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Trump Foreign Profits in Violation of Constitution, Suit Claims
Two days after staff at Donald Trump’s Washington hotel dropped balloons and popped champagne corks to salute his inauguration, America’s first billionaire President was put on notice – he is being sued because of profits that the hotel and other businesses earn from foreign governments. “The
How Donald Trump May Violate the Constitution the Second He's Sworn In
President-elect Donald Trump may be handing over the reins of his global real estate empire to his sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, and a longtime business executive, but he still risks violating the U.S. Constitution, some experts have warned. Sheri Dillon, a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the law
The Note: Inauguration Look-Ahead
NOTABLES --TRUMP INAUGURAL REPRISES CAMPAIGN SLOGAN IN ATTEMPT TO UNIFY COUNTRY: Donald Trump is reprising the slogan of his historic presidential campaign as the official theme of a five-day inaugural celebration in the nation's capital next month, ABC News has learned. The Trump inaugural
Donald Trump on His Double-Digit Lead Against Ted Cruz
The Republican presidential front-runner speaks live with "GMA" on the upcoming Iowa caucus.
Donald Trump: Cruz's 'Big Shot' At New Yorkers is Personal
Trump says "there's no way" Ted Cruz can answer questions on his citizenship.
Towns Consider Mandatory Gun Ownership in Homes
Should every homeowner in America be required to own a firearm? A few towns across the country have considered measures to determine just that. On Monday night, voters in the small town of Byron, Maine, home to about 150 people, struck down a proposal that...
Of Contradictions And Compromise (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA WON’T BALANCE BUDGET ‘JUST FOR THE SAKE OF BALANCE’: President Obama sat down with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos for an exclusive interview yesterday and rejected calls to balance the federal budget in the next ten years, instead arguing that ...
Changes in the Constitution That Experts Would Like to Make
The Constitution has held the United States government together for more than 200 years with remarkably few changes – there have been only 27 ratified amendments in part because it is such a difficult process. That's the whole point, and that's why there haven't been any additions since 1992, well
John Roberts: With 'ObamaCare,' the Supreme Court's New Swing Vote?
When Glenn Beck starts telling T-shirts calling you a coward, you're no longer the hero of the right sitting on the highest bench in the land. Such is the fate of one John G. Roberts Jr ., the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, appointed by George W. Bush, who once was conservatives' white knight.