As the longtime Israeli leader seeks a fifth term in elections next month, the similarities between the two polarizing figures — both under investigation for possible wrongdoing in what each has labeled a “witch hunt” — are being thrown into ever starker relief.
Some Mascogos are considering coming back to the nation that enslaved their forebears. Their relationship with the United States is fraught, but their reason for returning — both legally and illegally — is not unique: They’re looking for work.
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Authorities say the suspect was on his way to attack another target when he was apprehended. They did not disclose the target but a manifesto the alleged shooter posted online had made reference to another mosque.
The Trump administration maintains that the requests are too expansive or infringe on presidential privilege. But Democrats say the White House is preventing them from carrying out their oversight duty.
Experts say the case is doomed to fail. But at least one of those people believes Nunes could be laying the groundwork for the Supreme Court to reconsider defamation of public officials and overturn a statute passed by Congress.