We looked inside some of the tweets by @nprpolitics and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The Senate overwhelmingly passed a $19.1 billion disaster aid relief package that includes funding for Puerto Rico, which is still recovering from devastating hurricanes in 2017. https://n.pr/2W0gI8n
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will face 17 new charges in the U.S. for "alleged complicity in illegal acts" involving Chelsea Manning and "for agreeing and attempting to obtain" information that compromised national security. https://n.pr/2HL8DdK
By declaring that he would no longer work with Congress on infrastructure — or on anything else of substance — President Trump seems ready to renounce the governing obligations of his own office. https://n.pr/2VWssZv
"I believe that if President Trump wants a war with America's women, it's a war he will have and it is one he will lose," Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand told NPR's Morning Edition when asked about the recent restrictive abortion laws across the country. https://n.pr/2VZjISf
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a redesigned $20 bill featuring the face of Harriet Tubman now won't be released until 2028. https://n.pr/2I2qBsv
The Trump administration is set to announce $16 billion in federal government aid to farmers hurt by the administration's trade war with China. https://n.pr/2HNVL6B
The Senate passed a $19.1 billion disaster aid package that includes money for states impacted by flooding and recent hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires. https://n.pr/2HPwoRQ
The chairman of a Chicago bank who made millions of dollars’ worth of loans to Paul Manafort has been charged with allegedly using that relationship to try to get an appointment in the Trump administration. https://n.pr/2HNxlu1
A grand jury in Northern Virginia has returned a superseding indictment with 17 more charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. https://n.pr/2HM6CxU
WATCH: The Fight Over Abortion Rights In The U.S. https://n.pr/2HyXE8i
How Trump Breaks With Clinton And Nixon On Governing While Under Investigation https://n.pr/2W5pfag
JUST IN: By an 85-8 vote, the Senate has approved a $19.1 billion disaster relief bill.
The bill helps communities devastated by recent tornadoes, wildfires, flooding and hurricanes, as well as funding for Puerto Rico. https://n.pr/2HMaxL8
Senate negotiators have reached a deal on a $19.1 billion disaster aid package that includes money for states impacted by flooding and recent hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires. https://n.pr/2I2xuKn
U.S. Brings New Charges Against Julian Assange In War Logs, State Cables Case https://n.pr/2HCMm37
NEW: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will face 17 new charges in the U.S. for "alleged complicity in illegal acts" involving Chelsea Manning and "for agreeing and attempting to obtain" information that compromised national security. https://n.pr/2HUh9qH
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“Assange is not charged simply because he is a publisher,” Terwilliger said.
“The United States has only charged Assange with publishing a narrow set of classified documents," U.S. Attorney Zach Terwilliger said, that included the names of innocent people included dissidents, human rights activists and others.
Assange is being charged for his “alleged complicity in illegal acts” involving Chelsea Manning and “for agreeing and attempting to obtain” information that compromised national security, officials say.