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Backdoor Legislating — 13 states sue the White House over new ‘public charge’ rule

(One America News Network | Amber Coakley) — Over a dozen states are suing the Trump administration over its new “public charge” rule. The suit was filed against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Wednesday by a coalition of 13 states led by Washington Attorney General Robert Ferguson.

Murder or Suicide? High Stakes, Huge Challenges in Epstein Investigation

The death of financier and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein in a high-security federal jail cell in Manhattan has lit up social media with conspiracy theories. Was it murder? Suicide? The wealthy Epstein for decades cultivated the rich and powerful: heads of state, barons of commerce, royalty. He skated on earlier Florida sex charges, a controversy that eventually brought down Labor Secretary Alex Acosta. According to conspiracy theories cresting on the internet, Epstein’s recent federal indictment on sex trafficking charges threatened too many prominent people—so somebody, somehow, bumped him off.

Maryland State Police investigating video showing rantipole trooper ripping out car window during minor traffic stop

Maryland State Police are investigating an overzealous trooper’s actions in a traffic stop where the trooper rips out a driver’s window with his bare hands pulling the driver out of the car. The passive driver would not comply with a "lawful order" to roll his window down entirely in a prompt manner.

FBI 302 Interviews with Bruce Ohr on Spygate Released

(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch today released 34 pages of “302” report material from FBI interviews with Bruce Ohr, who was removed from his position as U.S. Associate Deputy Attorney General in December 2017. The newly declassified documents were produced to Judicial Watch this evening.

Judge Blocks New York From Turning Over Trump Tax Returns To Congress

(Daily Caller) -- A federal judge blocked New York state from turning over President Donald Trump’s tax returns to Congress Thursday.

Gunmaker Asks US Supreme Court To Hear Sandy Hook Appeal

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its appeal Thursday of a state ruling against the company.

Bill Clinton traveled on Epstein's "Lolita Express" 27 times in 6 jaunts, not the four times he admitted

From The Washington Examiner:

Former President Bill Clinton claimed that he took four trips, accompanied by the Secret Service, on billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's "Lolita Express" private airplane, but flight manifests reveal at least six separate journeys, two of which were without Secret Service agents.

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