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White House says Conway has been ‘counseled’ after touting Ivanka Trump’s products
The White House on Thursday said that a top adviser to President Trump had been “counseled” after using a television appearance from the West Wing to promote the clothing and jewelry line sold under the brand of Trump’s daughter.
Price confirmed as head of HHS; to be point person in dismantling of Obamacare
The Senate early Friday morning confirmed President Trump’s pick to head the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, placing him in position to lead the way in dismantling Obamacare.
Do Your Job!’: Rep. Jason Chaffetz Faces Angry Town Hall Crowd in Utah
Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz faced a chorus of boos in his home state of Utah, clashing with a hostile town hall audience over his role in investigating President Donald Trump’s conflicts of interest, the environment and funding for Planned Parenthood.
Arrest while working at fun park led to Arizona woman’s deportation
PHOENIX – On a dark morning in December 2008, Maricopa County sheriff’s deputies knocked on the door of a home in west Mesa. They were there to find a woman suspected of committing a felony, namely working with fake documents at a miniature golf …
Winter is back in a big way.
The Boston Globe
A stinging blizzard packing gale-force winds and sheets of lashing snow pummeled Massachusetts on Thursday, driving people indoors and off the streets where many had strolled in springlike temperatures the day before.
6 Highlights From the Ruling on Trump’s Immigration Order
New York Times
A court employee handed out copies of the decision on President Trump’s immigration ban outside of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Building in San Francisco on Thursday.
Pipeline burning after blast is “just a big blow torch”
PARADIS, La. — One worker was missing after an explosion sparked a fire at a Louisiana pipeline Thursday night, officials said. Two workers were injured.
Man drives truck off bridge; dies after helicopter rescue
NORFOLK, Va. – Driving through heavy winds, a tractor-trailer plunged off a bridge into the frigid waters of the Chesapeake Bay on Thursday.
Jeff Sessions Confirmed as Attorney General, Capping Bitter Battle
New York Times
Jeff Sessions, the Republican Alabama senator nominated for attorney general, found common ground with Donald J. Trump in their views on trade and immigration.
A Hitler Valentine’s Day card was handed out on campus. University officials want to know why.
The Central Michigan University president says he is “deeply disappointed” about an anti-Semitic Valentine’s Day card that was produced during a campus Republican group meeting, then apparently given to a pair of students by a member of that group, …
Trump vexed by challenges, scale of government
Being president is harder than Donald Trump thought, according to aides and allies who say that he’s growing increasingly frustrated with the challenges of running the massive federal bureaucracy.
Tallest US Damn Has Gaping Hole
U.S. News & World Report
A large hole in the spillway for the tallest dam in the United States has grown and California authorities said they expect it will continue eroding as water washes over it.
Competing polls: Does handpicked data deepen political divides?
Christian Science Monitor
There are many polls – but no consensus – on how Americans feel about President Trump’s immigration order. Monitor’s Best: Top 5. How a nuclear bomb test site could explain lunar development · Why ‘fake news’ is now ensnaring liberals · Why courts …
A potentially historic number of people are giving up their US citizenship
It can be difficult to become a U.S. citizen. A lot of people put a large amount of time, effort and money into the process of gaining an American passport or, failing that, the right to permanent residency.
Trump Catches Up to the Learning Curve
The National Interest Online
The tough talk of the campaign may now be tempered by the realities of governing. Daniel R. DePetris. February 9, 2017. TweetShareShare · Printer-friendly version.
Military Aide Demoted for Misconduct at Overseas Clubs
In this Feb. 20, 2015, file photo, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter is greeted by Senior Military Assistant U.S. Army Maj. Gen.
Pence’s successor pardons wrongly convicted Chicago-area man after years in Indiana prison
Keith Cooper speaks during a Feb. 3, 2014, Indiana Parole Board hearing. (Courtesy of Eliot Slosar of Loevy & Loevy). Christy GutowskiContact ReporterChicago Tribune.
Trump outburst puts Gorsuch in a corner
Republican senators are dismayed with President Trump’s public remarks about his own Supreme Court nominee, which they think have complicated his confirmation.
Pa. lawmaker to Trump: ‘Come after me you fascist, loofa-faced s***-gibbon’
(CNN) President Trump is known for firing off barbed tweets. Now a Pennsylvania state legislator is using social media to attack the nation’s chief executive, speaking to him directly and calling Trump a “fascist, loofa-faced, s***-gibbon!
Education Secretary DeVos made her first visit to a college campus: Howard University
Betsy DeVos, just sworn in as Education Secretary after Vice President Pence cast a tie breaking vote to confirm her appointment, visited Howard University Thursday to meet with university leaders.
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