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Presidential Memorandum on the Support for National Biodefense [Full Text]

Donald Trump signs tax reform into law 12-22-17

President Donald Trump signed on Tuesday, an Executive Memo about National Biodefense. The entirety of the memo is included below: MEMORANDUM FOR THE VICE PRESIDENT THE SECRETARY OF STATE THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE THE SECRETARY OF LABOR THE SECRETARY ...

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City of San Francisco allows false testimony against landlord resulting in substantial penalties

San Francisco landlord Anne Kihagi has been harassed and humiliated, and her life has been changed dramatically. In this case, the morality of the truth was not a mere bout of forgetfulness but an intentional misdirection supported by perjurious evidence. This is a malicious attempt to ruin a successful African American woman’s life for exercising her legal rights, and it ...

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Gordon makes landfall near Mississippi-Alabama border as strong tropical storm, 31,000 without power – 11pm update

Updated 9-4-18 23:00 ET Tropical Storm Gordon will dump 4-8 inches of rain in some parts of Alabama, Florida and Mississippi, with 12 inches possible in isolated areas. The northern edge of the storm’s center is overland just west of the Mississippi border with winds of 70 mph and Gordon is beginning to cause massive power outages in Alabama and ...

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Texas Border Patrol Agents Rescue 62 Illegal Aliens from a Refrigerated Tractor-Trailer

LAREDO, Texas – Border Patrol agents assigned to the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate Highway 35, north of Laredo, Texas, rescued 62 illegal aliens from a refrigerated tractor-trailer announced U.S. Customs and Border Protection Thursday. “These criminal organizations view these individuals as mere commodities without regard for their safety.  The blatant disregard for human life will not be tolerated.  We will continue ...

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Delivers Remarks to the Joint Interagency Task Force South

Washington, DC – United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered his remarks Wednesday to the Joint Interagency Task Force South which is a multiservice, multiagency task force based at the Naval Air Station Key West in Florida.   During his address Sessions praised the performance of the task force in their fight to keep deadly drugs out of communities. “This Department of Justice ...

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Full statement by Peter Strzok’s lawyer over firing

Peter Strzok’s lawyer Aitan Goelman released the following statement Monday morning in which he announces details of his client’s firing from the FBI. Late Friday afternoon, the Deputy Director of the FBI overruled the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and departed from established precedent by firing 21-year FBI veteran Peter Strzok. In doing so he reversed the decision of the career ...

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The Basics of Getting a Car Title Loan

Top 10 new cars under 18000

The wide range of loan solutions available from lenders these days means there is something to suit all needs and preferences. However, the options are much more limited for those with low income and/or damaged credit than for those that earn a decent income and have good credit. For those in the former group, there are still solutions available and this ...

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Carl Bernstein: ‘the Trump Presidency Is Worse Than Watergate’

Investigative journalist Carl Bernstein came out strongly against President Donald Trump Thursday claiming the Trump presidency is worse than Watergate. In the 1970’s Berstein helped uncover the Watergate scandal that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon according to Investors Business Daily. Appearing on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Bernstein stated, “What we are watching in the Trump ...

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Hulkusd is a Vital Business Tool – Use it Now!

Live News

When you are trying to run a business, there are so many external factors that can affect the way the company runs. You have to think about a lot of the different things that can affect a business and work on improving these factors. You have a changing market to contend with while figuring out what your customers want and ...

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Guatemalan Man Admits to Robbing Bank and Threatening Employee With a Pipe Bomb

Eddie Estuardo Galindo-Mendez, age 44, a Guatemalan citizen, pleaded guilty on Friday before U.S. Magistrate Judge D. Gordon Bryant, Jr., to bank robbery through the threatened use of a pipe bomb, announced Erin Nealy Cox, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. Galindo-Mendez has been in custody since his arrest in March and will remain in federal custody. Galindo-Mendez faces a ...

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Cracking Down on Medicare Fraud

Lawsuit Legal

Many people are in need of medical care. Insurance rates can be unaffordable, leaving many citizens uncovered when medical emergencies strike. Some people find ways to cheat the system and get the care they need. Medicare fraud involves the use of improper information to gain acceptance to the Medicare program. Anyone who knows about this dishonest activity is encouraged to ...

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Federal Judge Ellis Delays Manafort Trial

Paul Manafort

Federal judge T. S. Ellis on Monday agreed to delay the trial of former Trump campaign  Paul Manafort. This comes after Manafort’s lawyers argued on Monday that they needed more time to review thousands of documents that had just recently provided by the prosecutors.  Judge Ellis also ordered the government to provide the defense with a full witness list.  Five witnesses names had not been ...

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Starbucks Takes on Plastic Straws

The popular coffee company announced Monday that it will completely remove plastic straws from all of its stores by 2020. Starbucks claims the changes will help them eliminate more than 1 billion plastic straws per year. CEO of Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, called the effort to remove plastic straws a “significant milestone” for the company in a statement. Starbucks said the cold-cup ...

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Is Walmart open on July 4, 2018?

A lot of stores are closed on July 4, 2018. But, if you need a few last minute items to fill-out your Fourth, your local Walmart may have the answer. This year, July 4th falls in the middle of the week. And, if you had to work Tuesday, that may have left you understocked and underprepared for your barbeque, picnic ...

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