Two U.S. Attorneys General to Sue Over Foreign Payments to Trump Hotels

By Dan Levine June 12 – The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia plan to file a lawsuit on Monday alleging that foreign payments to President Donald Trump’s businesses violate the U.S. constitution, according to a source familiar with the situation. Trump already faces a similar lawsuit that was brought in January

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U.S. Joint Base Andrews on Lockdown After Report of Gunman on the Loose

By Ian Simpson WASHINGTON, June 30 – U.S. Joint Base Andrews near Washington was placed on lockdown because of reports of a gunman on the loose and personnel were told to shelter in place on Thursday. Joint Base Andrews is the military facility where the U.S. presidential aircraft, Air Force One, is based. President Barack

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