Month: November 2019
First Lady Melania Trump was met with boos from Baltimore high school students ahead of her planned speech addressing the nation’s opioid crisis on Tuesday.
Spying, meddling and even torture allegations are riling China’s relations with some of the world’s top democracies just as Beijing seeks to convince nations that its 5G technology can be trusted.
The House Judiciary Committee announced Tuesday that it will hold a hearing on Dec. 4 to discuss the “historical and constitutional basis of impeachment” and the definition of an impeachable offense. The big picture: The committee, led by Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) is expected to receive a report on the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine shortly after Thanksgiving and will ultimately be responsible for recommending articles of impeachment to be voted on by the full House.
Democratic strategist Tara McGowan’s Courier Newsroom is out to counter the right-wing echo chamber with a dose of hypertargeted “hometown news.”
President Donald Trump on Monday finally met Conan, a military service dog injured in the U.S. raid that resulted in the death of former Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.