Trump’s federal judicial nominee in Alabama has never tried a case in his life

President Donald Trump’s nominee for a lifetime appointment to a federal judgeship in Alabama has never tried a case in his life and has only been practicing law for three years, said The Washington Post on Sunday. Brett Talley, 36, is an attorney and aspiring horror author whose nomination to...
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It is very important to hold discussions to find a way to solve the crisis caused by dangerous trends such as international terrorism and ethnic separatism in the Mediterranean, which connects the EU,
In working out the Winter Program, the Energy Ministry has considered a set of pessimistic scenarios that assume bad weather and consumption increases, so that the fuel stocks built thereon are much
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Environmentalist and documentary film-maker Erik Baláž awarded White Crow for fighting for the survival of the Tichá and Kôprová valleys
Billionaire investor George Soros has spoken out against the Hungarian government, which issued a survey revealing the “Soros plan” and has repeatedly accused him of weakening EU states
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