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California Gov. Gavin Newsom publicly endorsed Sen. Kamala Harris for president on Friday, calling her a "fearless fighter" and "a voice for the voiceless and vulnerable."
President Donald J. Trump tweeted his condolences Friday after a shooting in Aurora, Illinois left five people dead and five police officers injured.
Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman had a message Friday for officers and medics who responded to today's deadly shooting: "Thank you."
New York Attorney General Letitia James indicated on Friday she plans to take legal action against President Trump's national emergency declaration, calling it an "abuse of power."
Here’s a look at where the president wants to draw some of the money for the border wall from, according to White House sources: About $600 million will come from the Treasury Department’s drug forefeiture fund. White House sources told FOX Business that these funds are viewed as easily accessible over the near term. Another $2.5 billion will be drawn from the Defense Department’s drug interdiction program – which is also viewed as a resource that can be tapped imminently. The president plans to pluck $3.5 billion from the Department of Defense’s military construction budget.
Despite the recent prominence of socialistic ideas and policy proposals, 57 percent of Americans hold a favorable opinion of capitalism — more than twice the number who feel the same about socialism, according to a recent Fox News poll.
President Donald J. Trump said on Friday that trade talks with China are going "extremely well," adding that he would be honored to remove the China tariffs if a deal is reached.
Colin Kaepernick wanted reportedly $20M or more to consider playing with the Aliance of American Football, which opened with its first set of games last weekend. AAF players earn $225,000 to $250,000 over three years in the alliance.
President Trump will take dramatic actions to fund his long-promised border wall and declare a national emergency, which will enable his administration to move $8 billion from various federal agencies to fund the project, a senior administration official told Fox News late Thursday.
Sen. Cory Booker on Thursday slammed the idea of President Trump declaring a national emergency in order to acquire additional funding for a border wall, saying such a decision would be "a dangerous misuse of presidential power."
Americans are more optimistic about the strength of the U.S. economy now as compared to two years ago, according to a recent Fox News poll.