40431EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL
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EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL
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"LA SENSACIÓN DE CUMPLIR CON EL MÁS SAGRADO DE LOS DEBERES,
LUCHAR CONTRA EL IMPERIALISMO DONDEQUIERA QUE ESTÉ"
By Ben Kamisar and Lisa Hagen
New support for embattled Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore from President Trump and the Republican National Committee (RNC) could mean trouble for GOP candidates across the country in 2018.
Democrats are already targeting top GOP nominees in pivotal Senate battles about Moore, questioning whether they stand by the RNC’s decision to back Moore financially after allegations that he pursued teenage girls decades ago, when he was in his 30s.
By Alexis Simendinger
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore is welcoming support from President Trump and the national party in the final days of his campaign against Democrat Doug Jones.
By Jordan Fabian
President Trump will announce the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but will sign a waiver delaying the relocation of the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to there, senior administration officials said Tuesday.
By Niall Stanage
President Trump will roll the dice in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians on Wednesday, breaking with historical precedent by recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
By Melanie Zanona, Scott Wong and Cristina Marcos
House GOP leaders’ strategy to avert a government shutdown was thrown into uncertainty Tuesday amid growing demands from conservative hard-liners and defense hawks.
By Alexander Bolton
The year-end immigration debate is splitting both parties as lawmakers eyeing campaigns in 2018 and 2020 are trying to push the discussion in different directions.
By Mallory Shelbourne and Mike Lillis
Facing a surge of pressure from his fellow Democrats, Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) stepped down from Congress on Tuesday over mounting allegations of sexual harassment, marking an extraordinary fall for the longest-serving member.
By Morgan Chalfant
Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) is pressing fiercely ahead with his committee’s investigation into Kaspersky Lab, over what he described as “red flags” surrounding the cybersecurity firm at the center of allegations that Russia sought to steal U.S. secrets.
By Megan R. Wilson
Employee satisfaction across the government improved by an average of 2.1 points in 2017 in the months after President Trump took office, compared to the same time last year, according to a new survey of federal workers.
By Lydia Wheeler
The Supreme Court wrestled Tuesday with whether the First Amendment protects a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
By Alan M. Dershowitz
OPINION | Our Constitutional system of separation of power and checks and balances provides that the members of each branch of government be protected from legal consequences for performing their constitutionally mandated functions.
By Cody Wofsy
OPINION | The Supreme Court issued an order on Dec. 4 allowing the Trump administration to temporarily move ahead with the latest version of a ban on Muslim-majority countries as legal challenges proceed in the lower courts. Implementation of the ban — the president’s third attempt to make good on his promise of a Muslim ban — is devastating for Muslim families and communities around the country.
By Jeremy W. Peters
At a rally in Alabama, Stephen K. Bannon presented Roy S. Moore, a Senate candidate facing accusations of child molestation, as a man who won’t give into the G.O.P. mainstream.
By David Morgan
Republicans in U.S. House of Representatives began staking out their positions on final tax legislation on Tuesday, days ahead of talks with the Senate to shape the tax package lawmakers hope to send to President Donald Trump by year end.
By Richard Rubin and Siobhan Hughes
Deduction was repealed by Senate and House in the bills they passed; income taxes are bigger issue in California than property taxes.
By Karoun Demirjian
Rep. Devin Nunes is planning on filing the contempt resolution “as quickly as possible,” complaining that top law enforcement officials withheld information he subpoenaed from the committee.
By Gene Johnson
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