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Nunes Stands Firm: Won't Recuse Self From Russia-Trump Probe After WH Visit
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) all but denied the possibility of recusing himself from his committee's investigation into accusations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Confronted by an ABC reporter upon entering one of the House Office Buildings, Nunes said the press continues to ask him the same questions "over and over." "I still don't know why [the press asks about recusal]," Nunes said. "Give me a reason to recuse myself and I might consider it." Fox News

Funding Sanctuary Cites May Be The Definition Of Insanity
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said on Tuesday he agrees with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that the federal government should not fund cities that harbor illegal immigrants. “The idea that the federal government should fund belligerent resistance to federal government policies is maybe the definition of insanity,” he told the FOX Business Network’s Neil Cavuto. “It’s totally reasonable to say, ‘If you are going to disrupt our ability to enforce the immigration laws, we are not going to fund you, we are not going to send you some of the $4 billion in aid that comes from the federal government.’” Fox News
VOA VIEW: Now, walk the walk - talking is over.

Congress Just Killed Your Internet Privacy Protections
The future of online privacy is now in President Trump's hands. The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal Internet privacy protections that were approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the final days of the Obama administration. The Senate voted along party lines to undo the rules last week. The resolution now goes to Trump's desk. The White House said Tuesday it "strongly supports" the repeal. The rules, which had not yet gone into effect, would have required Internet service providers to get your permission before collecting and sharing your data. The providers have data on your web browsing history, app usage and geo-location. Providers would also have been required to notify customers about the types of information collected and shared. CNN

Nunes: House Intel Committee Invites Comey To Testify
House Intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes said Tuesday he has invited FBI Director James Comey to testify again before House investigators. Nunes did not say when he expected Comey to testify, only that he had extended the formal invitation. Nunes originally planned to have Comey and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers testify in private Tuesday, but he canceled the meeting Monday. Comey's second round of testimony touched off a partisan fight among House investigators into Russia's meddling in the US election, with Democrats saying they were angry Nunes canceled a public hearing with former intelligence officials, including former acting Attorney General Sally Yates. CNN


Trump Signs Executive Order Rolling Back Obama Environmental Regulations
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on energy Tuesday at the Environmental Protection Agency, undoing “a number” of Obama administration environmental regulations. “Perhaps no single regulation threatens our miners, energy workers, and companies more than this crushing attack on American industry,” Trump said as he signed the executive order. The order rescinds the Clean Power Plan and lifts a moratorium on new coal leases on federal lands, which the Obama administration had enacted in January 2016. The Obama administration argued at the time that the program needed to be modernized to address climate change. CNS

Ryan: No Timeline On Obamacare Repeal, ‘Because We Want To Get It Right’
Republican leaders told a Tuesday morning news conference that their resolve to repeal and replace Obamacare has never been stronger. But House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) would not set a deadline for the next attempt: “I won’t tell you the timeline, because we want to get it right,” Ryan said, following a meeting with the Republican conference. “We had a very constructive meeting with our members. Some of those who were in the ‘no’ camp expressed a willingness to work on getting to yes and to making this work. CNS
VOA VIEW: Time will tell.

North Carolina Close To Losing NCAA Events Over Bathroom Law
The NCAA will deny North Carolina lucrative hosting duties for college sports championship events through 2022 if the state does not change a law that restricts bathroom access for transgender people by Thursday, a local sports official said on Tuesday. Scott Dupree, executive director for the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance, said in a statement on Twitter that a "contact very close to the NCAA" had confirmed the impending deadline for a fix of the law commonly known as House Bill 2. "If HB 2 has not been resolved by that time, the NCAA will have no choice but to move forward without the North Carolina bids," Dupree said. Reuters
VOA VIEW: The law cannot be high jacked.

Trump Applauds Ford's Previous Planned Investment In Michigan Plants
Ford Motor Co on Tuesday said it would invest $1.2 billion in three Michigan facilities and create 130 jobs in projects largely in line with a previous agreement with the United Auto Workers union, hours after U.S. President Donald Trump touted a "major investment" by the automaker on Twitter. In January, Ford scrapped plans to build a $1.6 billion car factory in Mexico and instead added 700 jobs in Michigan following Trumps criticism that centered on trade and investing in America. Ford said on Tuesday it would spend $850 million on a planned upgrade of a plant in Wayne, Michigan, for the Ford Bronco, an SUV model, and the Ford Ranger - a mid-size pickup truck. The company will also invest $150 million and create 130 or retain jobs at an engine plant in Romeo. Reuters


Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez has launched a major overhaul of the party's organization, which has been stung by recent crises — and the DNC has requested resignation letters from all current staffers. Party staff routinely see major turnover with a new boss and they had been alerted to expect such a move. However, the mass resignation letters will give Perez a chance to completely remake the DNC's headquarters from scratch. Staffing had already reached unusual lows following a round of post-election layoffs in December. MSNBC
VOA VIEW: The DNC is going backwards.

‘Stop Shaking Your Head’: Sean Spicer Lashes Out At Reporter April Ryan
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer snapped at a female reporter on Tuesday over a question about the administration's image, telling the veteran White House correspondent to "stop shaking your head" — a snide comment that drew rebuke from several prominent women journalists. Spicer got into a heated exchange with American Urban Radio Networks' correspondent April Ryan at the White House press briefing after the reporter asked how President Donald Trump's administration would work to repair its image. MSNBC
VOA VIEW: Liberals will be liberals - fools.

Trump Administration Nixes Sexual Orientation Questions On 2020 Census
The Trump administration canceled plans to probe Americans for their sexual orientation in the 2020 Census, nixing efforts by congressional Democrats who’d wanted a better picture of the country’s increasingly complex family and sexual dynamics. Gay-rights advocates had been pressing for the questions, saying it was time the country got an official count. hey appeared to have won a victory Tuesday morning, when the Census Bureau released its list of proposed subjects for 2020, and said “sexual orientation and gender identity” were new additions. But hours later the Census released an updated list striking the sexual orientation proposal. Washington Times

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How To Deal With Muslim Brotherhood Triggers Trump White House Infighting
President Trump has — for the time being — put on the back burner an executive order designating the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, according to U.S. officials close to a heated debate inside the administration over the status of the global Islamist movement. While the White House has declined to comment publicly, officials speaking on condition of anonymity say the administration backed down from a plan to designate the Brotherhood last month after an internal State Department memo advised against it because of the movement’s loose-knit structure and far-flung political ties across the Middle East. Washington Times

Petition: Move Melania Trump To White House, Or She Can Foot Security Bill
More than 108,000 people have signed a petition urging First Lady Melania Trump to move to the White House or pay for security costs at Trump Tower herself. The Change.org petition was started after a senior White House aide indicated the president’s wife and son, Barron, will remain in New York until the school year ends. It’ll be delivered to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren if at least 150,000 people sign. “The U.S. taxpayer is paying an exorbitant amount of money to protect the First Lady in Trump Tower, located in New York City,” the petition reads. “As to help relieve the national debt, this expense yields no positive results for the nation and should be cut from being funded.” CBS
VOA VIEW: Petty!

Renowned Climate Scientist Worries About Intimidation, Lack Of Govt. Funding
Climate scientist Ben Santer has long believed that with temperatures rising and glaciers melting, climate change denial would melt away. “Boy how naive were we,” he said. Now he’s faced with a new president raising old doubts that climate change is a hoax. “Imagine you spend your entire life trying to do one thing … and then someone comes along and says everything you’ve done is a hoax or a conspiracy … or is worthless. What do you do with that?” Santer said. In the 1990’s, Santer became one of the first scientists to analyze all the climate data and reach what at the time was a startling conclusion: “The balance of evidence suggests a discernible human influence on global climate. And like it or not, I was the guy who carried the can for that finding,” he said. Santer wrote an open letter to then-President elect Trump, urging him not to listen to “ignorant voices.” He says scientists have proven again and again that arguments made by climate change deniers are wrong. CBS


Trump Admin Wanted To Curtail Former AG's Russia Testimony, Lawyer Alleges
The Republican chair of the House Intelligence Committee postponed a hearing featuring former acting Attorney General Sally Yates after her lawyer advised the Trump administration that she was planning to testify about internal discussions about Donald Trump's former national security adviser, Mike Flynn, and his communications with a Russian diplomat, ABC News has learned. Any claim that those internal discussions are still confidential "has been waived as a result of the multiple public comments of current senior White House officials," David O'Neil, an attorney for Yates, wrote in a letter to the White House on Friday — the same day that Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., announced that his committee, which has been investigating Russian meddling in last year's presidential election, would no longer hear planned testimony this week from Yates, former CIA Director John Brennan or former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. ABC

Trump Said To Meet With Cohn On Thursday To Discuss Tax Overhaul
President Donald Trump will be briefed Thursday on various ways to implement comprehensive tax code changes, as the White House shifts focus after the failed attempt to replace Obamacare. Trump will be presented with possible options by a group of administration officials including Gary Cohn, head of the National Economic Council, according to three people familiar with the meeting who asked not to be identified because the details are private. One of the proposals that will be presented is the border-adjusted tax, a centerpiece of the plan favored by House Speaker Paul Ryan. That provision would replace the 35 percent corporate income tax with a 20 percent levy on companies’ domestic sales and imported goods. Exports would be exempted. Bloomberg

Newest Texas Refineries Plan To Turn Shale Into Fuel For Mexico
The newest oil refineries in Texas are looking to join the hottest two plays in the North American oil industry. Raven Petroleum LLC and MMEX Resources Inc. are building refineries in the Eagle Ford and Permian Basin that will process ample local supplies of light crude into gasoline and diesel. The fuel will be shipped on existing rail lines across the border to Mexico, where the government has opened the market to foreign competition, attracting companies including BP Plc and Glencore Plc. Bloomberg

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Trump Declares Major Disaster For Nevada Flood Victims
President Donald Trump has declared a major disaster across much of northern Nevada trying to recover from a severe winter full of floods and mudslides. The White House said in a statement Tuesday the declaration will make federal disaster assistance available to Washoe and Douglas counties around Reno and Carson City, as well as north-central Nevada's Humboldt County and Elko County stretching to the Utah line. The declaration includes reservation lands of the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, and the South Fork Band of Te-Moak Tribe of Western Shoshone in Elko County. Federal funding also will be available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures statewide. Las Vegas Sun

Trump: ‘Apprentice’ Contestant Can’t Sue While I’m President
Republican President Donald Trump's lawyers say he's immune while president from defamation claims brought by a former contestant on his reality TV show "The Apprentice" who accused him of unwanted sexual contact. The lawyers said in a state Supreme Court filing Monday they'll formally ask for a dismissal or a suspension of the January claims by Summer Zervos until he leaves office. They said the Constitution immunizes Trump from being sued in state court while president. The lawyers said their position is supported by a long line of U.S. Supreme Court cases requiring courts to show deference to the president and his schedule. Zervos was a contestant on Trump's reality show in 2006. She sued after Trump dismissed as "fabricated and made-up charges" her claims at a news conference that he made unwanted sexual contact with her at a Beverly Hills hotel in 2007. Las Vegas Sun
VOA VIEW: Publicity fools.

Trump Breaks 107-Year-Old Opening Day First Pitch Presidential Tradition
President Donald Trump will not participate in the longstanding tradition of presidents throwing out a ceremonial first pitch at Washington Opening Day games due to a scheduling conflict. Trump, who was inaugurated on Jan. 20, was extended an invitation by the Nationals but declined, a team spokesman told ESPN. Washington opens its season on Monday against the Miami Marlins. UPI News

Watchdog Will Probe Trump's Mar-A-Lago Travel Spending
The Government Accountability Office watchdog has agreed to review the costs and security precautions related to President Donald Trump's travel and visits to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla. The GAO's announcement comes after a request for an investigation from leading congressional Democrats. Since the inauguration, Trump has spent 17 days of his 67 days in office either at Mar-a-Lago or flying up to Washington, D.C, and down to Florida five separate times on Air Force One, The Washington Post reported. UPI

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No event has been formally planned, and additional sources from both Israel and the US denied that a summit was the purpose of a recent flurry of American diplomatic activity in the region. Members of the Trump administration are exploring whether to host a landmark conference over the summer that would bring Gulf Arab leaders, the Palestinian Authority president and Israel’s prime minister onto the same stage for the first time, sources tell The Jerusalem Post. US officials are quietly gauging interest in the event, according to the Israeli sources, who requested anonymity in order to respect their relationships with the new administration. Jerusalem Post

The threat of Hezbollah rockets targeting offshore natural gas platforms has prompted the Israeli Navy to add an extra Iron Dome launcher to Sa'ar 6 missile ships that are currently being manufactured for Israel in Germany, Defense News reported on Monday. Defense News quoted a senior Israeli naval officer as saying that Hezbollah's arsenal of Grad rockets and longer-range projectiles prompted the change in design. The four ships being manufactured in Germany were each originally slated to contain a single Iron Dome launcher. Jerusalem Post

Mosul Battle: US 'May Be Responsible' For Civilian Deaths
A US army general has said coalition forces "probably" played a role in the 17 March air strike on west Mosul which may have killed more than 100 people
Lt Gen Stephen Townsend said the US had carried out air strikes in that part of Iraq on that day. He said there was "at least a fair chance" the US was responsible, in "an unintentional accident of war." But he said it was also possible that so-called Islamic State (IS) had rigged the building with explosives. A house in Mosul's western Jadida district was reportedly hit by an air strike targeting IS snipers and equipment. BBC

Three Teenage Burglars Shot Dead In US
Three teenagers who broke into a home in Oklahoma were killed by the homeowner's son firing an assault-style AR-15, say police. "They were dressed in black, all had masks on, and all had gloves on," Deputy Nick Mahoney told reporters. The intruders - who police say were armed with brass knuckles and a knife - were shot by a 23-year-old man in an act of "self-defence", officers said. The son may not face charges due to so-called stand your ground laws. "This may be a case of 'stand-your-ground,' however, it's still too early to say for sure, and we're still looking into all aspects of this," Mr Mahoney told local media. BBC

Senate Republicans Pour Cold Water On Talk Of Reviving Healthcare Bill
Senate Republicans and the White House sounded ready to abandon efforts to repeal and replace the nation’s healthcare law, at least for now, even as House Republicans insisted on Tuesday they were not ready to give up on their years-long quest. The intra-party dispute came in the wake of last Friday’s collapse of healthcare legislation in the House, a GOP humiliation at the climactic moment of seven years of promises to get rid of Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, made his views clear after a closed-door lunch with fellow Senate Republicans and Vice-President Mike Pence. Guardian

Airline Association Head: US And UK Electronics Bans Are Not Sustainable
British and US bans on laptops and tablet computers in flight cabins are not sustainable in the long term, the head of the association representing airlines said Tuesday.
“The current measures are not acceptable as a long-term solution to whatever threat they are trying to mitigate,” said Alexandre de Juniac, director general of the International Air Transport Association. “Even in the short term, it is difficult to understand their effectiveness. And the commercial distortions they create are severe,” he said in a speech in Montreal. “We call on governments to work with the industry to find a way to keep flying secure without separating passengers from their personal electronics.” Guardian

Donald Trump's Border Wall Faces Battle In Congress As White House Unveils Plan For $18 Billion Cuts In Medical Research And Infrastructure To Pay For It
President Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of $18 billion from programmes like medical research, infrastructure and community grants so US taxpayers, not Mexico, can cover the down payment on the border wall. The White House documents were submitted to Congress amid negotiations over a catchall spending bill that would avert a partial government shutdown at the end of next month. The package would wrap up $1.1 trillion in unfinished spending bills and address the Trump administration's request for an immediate $30 billion in additional Pentagon spending. Telegraph

Hamas Launches Manhunt In Gaza For 'Israeli Assassins Who Gunned Down One Of Its Leaders'
Hamas has launched a manhunt in the Gaza Strip following the mysterious killing of one its military commanders, which the group says was carried out by Israeli assassins. The lslamist militant organisation has placed the isolated Mediterranean enclave of Gaza on lock down as it hunts for the killers of Mazen Faqha, a Hamas leader who was shot dead on Friday. Telegraph

Around 22 Million Children Could Soon Starve Without Urgent Aid
Millions of children are on the brink of starvation in the worst humanitarian crisis in decades, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) today warned, urgently calling for nearly $255 million to respond to immediate needs in northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. “Time is running out,” UNICEF said, noting the threat from famine, drought and war. Some 22 million children are hungry, sick, displaced and out of school in the four countries, according to the UN agency. Nearly 1.4 million are at imminent risk of death this year from severe malnutrition. UN News

Protecting Human Rights Essential In Promoting Sustainable Supply Chains
The only way to achieve socially sustainable supply chains is if human rights are protected and respected, a group of UN experts said today in an open letter addressed to G20 leaders currently meeting in Geneva. Despite contributing positively to social and economic development worldwide, links between global supply chains and negative human rights impacts persist, the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights said. UN News

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