Lately, there has been mounting suspicion amongst Americans as to what exactly is going on between the U.S. President Trump and Russian President Putin.
As technology advances, it’s becoming more and more difficult to draw a line on what feds can use for evidence against suspects as opposed to things that they can’t use.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb tweeted that his agency was continuing inspections but was subject to limitations due to the government shutdown.
From Friday to Saturday, January 11th and 12th, a snowstorm is expected to pass over the central states. Over 1,000 miles are expected to get snowfall from the west to moving east storm.
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010 Americans have been plagued by a penalty unless they have qualified health insurance.
A government shutdown usually doesn’t mean anything but the most recent shutdown has sparked some worry among Americans as to whether or not they’ll get their tax returns later than usual.
President Trump said that he had ordered the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to stop sending California money to help the state deal with the wildfires.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in a couple of weeks according to ABC News.
Since Obamacare was passed back in 2010, there’s been a decrease in New Yorkers without health insurance.
This could potentially allow him to escape from the tariffs that have been rising with President Trump’s trade war with China.
Many, not all, of the bureaucracy, have learned nothing else but how to push paperwork, make rules and run the other people’s lives and businesses.
Supreme Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, will not be attending today’s Supreme court arguments. This will be the first time that she will miss an attendance in 25 years.