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Hope Hicks Will Resign as Communications Director for the White House

Hope Hicks Will Resign as Communications Director for the White House

It has been confirmed by The New York Times and CBS News that Hope Hicks, White House communications director, will be resigning. Since the beginning of Trump’s presidential campaign, Hicks has been a central part of the president’s camp. She has served closely as an advisor to the president in the White House. Her close […]

Dick’s Sporting Goods Stores Changes Gun Policies

Dick’s Sporting Goods Stores Changes Gun Policies

Dick’s Sporting Goods announced, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018, that is will be enforcing stricter restrictions on gun sales. The sporting good store will also discontinue its sale of assault-style guns. Edward Stack, the CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods said, “thoughts and prayers are not enough.” The sporting goods chain of more than 600 stores will […]

Microsoft Fights for Customers’ Privacy in the U.S. Supreme Court

Microsoft Fights for Customers’ Privacy in the U.S. Supreme Court

On Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court will take on the argument between the federal government and Microsoft over the privacy of its customers’ information. The issue? Can Microsoft be forced to turn over emails stored on servers overseas? Privacy advocates believe that if the federal government wins it would cause a problem. […]

Companies Challenged to Boycott NRA on Twitter

Companies Challenged to Boycott NRA on Twitter

On Friday, Feb. 23, the top trend on Twitter was the call to boycott the National Rifle Association (NRA). Leaders for the gun lobbyist group fueled the fire when they accused the media and Democrats of politicizing the massacre that took place at the Marjory Stoneman High School in Florida. A Twitter user, with a […]

Democrats Release Rebuttal to GOP Memo

Democrats Release Rebuttal to GOP Memo

Late Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, the Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released a recently declassified memo. The 10-page memo was a rebuttal to the Republican accusations that federal officials abused the process for obtaining warrants in order to place a wiretap on Carter Page. He was a campaign aide to Donald Trump. Page reportedly […]

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