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Trump Inaugural Committee Subpoenaed

Federal prosecutors in New York Monday issued a subpoena to President Trump’s inaugural committee, a spokesperson for the committee confirmed to Fox News, a move that threatened to open another front against an administration dogged by investigations.
“We have just received a subpoena for documents,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “While we are still reviewing the subpoena, it is our intention to cooperate with the inquiry.”

New gun-control recommendations due ‘in the coming weeks,’ minister says

Federal minister Bill Blair says his ideas for new gun-control rules might come within weeks.

Since August, Blair been working on ways to get handguns and assault rifles off Canada’s streets, with measures that might include anything from restrictions on sales to crackdowns on smuggling.

LILLEY: Leave ISIS fighters overseas

When Canadians heard Abu Huzaifa al-Kanadi describe how he killed and executed people on a New York Times podcast, they were outraged.

Why was this man from the Toronto area not behind bars?

Couldn’t police and other government officials hear him plainly say that he joined ISIS and killed for the terrorist group?

Joy Behar Wore Blackface

Joy Behar, the anti-President Trump commentator on ABC’s “The View,” wore blackface at the age of 29 to a Halloween party.

“It was a Halloween party, I went as a beautiful African woman,” Behar said in a past View segment in which she revealed the photo of herself.

Omar Khadr trying new way to get out from under ‘indefinite’ sentence and bail

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is asking Alberta youth court to order his release and declare his eight-year sentence — imposed by a widely maligned military commission in the United States — to have expired.

In a separate application before Federal Court, Khadr is attempting to force national parole authorities to grant him a hearing at which he would argue for release.