Travis County, Texas, is suing State Attorney General Ken Paxton in order to avoid releasing election records sought in a Public Information Request
Prior to entering the White House, Donald Trump pledged an energetic “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again.” How much will he be able to accomplish, and how will his accomplishments compare to his promises? To shed light on these questions, we survey President Trump’s executive orders and other actions as president in the following chronology, updated daily.
On Monday the Washington Post expended 2,000 words in a lengthy correction for errors made in its original 1,500-word article claiming there was a Russian attempt to hack a Vermont utility.
When Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer learned of Trump’s intention to dissolve his foundation to avoid any conflicts of interest, he said: “I’ve got to tell you, this is what leadership looks like.”
Three Tea Party groups that applied for nonprofit status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) several years ago have finally received determinations from the tax agency on their applications, though two of them have been denied tax-exempt status. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which represents the Tea Party groups in a case against the IRS over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups, contends that the lengthy deliberations and recent denials are evidence that the IRS continues its corrupt practices, including singling out conservative organizations for punishment.