Donald Trump’s Forays Into Foreign Policy Strain Transition

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Donald Trump’s Forays Into Foreign Policy Strain Transition

Wall Street Journal
WASHINGTON—President-elect Donald Trump is upending the modern convention that the U.S. speaks with one voice on foreign affairs, plunging into some of the most sensitive national-security matters before he takes office.

Wrongful death lawsuit filed in Ghost Ship fire
OAKLAND (KRON) – A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the parents of one of the 36 victims of the Oakland Ghost Ship fire. San Francisco attorney Mary Alexander filed the first lawsuit regarding the Ghost Ship fire in Alameda County Superior Court.

Trump ‘friend’ and NY campaign co-chair says he wants Obama dead of ‘mad cow disease’ in 2017

Washington Post
Carl Paladino, a former Republican nominee for governor of New York and an adviser to president-elect Trump, included the death of President Obama and “return” of first lady Michelle Obama to Africa on his list of things he wanted for 2017.

How the Obama Coalition Crumbled, Leaving an Opening for Trump

New York Times
It is entirely possible, as many have argued, that Hillary Clinton would be the president-elect of the United States if the F.B.I.

After a Bloody Week Overseas, Feds Urge US Law Enforcement to Remain Vigilant

ABC News
Federal authorities are urging authorities around the country “to remain vigilant for indications of nefarious operational planning this holiday season” after ISIS-affiliated groups have called for attacks on churches across America and elsewhere.

President Obama signs defense bill that could spur new space-based arms race

Los Angeles Times
President Obama has signed legislation that, by striking a single word from longstanding U.S. nuclear defense policy, could heighten tensions with Russia and China and launch the country on an expensive effort to build space-based defense systems.

Jimmy Carter only ex-president confirmed for Trump inauguration

New York Daily News
Jimmy Carter, 92, is the only former president confirmed to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration, reports say. (MediaPunch). BY Dan Gunderman.

Trump writing his own White House rules

President-elect Donald Trump has said he might do away with regular press briefings and daily intelligence reports. He wants to retain private security while receiving secret service protection, even after the inauguration.

FWPD chief ‘disappointed’ in arrest video; investigation continues
FORT WORTH — City officials in Fort Worth spoke publicly Friday for the first time about a viral video causing waves throughout the community.

The Latest: Trump doesn’t want celebrities at inauguration

Washington Post  
WASHINGTON – The Latest on President-elect Donald Trump (all times local):. 9:30 p.m.. Donald Trump says he wants “the people” to attend his presidential inauguration, dismissing the “so-called ‘A’ list celebrities” who he claims are seeking tickets

Miles Teller Flips Bronco in Bad Car Accident

E! Online
UPDATE: Teller took to Twitter to let his fans know that he and his girlfriend are OK. “Me and @keleighsperry are okay. I hope the other passengers are as well.

Suspect arrested in road rage killing of Arkansas boy, 3, shopping with grandma

Chicago Tribune
This undated photo released by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office shows Gary Eugene Holmes. The U.S. Marshals Service said Holmes, accused of fatally shooting a 3-year-old boy in Little Rock, has been arrested.

Holiday weather forecast more naughty than nice for US

AOL News
Dec 23 (Reuters) – A winter storm system sweeping the Pacific Northwest on Friday is expected to unleash heavy snow, freezing rain and high winds as it moves across much of the United States over the weekend, making holiday travel treacherous, …

Trump vineyard seeks Labor Department approval to hire foreign workers

Washington Post
Federal ethics experts for former Democratic and Republican administrations warned Thursday that President-elect Donald Trump is creating a major conflict of interest by allowing his Virginia vineyard to seek special temporary visas for foreign workers.

Politics|Transition Team’s Request on Gender Equality Rattles State Dept.

New York Times
Melanne Verveer, third from left, then the United States ambassador at large for global women’s issues, at a panel discussion sponsored by the Clinton Global Initiative in 2009.

Gas station clerk burned alive, police search for suspect

A suspect is on the run after setting a gas station clerk on fire, leaving him for dead. According to KHSL, 54-year-old David Wicks worked at the Burney, Calif.

Christmas weekend storm poised to deliver wallop

People who have been dreaming of a White Christmas or singing about weather outside that’s frightful will be getting their wishes this holiday weekend.

Cop suspended after posting pic of NYC family cuffed on Snapchat

New York Daily News
An NYPD cop posted pictures of 28-year-old Kimberly Santiago and her family in handcuffs at their Brooklyn home on Snapchat. (Snapchat).

Police rule teen’s death at Mt. Olympus an accident
The death of a 16-year-old Florida boy at a closed, outdoor section of Mt. Olympus Water Park has been ruled accidental by Lake Delton police.

Donald Trump, Media Set for a Fight

U.S. News & World Report
Republican National Committee communications director Sean Spicer has been named White House press secretary for the incoming Trump administration.

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