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No, Twitter still isn't subject to the First Amendment — even if a judge said Trump's account is - Washington Post

President Trump violated the constitutional rights of Americans when he blocked some of his Twitter followers after they criticized him politically, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Naomi Buchwald identifies, for the ...

Was there really a spy inside the Trump campaign, as the president says? - NBCNews.com

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's allegation that the Department of Justice put a "spy" inside his presidential campaign to frame him is being widely dismissed as absurd by current and former law enforcement officials. But it would not be absurd ...and more »

White House Refuses to Apologize for Kelly Sadler's Joke About McCain - New York Times

Senator John McCain of Arizona at the Capitol in November. He continues to be treated for brain cancer.CreditPablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press. By Peter Baker. May 11, 2018. WASHINGTON — The White House declined on Friday to renounce or ...and more »

Trump's Tariff Threat Vexes Global Auto Makers - Wall Street Journal

U.S. trading partners expressed alarm on Wednesday about threatened American tariffs on imported cars, which could hit allies hard and disrupt the industry around the world. The Trump administration's plan, which could involve tariffs of up to 25 ...

Gun battle, negotiations lasted 25 minutes before Texas school shooter was apprehended, sheriff says - Los Angeles Times

Minutes after a school shooter opened fire in an art class last week, killing 10 people and wounding 13, including a local police officer, fellow officers returned fire in a protracted gun battle before isolating the suspect, the local sheriff said ...

Clorox won't cut it. Volcanologists explain what it takes to clean up after Kilauea - Digital Trends

Plumes of smoke, geysers of orange and yellow, fields of red lava rushing over rocks. These are likely what springs to mind when you think of a volcano, dazzling yet devastating. What happens when the eruption is over, though? In 1973, Heimaey, an ...and more »

ACLU alleges that immigrant minors were mistreated in custody during Obama years - Washington Post

Unaccompanied minors who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border during a historic wave of migration earlier this decade were repeatedly beaten, sexually abused, and deprived of food and medical care by federal border agents, according to an American Civil ...

North Korea expected to close nuclear test site, despite squabbles - Washington Post

TOKYO — North Korea is expected to blow up its nuclear testing site Thursday afternoon, in a gesture designed to show it is still willing to embark on a diplomatic journey with the United States despite the recent ructions. The North Korean regime ...

MH17 Investigators Make Public Appeal For Information Four Years On - Newsweek

Four years on from the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine, investigators are making a public appeal for information, Reuters has reported. It comes as the families of the victims made an emotional plea to the Russian people to ...and more »

"Not the way I would deal with people," former Defense Secretary Gates says of Trump - CBS News

Asked about reports that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen considered resigning, after President Trump berated her at a cabinet meeting, Robert Gates characterized President Trump's management style as "not the way I would deal with people.".and more »