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Trump Travel Ban Blocked By Va.-Based Federal Appeals Court

An appeals court from the USA state of Virginia refused on Thursday to reinstate President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban on travellers from six Muslim-majority nations, stating it was rooted in "intolerance". Ten of the judges who heard the case, all of them appointed by Democratic presidents, voted to keep Trump's travel restrictions on hold. The 9 U.S.


Gianforte keeps low profile after assault charge

Gianforte keeps low profile after assault charge

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) told reporters today that he doesn't condone violence and Greg Gianforte should apologize for slamming and punching a Guardian reporter at a campaign event, but stressed that he'll respect Montana voters' choice if they choose the GOP candidate in today's special election.


Senate's 'Bathroom Bill' Gets A Second Life In House Amendment - For Now

Senate's 'Bathroom Bill' Gets A Second Life In House Amendment - For Now

That itself was laughable given how much Republicans had properly criticized congressional Democrats for rushing through their health care overhaul without having a full grasp on its effects. "Although Texas House leaders have been obstinate and closed-minded on this issue throughout this session, I was hopeful when we put this package together last week that we had found an opening that would break the logjam", Lt.



Russian Officials Targeted Top Trump Advisers Last Summer, Say U.S

Former CIA director John Brennan said Tuesday he became increasingly concerned last summer over contacts between Donald Trump's campaign officials and Moscow, as a Russian effort to interfere with the U.S. Schiff said that, like the Senate panel, the House will seek to sidestep Fifth Amendment issues by subpoenaing Flynn's businesses. Marco Rubio - encouraged Flynn to comply.



Montana GOP candidate accused of body slamming journalist, sheriff investigating

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi called Gianforte "a wannabe Trump". Our editorial said Gianforte "has the education, experience, brains and abilities to be successful in Congress". The attack on Jacobs comes less than a week after security forces at the Federal Communications Commission allegedly pinned CQ reporter John Donnelly against a wall while he tried to ask a question of the departing commissioners at the agency's headquarters in D.C., according to press reports .