British authorities raid Cambridge, the market plummets, and Trump's new TV lawyer may back out. Plus more.
Author - JM Ashby
Maintaining a functioning government may actually require that Republicans don't read anything.
The company's former director of business development says Cambridge analyzed data for a Ukip group.
The DNC hacker has been identified by federal investigators.
We don't know what Trump will impose tariffs on, but China does.
Scott Walker has been ordered to hold elections, opioid deaths are being under-counted, and Texas will see its credit rating downgraded.
Trump signed a piece of paper this morning, but it may as well have been blank.
Most of Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have been canceled.
The White House counsel privately acknowledged that the NDAs are meaningless.
Mueller is investigating Cambridge, the Austin bomber is identified, and the Fed raises rates.
The new spending deal is mostly good for Democrats considering that Republicans control the government.
A year before he was fired by Sessions, McCabe was investigating Sessions.
Local residents are challenging the land grab in federal court.
Mick Mulvaney overruled other officials and allowed the Labor Department to delete the data.
Lighthizer wants to block Mexico and Canada from adopting food warning labels.
British authorities summon Facebook, Ben Carson blames his wife, and a HUD official resigns.
Cambridge executives boasts that they created Trumps 'Crooked Hillary' line.
Brownback left the state's schools in a hole so deep it may cost $2 billion to climb out.
A federal judge is telling government lawyers to put up or shut up.
Governor Phil Bryant jokes about his abortion ban being blocked in court.