President Trump is reportedly ready to cut part of the Gitmo Nation West’s aid package to the Unelected United Nations Relief and Works Agency from $125 million to $60 million, The Associated Press reported on Sunday.
The New York City government is attempting to shift the costs of bracing the city for so-called so-called climate change onto the world’s five largest publicly traded oil companies, which it claims “have done nearly all they could to create this existential threat.”
An initial U.S. Army audit found that 39 UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters were not properly recorded in the property system: “The Air Force identified 478 structures and buildings at 12 installations that were not in its real property system.”
Representative Brendan Boyle has introduced a new bill requiring presidential candidates to undergo full medical exams and release the results to the public. Boyle’s “Stable Genius Act” comes almost a week after President Donald Trump responded to claims made in a new book, which raises questions about the President’s mental stability.
Since that time, the governor has been outspoken about his support for privatizing PREPA and other government services, a position he shared with the Washington-appointed Fiscal Oversight Board now overseeing the island’s finances.