Author archive: Christina Paulos

Hill Leaders to Meet With White House on Wednesday White House
Hill Leaders to Meet With White House on Wednesday
January 2, 2019
by Christina Paulos

The Trump administration has invited top congressional leaders to a briefing on border security Wednesday, the first time the lawmakers have been to the White House since before a partial government shutdown began Dec. 22. Read More

New Horizons’ Rendezvous With Ultima Thule Went Off Without a Hitch, NASA Says NASA
New Horizons’ Rendezvous With Ultima Thule Went Off Without a Hitch, NASA Says
January 1, 2019
by Christina Paulos

Four billion miles from Earth, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft sped past a small, cold Kuiper Belt object known as Ultima Thule Monday night, collecting data on the most distant world ever visited by humankind. The flyby... Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Makes First Major Step Toward Democratic White House Bid 2020 Elections
Sen. Elizabeth Warren Makes First Major Step Toward Democratic White House Bid
January 1, 2019
by Christina Paulos

Sen. Elizabeth Warren took the first major step toward a presidential run Monday, announcing a presidential exploratory committee as she attempts to redefine populism for the left in the age of Donald Trump. Read More

Republicans Expect the Worst in 2019 but See Glimmers of Hope From Doom and Gloom In The News
Republicans Expect the Worst in 2019 but See Glimmers of Hope From Doom and Gloom
January 1, 2019
by Christina Paulos

Republicans who support President Donald Trump are bracing for an onslaught of congressional investigations and court battles that could paralyze the White House over the next year. Read More

Russia Detains American Accused of Spying Foreign Affairs
Russia Detains American Accused of Spying
January 1, 2019
by Christina Paulos

A U.S. citizen’s detention in Moscow on suspicion of espionage could be the opening gambit in a Cold War-style spy drama — one overshadowed by a young Russian woman’s pending sentencing in the United States... Read More

NC Rep. Robert Pittenger Says He Won’t Run Even if There’s a New 9th District Primary Elections
NC Rep. Robert Pittenger Says He Won’t Run Even if There’s a New 9th District Primary
January 1, 2019
by Christina Paulos

Outgoing U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger said Monday he won’t run if there’s a new Republican primary in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District, a move that would open the door to other candidates. Read More

After 60 Years of Revolution in Cuba, Cracks in Leadership Emerge In The News
After 60 Years of Revolution in Cuba, Cracks in Leadership Emerge
December 31, 2018
by Christina Paulos

December 31, 2018 By Nora Gamez Torres Six months after taking office as president of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel will preside over ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of a revolution while facing a stagnant economy and growing citizen protests. Six decades into its socialist experiment, his government is… Read More

Outgoing White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly Defends His Rocky Tenure White House
Outgoing White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly Defends His Rocky Tenure
December 31, 2018
by Christina Paulos

In August 2017, shortly after John F. Kelly became White House chief of staff, he convened crucial meetings on Afghanistan at President Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, N.J. Top officials from the Pentagon and the CIA... Read More

A California Democrat Hasn’t Run for President in 25 Years, But That Could Change Soon 2020 Elections
A California Democrat Hasn’t Run for President in 25 Years, But That Could Change Soon
December 31, 2018
by Christina Paulos

No California Democrat has ever been elected president, and none has even run in the last 25 years. But now, facing a wide-open field and the chance to take on President Donald Trump, at least four California Democrats... Read More

Almost Nothing Paid Off for Investors in 2018 Markets
Almost Nothing Paid Off for Investors in 2018
December 31, 2018
by Christina Paulos

In 2017, nearly everything investors touched made money. Major stock indexes were up about 20% or more. Bonds turned in another solid year of gains. Read More

Democrat Calls for 48 Witnesses at State Board Hearing Into Election Fraud in NC Elections
Democrat Calls for 48 Witnesses at State Board Hearing Into Election Fraud in NC
December 31, 2018
by Christina Paulos

The Democrat in North Carolina’s disputed 9th Congressional District election wants to subpoena nearly 50 witnesses for the state board of elections’ hearing scheduled for Jan. 11. But state Republicans vowed to sue Gov. Roy Cooper if he tries to appoint Republican members to the interim board that would be tasked with holding that hearing. Read More

Cyberattack From Outside the US Hits Newspapers Across the Country Cybersecurity
Cyberattack From Outside the US Hits Newspapers Across the Country
December 30, 2018
by Christina Paulos

A cyberattack that appears to have originated from outside the United States caused major printing and delivery disruptions at several newspapers across the country on Saturday including the Los Angeles Times, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Read More

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