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Trump threatens to investigate Google based on Fox & Friends clip

President Donald Trump threatened to launch a treason investigation into Google in a Monday morning tweet for allegedly working with the Chinese government — based on an 11-second Fox News clip containing no evidence whatsoever. Instead, the president cited unsubstantiated allegations made by billionaire investor and Facebook board member Peter …

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Trump’s Malarkey Only Goes So Far

The most revealing half-truth uttered by both Trump and Barr is that the Supreme Court’s decision amounts to no more than a requirement for a “better record.” According to Trump, “The Supreme Court ultimately affirmed our right to ask the citizenship question,” but “ruled that we must provide further explanation.” …

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Commissioner appointed at second WA council

In other appointments Julie Bishop’s controversial private sector move Graham Quirk joins Queensland Racing First Indigenous board member for Victorian procurement board Commissioner appointed after ‘significant complaints’ about WA council The West Australian government has appointed a Commissioner to run the troubled Town of Port Hedland council. Fredrick Riebling Fredrick …

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Medicare Advantage: Recent Developments in FCA Enforcement

The Medicare Advantage program, which allows private insurance companies to offer and administer Medicare benefits, continues to be an area of sharp scrutiny for False Claims Act (FCA) enforcement despite some significant recent setbacks in pursuing FCA liability against Medicare Advantage Plans (MA Plans or Plans). In 2018, several district …

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Congressman Amash: A trustee, not a politician | TheHill

As the United States begins its 243rd year of independence, Rep. Justin AmashJustin AmashPanel: Why is Tom Steyer running for President? Progressive Leader: Twitter is real life The Hill’s Morning Report – Democrats assail border conditions as Congress returns to work MORE (I-Mich.) has announced his independence from the Republican Party. …

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US Senate panel takes up what to do with nuclear waste

It’s been more than a decade since the U.S. government was supposed to begin moving spent nuclear fuel that has been piling up at dozens of commercial reactors around the country to a repository in the Nevada desert. The Obama administration halted development of a proposed long-term storage site at …

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