Boeing wants to beat SpaceX to Mars. Elon Musk: “Do it”

It’s just a statement, but it’s a pretty clear statement. The journey to Mars just got a bit hotter. Image via NASA. Since the early 2000s, several entrepreneurs have started to develop competitive spaceflight alternatives, breaking what was, until then, a state monopoly. A few companies have managed to bring on significant innovations and reduce costs… Please follow and like us:

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Roger Stone: Donald Trump’s lawyers ‘are giving him bad advice’

The attorneys representing President Trump in matters related to special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe “are giving him bad advice,” said Roger Stone, one of the president’s former campaign advisers. “I don’t think the president is getting good legal advice,” Mr. Stone, a longtime Republican strategist who advised Mr. Trump’s campaign through August 2015, said on… Please follow and like us:

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Koch-Funded Academics Infiltrate The Trump Administration

Things have changed since then-presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted that the Koch brothers “cannot influence Trump!” in July 2015. Or in November of that year when he tweeted that Charles Koch was “looking for a new puppet” after Scott Walker’s and Jeb Bush’s campaigns failed. Or in February 2016, when Trump repeated his puppet claims in… Please follow and like us:

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Putin Defends Massive Cut in US Diplomatic Staff in Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin is defending his massive cut in the size of the U.S. diplomatic mission in Russia, saying it had waited long enough for relations with Washington to improve. Putin said he had hoped “the situation would perhaps change for the better. But it seems that even if the situation is changing, it is… Please follow and like us:

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John McCain ‘no’ vote kills Obamacare repeal effort in Senate

Drained by self-inflicted wounds, shifting aims and unrelenting protests, Republicans’ push to kill off President Obama’s signature health law sputtered out of gas early Friday, as Senate leaders failed to rally the votes for a significantly pared-down repeal bill in a vote after midnight. Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican who stormed back to Washington after… Please follow and like us:

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41 states revolt against Trump’s voter-fraud probe

Forty-one out of 50 states are reportedly refusing to give President Trump the information his administration has requested to investigate voter fraud in the U.S., which includes voters’ addresses, party affiliation and other identifying data. In May, Trump signed an executive order commissioning Vice President Mike Pence to lead an investigation of vote fraud, and several… Please follow and like us:

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Trump, Merkel to Face-Off on EU, NATO

When U.S. President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel sit down for a ‘get to know you’ session at the White House Friday, the entire future of the Transatlantic relationship will be hanging in the balance. The leaders of two of the world’s most powerful economies have seemed to be on a collision course since… Please follow and like us:

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Pence: US ‘Unwavering in Our Commitment to Our Transatlantic Alliance’

The U.S. vice president told the Munich Security Conference Saturday the United States is “unwavering in our commitment to our transatlantic alliance.” Mike Pence said NATO “must be as dominant in the digital world as we are in the physical world” to fight groups like Islamic State, which he said is “perhaps the greatest evil of… Please follow and like us:

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Meadows: Leakers Are ‘People Searching for Power’

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said that the administration officials who have been leaking information to The New York Times and The Washington Post are releasing the information in a “strategic” manner to undermine President Donald Trump’s agenda during an interview Tuesday on “The Laura Ingraham Show.” Meadows, the chair of the House Freedom Caucus, said that… Please follow and like us:

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Pence: ‘Trump Being Firm and Candid’ With World Leaders

President Donald Trump is being candid and firm with world leaders, just as he was with the U.S. public during the 2016 campaign, according to Vice President Mike Pence. “I think the American people have a president that is candid with them and candid with the world, and his conversations with world leaders reflect a respectfulness… Please follow and like us:

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