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NFL Players Push Lawmakers On Criminal Justice Reform

WASHINGTON (AP) — Football is hard.

But for Malcolm Jenkins of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles, convincing politicians to enact meaningful changes to the nation’s criminal justice system is much harder. 463 more words

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Devin Nunes Has Lost All Credibility

By Jason Taylor

Devin Nunes continued presence as chair of the House Intelligence Committee is not only a joke but a distraction. Frankly, he comes off as totally bumbling, vague, and too often incoherent. 512 more words

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Senators expected to advance Sonny Perdue nomination tomorrow

WASHINGTON — Former Gov. Sonny Perdue is expected to move one step closer to becoming the 31st secretary of agriculture on Wednesday.

That’s when the Senate Agriculture Committee is scheduled to vote on whether to advance the Republican’s nomination to the Senate floor. 172 more words

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Arguing for Tharoor, Arguing Tharoor

Born to an Indian father who values western culture and way of life more than anything, he was brought up as any kid in the elite class would have been expected to be. 1,704 more words

The White House Attempted To Block Sally Yates From Testifying To Congress About Trump's Russia Ties

Congress’ investigation into Trump-Russian ties isn’t running smoothly on a few fronts. It seems that beyond the strange cover-up by Rep. Devin Nunez (R-Calif) on what he was doing at the White House the day before he held his… 314 more words

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The White House Sought to Stop Sally Yates From Testifying Before Congress on Russia

The White House sought to block former deputy attorney general Sally Yates from testifying before Congress in the House investigation of ties between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russian officials. 301 more words

Distraction by Nunes was an ‘elaborately choreographed gag order on Sally Yates’

Distraction by Nunes was an ‘elaborately choreographed gag order on Sally Yates’

By Jeff Kirkpatrick

March 28, 2017

Representative Devin Nunes has told numerous conflicting accounts regarding his justification for going directly to the White House and discussing with Trump some alleged secret information. 883 more words

Ethics