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Trump's Tax Reform Seen In Peril

Trump's Tax Reform Seen In Peril

During the campaign, he promised to release the returns once the audit is finished, but he has since backtracked on that pledge. The President's conflicts of interest are at the heart of this argument, and it's a simple and effective one.


Veteran kills wife at California school after making threats

Veteran kills wife at California school after making threats

Police Chief Jarrod Burguan, who won national praise for the way his department responded to the 2015 shootings, announced previous year he was hiring additional officers. "As a result of this tragedy, North Park Elementary will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and Del Vallejo Middle School will serve as a temporary location to provide counseling and support services to North Park staff members, parents and students on Tuesday and Wednesday", the school district said in a statement .


Marilyn Ross: Accept that North Korea now has nuclear weapons

Marilyn Ross: Accept that North Korea now has nuclear weapons

The consensus including China is "that this problem is coming to a head". Two days after his return to Beijing, North Korea launched the rocket, widely viewed as a ballistic missile test in disguise, further ratcheting up tensions on the Korean peninsula.


Trump tweet-rages at marchers demanding tax returns

Trump tweet-rages at marchers demanding tax returns

Trump, of course, made waves as a candidate when he was the first candidate in decades to refuse to release his tax returns - ever. Sunday morning tweets are a peculiar tradition for President Trump, and his long weekend at Mar-a-Lago didn't interrupt it.


Trump, First Lady Welcome Attendees to 139th White House Easter Egg Roll

Trump, First Lady Welcome Attendees to 139th White House Easter Egg Roll

First lady Melania Trump gave a shoutout Monday to USA troops as she welcomed visitors to the 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll. About 35,000 people attended a year ago, when then-first lady Michelle Obama organized a carnival-like affair with pop singers, celebrity chefs and professional sports stars.


Death penalty critics speak up as U.S. judge blocks series of executions

Death penalty critics speak up as U.S. judge blocks series of executions

District Judge Kristine Baker granted the inmates stays of execution on Saturday, but she rejected their arguments that too little time between executions violated their constitutional rights. The inmates' attorneys had challenges the compressed timetable and the state's use of midazolam, which has been used in flawed executions in other states.