Daily Brief 10/09/2017: Harvey ‘The Perv’ Fired, Wildfires in California and More Iranian Threats

U.S. News: Hollywood Pervert Harvey Weinstein Fired From Studio- Disgraced Hollywood producer and co-founder of The Weinstein Company, Harvey Weinstein, has been terminated from his co-Chairman post at the production studio by board members amid disturbing allegations of decades long sexual harassment by the producer. The move by the company came on Sunday and in a statement by the studio was attributed to “new information … Continue reading Daily Brief 10/09/2017: Harvey ‘The Perv’ Fired, Wildfires in California and More Iranian Threats

Daily Brief 10/6/2017: Judge Upholds Arpaio Pardon, A Surprising Delivery and a Deadly Day for American Troops in Niger

U.S. NEWS Federal Judge Upholds Pardon For Arpaio- U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton has announced this week that she will not grant a motion brought on by progressive and left-leaning groups calling for the judiciary to block the pardon that President Trump issued for the 85-year old former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio in August after a July conviction. The decision by Judge Bolton was reached … Continue reading Daily Brief 10/6/2017: Judge Upholds Arpaio Pardon, A Surprising Delivery and a Deadly Day for American Troops in Niger

Daily Brief 10/04/2017: GOP Passes Children’s Health Plan, Hoax Terror Attack and a Finalized Disaster Relief Funding Proposal

U.S. News:  GOP Set to Pass Children’s Healthcare Legislation This Week- House and Senate Republicans have put forth legislation to continue funding for a widely popular healthcare plan for almost 9 million low-income children for the next five years. The proposal that is set to be taken up by the House’s Energy and Commerce Committee as early as today, and is also expected to be … Continue reading Daily Brief 10/04/2017: GOP Passes Children’s Health Plan, Hoax Terror Attack and a Finalized Disaster Relief Funding Proposal

Daily Brief 10/03/2017: Trump to Visit Puerto Rico, Terror Trial Starts in New York and Russian Company Gives North Korea Another Internet Connection

U.S. News: President Trump Set to Visit Puerto Rico Today- In his first visit to Puerto Rico to view the devastation left behind by Hurricane Maria and check on the federal response to the disaster, President Trump will spend “significant time” meeting with U.S. and Puerto Rican officials and leaders today to discuss the progress being made in recovery efforts on the island. The President, … Continue reading Daily Brief 10/03/2017: Trump to Visit Puerto Rico, Terror Trial Starts in New York and Russian Company Gives North Korea Another Internet Connection

Daily Brief 10/2/2017: Horror in Las Vegas, Missing U.S. Navy Pilots, and a Drone Strike in Syria

  U.S. News: Deadly Shooting in Las Vegas leaves over 50 Dead, Worst in U.S. History- At least 50 people were killed in Sunday’s horrific shooting, making it the deadliest mass-shooting incident in America’s history. 64-year old Stephan Paddock is the man authorities have said opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, during the Route 91 Country Music … Continue reading Daily Brief 10/2/2017: Horror in Las Vegas, Missing U.S. Navy Pilots, and a Drone Strike in Syria

Daily Briefs 09/29/2017: Scalise Returns to Work, Trump Makes Huge Donation to Storm Relief Efforts and International Action Against Kurdistan

U.S. News: Rep. Steve Scalise Returns to Capitol Hill- House majority whip, Steve Scalise, who was shot in June by left-wing terrorist and Bernie Sander’s supporter James Hodgkinson, returned to his work as a U.S. Representative on Thursday amid a huge round of applause from his fellow lawmakers. “I’m back.” He tweeted after arriving at the Capitol. Scalise, who doctors had initially said wouldn’t survive … Continue reading Daily Briefs 09/29/2017: Scalise Returns to Work, Trump Makes Huge Donation to Storm Relief Efforts and International Action Against Kurdistan

Daily Brief 09/28/2017: American Icon Dead, Possible Executive Action on Healthcare, and a Major Explosion in Europe

U.S. News Founder of ‘Playboy’ Dead at 91- The American icon and legend, Hugh Hefner, who founded the hugely successful adult entertainment magazine ‘Playboy’ has died at the age of 91. Hefner started the publication with a $10,000 loan from family and friends, using furniture as collateral, in 1953 featuring Marilyn Monroe in the first circulation which sold over 50,000 copies. Mr. Hefner died of … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/28/2017: American Icon Dead, Possible Executive Action on Healthcare, and a Major Explosion in Europe

Daily Brief 09/27/2017: Tax Reform, Saudi Women Driving, and EU Reforms

U.S. News President Trump to Present Tax Plan in Indianapolis Today- President Trump heads to the heartland today in order to give a speech outlining his plan to drastically reform the tax code and simplify the individual tax income brackets. Indianapolis was chosen as the location of the tax speech because the city in within the district represented by Democratic Senator, Joe Donnelly, who is … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/27/2017: Tax Reform, Saudi Women Driving, and EU Reforms

Daily Brief 09/26/2017: More North Korean Threats, Hurricane Relief, and a Surprise Election in Japan

U.S. News: Hurricane Relief on the Way- The U.S. Defense Department has reaffirmed its commitment to working around the clock until all needed resources are provided to the devastated U.S. territories of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Humanitarian assistance is continuing to pour in and initial assessments have put the entire island without power for up to 4-6 months. The death toll continues … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/26/2017: More North Korean Threats, Hurricane Relief, and a Surprise Election in Japan

Daily Brief 09/25/2017: Volcanoes, Insurance and Protests to Start the Week

U.S. News: Healthcare Vote Expected This Week– With numerous GOP lawmakers voicing their concern over the ‘Graham-Cassidy’ bill, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he plans to hold a vote in the Senate this week. GOP Senators including Ted Cruz of Texas, Rand Paul of Kentucky, John McCain of Arizona, and Susan Collins of Maine have all said that they are either definite ‘no’ … Continue reading Daily Brief 09/25/2017: Volcanoes, Insurance and Protests to Start the Week