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Trump OK With Sending More Troops to Iraq, But Says He Wouldn't Announce It

Republican Donald Trump said on Wednesday he can “live with” President Obama’s decision to send more U.S. troops to Iraq and Syria, but he would “agree with it much more” if it were done “quietly” and “without fanfare.” … Read entire article »

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Arcia homers in 9th to lift Twins to 4-3 win over Indians

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Oswaldo Arcia led off the ninth inning with a home run off of Zach McAllister to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Monday night. … Read entire article »

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Egypt official says Sinai bombing kills 3 police, wounds 8

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s state news agency says three policemen have been killed in a roadside bombing in the turbulent north of the Sinai Peninsula. … Read entire article »

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Deaths of 2 boys discovered in Chicago home ruled homicides

CHICAGO (AP) — Authorities have determined what killed two boys whose decomposing bodies were found in a Chicago home last year along with those of their mother and another sibling. … Read entire article »

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Cats at Japan's 'cat cafes' now allowed to stay up till 10

TOKYO (AP) — Felines at Japan’s “cat cafes” are now officially allowed to stay up until 10 p.m. to interact with customers. … Read entire article »

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Artificial limbs offer Syrians new chances at life

REYHANLI, Turkey (AP) — Every time 3-year-old Seif wears his new prosthetic legs, the toddler puts up a fight. He has already made peace with walking on his stumps, but there is no dodging his daily rehabilitation session at a prosthetic clinic in southern Turkey. … Read entire article »

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US Pacific Fleet expands use of 3rd Fleet commanders

PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — The U.S. Pacific Fleet commander said he plans to expand the role of the U.S. 3rd Fleet commander and her staff in the Asia-Pacific region. … Read entire article »

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Jordan bans Lebanese band, says songs contradict religion

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — A popular Lebanese rock band says Jordanian authorities have banned them from performing because their songs promote religious and sexual freedom. … Read entire article »

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Dutch mark chilly King's Day with music, free markets

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch marked their king’s birthday Wednesday with an official celebration in the northeastern city of Zwolle and festivals and unofficial garage sales around the nation. … Read entire article »

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Walker hits go-ahead HR, Mets beat Reds for 4th straight win

NEW YORK (AP) — Normally a bit of slow starter, Neil Walker hoped to quickly make a nice impression with his new team. … Read entire article »

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BREAKING: White House on Lockdown

BREAKING: White House on Lockdown

BREAKING: White House on Lockdown Update (4/26 4:46 p.m.): A Twitter account claiming to be Washington D.C. Fire and EMS just released the following tweet:   Update (4/26 4:32 p.m.): The lockdown has reportedly been lifted according to ABC:   Original Story: The White House has been placed on lockdown after a … Read entire article »

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N.Y. Man Gets Beat Up for Looking Like Shia LaBeouf

N.Y. Man Gets Beat Up for Looking Like Shia LaBeouf

N.Y. Man Gets Beat Up for Looking Like Shia LaBeouf Apparently being a celebrity doppelganger does not always have its perks. A man in New York was assaulted by another man, allegedly because he looked too much like actor Shia LaBeouf. We’d like to emphasize that this story is … Read entire article »

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Hand-Built Viking Ship Embarks on Transatlantic Journey to the U.S.

Hand-Built Viking Ship Embarks on Transatlantic Journey to the U.S.

The Draken Harald Hårfagre, a 115-foot-long oaken sailing ship with a traditional dragon figurehead, has set sail from Norway to recreate Leif Erikson’s dubious voyage to the New World. The crew plans to visit Iceland and Greenland, as well as making plenty of stops in Vinland, the Viking name for North America. Named after the first king of Norway, Harald Fairhair, the Draken is the largest Viking ship built in modern times and was constructed completely by hand. Though the ship’s crafters chose … Read entire article »

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Half-Naked Man Serves Up Subway Sandwiches

Half-Naked Man Serves Up Subway Sandwiches

Half-Naked Man Serves Up Subway Sandwiches (Image: YouTube) Would you like some chest hair with your sandwich? A half-naked man in Festus, Mo., was seen dancing around and making sandwiches at a Subway restaurant this past weekend. The restaurant’s guests were shocked to see the man, who was also a former Subway … Read entire article »

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Colorado Parents Fight for School Choice

Colorado Parents Fight for School Choice

Colorado Parents Fight for School Choice The state of Colorado has a national reputation for being “progressive.” But the meaning of “progress” is subjective, and can only be determined by individuals making their own decisions with their own money in the market. Just don’t tell that to the … Read entire article »

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Crowder Schools 'Social Justice Warriors' at UMass Event

Crowder Schools 'Social Justice Warriors' at UMass Event

Crowder Schools ‘Social Justice Warriors’ at UMass Event (Image: YouTube) The social justice warriors at the University of Massachusetts (UMass) got a taste of their own medicine Monday evening when they were taken to task by conservative comedian Steven Crowder. Crowder was set to “tell a few jokes” and have … Read entire article »

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Americans' Confidence in Economy Hits Lowest Point in 2016

Americans' Confidence in Economy Hits Lowest Point in 2016

Americans’ confidence in the U.S. economy has reached its lowest point so far in 2016, according to Gallup’s U.S. Economic Confidence Index. The Index averaged -16 for the week ending Apr. 24, a four point drop from the previous week and the lowest weekly average since the plunge in China’s stock market in last August. “The latest figure is not markedly lower than the -11 weekly index score average recorded so far in 2016,” Gallup writes, “but … Read entire article »

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GoFundMe to Support Melissa Click Nears $14K

GoFundMe to Support Melissa Click Nears $14K

A GoFundMe page in support of former University of Missouri mass media professor Melissa Click, who was caught on camera threatening a student journalist last year, has accumulated nearly $14,000 in donations. During the racial protests that besieged Mizzou’s campus during the fall 2015 term, Click was caught asking for “muscle” to prevent a student journalist from reporting on a #ConcernedStudent1950 protest. After the incident went viral, MU launched an investigation into Click’s actions. Click resigned from her courtesy … Read entire article »

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Fla. School District Shells Out Tax Cash to Spy on Students’ Social Media

Fla. School District Shells Out Tax Cash to Spy on Students’ Social Media

Orange County Public Schools Uses Tax Cash to Spy on Students Online Leave it to the government to pile one insult upon another, then claim it’s helping people. According to the Washington Post, Orange County Public Schools in Florida shelled out $18,000 last year to pay the private firm Snaptrends … Read entire article »

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Speaker Ryan to GOP Candidates: Get Your Acts Together Before ‘It’s Too Late’

Speaker Ryan to GOP Candidates: Get Your Acts Together Before ‘It’s Too Late’

(Image via Screenshot) Amid the chaos of the 2016 election cycle, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) is urging the GOP presidential candidates to get their acts together and start promoting a consistent message for the party before the Republican National Convention in July.    “I learned in 2012 running with Mitt Romney, if you wait until after the convention to all of a sudden get your act together and then produce an agenda in, say, August … Read entire article »

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