Was the DNC behind the Trump-Russia probe?

The Trump-Russia collusion investigation may be in its death knells. While several media reports have uncovered past improprieties in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's probe of then-candidate Donald Trump's ties to Russia, congressional investigators may have uncovered a link between the Democratic Party and the start of the investigation.
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Controversial family court judge removed amid ethics probe

Less than three years after being elected to serve as a civil judge, Lyris F. Younge has been removed as a Family Court judge following complaints from parents whose children were taken away. "About half of her rulings have been reversed or overturned by state appellate judges for violating due process," Whyy.org reports. Younge will be allowed to…
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US wins in Germany thanks to Trump’s ambassador

President Donald Trump's team keeps rolling up victories for the country. Many of these victories take place far away from the American media's spotlight, such as those in Germany. Recently, Grenell won two important victories. He first convinced the Deutsche Bundesbank — German's central bank, and arguably the second-most important central bank in…
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Meet Trump’s three finalists for the Supreme Court

President Trump is set to announce his nominee for the Supreme Court on Monday and has reportedly narrowed his choice to three finalists, all of whom currently serve as justices on various Courts of Appeal: Brett Kavanaugh of the District of Columbia Circuit, Amy Coney Barrett of the 7th Circuit (based in Chicago) and Raymond Kethledge of the 6th…
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Why Republicans want to end qualified immunity

In 2016, an unarmed 26-year-old Texas resident named Daniel Shaver laid face down in a hotel hallway with his hands by his head and begged for his life, but Philip Brailsford pulled the trigger. Repeatedly. But Brailsford was acquitted of murdering Shaver. Why? Brailsford was a police officer, and is therefore entitled to qualified immunity.
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