Proponents of the theory humans are primarily responsible for global warming have said for two decades that warmer temperatures would cause significant problems for the people of Africa. Crops would fail, water would dry up, and the lack of stability, coupled with these problems, would cause significant climate-change-related wars. For instance, in 2015, Newsweek alleged […]
Jay Sekulow, the chief counsel for the American Center for Law and Justice, said on Friday the recent testimony given by former FBI Director James Comey may provide enough evidence to show Comey broke federal law when he leaked to the press notes he had taken of conversations he had with President Donald Trump prior […]
The White House was considering former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a replacement for the bureau’s former boss James Comey before Mueller was scooped up to lead the government’s Russia probe, according to a new report.
The government contends that it is up to Congress, not the courts, to act on whether the president should be able to profit from his businesses while in office.
The conservative government in the United Kingdom is hanging on by a thread after Prime Minister Theresa May called an early election, expecting an easy victory. However, May sorely misread the mood of her people and lost enough seats in Parliament to lose the outright majority. Mark Phillips reports from London.
Under a tentative plan forged by Michigan’s Republican lawmakers, newly hired teachers in the Great Lake State would only have a 401(k) retirement plan, unless they opt for the less-generous hybrid pension benefit, and the teachers’ unions are not happy. The provisional plan — a compromise between Republican Gov. Rick Snyder and the state’s GOP […]
A federal judge ordered a young woman charged with leaking classified U.S. documents to remain jailed until her trial after prosecutors argued Thursday she might possess more stolen government secrets.