Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Obama Administration Not Finished Yet With Executive Actions, Regulations

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Good morning from Washington, where President Obama isn't done taking executive actions. Fred Lucas has details. The federal government decides to give up $11,000 it took from an air traveler. Melissa Quinn reports. Does populism link election results in Italy, Britain, and America? Josh Siegel explores. Plus: David Rosenthal on justice for a veteran whose home was ransacked by police, John-Michael Seibler and Paul Larkin on accountability for the EPA, and Rachel del Guidice on the lawmaker who will lead the House's upstart conservative caucus. It's Saint Nicholas Day.
News

After the Government Seized $11K From Him, He Fought Back. Now, He's Getting His Money Back.


The $11,000 seized from then-24-year-old Charles Clarke had come from five years of savings accumulated from different jobs, financial aid, gifts from his family members, and benefits from his mother, who is a disabled veteran.
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News

Obama Administration Not Finished Yet With Executive Actions, Regulations


"I'm not going to rule out additional executive actions that the administration may take between now and Jan. 20," says White House press secretary Josh Earnest.
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The Next Brexit? Italy 'No' Vote Empowers Populist Revolt Against Establishment


In a year when Britons voted to leave the European Union and Americans chose Donald Trump as president, the global populist movement claimed its latest victim Sunday when Prime Minister Matteo Renzi resigned after Italian voters rejected constitutional changes backed by his government.
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Commentary

In Key Decision, DC Court Upholds Fourth Amendment


An Iraq War veteran attempted to convince the officers during questioning that he was not attempting suicide, but the officers ignored him and told him they wanted to search his house.
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This North Carolina Conservative Is the Freedom Caucus' New Leader


"The Freedom Caucus will put a great emphasis on doing the tough work and getting the tough votes in the first 100 days for repealing" Obamacare, says Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C.
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Commentary

EPA May Finally Have to Answer for the Animas River Spill


Remember when the Environmental Protection Agency caused a discharge of 3 million gallons of toxic water into the Animas River, and no one was held accountable? Now the Supreme Court is getting involved.
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