Month: April 2019

Rep. Maloney says Trump’s conduct in Mueller probe ‘appalling’

Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-N.Y., condemned what he called President Trump’s “appalling” conduct regardless of being cleared by special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, in a fiery interview on “The Story with Martha MacCallum.”

McConnell calls teen vaping a ‘serious threat,’ proposes raising national age to buy tobacco products to 21

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., plans to introduce a new bill next month that will raise the age required to purchase tobacco products to 21 in an effort to combat teen vaping, something he calls a “most serious threat.”

Mueller report produces damning exoneration of Donald Trump

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s 22-month investigation produced a damning exoneration of President Trump, finding that he did not conspire with Russia to subvert the 2016 election but did repeatedly attempt to shape the follow-up probes themselves wit…

Veterans Affairs site suicides prompt new concern

Over the span of five days last week, three U.S. military veterans committed suicide on Veterans Affairs properties in Texas and Georgia, sparking calls that not enough is being done to confront the enduring problem of elevated suicide rates among vete…

‘The Five’ debate ‘collusion’ in Mueller report

Thursday’s release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation was supposed to be the end of a two year long probe but as the “The Five” proved Thursday it may be only the beginning of a continuing debate between Democrats and Republicans.