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Supreme Court denies Congress access to Trump finance records but rules Manhattan DA can pursue them
In two decisions issued on Thursday, the US Supreme Court ruled that Congress cannot access US President Donald Trump's financial records, but the Manhattan District Attorney (DA) can pursue the records.In Trump v. Mazars USA, LLP, the Supreme Co (More)
America's Presidential Election is Gravely Necessary, But Insufficient
"The enemy is the unphilosophical spirit which knows nothing and wants to know nothing of truth." - Karl Jaspers, Reason and Anti-Reason in our Time (1952) Even in this grievously faltering United States, presidential elections are praised as essent (More)
Trump formally withdraws US from WHO
President Donald Trump notified United Nation officials of US withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, effective July 2021.A White House official confirmed the UN notification. This comes after Trump signaled his intent to (More)
President Trump's Executive Order Suspending US Work Visas Until 2021
US President Donald Trump on Monday, June 22, suspended new applications for a number of foreign worker visas until the end of 2020 with the “Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens Who Present a Risk to the US Labor Market Following the Coronavirus (More)
Supreme Court rules states can restrict electoral college voters
The US Supreme Court unanimously upheld states' "faithless elector" laws on Monday, which either penalize or remove presidential electors who do not vote for the candidate they pledged to support. The court decided both challenges to "faithless elect (More)
Appellate judge overturns temporary restraining order against publisher planning to release book by Trump's niece
A New York appellate judge overturned a temporary restraining order against Simon & Schuster on Wednesday, allowing the publisher to continue with plans to release Mary Trump's new book about US President Donald Trump.Robert Trump, the younge (More)
New York judge temporarily blocks publication of Mary Trump's Book
A judge in Dutchess County, New York, issued a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order on Tuesday to stop Simon & Schuster from releasing any details of a book by President Donald Trump's niece Mary Trump: "Too Much and Never Enough, H (More)
Trump campaign sues Pennsylvania over ballot drop-off sites
US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) sued Pennsylvania Monday over absentee ballot drop-off locations.The suit targets the elections boards of all 67 counties in the state. It says that "Fre (More)
Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump over assassination of Qasem Soleimani
Tehran Prosecutor Ali Alqasimehr announced Monday that Iran has ordered through Interpol the arrests of 36 US political and military officials, including President Donald Trump, who were allegedly involved in the assassination of General Qasem Soleim (More)
Bolton criticizes Trump's tweet denying intelligence briefing on Russia bribing Taliban fighters
Former White House national security adviser John Bolton on Sunday criticized President Donald Trump's tweet that he had not been briefed on intelligence that Russia was bribing Taliban fighters to attack US troops in Afghanistan.During an interv (More)
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