Author: Chris Sommerfeldt

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Mattis was supposed to brief Trump on the matter Wednesday, but the meeting was called off last minute. [Read More]
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Manafort and Gates became the first two Trump associates indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller last October. [Read More]
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"Go die, you w---e," one of the disturbing threats read, according to the teenager's mother. [Read More]
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In a matter of days, student survivors of the Parkland shooting have collected $3.5 million to fund their "March for Our Lives" [Read More]
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Let's ban guns from schools like it's 1999. [Read More]
It was a "listening session" after all. [Read More]
"You don't wait for SWAT; you push in and eliminate the shooter," the sheriff told reports. [Read More]
Tags: SWAT - sheriff - wait
Meanwhile, President Trump proposed during a listening session at the White House to start arming teachers. [Read More]
Mass shootings are depressingly familiar to the Freidkes family. [Read More]
"She knew that when the scandal finished, she would earn lots of money," the 30-year-old Polish man testified. [Read More]
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Trump has been reluctant to enact sanctions against the Russian government passed by Congress last year. [Read More]
Tags: Trump - Russian - Syria
The House vote made 16-year-old Stoneman Douglas student Sheryl Acquarola burst into tears. [Read More]
"I was not consulted," Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Joseph Dunford wrote in an email to other generals. [Read More]
Robert Mueller's already expansive investigation is expanding even more. [Read More]
It was a Twitterstorm. [Read More]
Several African-American women say staff at a Harlem eatery racially profiled and falsely accused them of dining and dashing. [Read More]
Now that's a nuclear tackle. [Read More]
More than a dozen Russian nationals were accused Friday of violating U.S. criminal laws to interfere with the 2016 election. [Read More]
The Kremlin began plotting its complex campaign to interfere in the U.S. 2016 presidential election in 2014. [Read More]
More than a dozen Russian nationals were accused Friday of violating U.S. criminal laws to interfere with the 2016 election. [Read More]
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