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The City of Columbus announced on Thursday it’s filing a lawsuit against the Trump Administration for its treatment of the Affordable Care Act. Columbus Attorney Zach Klein says the administration is violating the “Administrative Procedures Act” — an act that makes guidelines on how administrative agencies can create rules and regulations — and the Constitution’s… Read More
Joined by Italy’s prime minister, the president took questions from reporters Monday. He discussed border security and said he would be willing to meet with Iran’s leaders with “no preconditions.”
President Trump and EU.Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker say they will not impose further tariffs on each other as long as trade talks continue.
A federal judge has rejected a motion from the Department of Justice to dismiss the suit. The lawsuit alleges Trump’s businesses, especially his hotel in D.C., violate the Constitution.
The FBI has declassified a seldom-seen application for surveillance on someone it suspected of being a Russian agent working for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Less than 24 hours after stating his “full faith and support for America’s great intelligence agencies,” President Trump disagreed with them again, saying that Russia is not aiming at U.S. elections.
A county Republican Party leader is getting a lot of state and national attention for his decision to resign after watching President Trump’s press conference with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. But unlike Trump, he’s not walking back or changing what he said. Chris Gagin said “something just snapped” as he watched Trump appear… Read More
Jimmy Tosh sells a lot of pigs. He is owner and CEO of Tosh Farms, Tosh Pork, and Bacon By Gosh, in Henry County, Tennessee, and has 84 contracted barns in the region where farmers grow pigs for his products. On a recent July day, Tosh craned over some 1,200 piglets and reflected on how recent market disturbances have affected his… Read More
The pharmaceutical company Pfizer says it will delay price increases that went into effect on July 1. The move follows pressure from President Trump, who posted a critical tweet on Monday.
The federal judge is conservative and just 53. He is a former Bush White House staffer with deep political ties and the most experience as a judge on Trump’s shortlist. But he is also controversial.