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THE WEEK 03/20/2019 21:06
Hope Hicks, a former Trump Organization employee and White House communications director, will give the House Judiciary Committee documents as part of its inquiry into potential obstruction of justice, CNN reports. Earlier this month, Hicks received a letter from House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.), requesting documents on the firing of former FBI Director James Comey; false statements former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn made to the FBI; hush-money payments made to women who said they had affairs with President Trump; and the drafting of a statement regarding a meeting Donald Trump Jr. had with Russians at Trump Tower in 2016. Hicks, a longtime Trump confidante, has been asked to turn over "any personal or work diary, jou.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 12:40
The Trump administration's drilling dreams may have just burst. Late on Tuesday, a judge in Washington, D.C.'s U.S. District Court ruled that the Interior Department broke the law when selling off federal land for oil and gas drilling. It's a defeat for the Wyoming plan involved in the case, but also could spell trouble for President Trump's drill-happy Bureau of Land Management, The Washington Post suggests . Two environmental advocacy groups first sued the BLM for leasing and selling federal lands for drilling under former President Barack Obama's watch, saying the department ignored the threat of climate change when making the decision. Additional moves by the Trump administration to increase drilling offshore and in Alaska later boosted.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 08:57
The world of Hawkins, Indiana is about to turn upside down — again. Netflix on Wednesday debuted the first trailer for the third season of Stranger Things , which teases a summer theme, trouble for one particular character, and a downright horrifying new creature. After an extended opening sequence in which the gang uses Eleven's powers to play a prank on Dustin, we see footage of the kids living it up over the summer after two seasons set during the fall.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 07:06
1. The Walt Disney Company formally closed its $71.3 billion purchase of 21st Century Fox assets early Wednesday, dramatically expanding what was already an entertainment giant. Disney now owns the core of Rupert Murdoch's former empire, including the 20th Century Fox movie and television studio, home of the X-Men , Avatar , and Simpsons franchises; Ice Age animation studio Blue Sky; Fox Searchlight Pictures; the FX and National Geographic channels; and Fox's interest in Hulu. "This is an extraordinary and historic moment for us — one that will create significant long-term value for our company and our shareholders," Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a statement. Disney bought Pixar in 2006 for $7.4 billion, Marvel Entertainment in 2010 for $4 bi.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 06:41
1. Hundreds of mourners gathered Wednesday for the first funerals for the 50 worshippers killed in last week's mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand. The first ceremony was for Khalid Mustafa, 44, and Hamza Mustafa, 15 — a father and son who fled the civil war in Syria. Mustafa's wife, Salwa, told Radio New Zealand the family had been assured they were moving to "the safest country in the world, the most wonderful country you can go ... you will start a very wonderful life there ... But it wasn't." Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it was "gutting" to know this happened to "a family [which] came here for safety and for refuge." Four other burials were scheduled for Wednesday, but most families are still waiting for investigators to
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 06:12
Mozambique began three days of mourning on Wednesday for the hundreds killed by Cyclone Idai , which caused what emergency workers are calling the most destructive flooding in southern Africa in 20 years. The death toll stands at more than 200 in Mozambique, 98 in Zimbabwe, and 56 in Malawi, but the final number of dead is expected to top 1,000. "The full horror, the full impact is only going to emerge over coming days," Red Cross spokesman Matthew Cochrane said in Geneva. The Red Cross says at least 400,000 people have likely lost their homes in central Mozambique, where flooding has covered an area of more than 150 square miles. The cyclone destroyed up to 90 percent of Mozambique's second-largest port, Beira, a city of 500,000 that also
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 06:03
Nearly a year out from the first votes being cast in the Democratic primary contest, we are awash in ideas for reform of the American political system — some of them good, others flatly unrealistic, and at least one of them uniquely terrible. Abolishing the Electoral College is a very good idea , but it requires the passage of a constitutional amendment, and that's exceedingly unlikely to happen.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 05:55
After nearly a century of abject failure, the war on drugs is finally slowing down. Presidential candidates are coming out in support of legal cannabis, psychedelic research is finally getting going , and people are discussing reducing sharply the criminal penalties for drug crimes. But if "war" is our policy model for dealing with drugs, what should replace it? Here's a sensible, moderate proposal: full socialism for drugs. Recreational drugs should be legalized, but only sold through a restrictive government monopoly. The war on drugs failed, in part, because drugs are easy to produce and smuggle, and there is an extremely strong demand for them. Cocaine, heroin, LSD, and most other other illegal drugs can be produced relatively easily fr.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 05:45
Adapted from an article that originally appeared in Mosaic . It is early morning in early summer, and I am tracing my way through the woods of central North Carolina, steering cautiously around S-curves and braking hard when what looks like a small rise turns into a narrow bridge.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 05:45
Baseball is back, baby! The Seattle Mariners and the Oakland A's open against each other today in Tokyo, signaling the long-awaited — but earlier than ever — return of MLB. The year ahead is full of questions, though. It's undeniable at this point that baseball is changing: The contracts are bigger , the rule-change rumors louder , and the balls juicier than ever before. Ahead of the 2019 season, here are the biggest and most exciting storylines that will be worth following for the next seven months. Is the opener here to stay? There is some debate over if the "opener" is really the next big thing in baseball. While the Tampa Bay Rays were the most enthusiastic team to try having a relief pitcher start the game, franchises as varied as the
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 05:40
The Federal Reserve is meeting again this week to decide what to do about interest rates. Earlier this year, it surprised everyone by pausing indefinitely its recent run of rate hikes. All indications are that the pause will continue . This is to the central bank's credit. The Fed is a deeply flawed institution, but its record since 2008 suggests a willingness to think broadly, to adapt, and to seriously weigh ordinary Americans' need for jobs and wages. By contrast, the other most powerful central bank in the world — the European Central Bank — spent the last decade running much of the continent into the ground in single-minded pursuit of low inflation. Over the years, mainstream Western policymaking has reached a certain ad hoc consensus:
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 05:35
It seems pretty clear Joe Biden is going to run for president, joining the roughly Graham's Number of declared Democratic candidates so far. As a former vice president, Biden is now part of the global oligarchy, complete with preposterous speaking fees and an extensive entourage, and from that perspective one last run for president probably sounds like a topping idea. But it will be hard, and possibly catastrophic for his reputation. If he knows what is good for him, Biden shouldn't run. The most immediate problem for Biden personally is that he has #MeToo written all over him. As my colleague Matthew Walther writes , there are already vast compilations of footage of him being far too handsy with women in public settings. Even if nothing wo.
THE WEEK 03/20/2019 02:22
President Trump is both modestly bragging about donating his $400,000 salary to the Homeland Security Department and proposing to strip $5 billion from the DHS budget, Stephen Colbert said on Tuesday's Late Show . "So Trump's paycheck donation is like robbing a restaurant then, on your way out, throwing a nickel in the tip jar.". Trump "gets paid nothing to be president, and today he earned every penny," Colbert said. On Tuesday, Trump hosted Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro , "often called the 'Trump of the Tropics,' which is also what Trump will be called when his climate policies turn Ohio into a rain forest." Colbert scratched his head over Trump's ad-lib at a joint press conference about socialism's "twilight hour" and chucked at his
THE WEEK 03/19/2019 23:02
The Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights had a come-from-behind victory on Tuesday night, defeating Prairie View A&M and securing the school's first ever NCAA tournament win. The final score for the First Four game was 82-76. It was also a good night for senior guard Darnell Edge, who scored a career high 33 points. Fairleigh Dickinson has four campuses and two teams, with the Knights representing the Metropolitan Campus in Hackensack, New Jersey. Coach Greg Herenda recently recovered from life-threatening blood clots, and told The Associated Press that the win was "overwhelming." He has been a coach for 35 years, and at Fairleigh Dickinson for six. The team, which won the Northeast Conference Tournament, has played in six NCAA tournament.
THE WEEK 03/19/2019 16:11
As the infamous 'side door' college admissions scandal continues to unfold, the University of Southern California has begun taking action against students who are connected to the case. The engineer of the scheme, William Singer , parents, and university employees have already faced arrests, suspensions, and lost jobs. But USC has now turned its attention the recipients of the ploy, blocking any students who might be connected to the scandal from registering for courses. An official notice from USC was sent to the students on Monday. The school said that following an internal investigation, "we will take the proper action related to their status, up to revoking admission or expulsion.". USC said that all applicants who are connected to the s.

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