President Trump told The Hill on Tuesday that he’d ordered the declassification of a number of key documents connected with the FBI’s investigation of alleged Russian collusion with members of his campaign team to show that the probe was “corrupt” and a “hoax” — and that exposing it could go down as a highlight of his presidency.
Officials said the victim was unconscious and unresponsive.
As an investor, this is a development that should be on your radar.
The only thing I am sure of now is that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has behaved outrageously. Because no matter what you choose to believe, she waited too long to reveal the accusation.
Are there any patterns in the lives of those who do — and do not — succeed financially in the United States? Yes.
Scott Gottlieb, the head of the Food and Drug Administration, says he still believes in the harm-reducing potential of e-cigarettes, which are far less hazardous than their combustible competitors.
On a parallel track is the race for mayor. The field is crowded, and in a city where old-line political organizations have crumbled along with Chicago’s finances, appeals to tribalism are, sadly, all but inevitable.
Discrimination can be operationally defined as an act of choice.