Trump's decision to meet with Kim three times -- in Singapore, Vietnam and the Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea -- will certainly be among the most notable foreign policy legacies of his presidency. Their meetings and letters exchanged between them followed a period of significant tensions in 2017 when Pyongyang launched a series of provocative missile tests and Trump responded by taunting Kim on Twitter. … [Read more...] about ‘A magical force’: New Trump-Kim letters provide window into their ‘special friendship’
“Congress now has the opportunity to strengthen our nation’s cybersecurity defenses before a catastrophic attack strikes our people," the commission wrote. "We urge you to do so by enacting bipartisan cybersecurity legislation this year.” … [Read more...] about 9/11 Commission warns: ‘Pattern seems to be repeating itself’
“I didn’t feel like I was electioneering or anything like that. I was just coming in to vote. I don’t even know if there were any other voters there,” he said, according to the newspaper. “When asked to take it off, I was so surprised, but I did it.” … [Read more...] about Man warned for wearing MAGA hat when voting in Georgia
Bovis and his attorney did not immediately return requests for comment. Citing trademarks he filed in 2009 for the Lefty O’Doul’s restaurant and bar name, as well as a host of other products, including hot dogs and Bloody Mary mix, Bovis last week asserted his own ownership of the bar. … [Read more...] about Lefty O’Doul’s dispute lands in court
For the better part of his esteemed career, Alex Kozinski, one of the top appellate judges in the nation, has been his own public-relations machine, fielding press inquiries and interviews with journalists, unlike any of his peers in the federal judiciary, who never talk to the press. But when the Los Angeles Times reached the longtime Ronald Reagan appointee this past week for comment on allegations in another paper that he’d been sexually improper with at least six women who had worked with him, Kozinski’s nonchalance with reporters may have gotten the best of him. “If this is all they are able to dredge up after 35 years, I am not too worried,” he told the Times. … [Read more...] about Is the Judiciary Ready to Handle Harassment Charges?