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White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters

By Gregg Re

The White House said Monday it has drafted legislation with the Justice Department that would expedite the death penalty for people found guilty of committing mass shootings, following Saturday's attack in West Texas that left seven dead, according to a pool report.

White House, DOJ working to expedite death penalty for mass shooters

By Gregg Re

The White House said Monday it has drafted legislation with the Justice Department that would expedite the death penalty for people found guilty of committing mass shootings, following Saturday's attack in West Texas that left seven dead, according to a pool report.

Labor nominee Eugene Scalia touted for expertise and experience, but faces stiff Dem opposition

By Adam Shaw

President Trump this week formally announced his intention to nominate Eugene Scalia as Labor secretary – with the White House pointing to the pick as one that brings both expertise as well as direct experience of the department to the job. But Democrats are threatening to oppose a pick they fear could be a deregulating powerhouse.

Labor nominee Eugene Scalia touted for expertise and experience, but faces stiff Dem opposition

By Adam Shaw

President Trump this week formally announced his intention to nominate Eugene Scalia as Labor secretary – with the White House pointing to the pick as one that brings both expertise as well as direct experience of the department to the job. But Democrats are threatening to oppose a pick they fear could be a deregulating powerhouse.

Photo tweeted by Trump of Iranian launch failure was from intel briefing: report

By Adam Shaw

A photograph tweeted by President Trump of a failed rocket launch in Tehran was reportedly from an intelligence briefing and not meant for public view – even as Trump said he had the right to put out the photograph.

Photo tweeted by Trump of Iranian launch failure was from intel briefing: report

By Adam Shaw

A photograph tweeted by President Trump of a failed rocket launch in Tehran was reportedly from an intelligence briefing and not meant for public view – even as Trump said he had the right to put out the photograph.

Trump says personal assistant was β€˜drinking’ when she made 'hurtful' comments

By Alex Pappas

President Trump on Friday expressed disappointment over what he described as the “unfortunate” departure this week of his personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout over "hurtful" comments she made to reporters at a recent off-the-record gathering.

Trump says personal assistant was β€˜drinking’ when she made 'hurtful' comments

By Alex Pappas

President Trump on Friday expressed disappointment over what he described as the “unfortunate” departure this week of his personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout over "hurtful" comments she made to reporters at a recent off-the-record gathering.

Trump's personal assistant resigns from White House amid tensions

By Louis Casiano

A personal assistant to President Trump who had been with the administration since Trump took office, Madeleine Westerhout, abruptly resigned Thursday, reportedly after it was determined she shared private information about the president with reporters.

Trump's personal assistant resigns from White House amid tensions

By Louis Casiano

President Trump's personal assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, who had been with the administration since Trump took office, abruptly resigned Thursday -- reportedly, after it was determined she shared private information about the president with reporters.

Census Bureau abruptly ends just-announced partnership with Muslim advocacy group CAIR

By Gregg Re

The Commerce Department on Thursday terminated its just-announced planned partnership with the nation's largest Muslim advocacy group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, after Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" asked the Trump administration about CAIR's reported past links to the terrorist group Hamas.

Census Bureau abruptly ends just-announced partnership with Muslim advocacy group CAIR

By Gregg Re

The Commerce Department on Thursday terminated its just-announced planned partnership with the nation's largest Muslim advocacy group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, after Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" asked the Trump administration about CAIR's reported past links to the terrorist group Hamas.

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