursuing an effort with Democrats to pull back the president’s authority to declare national emergencies — but only after the GOP showed support for…
The fight to reclaim holy ground from Steve Bannon

The fight to reclaim holy ground from Steve Bannon

COLLEPARDO, Italy — After masterminding Donald Trump’s success, Steve Bannon turned his attention to building a far-right political movement in Europe. But a group of activists in a tiny village outside Rome are hoping to disrupt that effort. Around 200 people marched Saturday in Collepardo, an hour and a half from the Italian capital, to protest…
Appeals court narrows path for disclosure of grand jury info in Mueller report

Appeals court narrows path for disclosure of grand jury info in Mueller report

The impact of the court's new decision in the current battle over disclosure of Robert Mueller's report could be limited because the Democrat-controlled House is already demanding the special counsel’s full submission. | Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images Legal Court splits, 2-1, in a closely watched case that could affect the release of the special counsel’s review.…
Warren proposes $640 billion student debt cancellation

Warren proposes $640 billion student debt cancellation

While Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has been in the middle of the pack in raising money and in polling, she has set the pace on policy. | Rick Bowmer/AP Photo Sen. Elizabeth Warren rolled out yet another ambitious policy proposal Monday morning as she called for canceling approximately $640 billion in outstanding student loan…
Michael Cohen hearing: Live video, testimony analysis & reaction

Michael Cohen hearing: Live video, testimony analysis & reaction

Here’s another question that’s come in on Twitter Thanks, Matthew. Cohen has a lot of other documents, but because of the way this has worked out, Trump’s lawyers probably have most or all of them. After Cohen’s office, home and hotel room were raided by the FBI, Trump’s attorneys demanded the right to look at…

Supreme Court rules against Apple in dispute over app prices

The Supreme Court rejected Apple's arguments as to why its App Store should be immune to antitrust lawsuits from disgruntled consumers. | Kevin Frayer/Getty Images The Supreme Court delivered a legal blow to Apple Monday morning in a ruling that states consumers who have made purchases through the company's App Store can sue the iPhone…
Trump’s Biden-bashing splits his advisers

Trump’s Biden-bashing splits his advisers

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner's “low drama, high confidence” approach means the Trump campaign should focus on building out the campaign’s infrastructure, raising money and developing an unparalleled data operation. | Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP File Photo 2020 Elections Kushner told campaign officials to not attack 2020 Dems — but that rule doesn’t seem to…
Newsom takes his case against death penalty to national stage

Newsom takes his case against death penalty to national stage

Newsom's executive order comes after California voters in the last two presidential elections rejected attempts to repeal the death penalty. In 2016, not only did voters block the repeal, but they fast-tracked death penalty appeals through a competing measure backed by law enforcement groups. | AP Photo/Nick Ut, File By CARLA MARINUCCI 03/14/2019 07:43 PM…
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