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Trump Clinches Guinness World Record for Most Corrupt President Ever

Step into the surreal world of politics as former President Donald Trump achieves the unthinkable: Guinness World Records crowns him the ‘Most Corrupt President Ever.’ Dive into this comical take on Trump’s record-breaking journey, from scandals to triumphs, in this satirical article.

Dark Brandon

Preventing a cobalt crisis in Congo

Rebels in eastern Congo and the Congolese army have been fighting since the 1990s. The fighting escalated in 2022 as Rwanda-backed rebels, known as M23, invaded and took over several villages. The violence escalated further last summer when M23 moved closer to the area near Goma, one of the largest cities in the region. A war between Congo and Rwanda would not only be a humanitarian disaster, but it would upend the administration’s efforts to get into the cobalt market — a key component for electric vehicle batteries. Congo is home to about 70 percent of the world’s cobalt reserves, and China, one of Washington’s biggest trade competitors, is its main producer and is supporting M23 with drones.

Leveraging Public Streets CCTV and AI Technologies to Enhance Public Safety and Reduce Law Enforcement Costs | Crime in America

Tech firms face new international restrictions on data and privacy

The rapid growth of e-commerce in recent decades has been accompanied by an increase in digital trade barriers. Those include requirements for companies to store their data in the country where it is collected or to hand over their source code to a joint venture partner in order to do business in a particular market. Until now, the United States has been a leading voice on the international stage pushing back against such provisions, which it argued not only hurt big tech companies but small and medium-size companies that increasingly rely on the internet to do business.

Dark Brandon

Biden moves to bring microchip production home

The Covid pandemic sharpened bipartisan fears in Washington about U.S. reliance on microchips produced overseas — primarily in China or Taiwan. As factories shut down in Asia and supply chains snarled, U.S. automakers and other manufacturers were unable to get the chips they needed, idling their plants and spiking prices for cars and other goods. That led the Biden administration and lawmakers from both parties to consider policies to bring production of the most advanced microchips back to the U.S.

College | Student Debt | Brooke Cagle

A penalty for college programs that trap students in debt

For decades, the federal government has gone back and forth on the best way to solve the problem of workers who struggle to earn a living after graduating from the country’s for-profit colleges or career training programs. The Obama administration first laid out specific metrics requiring schools who want access to a lucrative stream of government funds to prove that its graduates are prepared for “gainful employment” and don’t end up with lots of student debt relative to their income. But Obama’s team never fully implemented its rules after lengthy legal fights. The Trump administration eventually scrapped the effort. Then Biden won office, and revived Obama’s plan — with a twist.

cannabis | marijuana | richtea360

Biden recommends loosening federal restrictions on marijuana

Since the Nixon administration, marijuana has been classified in federal law in the same category as LSD and heroin — drugs categorized as having a high propensity for addiction and no known medical value. In October 2022, as more and more states have moved to legalize cannabis, Biden issued an executive order directing the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a review of all available cannabis science and recommend whether the classification of marijuana should be changed.

Dark Brandon

A new agency to investigate cyberattacks

Organizations that fall victim to hacks often keep tight-lipped about what happened due to fear of legal liability or brand damage. But cybersecurity experts have long warned that the country will never break free from an endless cycle of computer breaches unless companies and government agencies become more transparent about how they got infiltrated. The danger was underscored in 2020 when a sophisticated Russian hack breached nine federal agencies.

Trump's ex-doctor demoted by Navy for inappropriate behavior in White House

Navy demoted Ronny Jackson after probe into White House behavior

EXPOSED: Former White House physician and current GOP congressman Ronny Jackson faces intense scrutiny as revelations of his demotion from the U.S. Navy surface. Allegations of misconduct have rocked Jackson’s reputation, sparking debates over his retired rank and continued use of his former title. Dive into the unfolding controversy surrounding Jackson’s turbulent career and the implications for his political future.

Trump's ex-doctor demoted by Navy for inappropriate behavior in White House

Trump’s ex-doctor demoted by Navy for inappropriate behavior in White House

EXPOSED: Rep. Ronny Jackson demoted by U.S. Navy after damning inspector general’s report. Uncover the financial and social fallout of his rank downgrade from retired admiral to captain, amid allegations of misconduct and substance use while serving under President Trump. Dive into the ongoing controversy surrounding this high-profile case.

Eagle Pass Invasion

Video: Eagle Pass, TX Residents Sound Off on the Real “Invasion

Eagle Pass, Texas has become the epicenter of the national immigration debate, but who are the real “invaders” of this community? Michael Kosta talks to residents of Eagle Pass who have had it with the right-wing media, politicians, and fearmongering Trump supporters taking over their town and jacking up their hotel prices.

Authoritarian expert breaks down dangers of Project 2025

Video: Authoritarian expert breaks down dangers of Project 2025

Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Professor of history and scholar of authoritarianism, speaks to Ali Velshi about Project 2025’s plans to consolidate power if Trump wins the presidency in 2025, including who’s on their hypothetical list of pre-screened loyalists to join the Trump administration, and why their plan to abolish federal agencies is so uniquely dangerous to democracy.

Liz Cheney's warning to America ‘We have eight months to save our republic’

Video: Liz Cheney’s warning to America: ‘We have eight months to save our republic’

Sarah Matthews, former Trump White House Deputy Press Secretary and Ben Rhodes, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor under President Obama, join Nicolle Wallace on Deadline White House with reaction to yesterday’s decisive Super Tuesday results, which led to Nikki Haley dropping out of the GOP Presidential contest setting the stage for a rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump this November.

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