Dec 07, 2017
The president of the University of Notre Dame said he is deeply concerned after Sen. Dianne Feinstein questioned a colleague's religious beliefs during a Senate Judiciary Committee nomination hearing.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/yx4EljX
The Senate Judiciary Committee's top Democrat sent letters to several members of President Donald Trump's campaign team on Wednesday.
Washington—Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today released the following statement in reaction to the creation of a commission to investigate the false claim of widespread voter fraud: “It’s absurd that the White House has...
The big question coming out of yesterday's testimony by Sally Yates to the Senate Judiciary Committee, is the missing 18 days. This was the great way that
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), member of the Senate Judiciary Committee and chairman of the Subcommittee on The Constitution, participated in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today titled “Free Speech 101: The Assault on the First Amendment on College Campuses.”
Committee leaders Grassley and Feinstein insist that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner turn over missing records to committee investigators.
PRESS STATEMENT: South Africa’s largest university backs boycott of Israel 13 December 2017 In another major win, South Africa’s largest residency university, Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), with over 60 000 students, has come out in support of the academic boycott of Israel. Principal of...
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The top U.S. Senate Democrat said on Friday he would force a vote on the Federal Communications Commission's decision to repeal the 2015 landmark net neutrality rules.
Every mainstream media outlet in the country keeps saying Trump is losing badly -- yes, even my beloved Fox News. They say this as if it’s fact. And based on many polls, it does look that way.
A “Narcos” location scout was gunned down this week after traveling to one of Mexico’s most violent regions to hunt for settings to shoot for the fourth season of the hit Netflix show.
Police still aren't sure what prompted a University of Texas student to go on a stabbing rampage on the Austin campus, killing one person and seriously wounding three others.
The New York Symphony Orchestra is midway through their season and on the surface things are going well: audiences are happy and the musicians are playing better than ever. But offstage, things are beginning to unravel.
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