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The Trump administration says Russia penetrated at least one power plant's control software. And yet, President Trump has passed up opportunities to call out Russia's actions.
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Last night, Congress passed the 2,232 page, $1.3 trillion Omnibus spending bill. They had less than 30 hours to read it.

So we have just one question for you:

The moves come in response to news reports about a 2016 Trump campaign data analytics firm inappropriately grabbing Facebook user data.

What does it say when the White House would rather use email hosted in Switzerland than be open to records requests? What are they hiding?

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"Something suspicious is going on if there’s long laws.”

The short answer is that it'll be better than ours.

"...cities will act where Congress has failed."

Cincinnati City Council says a local ban on bump stocks would not violate an Ohio law barring local laws for firearms and firearm components because the rapid-fire attachment is not a "component."

Xcel continues to come up short in comparison to co-ops like Connexus.

Off-peak charging programs for electric vehicles can provide a discount for utility customers to charge their vehicles when electricity is abundant or demand for it is low, or both. So why would a utility propose a program that offers customers no benefit to charge?
The letter comes after President Donald Trump seemingly dropped proposals to raise the minimum age to buy a semi-automatic rifle.
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Don't tap Social Security for anything other than its original intent. Period.

We need to elect more engineers and fewer lawyers.

It's the Internet's fault, we're told. Brexiters and Remainers, Republicans and Democrats -- every side of every political dispute now lives in its own..

Vets agree: Not how you make America great again.

More than 51,000 Military Times readers have expressed their views on President Donald Trump's parade request.