Monthly Archives: May 2019

Is Trump making a mistake taking on Biden directly this early in the race?

Trump is already focusing almost all of his attention on the 2020 campaign at one Democrat in the race: Joe Biden. But is Trump making a mistake? Eugene Robinson and David Jolly react. Read more Read the origin of topic … Continue reading

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A Cascades Home Designed to Feel Like Summer Camp

Bill Broadhead says his family’s second home – what he calls “Mid-Century mountain” – works best when it is full of guests. Beyond its six bedrooms and a bunk room that sleeps 13, common areas give guests plenty of room … Continue reading

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Lawrence’s Last Word: William Barr is wrong

Lawrence O’Donnell shows video of congressional staff lawyers asking questions in hearings beginning with Bobby Kennedy. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest Headlines

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Nancy Pelosi Says Attorney General Barr Lied to Congress

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Attorney General William Barr of lying to Congress on April 9, when he told lawmakers he wasn’t aware of special counsel Robert Mueller’s concerns about his summarization of the report. It was revealed on May … Continue reading

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Trump administration has ‘no way to link’ separated migrant families

NBC’s Jacob Soboroff on his exclusive reporting of emails between Trump administration officials that show they did not have a central database of information to reunite migrant families who had been separated during the zero-tolerance policy Read more Read the … Continue reading

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Armed Drones Are a Growing Threat From Rebels in Yemen

Yemen’s Houthi rebels are using armed drones with startling success. WSJ reporters describe their increasing sophistication and recent confirmed attacks. Illustration: Laura Kammermann Read the origin of topic at WSJ Live Video

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White House counsel sends new letter to Barr, a ‘blistering attack’ on Mueller report

In a new letter to AG Barr, White House lawyer Emmett Flood described the Mueller report as suffering from an "extraordinary legal defect," and says that it "deliberately fails to comply with the requirements of governing law." Read more Read … Continue reading

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‘Medicare For All’ Dominates Debate at WSJ Health Forum

At a Wall Street Journal event with business leaders and policy makers in health care on Tuesday, WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib talked with Seema Verma of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and Rep. Debbie Dingell of Michigan. Photo: … Continue reading

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Barr’s Justice Dept asks court to tear…

Around the same time Bill Barr was making a mockery of the rule of law, his Justice Department asked a court to tear down the existing US health care system. Read more Read the origin of topic at msnbc.com Latest … Continue reading

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Infrastructure Spending: One Big Item Where There Could be Progress in Washington

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer will meet with President Trump on Tuesday to discuss a major infrastructure bill. Will there be bipartisan progress? WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains. Photos: Getty Read the origin of topic … Continue reading

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