businessinsider.comWhite House unveils team to shepherd Trump's Supreme Court pickWhite House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday unveiled the team tasked with handling President Donald Trump’s upcoming nomination to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court, ahead of the planned July 9 announcement.
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comLisa Page will not appear for Capitol Hill interview despite subpoena, attorney saysFormer FBI attorney Lisa Page will not appear for a private interview with two House committees despite being subpoenaed, her attorney told Fox News Tuesday. Amy Jeffress said her client did not ha…1
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comRosenstein vows to clean up DOJ after IG report, defends response to Russia probe requestsThursday Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein publicly vowed to hold wrongdoers accountable for the actions revealed in the recent watchdog report on the Clinton email case, while defending his a…1
cryptonewmedia.pressWhat to Expect When Congress Talks Crypto (Twice) Tomorrow ⋆ Crypto New MediaIt’s a crypto doubleheader on Capitol Hill tomorrow. Twitter Facebook reddit Pinterest Hacker News LinkedIn Tumblr Google+ VKontakte Two U.S. House of Representatives Committees will be hosting hearings on Wednesday to look at the topic from two distinct angles. The House Committee on Agriculture will focus on the emergence of “digital assets” while the Financial Policy Subcommittee hearing …1
mynewsguru.comFIREWORKS: GOP Demands Agencies Turn Over Hillary Probe Documents | The News GuruFor more than a year House Republicans on various committees have been trying to obtain all documents pertaining to the Hillary Clinton email investigation conducted by the FBI and Justice Department, but they've been getting stonewalled by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and, at times, FBI Director Christopher Wray. Now, FIREWORKS Before The 4th, GOP Demands Agencies Turn Over Hillary Probe Docs. Rosenstein has been the biggest obstacle and the stonewalling ringleader, by far, and on Thursday members of the House Judiciary Committee blasted him and, to a lesser extent Wray, for continuing to resist their very legitimate requests for unredacted documents. The document demands aren't "politics" and they aren't frivolous. We've know for months how much pro-Hillary, anti-Trump bias there was among many of the leading figures in that investigation, as well as the "Spygate" operation in which Trump campaign officials were put under surveillance under the guise of a phony "Russia4
sfgate.comPruitt is out, handing EPA reins to former coal lobbyistWASHINGTON (AP) - Bowing out after months of scandals, Scott Pruitt is turning the Environmental Protection Agency over to a far less flashy deputy who is expected to continue Pruitt's rule-cutting, business-friendly ways as steward of the country's environment. With Pruitt's departure, President Donald Trump lost an administrator many conservatives regarded as one of the more effective members of his Cabinet. But Pruitt had also been dogged for months by scandals that spawned more than a dozen federal and congressional investigations. EPA Deputy Administrator Andrew Wheeler, a former coal industry lobbyist, will take the helm as acting administrator starting Monday.1