Justice Dept. Is Said to Open Criminal Inquiry Into Its Own Russia Investigation
The Justice Department’s internal review of spying on the Trump campaign has evolved into a criminal investigation, according to anonymous sources who spoke to The New York Times. The move is likely to open the attorney general to accusations that he is trying to deliver a political victory for President Trump.
After Having an Open Door Policy and Accepting Over One Million Refugees
Attempts to build a multicultural society in Germany have "utterly failed", Chancellor Angela Merkel says.
Proposed Bill Would Open Sanctuary Politicians Up to Lawsuits
A bill sponsored by Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) aims to allow any subsequent victims of crimes committed by that illegal alien to sue the politicians who created the sanctuary policies.
The IRS has announced that it’s “too expensive” to audit the rich.
Affluent taxpayers, the 1%, are too well protected from government intrusion. Their tax returns are complex and take more time and more experienced auditors to review them. The IRS then has to pay these more experienced auditors a higher price to audit those larger accounts. It’s become an expensive hassle for them. They encounter resistance from the teams that the affluent have behind them to defend them from the IRS.
A Drug Cartel Just Defeated The Mexican Military In Battle
Mexico is in a state of collapse, and Americans need to realize that the crisis underway south of the Rio Grande won’t stop at the border.
Boeing Backlash Begins: Spirit Airlines Orders 100 New Airbus Planes
This Week's Tailgating Recipe, Wings
Wings are the perfect party finger food, from backyard barbecues to game-day buffets. The different collection of chicken wing recipes listed here will take you way beyond the standard of buffalo sauce.