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Warriors deny they’ve made decision on White House visit NO CC

Fake news alert: unverified sources have been reporting since Tuesday night’s big win that the Golden State Warriors have unanimously decided to decline an invite to the White House. but. The organization says that is simply not true. It all started with a tweet from CNBC’s Josh Brown, that has since been deleted. Several media outlets, including NBC Sports and…

Trump administration using ‘extreme vetting’ of visitors’ social media accounts

The Trump administration has rolled out a new questionnaire for US visa applicants worldwide. It asks for social media handles for the last 5 years, along with biographical information going back 15 years. The new questions are part of an effort to tighten vetting of would-be visitors to the United States. It was approved on May 23rd, despite criticism from…

U.S. launches missle strike against Syria

Under President Trump’s orders, the United States has launched a missile strike in Syria. He said it was a response to the Assad regime’s chemical weapons attack on civilians including children earlier in the week. According to US officials, US warships launched 59 tomahawk cruise missiles from the Mediterranean sea, hitting the Syrian military airbase that carried out those chemical attacks. This…

Conservationists skeptical about President Trump’s donation to National Parks Service

President Trump will donate his first quarter salary, just over $78,000, to the National Parks Service. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made the announcement on Monday. At yesterday’s briefing, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke said the donation will go to maintaining historic battlefield sites. During the campaign, Trump vowed that he wouldn’t take the presidency’s annual salary if…

America, say goodbye to online privacy

The future of online privacy is now in the hands of President Trump. The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal internet privacy protections approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the final days of the Obama administration. The rules – which had not yet gone into effect – would have required internet service providers to get your permission before…

Woman receives death threats for Nazi-themed anti-Trump billboard

PHOENIX, A.Z. (WFXB) – Artistic expression or an insult to the president? One artist says she is receiving death threats for creating a controversial billboard about President Trump. It’s a bold and controversial billboard in Arizona with President Trump’s face front and center. It has dollar signs mimicking Nazi swastikas, two mushroom clouds, and Mr. Trump wearing a Russian lapel…

Trump’s ‘America First’ budget: winners and losers

The Trump administration has unveiled its budget outline, and we’re taking a close look at the numbers. The “America First” outline appears to put an emphasis on the military and keeping the US safe,with spending increases planned for Defense, Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs. But significant spending cuts are planned in several cabinet department and federal agencies, including a 29-percent…

President Trump’s 2005 tax returns leaked

The American public finally got a glimpse at President Trump’s federal tax returns. Two pages of the return were revealed to the country Tuesday night, but is it much ado about nothing? The numbers are — as you would expect — large. Trump earned about $153 million that year. but even after some big write-offs, he still paid a fair…

Trump declares optimistic vision for the future

For the first time since taking office, President Trump addressed a joint session of Congress last night as he outlined his vision for the country. A largely positive review of President Trump’s address after the president shifted tone from his darker speech at his inauguration, delivering what some are calling his most traditional political speech to date. President trump did…