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White House disputes political risks for 2018

White House disputes political risks for 2018

The campaign will run in congressional districts in 15 states. Even worse, some Republicans started talking about another dreaded R word: fix. "It's unlikely to get worse from here from where they landed yesterday", Vitale said Friday, a day after the House vote.



James Comey 'not anxious about any tapes' despite Trump's Twitter

He gave no indication that those discussions or others were taped. "So it is not surprising or abnormal that I would not have known about the investigation or even more important, the content of that investigation". The No. 2 Democrat in the Senate, Richard Durbin, slammed the president after Friday's tweets, telling MSNBC that the president is "dangerous because he may be obstructing justice in terms of the investigation.



Automaker Nissan's United Kingdom plant hit by cyber attack

Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they had identified the malicious software behind the attack in over 70 countries, although both said the attack had hit Russian Federation the hardest. "Our focus is on supporting organisations to manage the incident swiftly and decisively, but we will continue to communicate with NHS colleagues and will share more information as it becomes available", it said.


NJ Lawmakers Question Amtrak's Scheduling Decisions for Penn Station Repairs

NJ Lawmakers Question Amtrak's Scheduling Decisions for Penn Station Repairs

Moorman painted a picture of Penn Station as a relic that handles 1,300 train movements on an average weekday, twice what it handled in the 1970s when Amtrak took over, without a corresponding federal investment in capital improvements. "I have called for legislative hearings so that legislators can hold Amtrak officials accountable to our constituents". Charles Schumer said Tuesday the bipartisan budget agreement gives Amtrak $1.495 billion, a $105 million increase over previous year and the ...


Attorney general sparks fear with push for harsh sentences

Attorney general sparks fear with push for harsh sentences

If you want to collect a drug debt, you can't, and you don't, file a lawsuit in court. Sessions, though, said it had "impaired the [Bureau of Prisons'] ability to meet the future needs of the federal correctional system" - hinting that he saw a very different future for putting people behind bars.