Turkish President Erdogan vs. Bolton on Protection for Kurds

In December, President Trump called for the immediate removal of all 2,000 or so troops deployed in Syria. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, and national security adviser, John Bolton, are touring the Middle East and reassuring allies in the region. On Tuesday, Bolton was meeting with his Turkish counterpart, Ibrahim

Solution to Shutdown Sought

The President’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, invited moderate Republican senators to discuss a resolution to the 19-day government shutdown. The meeting was held in Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-S.C.) Senate Russell Building office on Wednesday afternoon. Five other Congress members were present. Senators Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), Susan Collins (R-Maine),

Finding Finances for the Border Wall

On Thursday, President Trump traveled to a portion of the southern border in McAllen, Texas. He was greeted by protestors and a Trump baby balloon. Republicans who gathered to construct a new deal containing wall funding and provisions for Democrats involving DACA and visa modifications were disappointed by Mike Pence.

AOC’s Direction for America

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), the youngest Congresswoman elected, was attracting a lot of attention as of late. As the daughter of a widow who mopped floors and drove buses among other odd jobs, Ocasio-Cortez only recently found her life’s calling as a politician. Previously, she was bartending part-time. Ocasio-Cortez was

Trump Erupts After Article About FBI’s Investigation Into Him Emerges

On Saturday, President Trump fired a Twitter storm about former FBI director James Comey and the FBI. The New York Times published an article about the FBI, which opened an investigation into President Trump to see if he was working for Russia after he fired Comey on May 9, 2017.

Multiple Countries Support American Facing Espionage Allegations in Russian Jail

48-year-old Paul N. Whelan, a retired US Marine, is charged with spying on Russia. He is being detained in Moscow within Lefortovo prison. Whelan was arrested on December 28 and charged with espionage. It is unlikely someone like Whelan, who works in security for a global auto parts manufacturer called

Elizabeth Warren Actually Agrees with President Trump

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) clashed with President Trump a few times. Yet, she too believes the US military no longer has any business in Syria and Afghanistan. Warren is seriously considering a 2020 run for the presidency and she represents Democrats who want less to do with lengthy wars overseas.

Federal Workers Sue the U.S. Government Over Shutdown

Federal employees are suing the Trump administration over the partial government shutdown. According to the plaintiffs, federal workers considered “essential” are currently forced to work without compensation, which constitutes a violation of their labour rights. Due to President Trump’s failure to reach a compromise with Democrats on the border wall

Partial Government Shutdown Continues Amidst Workers’ Lawsuit

Federal workers are suing the government for the shutdown. Heidi Burakiewicz is a union lawyer representing the workers who proclaimed, “This is not an acceptable way for any employer, let alone the US government, to treat its employees.” Some people live by the paycheck and have not shored up plenty