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Trump Administration Warned Over Hatch Act Violation On Social Media

The social media director for President Donald Trump, Dan Scavino violated the Hatch Act when he tweeted a call for Trump allies to oust a Republican congressman from office back in April, according to Politico. The Office of Special Counsel found that Scavino breached a provision of the Hatch Act that specifically prohibits federal employees from taking part in forms ...

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Trump Administration Warned Over Hatch Act Violation On Social Media

The social media director for President Donald Trump, Dan Scavino violated the Hatch Act when he tweeted a call for Trump allies to oust a Republican congressman from office back in April, according to Politico. The Office of Special Counsel found that Scavino breached a provision of the Hatch Act that specifically prohibits federal employees from taking part in forms ...

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Astronomers Discover 1,000-Foot-Wide Asteroids That Could Hit Earth

Scientists have discovered a new branch of the Taurids meteor stream that could pose a major risk to Earth, with asteroids up to 1,000 feet wide flying past us every few years, Newsweek reports. The Taurids meteor shower peaks every October and November, producing a relatively small display of shooting stars as the planet passes through its stream. Meteor shower ...

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Astronomers Discover 1,000-Foot-Wide Asteroids That Could Hit Earth

Scientists have discovered a new branch of the Taurids meteor stream that could pose a major risk to Earth, with asteroids up to 1,000 feet wide flying past us every few years, Newsweek reports. The Taurids meteor shower peaks every October and November, producing a relatively small display of shooting stars as the planet passes through its stream. Meteor shower ...

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Predident Temer’s Future in Balance as Brazil Election Court Begins Vote

Brasilia: The lead judge looking into corruption during Brazil’s 2014 presidential election voted on Friday to strip President Michel Temer of his mandate, but the overall result remained unclear, with six judges yet to weigh in. Despite Justice Herman Benjamin’s vote against Temer, Brazilian analysts expected a narrow acquittal for the scandal-plagued president. Benjamin, the coordinator of the case at ...

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Predident Temer’s Future in Balance as Brazil Election Court Begins Vote

Brasilia: The lead judge looking into corruption during Brazil’s 2014 presidential election voted on Friday to strip President Michel Temer of his mandate, but the overall result remained unclear, with six judges yet to weigh in. Despite Justice Herman Benjamin’s vote against Temer, Brazilian analysts expected a narrow acquittal for the scandal-plagued president. Benjamin, the coordinator of the case at ...

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