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Fox News's Kimberly Guilfoyle up for White House press secretary job

If Guilfoyle takes the job, she would leave her current gig as a co-host of Fox News' " The Five ". She thinks an fantastic relationship like that is "imperative for success" as the president's press secretary, and though she's still not saying if she'd take the job, Guilfoyle makes it clear that she thinks she's the flawless person for it.


Senate Republicans seek more time on 'grand bargain'

Senate Republicans seek more time on 'grand bargain'

Currently, the state has experienced a two-year budget stalemate, a result of Republican Governor Bruce Rauner and the state's top Democrats failing to compromise on what the budget should look like. "They have not passed as a package so we're going to move forward and let them pass on their own merits", Trotter said. Patty Schuh (shoo) is spokeswoman for Republican Leader Christine Radogno (ruh-DOHN'-yoh) of Lemont.



Donald Trump didn't threaten James Comey through his tweet, Sean Spicer confirms

But just like that, the president gave an interview to NBC News in which he said it was his idea from the beginning, and that he was thinking about Russian Federation when he made the final decision to fire Comey. McCabe received criticism previous year for not recusing himself from the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. Legal analyst Bradley Moss, who specializes in national security issues, called such an exchange "highly inappropriate" at a minimum.


Emergency declared after nuclear waste tunnel collapse

Emergency declared after nuclear waste tunnel collapse

In 1989, the Department of Energy , Environmental Protection Agency, and Washington State agreed to start what would become one of the biggest nuclear site cleanups in the United States. In an update to their early statement, the Energy Department said that the soil had "subsided" in in a small area over one of the tunnels next to Hanford's Plutonium Uranium Extraction Facility, also known as PUREX.


United Nations mulls further sanctions against North Korea

United Nations mulls further sanctions against North Korea

Researchers have said that some of the code used in Friday's ransomware, known as WannaCry software, was almost identical to the code used by the Lazarus Group, a group of North Korean hackers who used a similar version for the devastating hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2014 and the last year's hack of Bangladesh Central Bank.