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When he makes his second highest court, Trump has a model: his first

Judge Kethledge is a graduate of the University of Michigan and its law school, while another finalist, Judge Barrett, attended Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn. And Notre Dame Law School. She's left in the mix, officials said, but her interview with Mr. Trump was short and her star has faded. Mr. Trump, said his aides, calls friends for advice while …

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Upcoming EPA Manager: "This is the right job for me."

In some way, Andrew Wheeler – former environmental protection agency career workers, Republican Senate Assistant, Energy Laboratories – could hardly be more different from the man he replaced as EPA chief. Where Scott Pruitt was a career politician who enjoys the limelight, Wheeler has been working behind the scenes of energy and environmental legislation. Pruitt filled his time at the …

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Consumer Agency Official Who Appealed Trump to Step Down and Release Her Suit

An Obama official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claiming that she – and not President Trump's budget director – should have been temporarily handed over to the Office announced Friday that she went down. Last year, the official, Leandra English, Trump and Mick Mulvaney, the presidency's interim chief, sued what she said was a bargain. On Friday, she said …

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Deadly Klamathon Four forces Gov Brown to explain the emergency

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The Manafort attempt has a Trump link, says Mueller team

Manafort is facing bank fraud fraud in the eastern district of Virginia on July 25th. So far, it was not found that his role in the Trump campaign would be part of the trial and he had asked the referee to keep details of his band to President Donald Trump from the trial. Prosecutors say that any alleged cooperation with …

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Body found in California Wildfires path marks the season's first mortality

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Crews fighting for a fast-moving North Africa fires on Friday discovered the charred remains of a person apparently caught in the flames, said the Sheriff officials and marked the first mortality in a particularly intense season of fire over the state . Investigators attempted to identify the man or woman found in the rubbish of a …

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Paul Manafort Were in Solitary Confinement for 23 hours a day

Former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort is held alone for at least 23 hours a day to "guarantee his safety" while waiting for his two attempts, according to court documents filed last week. Defense Attorney Kevin Downing wrote that Manafort could not adequately prepare for his attempted loneliness and tried to argue for his release by saying that his allegations …

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Trump admin lost track of parents to 38 young migrant children

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE WASHINGTON – The government's lawyers said Friday that they can not find the parents of 38 migrant children under 5 years as a federal judge stated that he is open to extending the deadline for reunification of nearly 3,000 children separated from their mothers …

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Pence rips Democrats on immigration, defends ICE

Vice President Mike Pence speaks at the United States Immigration and Customs Procedure (ICE), at the ICE Headquarters, Friday, July 6, 2018, in Washington. Pence defends federal immigration authorities accused of imprisoning and expelling unauthorized immigrants and accusing Democrats of opposing the agency "center" of their party. (Jacquelyn Martin / Associated Press) by Ken Thomas | AP July 6 at. …

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1 death in blow near the California-Oregon border

CLOSE More than 60 big burns burn across the United States, mostly in the west. A firewood southeast of Salt Lake City burned more than 60 square kilometers. A fire southwest of Denver grew to about 160 square million. (6th of July) Hot Shot crews from Mendocino use backfires to help contain lanterns along Highway 129 near Lake Berryessa in …

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