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    News you might have missed: Morning links for Friday, May 25
    May25

    News you might have missed: Morning links for Friday, May 25

    Trump is deregulating space exploration (Bloomberg) Outer space is no escape from the long arm of bureaucracy. Decades-old restrictions are keeping many space start-ups grounded, while even larger companies like SpaceX are struggling to obtain permits that seem hopelessly outdated. To clean up this process. President Donald Trump signed his...

    News you might have missed: Morning links for Thursday, May 24
    May24

    News you might have missed: Morning links for Thursday, May 24

    Trump cancels his planned summit with Kim Jong Un… (TheBlaze) The White House released a statement on Thursday announcing the cancellation of President Donald Trump’s planned summit with Kim Jong Un. The open letter from the president to Kim cited a “statement” made by North Korea as the reason for the cancellation, although it is not...

    Breaking: Federal judge just ruled on Paul Manafort’s motion to dismiss Mueller charges
    May16

    Breaking: Federal judge just ruled on Paul Manafort’s motion to dismiss Mueller charges

    A federal judge ruled Tuesday against the motion by lawyers for Paul Manafort to dismiss the charges in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference. Here’s why the judge ruled against Manafort The former campaign manager for President Trump is being charged in Washington D.C. with failing to...

    News you need: Morning links for Tuesday, May 15
    May15

    News you need: Morning links for Tuesday, May 15

    It’s primary day in Pennsylvania, Idaho, Nebraska, and Oregon (CBS News) Pennsylvania is seeing competitive elections in both House and Senate races. Democrats in Nebraska vote on their candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives. Meanwhile, in Idaho, Sen. Raul Labrador, the founding member of the House Freedom Caucus, is hoping to...

    Federal judge in Manafort case says Mueller’s goal is ‘prosecution or impeachment’ of Trump
    May04

    Federal judge in Manafort case says Mueller’s goal is ‘prosecution or impeachment’ of Trump

    A federal judge in the trial of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort said he does not really believe that special counsel Robert Mueller cares about Manafort’s alleged bank fraud. Instead, the judge argued, Mueller’s sole objective is the “prosecution or impeachment” of President Donald Trump. What’s the background?...

    Breaking: Here are the questions for Trump leaked from Mueller’s investigation
    May01

    Breaking: Here are the questions for Trump leaked from Mueller’s investigation

    The New York Times claimed Monday that they had obtained a copy of the questions the special counsel Robert Mueller intended to ask President Trump in his investigation into Russian election interference and alleged collusion. Here’s the questions that were leaked “We have obtained a list of four dozen questions Mueller wants to ask Trump,”...

    Expelled Russian diplomats may have been tracking Russian dissidents and their families in America
    Apr27

    Expelled Russian diplomats may have been tracking Russian dissidents and their families in America

    Some of the Russian diplomats expelled from the United States last month may have been tracking Russian dissidents and their families who relocated to the U.S., according to a CNN report. At least one of the dissidents had been given a new identity by the CIA. Wait, what diplomats? On March 26, the U.S. government announced that it would expel 60...

    Mueller probing $150K donation to Trump from Ukrainian billionaire who gave millions to Clintons
    Apr10

    Mueller probing $150K donation to Trump from Ukrainian billionaire who gave millions to Clintons

    FBI special counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly investigating a $150,000 payment from a Ukrainian billionaire to President Donald Trump’s foundation in 2015, according to the New York Times. That same Ukrainian man, steel magnate Victor Pinchuk, has donated millions of dollars to Bill and Hillary Clinton’s foundation over the years....

    Ruble drops; Russian oligarchs lose $16 billion after Trump sanctions
    Apr10

    Ruble drops; Russian oligarchs lose $16 billion after Trump sanctions

    The latest round of sanctions imposed on Russia by the Trump administration seem to be having a noticeable impact on the wallets of oligarchs in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle. The value of the Russian ruble has dropped by at least 2 percent, and the targeted oligarchs have reportedly lost roughly $16 billion. On Friday,...

    US imposes new sanctions on Russian oligarchs and government officials
    Apr06

    US imposes new sanctions on Russian oligarchs and government officials

    The United States will impose sanctions on 38 Russian individuals and entities, including 17 members of the Russian government. The Treasury Department announced the sanctions in a news release on Friday. The news release mentioned Russian actions in Ukraine, its support of the Assad regime, and cybercrime, but did not mention the poisoning of...

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