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Consumer Corner / TV

With two major hurricanes come and gone, scammers are moving into fleece the victims. Special guest host Simone Del Rosario sits down with Bart Chilton to tackle the problem. Correspondent Bianca Facchinei is tackling FEMA as she examines why so many...

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How Congress can make progress for the American people News

No significant federal legislation has become law this year. That’s remarkable given that both the US House of Representatives and Senate are controlled by Republican majorities and President Donald Trump is also a Republican. Washington DC is now Dysfunction Junction. This...

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Super soaker Harvey pumps gas prices Media mentions / OpEds

The super soaker Hurricane Harvey has inundated not only Corpus Cristi, Houston and many other cities and towns, it has wreaked havoc on energy production. What’s for sure is that gasoline prices, which have been surging, will continue to rise. That...

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Trump’s Troubled Times OpEds

The white sheet has been taken off the head of the White House and it was called out yesterday by an unlikely group: President Donald Trump’s corporate colleagues. What’s transpired is both historic and consequential for policy, politics, and national security....

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Trump at Six Months Media mentions / OpEds

Evaluating our U.S. presidents is done intermittently. Such benchmarks are the bedrock upon which we gauge the past. The first 100 days of an administration—a standard used since Franklin Roosevelt’s Administration—arrived on April 29th. President Trump said it was a “ridiculous...

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The decidedly dicey G20 Media mentions / OpEds

Arguably the most presidential periods of Donald Trump’s administration were in February when he addressed a joint session of Congress and in May on his first foreign foray when he visited Saudi Arabia and Israel, followed by Belgium for a North...

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