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Judge Vows to Rule on Medicaid Work Requirements by End of March Health
Judge Vows to Rule on Medicaid Work Requirements by End of March

WASHINGTON — The federal judge who shot down a Medicaid work requirement plan last June remained deeply skeptical Thursday of the Trump administration’s renewed strategy to force enrollees to work. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg, who last year blocked Kentucky’s... Read More

Expert in Trump Dossier Trial Says Tech Firm’s Services Were Used in Hack of Democrats Cybersecurity
Expert in Trump Dossier Trial Says Tech Firm’s Services Were Used in Hack of Democrats

Documents unsealed Thursday in a South Florida court case provide the most convincing evidence yet that Russian spies piggybacked on a Russian-tied foreign tech company with offices in Florida and Texas to hack the Democratic National Committee and party leaders.... Read More

Trump Is Leaving Infrastructure Details to Lawmakers; That Has Stymied Them Before Infrastructure
Trump Is Leaving Infrastructure Details to Lawmakers; That Has Stymied Them Before

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump has talked about the “necessity” of a massive infrastructure since he became a presidential candidate in 2015, but his latest budget plan offers Congress the kind of vague proposal that has left them confused and stymied... Read More

US Grounds Boeing 737 Max Aircraft In Wake Of Deadly Crashes Transportation
US Grounds Boeing 737 Max Aircraft In Wake Of Deadly Crashes
2019-03-14 13:19:57
by Dan McCue

President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House Wednesday the United States is grounding the Boeing 737 Max aircraft after days of critics saying the administration failed to swiftly protect the flying public after two of the planes were... Read More

Trump Administration Moves to Close Offices for International Asylum and Refugee Cases Immigration
Trump Administration Moves to Close Offices for International Asylum and Refugee Cases

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration took another step Tuesday to cut back services to people seeking to legally enter the U.S. and focus instead on a ballooning backlog of immigration cases, announcing that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency... Read More

As School Shootings Become More Frequent, Bulletproof Backpacks Provide Peace of Mind to Students and Families National Security
As School Shootings Become More Frequent, Bulletproof Backpacks Provide Peace of Mind to Students and Families
2019-03-13 00:57:12
by TWN Staff

The horror of school shootings has torn apart families and communities. High profile attacks in Newtown and Parkland have struck fear into the hearts of parents and children in communities across the country. As Congress and state legislatures remain gridlocked... Read More

Consumer Prices Rose Slightly In February, But Inflation Remains Tame Economy
Consumer Prices Rose Slightly In February, But Inflation Remains Tame
2019-03-12 15:17:06
by Dan McCue

Consumer prices rose a slight 0.2 percent in February, the first increase in four months, but inflation remains tame, the Labor Department said Tuesday. The latest consumer price index, which measures what Americans pay for a wide range of products,... Read More

Trump Budget Sets Stage For Renewed Fight Over Border Wall Funding  Budget
Trump Budget Sets Stage For Renewed Fight Over Border Wall Funding 
2019-03-11 23:36:03
by Dan McCue

If there was anything about President Donald Trump's proposed budget for the 2020 fiscal year that surprised no one on Capitol Hill Monday, it was his apparent willingness to revive the nasty fight over funding of his border wall that... Read More

Watchdogs: Trump's Gimmicky $4.7 Trillion Budget Not Grounded In Reality Budget
Watchdogs: Trump's Gimmicky $4.7 Trillion Budget Not Grounded In Reality
2019-03-11 21:41:58
by Dan McCue

The $4.7 trillion federal budget for 2020 proposed by President Donald Trump on Monday, misses the mark on achieving meaningful deficit reduction while relying on accounting "sleight-of-hand" to bring future spending into promised balance in 15 years, according to a... Read More

New Milwaukee County Sheriff Says Office Will No Longer Share Information With ICE Wisconsin
New Milwaukee County Sheriff Says Office Will No Longer Share Information With ICE

The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office has changed rapidly since it got a new sheriff, including a policy to stop the sharing of information with federal immigration agents that would help them determine whether inmates were eligible to be deported. Sheriff... Read More

Kudlow Brushes Off Calls for Economic Slowdown, Says 3% Growth Can Continue Economy
Kudlow Brushes Off Calls for Economic Slowdown, Says 3% Growth Can Continue

WASHINGTON ––President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser said Sunday that U.S. economic growth can continue at 3 percent in 2019 and beyond, even as many private economists look for a slowdown this year as the effects of the 2017 Republican... Read More

AT&T-Time Warner Investigation May Require Subpoenas, Democrat Says Telecom
AT&T-Time Warner Investigation May Require Subpoenas, Democrat Says

WASHINGTON –– Congress may issue subpoenas in an investigation into whether the White House sought to block AT&T’s $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, the chairman of a House antitrust subcommittee said Sunday. Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., floated the possibility... Read More

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