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Investigate Crimes Not Political Narratives Wasting Tax Payers Money

Investigate Crimes Not Political Narratives Wasting Tax Payers Money

Prosecutors are supposed to investigate and prosecute crimes not political witchhunts. There has never been any crime committed by the Trump … Read entire article »

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Chris Christie: Obama's 'Lawlessness' Leading to Culture of Unrest

President Barack Obama has created an atmosphere of “lawlessness,” that has led to protests at the University of Missouri, Yale University, and other schools across the country, GOP candidate Chris Christie said Wednesday, promising to apply justice in the land if he’s elected. Read More CompleteChris Christie: Obama's 'Lawlessness' Leading to Culture of Unrest … Read entire article »

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Liz Cheney Weighs US House Bid in Wyoming

What had been shaping up to be a sleepy political season in Wyoming now has Liz Cheney seriously considering another campaign, this time for an open U.S. House seat.Republican Rep. Cynthia Lummis announced Thursday that she won’t seek a fifth term. Lummis is the only female… Read More CompleteLiz Cheney Weighs US House Bid in Wyoming … Read entire article »

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Obama Won't Endorse Democrat in Louisiana Gov. Runoff Next Week

In a revelation that only be called surprising and somewhat odd regarding the leader of the Democratic Party, the White House Friday said that President Barack Obama is not supporting — at least publicly — fellow Democrat John Bel Edwards in his heated contest with Republican Sen. David Vitter. Read More CompleteObama Won't Endorse Democrat in Louisiana Gov. Runoff Next Week … Read entire article »

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MSNBC's Chris Matthews: Not Sure 'Hispanic' Right Term for Rubio, Cruz

Two Republican presidential candidates have parents who immigrated from Cuba – Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s father and both of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s – but MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews is unsure whether they should be termed “Hispanic.” Read More CompleteMSNBC's Chris Matthews: Not Sure 'Hispanic' Right Term for Rubio, Cruz … Read entire article »

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Jeb Bush: 'We Should Declare War'

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Sunday the Paris terror attacks should spur the United States to reduce the number of Syrian refugees it lets into the country, and that the persecuted Christian population should be given priority. Ultimately the best way to deal with the… Read More CompleteJeb Bush: 'We Should Declare War' … Read entire article »

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Kasich, Graham and Pataki Demand Equal Time After Trump SNL Appearance

In the wake of Donald Trump’s hosting gig on “Saturday Night Live,” GOP presidential rivals Ohio Gov. John Kasich, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and former New York Gov. George Pataki are reportedly demanding equal time. Read More CompleteKasich, Graham and Pataki Demand Equal Time After Trump SNL Appearance … Read entire article »

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Hillary Retells Story of Being Rejected by Marines

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton had returned to telling the story of when she says she was rejected by the Marine Corps in 1975. Read More CompleteHillary Retells Story of Being Rejected by Marines … Read entire article »

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Hugh Hewitt: Immigration Not Tearing Apart GOP Candidates

Immigration is a hotly contested point among Republican candidates for the presidency, but conservative radio show host Hugh Hewitt said Thursday that the matter is not tearing the party apart. Read More CompleteHugh Hewitt: Immigration Not Tearing Apart GOP Candidates … Read entire article »

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Trump, Cruz Tied at 27 Percent in Texas Poll

Ted Cruz and Donald Trump are tied in Texas at 27 percent, according to a new online poll. The University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll of likely Republican voters out Thursday also shows: Ben Carson, 13 percent Marco Rubio, 9 percent Carly Fiorina, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, 4… Read More CompleteTrump, Cruz Tied at 27 Percent in Texas Poll … Read entire article »

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McCain Threatens Court Battle Over Gitmo

Senate Armed Services Chairman John McCain has threatened a court battle if President Barack Obama tries to end-run Congress and close the U.S. military prison atGuantanamo Bay, Cuba, Politico reports. “Rumors are that he will act again in an unconstitutional manner,” said… Read More CompleteMcCain Threatens Court Battle Over Gitmo … Read entire article »

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Pope: Blasphemy to Use God's Name to Justify Violence

After the deadly attacks in Paris claimed by Islamic State militants, Pope Francis said on Sunday that using God’s name to justify violence was sacrilege. I want to firmly repeat that the path of violence and hate does not resolve humanity’s problems, and using the name of… … Read entire article »

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140 Killed in 'Unprecedented' Paris Terror Attacks

Police officials in Paris said more than 100 people were killedFriday night in the deadliest attack onFrance since WWII. … Read entire article »

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French Witness Relates 'Bloodbath' at Packed Concert Venue

A French radio reporter who was inside the Bataclan theatre that came under attack Friday gave a harrowing account of the “10 horrific minutes” when black-clothed gunmen wielding AK-47s entered and fired calmly and randomly at hundreds of screaming concertgoers. … Read entire article »

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Apple Boss Cook Says He'll Resist UK Government Spy Law Plan

Tech giant Apple will resist the British government’s efforts to get access to encrypted data through a new spying law, CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday.Last week, Britain published a draft law that seeks to ensure that telecommunication companies “provide wider assistance to… … Read entire article »

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Hospital Releases Nurse Who Suffered Ebola Complication

London’s Royal Free Hospital says it has discharged Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who was hospitalized last month after suffering from a rare relapse of Ebola.Cafferkey was treated for meningitis that developed as a result of lingering Ebola in her system. Now free from… … Read entire article »

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US Excluded From Probe of Russian Crash in Egypt

Neither the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) nor the FBI have been invited to join the Egyptian-led investigation into the crash of a Russian airliner in the Sinai Peninsula late last month, officials at the two U.S. agencies said on… … Read entire article »

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Obama, Putin Break Ice in Six-Second Encounter

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama shook hands and chatted in a six-second encounter Sunday at a summit in Turkey, breaking the ice for the first time since Moscow launched its air campaign in Syria.Obama and Putin — whose previous meetings have… … Read entire article »

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Report: Kenyan Troops Smuggling Sugar from Somalia

Kenyan troops in Somalia are heavily involved in the smuggling of about 150,000 tons of sugar a year into Kenya, a local watchdog group said Thursday.Kenyan soldiers and a pro-government militia based in Somalia’s port city of Kismayo make $13 million a year from taxing the… … Read entire article »

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5,000 Flee Central African Republic Camp after Rebel Attack

U.N. officials say at least five people are dead and thousands have fled a camp for displaced people in Central African Republic after it came under attack by rebel fighters.The violence took place in the northern town of Batangafo, the U.N. refugee agency said Wednesday. A… … Read entire article »

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