Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Sanders Admits ‘Slip of Tongue’ Regarding FBI

The Story: The release of a lightly redacted report on Russia’s meddling in the US Presidential election of 2016 (the “Mueller report”) has put the...

West Virginia GOP Primary Approaches

The Story: On May 8, Republican voters in West Virginia will choose their party's nominee to oppose the re-election campaign of Senator Joe Manchin (D)....
Republicans compete to challenge Democrat in West Virginia

Morrisey (R) to Face Manchin (D) in November

The Story: On the Republican side, in the West Virginia Senate primary Tuesday, the state's Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey, defeated a large field of candidates,...

Senator Feinstein’ Gun Control Bill Aims at ‘Bump Stocks’

The Story Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the senior Democrat on the Judiciary Committee, has introduced the Automatic Gun Fire Prevention Act, which would ban the...

What was the Top Sports Story of 2017?

The Story: The Associated Press polled sports writers on the question: what was the outstanding sports story of 2017? Their answer: the continuing take-a-knee movement...
Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

The New York Times Suspends White House Correspondent

The Story: News website Vox, a pioneer of "explanatory journalism," revealed in a story posted Monday, November 20, that Glenn Thrush, a renowned and influential...

White Corn Glut Hurts U.S. Farmers

The Story: Corn farmers in much of the United States are taking a hit due to an improvement in the weather conditions in South Africa. Fungibility: Corn...

Republicans Retain a House Seat: Arizona Special Election

The Story: Voters in Arizona's 8th congressional district, in a special election Tuesday, April 24, kept that seat on the Republican side, voting for Debbie...
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Justice Gorsuch Breaks with ‘Conservatives’ in 5-4 Case

The Story: The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided Sessions v. Dimaya, a dispute over a provision in the Immigration and Naturalization Act that provides that non-citizen...

Democratic National Committee Changes Its Rules

The Story: The Democratic National Committee has changed the rules by which that party will decide hereafter who shall be its nominee for President. One...