Machinery for throwing the election may be in full swing. And Trump seems to be getting help from one of his most reliable supporters – the Russian bot
Vermont primary: Christine Hallquist becomes first transgender candidate to win governor nomination for major party
A 6.4-magnitude quake on the east coast of Taiwan has left two dead and more than 200 injured, the government said, after buildings crumbled and trapped people inside. A hotel and an apartment block were the worst hit by the quake in the port city of Hualien, according to the national fire agency. Five more buildings including a hospital have also been damaged with roads strewn with rubble, cracks along highways and damaged buildings tilted at angles.
By Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. Justice Department memo issued in January to employees about their communications with Congress may run afoul of rules designed to protect government whistleblowers from being muzzled, a Republican lawmaker said on Tuesday. In a Feb. 5 letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley said he feared the Jan. 29 memo was an attempt to “prevent direct communications between federal employees and Congress.” Grassley, a whistleblower advocate, released both documents on Tuesday.
What would happen if all gay teens discovered their sexuality without a conflict with family and social milieu? ‘Call Me by Your Name’ depicts such a scenario – and it’s pretty dull