Charles Sykes / The Bulwark : Did We Learn Anything From Michael Avenatti? — The enemies of your enemy are not always your friends. — “Some would argue at this point that I flew too close to the sun,” says Michael Avenatti as new indictments rain down on him. “As I sit here today, yes, absolutely, I know I did. No question.
A Texas woman appeared to do everything she could to avoid a deadly confrontation — but it was not to be. Police said the homeowner near Forney in Kaufman County was awakened Thursday morning by someo ... Read more
An updated credentialing policy from the White House aims to make PIV cards interoperable across agencies and tap federal identifiers like Social Security numbers to secure digital transactions. Read more
The US Commerce Department has proposed a new rule to impose anti-subsidy duties on products from countries that Washington sees as undervaluing their currencies against the dollar to get an advantage ... Read more
The annual Latin American Studies Association (LASA) conference is being held in Boston and Cuba’s socialist Castro dictatorship was hoping to send over 200 of its so-called academics to attend. ... Read more
PBS stations around the U.S. were scheduled to show a riveting new Frontline documentary, “One Day in Gaza,” but at the last minute PBS pulled it. The film is missing important context abo ... Read more