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Trump’s Deregulation Teams Shrouded in Suspicion and Secrets

August 10, 2017

by Robert Faturechi, ProPublica, and Danielle Ivory, The New York Times. This article was co-published with the New York Times. When President Trump ordered federal agencies to form teams to dismantle government regulations, the Transportation Department turned to people with…

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Spy Bosses Struggle to Work with ‘Insulting’ President, ‘Stand By’ Russia Scandal Findings

July 29, 2017

by Mattathias Schwartz, Last week, Dan Coats, the former senator from Indiana and current head of the U.S. intelligence community, was interviewed by NBC’s Lester Holt in front of a live audience at the Aspen Security Forum, a gathering where…

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REVEALED: The Shady ‘International Man of Mystery’ Connecting Trump, Flynn, and Russian Oligarchs

June 27, 2017

by Isaac Arnsdorf ProPublica, June 27, 2017, More than two years ago, two men started visiting Washington to push Turkey’s agenda in the capital. They dined with dignitaries and enlisted prominent lobbying firms from both sides of the aisle. It…

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BREAKING: FBI’s Comey Made False Statements to Congress, Grossly Overstated Clinton Email Scandal

May 9, 2017

FBI Officials Admit Comey Misstated Facts About Clinton Investigation Not since J. Edgar Hoover has an FBI Director played such an outsized role in American politics as James Comey has over the past calendar year. And like Hoover, Comey’s handling…

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Here’s How This Red State Governor Helped Make Homes In This State Unsafe (VIDEO)

June 26, 2016

In 2009, a non-profit agency based in Washington decided that new homes built in the U.S. should have fire sprinklers. But the homebuilding industry didn’t like this, and claimed it wouldn’t improve safety in new homes enough to justify the added…

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