Dozens of emails were exchanged between Mr Kushner and other White House officials on topics including media coverage and event planning, according to Politico, which first published the story.
There is no indication that Mr Kushner shared classified or privileged information through his private email account.
Source: Jared Kushner used private email for White House business – BBC News
Berkeley Patriot pulled out of the Milo Yiannopoulos-backed event while email suggests organizers didn’t intend for the event to happen from the start.
Source: UC Berkeley ‘Free Speech Week’ officially canceled, appeared to be a set-up
Players around the National Football League demonstrated before games in response to an escalating feud between President Donald Trump and the professional sports world.
Source: NFL Protests: Donald Trump’s feud with athletes escalates
The board would investigate complaints of discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation and possibly award damages.
The municipality is considering forming a human relations commission, similar to one created eight years ago in Allegheny County, that bars discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation and other factors in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Source: Mt. Lebanon may create panel to protect LGBT rights | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Homeland Security officials informed 21 states that they had been targeted.
In only a handful of states, including Illinois, did hackers actually penetrate computer systems, according to U.S. officials, and there is no evidence that hackers tampered with any voting machines.
Source: DHS tells states about Russian hacking during 2016 election
As official Washington began to wind down on a unseasonably sweaty Friday afternoon, John McCain dropped a bombshell that threatened to end the last-ditch attempt by Republicans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Source: John McCain may have killed Obamacare repeal, again – CNNPolitics
The heads of the Medicaid program from all 50 states have their concerns about Republicans’ latest attempts to overhaul the US healthcare system.
Source: Medicaid Directors oppose the Graham Cassidy health care bill – Business Insider
Kim Jong Un on Thursday reacted angrily to Trump’s remarks and actions this week, calling the president a “mentally deranged U.S. dotard” and Trump’s earlier speech at the U.N. “unprecedented rude nonsense.”
Source: Trump imposes new sanctions on North Korea, Kim says will ‘tame the mentally deranged U.S. dotard with fire’
President Trump’s approval rating is ticking upward following his response to two major hurricanes and his bipartisan negotiations with Democratic leadership, according to a new poll.
Source: Trump’s approval rating ticks upward in new poll | TheHill
The Senate voted, 89-8, to pass a $700 billion national security measure that would permit $60 billion of war spending, exceeding President Donald Trump’s budget proposal and bust through budget caps.
Source: Senate Votes to Buy More Military Planes Than Pentagon Requested