Thursday, May 24, 2018

The FBI dropped their files on Jeffrey Epstein


Families of two students killed in Parkland school shooting are filing lawsuits against the gun manufacturer and seller of the weapon used to commit the massacre.

Way to go United Nations. Don't put up with the actions of this rogue nation... 'UN Jerusalem vote: General Assembly rules against US, declaring recognition of Israel capital 'null and void' | The Independent

Dennis Rodman's meetings with Kim Jong Un never fell through. Just saying.

Harvey Weinstein set to turn himself in on sex crime charges in New York.

Omg... MSNBC is showing those stupid commemorative coins at blowout prices on Trump’s website

“We want to see how the briefing went to today and how much we learned from it. If we learned a good deal from it, it will shorten that whole process considerably.” Exactly what Dems feared.

JUST IN: Senate unanimously passes sexual harassment reform bill

FACT: Donald Trump's war against himself leads to North Korea summit cancellation.

Germany's Merkel says China and Germany standing by Iran nuclear deal

The N.F.L. Kneels to Trump via @NYTimes@NFL is apparently made up of a bunch of spineless, cowardly plantation owners who don’t like the first amendment to the Constitution. #BoycottNFL


An international team of investigators say the Buk missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 nearly four years ago came from a Russia-based military unit.

Head of Putin-linked firm hired Cohen after being impressed by his ties to GOP donors at Trump inauguration: report

North Korea Threatens To Scuttle Summit, Saying It Won't 'Beg The U.S. For Dialogue'

Lesley Stahl says @realDonaldTrump explained to her why he continues to attack the media: “You know why I do it? I do it to discredit you all and demean you all, so when you write negative stories about me no one will believe you.” Video:

The 9th Circuit Keeps Saying No to Trump. No Wonder Hes Racing to Reshape It in His Image.

The Newest Threat to Manafort Comes From Inside His Own Family

Trump Adviser Peter Navarro Slams Steve Mnuchin as Neville Chamberlain

JUST IN: North Korea state news says a foreign ministry official will suggest the country's leadership reconsider U.S.-North Korea summit, says future of summit is entirely up to Washington

Former Harvard classmates use their reunion to attack Jared Kushner: “Shame on you.”

Justice Dept. to brief GOP, 'Gang of 8' separately on Russia probe documents

President Trump seems to be focused on propelling a counter-narrative to try to undermine the special counsel investigation – a fable in which he is the victim and the law enforcement officials are the bad guys.

Amid Trump tweetstorm about "SPYGATE" and "WITCH HUNT!," former FBI Director Comey tweets, "Attacks on the FBI and lying about its work will do lasting damage to our country. How will Republicans explain this to their grandchildren?"

A NYT review of emails and documents show that Michael Cohen and Columbus Nova CEO Andrew Intrater, who paid Cohen $500,000 in 2017, were more closely linked than previously known.

A top North Korean official called Mike Pence a "political dummy" and threatened to call off the upcoming summit between Trump and Kim Jong-un.

Amazon's ambitions to break into the world of finance are drawing the Fed's attention

Maine tries a new way of voting: A ballot can count more than once

Justice dept. agrees to brief Dems as Trump touts "spygate"

“This Is RICO 101”: Why Robert Mueller Isn’t Taking Rudy’s Bait

WATCH: @RepAdamSchiff tells @maddow a cabinet member said tomorrow's FBI informant briefing would bipartisan, "at the Gang of 8 Level."

"that may actually be in violation of that statute that requires the Congress, not one party in Congress, fully and currently informed .... the statute is very clear" - @GenMhayden on the DOJ, FBI briefing w/ GOP lawmakers on the informant

"Donald Trump is trying to torch all of the facts in this case" and Speaker Ryan "is an accomplice"

A bipartisan group of lawmakers will be briefed on whether an informant was embedded in Trump’s campaign

Trump's FBI spy theory is completely insane

Jets chairman Christopher Johnson says that his players are free to take a knee or protest during the anthem without fear of repercussion. Johnson tells Newsday he'll pay any fines out of his own pocket and not sanction any players.

Clapper Russia assessment calls Trump legitimacy into question

Here is the NFL’s new national anthem policy: