House Opens Inquiry Into Proposed U.S. Nuclear Venture in Saudi Arabia
Do you support the probe?
by The New York Times | 2.19.19
WASHINGTON — House Democrats said on Tuesday they would begin a full-scale inquiry into White House involvement in a proposed venture to bring nuclear power facilities to Saudi Arabia, citing whistle-blower claims that administration officials disregarded warnings that potential conflicts of interest could put American security at risk.
In a 24-page report from the House Oversight and Reform Committee, the Democrats said their concerns centered around actions taken in the early weeks of the Trump administration to secure government backing for a plan to build a series of nuclear power plants across Saudi Arabia. But they said there was evidence as recently as last week that the White House was still considering the proposal.
Border at ‘Breaking Point’ as More than 76,000 Unauthorized Migrants Cross in a MonthThe number of migrant families crossing the southwest border has once again broken records, with unauthorized entries nearly
by The New York Times | 3.6.19
Thousands of Immigrant Children Said They Were Sexually Abused in U.S. Detention Centers, Report SaysThe federal government received more than 4,500 complaints in four years about the sexual abuse of immigrant children who were
by The New York Times | 2.27.19
Lyndon LaRouche, Cult Figure Who Ran for President 8 Times, Dies at 96Lyndon LaRouche, the quixotic, apocalyptic leader of a cultlike political organization who ran for president eight times, once
by The New York Times | 2.14.19