A new report released Tuesday says Columbia University was founded partly with slave traders’ money, counted slaveholders among its early leaders and let at least one prominent student bring a slave with him at college. Columbia is one of the latest elite U.S. universities to confront its historical ties to slavery in recent years. The […]
The Trump administration has instituted a media blackout for the Environmental Protection Agency, banning press releases and social media posts on official agency accounts, a well-placed source told Fox News on Tuesday. “Not the most inspiring time at EPA right now but we’re fighters,” the EPA staffer, who would only speak on condition of anonymity […]
President Trump today is expected to order the construction of his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexican border and take other actions on immigration, a main cornerstone of his presidential campaign. Trump is planning a visit to the Department of Homeland Security, where he will roll out executive actions on immigration. Staying true to form, Trump […]
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President Trump on Monday at the White House. On Tuesday night, he posted a message on Twitter that said he would “send in the Feds” if Chicago did not work to quell violence there. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. President Trump threatened …
Trump to Chicago: 'Fix' Violent Crime or I'll 'Send in the Feds'NBCNews.com
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A Chicago man was sentenced to nine months Tuesday for hacking the accounts of 30 celebrities and stealing their personal data, including nude photos and videos.