TRNS News Notes By Victoria Jones
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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) claims the President’s stance on the Keystone Pipeline is hard to nail down.
“He was initially for the Keystone Pipeline, then he was against it and we’re told today he’s for a portion of it.” (:16)
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● Reporters sue FBI for impersonation records
● Campus group can use school’s name
● Suit seeks to stop Nevada funds for religious schools
● U.S. kids grow fatter than Canadians
● Jury orders discrimination pay for coal miner
● FDA approves cholesterol drug
Flexible hybrid electronics are not a new development, but the initative will “focus on bringing these technologies down the cost curve.”
Facing December elections and a collapsing economy, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has closed the border with Colombia and ordered thousands deported.
“There are similarly shocking acts of violence that don’t get this attention that could be prevented if Congress, or at least if so many members of Congress, frankly, weren’t scared of the NRA,” Earnest said.
Earlier Friday, the White House received its 30th vote in its ongoing efforts to preserve the Iran nuclear agreement.
Ali Shukri Amin confessed to running the @Amreekiwitness Twitter account, which educated people on how to use bitcoin to covertly fund IS.
Back in 2013, a lower court’s decision ordered the NSA to stop the bulk collection of phone records, but the order was delayed while the government weighed its next move.
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