A change to a federal rule went into effect on December 1, giving the FBI power to hack into the private computers of millions of Americans.
Only 480 (or 30 percent) of the 1,600 aliens who have traveled to the United States under the Obama administration’s Central American Minors (CAM) program are actually minors.
A CNN crew covering Thursday’s Carrier press conference with Donald Trump and Mike Pence has been caught joking — on camera — about Trump’s plane crashing. The embarrassing and unprofessional episode took place as CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveaux and her crew were conducting sound and camera checks before covering the press conference. While waiting for Trump’s plane to arrive, they joked about whether it would land or crash.
A nullification bill submitted in the Michigan state House of Representatives would nullify any presidential edict, including executive orders and policy directives.
A bill filed in Texas for 2017 would restore the right of citizens of that state to carry a weapon without permission of the government.
In the wake of the announcement that “Officer Vinson’s use of deadly force was lawful” in the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott, a new wave of protesters have marched in the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina. And while the protests have been described as “mostly peaceful,” there is cause for concern. These protests and the actions and sentiments of many of those involved are part and parcel of an ongoing attack on the very fabric of American civilization and heritage.
Trump, on a post-election "thank you tour," told an audience in Cincinnati that his pick for secretary of defense, retired Marine General James Mattis, is “the closest thing to General George Patton that we have.” The comparison is apt.
On Wednesday afternoon, Mecklenburg County District Attorney Andrew Murray announced that the officer who fatally shot Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 20 acted lawfully, and no charges will be filed against the officer.