December 7, 2018

Last gun show at fairgrounds is this weekend; operator intends to sue state

Crossroads of the West, which has held gun shows at the Del Mar Fairgrounds for nearly 30 years, will hold its last event there this weekend. Beginning in January, the shows will be suspended for up to one year while...

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December 7, 2018

Trump to nominate ex-Attorney General William Barr, known for sweeping views of executive power

Trump’s focus on Mr. Barr, who supports a strong vision of executive powers, had emerged over the past week following the ouster last month of Jeff Sessions as attorney general and the turbulent reception that greeted his installation of Matthew G. Whitaker as...

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December 6, 2018

Texas GOP platform committee member: ‘Damn right, I’m a white nationalist’

A member of the Texas Republican Party’s 2018 platform committee and former delegate for Sen. Ted Cruz ’s (R-Texas) presidential run proudly declared himself a “white nationalist.” Read the source article at The Hill

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December 6, 2018

Over a thousand absentee ballots possibly destroyed in controversial North Carolina House race: report

Over a thousand absentee ballots from likely Democratic voters may have been destroyed in the race for North Carolina's 9th Congressional District last month as allegations of fraud on behalf of the Republican candidate mount.  Read the source article at The...

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December 6, 2018

Lawmakers call for investigation into Labor Secretary Acosta for sex offender plea deal

A group of 15 Democratic lawmakers is calling for an investigation into Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta 's conduct following an investigation into a 2007 plea deal he struck with an alleged serial sex offender when he was the U.S. attorney...

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December 6, 2018

Lawmakers call for investigation into Labor Secretary Acosta for sex offender plea deal

A group of 15 Democratic lawmakers is calling for an investigation into Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta 's conduct following an investigation into a 2007 plea deal he struck with an alleged serial sex offender when he was the U.S. attorney...

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December 6, 2018

Schumer says Marriott should pay to replace hacked passports

Sen. Charles Schumer says Marriott hotel officials should pay for new passports for customers whose passport numbers were hacked as part of a massive data breach. The New York Democrat said Sunday that Marriott should immediately notify customers who are...

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December 6, 2018

More Democrat governors, more skepticism of charter schools

With new Democrats set to take over the governor's mansion across the country, the charter school movement may face a shifting political landscape in a number of key states like California, Illinois and New Mexico. Read the source article at...

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December 5, 2018

Florida Supreme Court justice ‘strongly’ urges judges to get off Facebook

A Facebook friendship between a judge and an attorney isn’t enough to legally disqualify the judge from ruling on the case, the Supreme Court of Florida decided on Nov. 15. It agreed with the state's 3rd District Court of Appeal...

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December 5, 2018

Pa. Court Backs Secrecy for ‘Predator Priests’ in Blockbuster Report

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Monday that it will not release the blacked-out names of priests implicated in a statewide grand jury report on child sex abuse in the Catholic Church. “We acknowledge that this outcome may be unsatisfying to...

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