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Monday Mar 19, 2018

With U.S. and North Korea resuming high-level diplomacy and North Korea’s nuclear arsenal again on the table, what went wrong with the 1994 Agreed Framework is again on the table. That diplomatic deal meant to end North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and prevent the reclusive communist state from abandoning the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty,... Read more

Former Clinton pollster Mark Penn weighed in on Pennsylvania’s 16th congressional district special election result, crediting Rep.-elect Conor Lamb’s (D-PA) victory to the candidate going against the far left like Nancy Pelosi. “[A]fter so much talk that the party was moving to Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders [the special Pennsylvania con... Read more

When Attorney General Jeff Sessions accused former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe of “lack of candor,” he was lodging one of the most damning accusations for a bureau man to have lodged against him. While much of Washington has been focused on the politics of the firing, which came 48 hours before the 21-year FBI veteran was set to officia... Read more

Following his termination late Friday night, former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe declared that he was “singled out” after “unrelenting” attacks by President Trump and critics. McCabe’s objections are less than credible, given the virtually unprecedented recommendation of career officials to fire the one-time acting FBI director. However,... Read more

The guns and ammunition of a 56-year-old Lighthouse Point, Florida, resident were confiscated by police in what is reportedly the first such seizure under gun control laws signed by Gov. Rick Scott (R) last week. The Orlando Sentinel reports that “four firearms and 267 rounds of ammunition” were taken from the man, and he was “taken to a hosp... Read more

Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe Friday night, just two days before he was set to retire and receive his government pension. The Department of Justice’s inspector general recommended firing McCabe earlier this week o Read more

Two federal law-enforcement officials who were removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation for exchanging partisan text messages conspired to set up a meeting with the presiding judge in the case against Michael Flynn, according to text messages obtained by The Federalist. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) ... Read more

Danny Tarkanian, a perennial Republican candidate who had planned a primary challenge to Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), will now run for the House instead after President Trump convinced him to halt his Senate bid. Tarkanian had been positioning himself for a run to Heller's right, blasting the incumbent as a weak ally to Trump. But in what app... Read more

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The two firms responsible for building Florida International University’s "instant bridge," which suddenly collapsed Thursday and left six people dead, are coming under increased scrutiny as details emerge of past engineering failures and inspection fines -- including a recent accusation that one hired “unskilled” and “careless” workers. The ... Read more

Republican leadership is going to fund sanctuary cities in the must-pass spending bill next week, giving Democrats a huge victory while simultaneously undercutting conservatives who put them in power, a senior GOP aide told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “House and Senate leadership has rolled over and played dead on border security. When ... Read more

Broward Deputy Scot Peterson stands safely behind a concrete wall taking no action as high school students lay dead and wounded just feet away, newly released video of the Florida school shooting shows. The Broward Sheriff’s Office released the 27-minute video Thursday of the former longtime resource officer responding to initial reports of a... Read more

The U.S. will impose new economic sanctions on two-dozen Russian individuals and entities for cyberattacks in the U.S. and meddling in the 2016 election, senior national security officials said Thursday. The Treasury Department will target five entities and 19 individuals from Russia for actions ranging from the “destabilizing efforts” in the... Read more

The union representing Department of Education bureaucrats is crying foul after the agency constrained union privileges following months of delays in negotiation. On Monday the agency implemented a new collective bargaining agreement with its employees, who are represented by the American Federation of Government Employees. The terms of the de Read more

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is holding onto his pension just days before he is set to officially retire. McCabe was at the Justice Department to meet with Scott Schools, the most senior career attorney in the department, as well as other officials, for a majority of the afternoon Thursday, to make a case why he should be allowed ... Read more

U.S. District Judge Sam Lindsay dismissed the lawsuit Ahmed “Clock Boy” Mohamed brought against the Irving Independent School District Wednesday, after he was wrongfully arrested for bringing a device to school that resembled a bomb. The device at issue was a homemade clock, not a bomb. As Mohamed is a Muslim and t Read more

The House of Representative passed a bill Tuesday to harden school security, and invest in training for students, teachers and law enforcement to identify and respond to signs of gun violence. What’s in the bill? The STOP (Students, Teachers, and Officers Preventing) School Violence Act of 2018 passed by an overwhelming 407-10 margin. It was... Read more

On Tuesday New Jersey's new Democratic governor, Phil Murphy, broke sharply with President Trump and Congress on taxes. He used his first budget address to propose a hefty tax hike on millionaires. In other high-tax states, Democratic politicians are emphasizing a different way to go anti-Trump. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, for example, is pro... Read more

Free speech may not mean what most college students think it means. The majority of college students surveyed in a Gallup/Knight Foundation study said they support free speech and believe it is vital to the health of democracy. Yet droves of students also said they favor policies that restrict free speech such as safe spaces, free speech z... Read more

In his first annual message to the legislature in January—roughly equivalent in ceremonial significance to a State of the Union address—Liberian President George Manneh Weah called for eliminating the “unnecessary, racist, and inappropriate” constitutional clause that bars non-blacks from becoming full citizens of his nation. Liberia’s top Mu... Read more

New York City could be the next site of a chemical assassination attempt if world leaders fail to punish Russia for its alleged role in poising of a former spy in the United Kingdom, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned Wednesday. “If we don't take immediate concrete measures to address this now, Salisbury will not be the ... Read more

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