Trump scraps cyber czar post after first appointee leaves: White House
Tuesday, 15 May 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House has eliminated the position of cyber security coordinator after President Donald Trump's first appointee for the job departed last week, a spokesman for the National Security Council confirmed on Tuesday.
The Trump administration is pushing the legal boundaries of a government shutdown. Politico reports that in recent days, thousands of furloughed federal employees have been called back to work. Certain..
Recently-elected Representative Rashida Tlaib is one of the first Muslim women to ever be elected to U.S. It’s been less than two weeks since she was sworn in, along with several other history-making..
Politico reports that Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is running for president in 2020. In her first public comments since joining the 2020 presidential race Gillibrand rejected support from an individualized..
Talks between President Trump and congressional Democrats aimed at ending a partial government shutdown collapsed in acrimony and disarray Wednesday, with the... WorldNews - Front PageAlso reported by •CBS News
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