Ethanol fight divides key groups in Trump's base
President Trump may soon have to decide which group of supporters he likes more: farmers or the oil and gas industry Read More.
White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters
The White House said Monday it has drafted legislation with the Justice Department that would expedite the death penalty for people found guilty of committing mass shootings, following Saturday's attack in West Texas that left seven dead, according to a pool report Read More.
Trump cancels Poland trip as hurricane approaches Florida
President Trump on Thursday canceled his trip to Poland that was scheduled for this weekend due to a hurricane that is expected to hit Florida in the coming days Read More.
Senate Republicans Tell Supremes Not To Be Intimidated By Democratic Court-Packing Threats
The entire Senate Republican conference vowing to resist the progressive campaign to expand the Supreme Court in a new letter to the justices Read More.
DOJ Watchdog Says James Comey Violated FBI Policy in Handling Sensitive Memos
The Justice Department’s inspector general sharply criticized James Comey on Thursday, saying in a report that the former FBI director violated bureau policy in the handling of memos that he wrote after conversations with President Donald Trump Read More.
This is what energy independence looks like
Let me reveal my age and remember that I watched President Richard M. Nixon call for "energy independence" many years ago. His successors have more or less said the same thing Read More.
Joe Biden told moving military story at campaign stop – but it 'never happened,' report says
Former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign has been dogged by gaffes -- but a new error could be his most damaging yet Read More.
Trump hits Iranians with new sanctions over illegal military activities
The Trump administration hit two Iranian-linked business networks with sanctions Wednesday for illegally helping Iran’s missile and weapons programs, a day after Tehran called on the U.S. to lift all sanctions as a condition for new nuclear talks Read More.
Overlooked Nevada seeks to pack a bigger punch in 2020 race
Twelve years after Nevada debuted as one of the four states that sets the tone and tempo of a presidential nominating contest, party strategists are working to boost their visibility in a Democratic primary that has so far disproportionately focused on the other three early states Read More.
How Elizabeth Warren’s Candidacy Benefits From Her Democrat Competitors’ Weakness
Democrats usually prefer to fall in love with their candidates. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s slow but steady climb in the polls suggest it has not been love at first sight for many Read More.
Execs claim Biden’s brother offered Biden’s help promoting business venture
Joe Biden’s younger brother told potential business partners that the former vice president would help their firm land business with court systems and would incorporate their health care model into his 2020 presidential campaign, according to new allegations made in a court filing in Tennessee Read More.

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