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EMBARRASSING SETBACK: RINO RYAN CANCELS IMMIGRATION VOTES IN HOUSE - WASHINGTON TIMES

Staring at a certain defeat, House Republicans canceled votes on their immigration compromise Thursday - an embarrassing setback for leaders who thought they had finally been able to wrangle some unanimity on an issue that has bedeviled them for years.

Lawmakers emerged from a closed-door evening meeting to say their new goal is a vote sometime next week, after they try to make tweaks to win over conservatives while keeping moderates on board.

The vote on the “moderate” compromise bill was postponed just hours after a more conservative bill failed in the House by a 231-193...

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FAKE NEWS UPDATE: TIME MAGAZINE'S SHOCKING COVER OF TRUMP AND CRYING ILLEGAL ALIEN CHILD IS A TOTAL LIE - DAILY WIRE

This week, TIME magazine featured a picture of a crying illegal immigrant child on its cover. The child was supposedly separated from her parents; over her looms Donald Trump, smugly staring down at her.

There’s only one problem: the cover is total bull. It’s not just total bull...

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SUPREME COURT AFFIRMS PRIVACY RIGHTS OF CELLPHONE USERS IN 'BIG BROTHER' CASE - FOX NEWS

The Justice Department suffered a digital-age defeat Friday at the Supreme Court, which sided with the privacy rights of cellphone users in a dispute over law enforcement tracking their movements by law enforcement.

In a 5-4 ruling, the court said law enforcement generally will need a warrant for such searches. Chief Justice John Roberts cast the deciding vote.

At issue is whether the Constitution's Fourth Amendment requires a search warrant for the government to access a person's cellphone location history. It is the latest foray by the justices into how laws should be tailored to...

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CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR AND PULITZER PRIZE WINNER, DEAD AT 69 - FOX NEWS

Charles Krauthammer, a longtime Fox News contributor, Pulitzer Prize winner, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author who came to be known as the dean of conservative commentators, has died. He was 68.

His death had been expected after he wrote a heartbreaking letter to...

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U.S. SUPREME COURT USURPS POWER OF CONGRESS, REGULATES INTERSTATE COMMERCE - DAILY SIGNAL

Thursday’s Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. threatens to upend online commerce, drive thousands of small entrepreneurs out of business, and hike prices for hundreds of millions of consumers.

Under prior law, states could not force remote retailers to collect and remit sales taxes on their behalf unless the business had a “physical presence” within the state.

This requirement no longer applies, potentially saddling remote retailers - many of whom are small businesses - with onerous compliance costs related to the nation’s 12,000 plus...

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NATIONAL BORDER PATROL COUNCIL IDENTIFIES PETER FONDA AS A 'DOMESTIC TERRORIST' AFTER HE THREATENED TO KIDNAP BARRON TRUMP - GATEWAY PUNDIT

As TGP’s Cassandra Fairbanks reported, Academy Award-nominated actor and filmmaker Peter Fonda is calling for Barron Trump to be placed in a cage with pedophiles, children of ICE agents to be threatened, and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to be stripped naked...

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FORMER SECRET SERVICE AGENT FILES RICO SUIT AGAINST CLINTONS, SOROS, PODESTA, BROCK - ZERO HEDGE

Conspiracy theorists (and conspiracy factists) are running wild as infamously outspoken former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne has filed a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) suit against what some call the Democrat Deep State.

Defendants in the case include:

CLINTON FOUNDATION, CLINTON-GIUSTRA ENTERPRISE PARTNERSHIP, MEDIA MATTERS FOR AMERICA, CORRECT THE RECORD, AMERICAN BRIDGE 21ST CENTURY, CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBILITY AND ETHICS IN WASHINGTON, SHAREBLUE, DAVID BROCK...

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PRESIDENT TRUMP DRAWS IMPRESSIVE CROWDS TO DULUTH CAMPAIGN RALLY - BRAINERD DISPATCH

It wasn't easy getting into the Trump campaign rally Wednesday, June 20, at the Amsoil Arena, situated on Duluth's harbor front.

But they came, thousands of of them - Trump supporters and anti-Trump protesters alike; throngs of red Make America Great Again hats and white...

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INTEL CEO BRIAN KRZANICH RESIGNS AFTER 'CONSENSUAL RELATIONSHIP WITH AN INEL EMPLOYEE' - USA TODAY

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich resigned suddenly after a "past consensual relationship with an Intel employee" came to light, the company said Thursday.

His unexpected exit comes after an internal and external investigation ordered by the company "confirmed a violation of Intel’s non-fraternization policy, which applies to all managers," Intel said in a statement.

"Given the expectation that all employees will respect Intel’s values and adhere to the company’s code of conduct, the board has accepted Mr. Krzanich’s resignation," Intel said. Intel chief financial officer Robert...

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DERANGED DEMOCRAT THREATENS TO MURDER REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN'S KIDS OVER 'ZERO TOLERANCE' IMMIGRATION POLICY - DAILY WIRE

Florida law enforcement officials arrested a man on Thursday who allegedly called the office of Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL) and threatened to kill his kids over the media's recent hysteria over the child-separation immigration policy. Laurence Key...

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ILLEGAL ALIENS FATALLY SEPARATE AMERICAN PARENTS AND CHILDREN - DANIEL GREENFIELD

In 2008, Colorado separated a Jewish boy from his parents. Marten Kudlis was separated from his parents while waiting for his mother to bring him his ice cream. The 3-year-old boy who had just been playing in the park never got his ice cream.

Instead Francis Hernandez, an illegal alien driving 81 miles an hour, slammed into a pickup truck, killing the two women inside, and smashing it through the glass wall of the Baskin Robbins.

Blood and broken glass covered the floor. Little Marten, who had just learned to ride a bike, died of a slashed jugular vein and was buried with a teddy bear. Francis...

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STARBUCKS CLOSING 150 STORES AFTER LOSING BIG MONEY DUE TO 'ANTI-BIAS' TRAINING - TOWNHALL

Starbucks announced Tuesday that it is closing 150 of its U.S. stores in the next year, three times as many as the chain normally closes in that time period.

“While certain demand headwinds are transitory, and some of our cost increases are appropriate investments for the future, our...

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DISNEY UPS ITS BID FOR FOX TO $71.3 BILLION - DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD

The Walt Disney Company has boosted its bid for the studio and cable network assets of 21st Century Fox to $71.3 billion in cash and stock.

The offer is nearly $19 billion richer than the one Fox accepted last December, and it’s nearly 10% ahead of the $65 billion one Comcast submitted last week.

Most analysts and industry observers had expected Disney to match Comcast, but not go so much higher. The aggressive counter is a sign of the intensity of the M&A climate, in which AT&T finally closed its purchase of Time Warner and other traditional media companies are urgently seeking dance partners...

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POMPEO, HALEY ANNOUNCE UNITED STATES LEAVING UN HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL - WFB

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley announced on Tuesday that U.S. would leave the UN Human Rights Council.

Citing the organization as being broken and filled with hypocrisy, Pompeo and Haley mentioned how they tried to work with other council...

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GOSPORT HOSPITAL DEATHS: UP TO 650 PATIENTS DIED AFTER BEING PRESCRIBED OPIOIDS 'WITHOUT MEDICAL JUSTIFICATION' - PORTSMOUTH NEWS

At least 456 patients died after being given opioids ‘without medical justification’ at a Gosport hospital where ‘there was a disregard for human life,’ a major report has found.

Another 200 ‘probably’ had their lives shortened at Gosport War Memorial hospital as a direct result of the prescribing the drugs without justification.

On the day the Gosport Independent Panel’s report was published, Bishop James Jones said there was an ‘institutionalised practice of shortening lives through prescribing and administering opioids without...

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CANADA BECOMES SECOND COUNTRY TO LEGALIZE WEED - ZERO HEDGE

Canada is on track to become the first G-7 nation to legalize marijuana, and the second country in the world (after Uruguay), after its Senate approved legislation in a 52-29 vote, paving the way for recreational cannabis to be legally bought and sold within the next few months.

The vote clears the way for the...

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AG SESSIONS TALKING TO CONGRESS ABOUT USING DNA TESTS TO VERIFY PARENTS OF IMMIGRANT CHILDREN - DAILY CALLER

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is exploring the possibility of using DNA tests to verify the parentage of illegal alien adults who attempt to cross the southern border with children, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said in a statement Tuesday after interviewing Sessions on his radio show Washington Watch.

“Sessions is talking to congressional members and is hoping for a legislative fix. The AG wants an immigration policy that is just, fair and enforceable.

They talked about making sure that these really are the parents of these...

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FBI AGENT WHO SAID 'WE'LL STOP' TRUMP FROM BECOMING PRESIDENT ESXORTED FROM BUILDING - CHICAGO TRIBUNE

The FBI agent who was removed from the special counsel investigation for sending anti-Trump texts was escorted from the FBI building Friday and effectively relieved of work responsibilities - though he technically remains an FBI agent, his lawyer said. Peter Strzok already had been re-assigned to the FBI's...

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TRUMP REAFFIRMS NEED FOR ZERO-TOLERANCE IMMIGRATION POLICY - WASHINGTON TIMES

President Trump continued Monday’s line of defense on Tuesday, reaffirming the need for his hard-line border policies and accused Democrats of wanting illegal immigration to boost their voter count.

Mr. Trump stood by the zero=tolerance policy of arresting any immigrant who does not enter at a port of authority.

"We must always arrest people coming into our Country illegally. Of the 12,000 children, 10,000 are being sent by their parents on a very dangerous trip, and only 2000 are with their parents, many of whom have tried to enter our Country illegally...

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GOWDY SCORCHES COMEY IN BLISTERING OPENING STATEMENT AT IG HEARING - FOX NEWS

House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy scorched James Comey in a blistering opening statement at a high-profile congressional hearing on Tuesday, declaring “we can’t survive with a justice system we don’t trust.”

Gowdy kicked off the hearing featuring testimony from Justice Department Inspector General...

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T-MOBILE, SPRINT FILE FOR APPROVAL OF $26 BILLION MERGER - THE HILL

T-Mobile and Sprint on Tuesday laid out the case for a $26 billion merger, filing for approval at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

In the 678-page document, the two companies argue that the combination, which they’re calling “New T-Mobile,” will allow them to build a 5th-generation wireless network that would rival those of AT&T and Verizon.

The communications companies are framing the deal as essential for U.S. efforts to build out 5G capabilities. “We cannot relinquish our leadership here and the New T-Mobile will deliver on these capabilities within the first couple of years of bringing these...

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TRUMP DIRECTS PENTAGON TO CREATE 'SPACE FORCE' - THE HILL

President Trump on Monday announced that he's directing the Pentagon to create a “space force” as the Defense Department’s sixth military service branch.

“When it comes to defending America, it is not enough to merely have an American presence in space. We must have American dominance in space,” Trump said during a meeting with...

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ALLEGED CIA LEAKER CHARGED WITH DISCLOSING CLASSIFIED INFORMATION - NEW YORK POST

Manhattan federal prosecutors on Monday slapped a former CIA software engineer - who was already in prison on child porn charges - with a slew of new charges accusing him of the theft of classified information.

Joshua Adam Schulte, 29, was hit with a 13-count superseding indictment Monday that accuses him with everything from the theft of government property to copyright infringement to obstruction of justice.

The feds say Schulte illegally leaked classified information, including national defense information that he believed could be used “to the injury of the United States and the advantage of a foreign nation.”...

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AMAZON CEO JEFF BEZOS IS NOW WORTH A RECORD $141 BILLION - CNBC

Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, the wealthiest person in the world, is richer than he has ever been before. Since June 1, the tech titan's net worth has grown over $5 billion and now totals $141.9 billion, according to the Forbes World's Billionaires list.

That makes Bezos worth roughly $49 billion more than Bill Gates and...

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BUSH-APPOINTED JUDGE STRIKES DOWN KANSAS VOTER ID LAW - DAILY CALLER

A federal judge in Kansas City struck down a state law Monday requiring Kansas voters to show proof of citizenship before casting ballots.

U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson, a George W. Bush appointee, found the statute unlawfully burdens ballot access for eligible voters, in violation of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and the Constitution.

“The court determines that the magnitude of potentially disenfranchised voters impacted by the law and its enforcement scheme cannot be justified by the scant evidence of noncitizen voter fraud before and after the law was passed, by the need to ensure the voter...

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TOP CLINTON CAMPAIGN OPERATIVE AND AG LYNCH REPORTEDLY EXCHANGED "HIGHLY CLASSIFIED MATERIAL" DURING ELECTION - GATEWAY PUNDIT

Inspector General Michael Horowitz and FBI Chief Chris Wray testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Monday afternoon.

During the testimony IG Horowitz admitted that top level Clinton 2016 campaign operative Amanda...

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FIREFIGHTERS SUSPENDED FOR MAKING PORN VIDEOS AT FIREHOUSE - CIRCA

Two firefighters in Ohio have been suspended for making pornographic videos at a firehouse. Akron officials say Arthur Dean and Deann Eller were both placed on administrative leave on Monday while the city launched an investigation into the matter.

Fire Chief Clarence Tucker says someone told a firefighter last week about the acts possibly being performed on city property. The firefighter reported it to his supervisor, who then told the chief.

Tucker and Mayor Dan Horrigan said in a joint statement that Dean and Eller did not work at the same fire station, but were known to be in a long-term relationship. Officials...

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GM'S LANDSING CADILLAC PLANT GETS $175 MILLION TO BUILD NEW SEDANS - DETROIT FREE PRESS

General Motors is investing $175 million in its Lansing Grand River plant, where it builds Cadillac sedans.

The money will pay for new tooling and equipment to build the next generation of Cadillac CTS and ATS sedans, the company said. In November 2016, GM put $211 million into the plant. “Cadillac is on the...

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VENEZUELA FORCED TO SHUT DOWN OIL PRODUCTION AS OPERATIONS FALL APART - OILPRICE

Every week the crisis in Venezuela takes a turn for the worse.

There are now signs that its oil industry is entering a dangerous new phase. Argus Media reports that Venezuela has begun to “proactively shut in oil production to cope with nearly replete terminal storage, further accelerating an output decline and bringing the OPEC country closer to the psychological barrier of 1mn b/d.”

Venezuela’s oil production fell to an average of 1.392 million barrels per day in May, down another 42,000 bpd from a month earlier, according to OPEC’s secondary sources. However, with the crisis in Venezuela...

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AUDI CEO RUPERT STADLER ARRESTED IN GERMANY AS VOLKSWAGON EMISSIONS SCANDAL LINGERS - USA TODAY

The CEO of Audi was arrested in Germany on suspicion of his involvement in the Volkswagen emissions scandal.

The German investigation ensnared Audi boss Rupert Stadler, who was widely considered a subject of the probe but had so far survived the...

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113 POLITICIANS HAVE BEEN KILLED DURING THIS CAMPAIGN SEASON IN MEXICO - PVDN

Gunmen shot and killed a mayor running for re-election in Mexico on Thursday, the second murder of a politician in a week after a candidate running for federal office was shot in the back of the head while taking a selfie with a supporter.

At least 113 politicians have been killed in the bloodiest election campaign in Mexico’s modern history, and the violence appears to be intensifying in the final weeks before the July 1 nationwide election.

Political assassinations have rocked the electoral season leading up to July 1, when voters will decide over 3,000 down-ballot seats and elect a new president. Widespread...

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OBAMA PRESIDENTIAL CENTER TO COST ILLINOIS TAXPAYERS NEARLY $200 MILLION - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

The state of Illinois has approved $224 million to pay for street and transportation projects in Chicago's South Side neighborhood around the Obama Presidential Center site, $199 million of which will fall directly on the shoulders of Illinois taxpayers.

Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law...

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AFTER THREE DECADES, COUPLE PREVAILS OVER UNION - WFB

When David and Shirley Pirlott filed a federal labor complaint against Teamsters Local 75 on Nov. 8, 1987, the day before the Berlin Wall fell, they did not imagine they would have to wait 30 years to resolve the dispute.

The Pirlotts were finally vindicated in March 2018 when the Wisconsin-based Teamsters local mailed them separate checks of about $3,000 for failing to allow them to opt out of union dues. The case spanned five presidencies, dozens of National Labor Relations Board members, and numerous appearances before the D.C. Court of Appeals.

In the time it took for the NLRB to issue its decision, the Pirlotts...

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LAW FIRM HIRED BY DISGRACED FBI AGENT PETER STRZOK DONATED MORE THAN $24,000 TO HILLARY CLINTON - GATEWAY PUNDIT

In the run-up to the release of the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General’s report on misconduct by the FBI during the Clinton E-Mail Investigation, disgraced former FBI Deputy Head of Counter-Intelligence Peter Strzok hired Washington DC law firm Zuckerman Spaeder LLP...

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CHILD BORDER CROSSERS HAVE HIGHER STANDARD OF LIVING THAN 13 MILLION IMPOVERISHED AMERICAN CHILDREN - BREITBART

Migrant children who cross into the United States either alone or with adults have a higher standard of living once they are put into federal care than the more than 13 million American children who are living in poverty across the country.

In Fiscal Year 2017, the federal government referred nearly 41,000 unaccompanied minor border crossers to the Unaccompanied Alien Children program which is facilitated by the Office of Refugee Resettlement.

Data provided to Breitbart News reveals that each unaccompanied minor costs the federal government about $34,660 annually. This is a...

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'JEOPARDY!' WINNER COULD GET PRISON FOR SNEAKING INTO EMAILS - CIRCA

A seven-time "Jeopardy!" winner who taught history at a small Michigan college faces up to five years in prison for sneaking into the email accounts of other professors, administrators and students.

Stephanie Jass, who taught at Adrian College in southern Michigan, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Lenawee...

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HERE'S THE RUNDOWN ON THE CORRUPT OBAMA-APPOINTED JUDGE WHO TOSSED MANAFORT IN JAIL - JOE HOFT

It sure seems like every Obama appointed judge is a far left radical who puts their own distorted interpretation of reality ahead of the U.S. Constitution.

In this respect, U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson is a case study. This past week she again showed that she puts politics before the law.

Her actions with Paul Manafort alone are cause for her to be removed or impeached.

We reported two months ago and again earlier this month, that Obama appointed liberal activist Judge, Amy Berman Jackson, was assigned to...

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SPACE CATAPULT STARTUP GETS $40 MILLION INVESTMENT FROM GOOGLE AND AIRBUS TO FLING OBJECTS INTO ORBIT - DAILY MAIL

A Silicon Valley startup has devised an ingenious way of sending rockets into space. Dubbed SpinLaunch, the firm wants to blast tiny payloads into orbit atop miniature rockets.

But instead of using propellants like a typical launch would, SpinLaunch would slingshot them into space...

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GEORGIA GRANDMOTHER KILLS RABID BOBCAT WITH HER BARE HANDS - CIRCA

A woman in Georgia won a life-and-death struggle with a rabbid bobcat after she managed to strangle it to death with her bare hands.

“I thought, ‘Not today.’ There was no way I was going to die,” DeDe Phillips said to OnlineAthens.com. "I’m very lucky."

Phillips lives in Hart County, northeast of Atlanta where she was reportedly was attacked by the animal after it attacked her unprovoked.

She has started a series of rabies shots and was treated for a broken finger and other injuries.

Phillips said the attack started...

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MAJORITY WHIP STEVE SCALISE JOINS PRESIDENTY TRUMP IN OPPOSITION TO PAUL RYAN'S AMNESTY BILL - BREITBART

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise opposes House Speaker Paul Ryan’s amnesty plan, his office confirmed to Breitbart News on Friday.

Scalise joins President Donald Trump in opposing the Ryan amnesty plan, which is scheduled at this time for a vote next Thursday in the House...

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DEEP STATE SCRUBBED OBAMA'S NAME FROM FBI REPORT ON HILLARY'S EMAILS - GATEWAY PUNDIT

Thanks to the release of the IG report on Thursday we know that Barack Obama had direct contact with Clinton on private email server.

FOX News reported:

President Obama was one of a select handful of individuals who had “direct contact” with Hillary Clinton on her private email account, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz indicated in his bombshell report Thursday on the Clinton email probe.

In a footnote, the DOJ watchdog notes that “FBI analysts and Prosecutor 2 told us that former...

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NEW NORMAL? PARIS PUTS MASSIVE BULLETPROOF WALLS AROUND EIFFEL TOWER TO COMBAT POTENTIAL TERRORIST ATTACKS - ZERO HEDGE

Paris is putting bulletproof walls around the Eiffel Tower to combat potential terrorist attacks as part of a project unveiled by city officials Thursday.

A barrier will be placed around the famous Parisian attraction in order...

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AT&T SAYS IT HAS COMPLETED ITS $85 BILLION ACQUISITION OF TIME WARNER - USA TODAY

Two days after a federal judge approved AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner, AT&T has announced the acquisition is complete.

AT&T will begin consolidating Time Warner Inc. on Friday, AT&T announced. The company reports having $180.4 billion in debt after the merger.

Jeff Bewkes, former chairman and CEO of Time Warner Inc., will serve as senior advisor during a transition period, according to a statement by AT&T. Time Warner will bring "first-rate" creative talent to complement AT&T's distribution, Randall Stephenson, chairman and CEO of...

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BIGOTRY DISGUISED AS DIVERSITY: HARVARD HOSPITAL TAKING DOWN PORTRAITS OF WHITE MEN - WFB

Brigham and Women's Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, is taking down its prominent display of its past medical legends because too many are white men.

Diversity and inclusion initiatives prompted the removal of 30 portraits from the hospital's Bornstein Amphitheater because the paintings...

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LEADER OF PAKISTANI TALIBAN KILLED IN U.S. DRONE STRIKE - ZERO HEDGE

Roughly three months after the U.S. offered a $5 million reward for information on his whereabouts, Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah was killed in a joint U.S.-Afghan drone strike in the eastern Afghan province of Kunar, which is on the Pakistani border, senior defense officials from Afghanistan and Pakistan told Reuters and the New York Times on Thursday.

In addition to Fazlullah, four other senior Taliban commanders were killed in the drone strike, which took place Wednesday.

That attack was carried out in the Afghan province of Kunar, which is situated near the Pakistani border...

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SARAH SANDERS TO FAKE NEWS SOCK PUPPET JIM ACOSTA: "I KNOW IT'S HARD FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND EVEN SHORT SENTENCES" - WFB

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded Thursday to Jim Acosta's attempts to interrupt by taking a shot at the CNN correspondent's comprehension abilities.

Acosta asked during the daily press briefing about comments made the...

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FOLLOWING IG REPORT, FBI ORDERS EMPLOYEES TO UNDERGO 'BIAS TRAINING'... JUST LIKE STARBUCKS! - WASHINGTON TIMES

The FBI will make its employees undergo bias training, Director Christopher A. Wray promised Thursday, after a devastating report found the bureau made bad decisions, has a culture of leaking sensitive information, and may have skewed campaign-season decisions because of bias.

New text messages released by the Justice Department inspector general showing conversations between Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok and paramour FBI lawyer Lisa Page suggest a deep anti-Trump sentiment.

In one exchange, Ms. Page wanted...

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JAMES COMEY USED A PRIVATE EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR OFFICIAL BUSINESS WHILE INVESTIGATING HILLARY CLINTON FOR USING A PRIVATE EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR OFFICIAL BUSINESS - DAILY CALLER

FBI Director James Comey reportedly used a private email account to conduct official FBI business, the new inspector general report will confirm.

Politico’s Kyle Cheney tweeted on Thursday that Inspector General...

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FULL IG REPORT: 'A REVIEW OF VARIOUS ACTIONS BY THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION AND DEPARTMENT OF JUDTICE IN ADVANCE OF THE 2016 ELECTION' - DOJ OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

In response to requests from Congress, various organizations, and members of the public, the Department of Justice (Department) Office of the Inspector General (OIG) undertook this review of various actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department in connection with the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. Our review included examining:

* Allegations that Department or FBI policies or procedures were not followed in connection with, or in...

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TREY GOWDY ON IG REPORT: 'I'M ALARMED, ANGERED... THIS IS NOT THE FBI OUR COUTRY NEEDS' - CNS

Commenting on the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General report on the FBI and DOJ, House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) said he was “alarmed, angered, and deeply disappointed” in the DOJ/FBI failures and added, “This is not the FBI I know” and “not the FBI our country needs. This is not the FBI citizens...

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FBI AGENT PETER STRZOK IN TEXT MESSAGE TO LISA PAGE: 'WE'LL STOP' TRUMP FROM BECOMING PRESIDENT - NATIONAL REVIEW

FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was intimately involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation and the probe of Russian election-meddling, vowed to “stop” Donald Trump from reaching the White House in an August 2016 text message to FBI lawyer Lisa Page.

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Page wrote to Strzok in a text message set to be released Thursday as part of a Department of Justice inspector general’s report.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok, who was dating Page at the time, responded...

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PRESIDENT MACRON GRANTS ISIS CHIEF POLITICAL ASYLUM IN FRANCE - YOUR NEWS WIRE

French President Emmanuel Macron has granted an ISIS chief, responsible for the deaths of thousands of people, political asylum in France.

Ahmed Hamdane Mahmoud Ayach El Aswadi has been allowed to enter France without fear of arrest, despite the fact that he took part in the 2014 slaughter of 1,700 soldiers in the...

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BESTSELLING AUTHOR FIRED FOR MOCKING PUBLISHER'S DIVERSITY POLICY - JAMES DELINGPOLE

Publishing giant Penguin Random House has announced that its authors are no longer to be chosen on literary merit but according to a politically correct quota system “taking into account ethnicity, gender, sexuality, social mobility and disability”.

This is mad, stupid, and insulting. But not nearly as mad, stupid, and insulting as the decision by the Mslexia Short Story Prize, a literary competition for women authors, to sack one of its judges Lionel Shriver as a punishment for daring to criticise the new policy.

Shriver (who, despite her misleading first name, is a woman) is the American-born, UK-resident novelist...

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SAN JUAN MAYOR WHO CRITICIZED TRUMP NOW BEING INVESTIGATED FOR CORRUPTION - TOWNHALL

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz infamously picked a fight with President Trump in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria last year, the storm that devastated Puerto Rico.

The official death toll was 64, but Gov. Ricardo Rossello suggested the actual number is higher. President Trump signed a $36.5 billion aid...

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SOUTH DAKOTA SUPREME COURT DISMISSES APPEAL AGAINST KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE - SIOUX CITY JOURNAL

South Dakota's Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from opponents of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, saying a lower court lacked jurisdiction to hear their cases.

Groups fighting TransCanada Corp.'s pipeline appealed a judge's decision last year upholding regulators' approval for the pipeline to cross the state.

But the high court ruled Wednesday that justices didn't "reach the merits of the case" because the lower court lacked jurisdiction to hear the appeal of the Public Utilities Commission's decision. Attorneys for appealing groups haven't returned telephone....

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SARAH SANDERS: CBS STORY ABOUT MY 'PLANS TO LEAVE WH' IS FAKE NEWS - BREITBART

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders dismissed rumors of her departure from the White House in a Wednesday night tweet, claiming CBS News did not contact her before running a story about alleged plans to leave the role.

“Does @CBSNews know something I don’t about my plans and my...

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U.S. SUPREME COURT RULES MINNESOTA LAW BANNING POLITICAL APPAREL AT POLLS IS ILLEGAL - WASHINGTON TIMES

The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a Minnesota law banning voters from wearing political apparel to the polls, saying it was too draconian in stifling Americans’ First Amendment rights.

The 7-2 decision said it may be possible for states to restrict stridently political T-shirts and buttons, but the justices said Minnesota didn’t justify why its law needed to be so broad.

Minnesota’s ban covered any “political badge, political button, or other political insignia” a voter might wear. Andrew Cilek, a state voter, challenged the law after he was...

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OOPS! CANADA LOST 7,500 JOBS LAST MONTH WHILE TRUDEAU WAS BUSY LECTURING TRUMP - GATEWAY PUNDIT

While Justin Trudeau was busy extolling the value of unfair trade between the U.S. and Canada over the past month, Canada lost 7,500 jobs, according to the latest release last week by Statistics Canada.

The latest employment report for Canada disappointed analysts, who...

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RETAIL SALES BOOM: BIGGEST RISE IN SIX MONTHS, DOUBLE EXPECTATIONS - BREITBART

U.S. retail sales in May far exceeded forecasts, rising by the most in six months and signaling faster economic growth.

Overall retail sales rose 0.8 percent from the prior month, double the consensus economic estimate of 0.4 percent, according to Commerce Department data released Thursday. The prior month was revised up to 0.4 percent, indicating a stronger April than earlier data suggested.

The retail “control group” sales, which excludes some of the more volatile numbers, rose 0.5 percent, which also exceeded forecasts. The results likely reflect the high levels of consumer confidence, a very strong...

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THE END OF MERKEL? GERMAN GOVERNMENT IN CRISIS AFTER COALITION REBELLION OVER IMMIGRATION - ZERO HEDGE

Europe has another political crisis on its hands, and this one could be a big one as it is right in the middle of Europe's growth dynamo "ground zero."

As the WSJ reports, a rebellion over immigration in German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc...

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DOJ ARRESTS 2,300 ALLEGED CHILD PORNOGRAPHERS AND SEX TRAFFICKERS - DAILY WIRE

In a press release Tuesday, the Department of Justice announced that it had arrested over 2,300 child pornographers and child sex abusers in the large-scale sting "Operation Broken Heart."

The DOJ announced in a press release:

The Department of Justice today announced the arrest of more than 2,300 suspected online child sex offenders during a three-month, nationwide, operation conducted by Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task forces.

The task forces identified 195 offenders who either produced child...

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FEDERAL RESERVE RAISES INTEREST RATES - BBC

The U.S. Federal Reserve has voted to raise the target for its benchmark interest rate by 0.25%, citing solid economic expansion and job gains.

The widely-anticipated decision will lift the target for the central bank's benchmark rate to 1.75%-2%, the highest level since 2008. A majority of Fed officials also forecast two more rate rises this year, one more than...

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PLAN TO SPLIT CALIFORNIA INTO 3 STATES EARNS SPOT ON NOVEMBER BALLOT - LOS ANGELES TIMES

California’s 168-year run as a single entity, hugging the continent’s edge for hundreds of miles and sprawling east across mountains and desert, could come to an end next year - as a controversial plan to split the Golden State into three new jurisdictions qualified Tuesday for the Nov. 6 ballot.

If a majority of voters who cast ballots agree, a long and contentious process would begin for three separate states to take the place of California, with one primarily centered around Los Angeles and the other two divvying up the counties to the north and south.

Completion of the radical plan - far...

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CORRUPT MUELLER SCRAMBLES TO LIMIT EVIDENCE AFTER INDICTED RUSSIANS ACTUALLY SHOW UP IN COURT - ZERO HEDGE

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is scrambling to limit pretrial evidence handed over to a Russian company he indicted in February over alleged meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, according to Bloomberg.

Mueller asked a Washington federal Judge for a protective order that...

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NORTH KOREA APPARENTLY DESTROYS MISSILE TEST FACILITY - BREITBART

After his summit with dictator Kim Jong-un on Tuesday, President Trump indicated the North Koreans are dismantling another facility important to their development of nuclear missiles following the purported shutdown of the Punggye-ri nuclear bomb testing site.

Analysts believe this was a reference to the missile engine testing site at Kusong, which appears to be undergoing demolition based on satellite imagery.

North Korean watchdog site 38 North reported last week that the Iha-ri Driver Training and Test Facility, as it is formally known, was the only known facility for testing the launch...

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JIM JORDAN EXPLODES ON AG SESSIONS FOR DEFENDING SWAMP CREATURE ROSENSTEIN - DAILY CALLER

House Judiciary member Jim Jordan ripped Attorney General Jeff Sessions to shreds on Tuesday night after he defended the actions of Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein.

A new report revealed that Rosenstein was threatening to subpoena members of the House...

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TRUMP NOMINATED FOR NOBEL PEACE PRIZE BY NORWEGIAN POLITICIANS - ZERO HEDGE

The summit in Singapore has made U.S. President Donald Trump "a man of peace," according to two Norwegian parliamentary representatives (from the Frp party), and as NRK reports, they have nominated him for the most gifted award of all of them.

Representatives Christian Tybring-Gjedde (Frp) and Per-Willy Amundsen (Frp) believe it qualifies Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize.

"What's happening now is historical. A process is underway to ensure world peace in the future. It's a fragile process, but we must of course do what we can to help this process bring good results. I think that we...

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CLIMBING RACCOON SCALES MINNESOTA SKYSCRAPER, DEFIES DEATH AND BECOMES INTERNET FAMOUS - USA TODAY

After a perilous journey that captured the attention of thousands, a brave raccoon has made it to the top of a Minnesota skyscraper.

The raccoon, who became stranded on the ledge of a building in St. Paul, climbed a 25-story tower and turned into an internet celebrity overnight...

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SHAWN MOODY WINS MAINE GOP GUBERNATORIAL PRIMARY - MAINE PUBLIC

Republican businessman Shawn Moody won Tuesday’s ranked-choice voting primary in the race to succeed Maine’s firebrand Gov. Paul LePage, while no clear majority winner had emerged in the Democratic primary.

The founder of a string of auto repair shops won a majority of the Republican vote, meaning there’s no need for additional rounds of voting under the voting system used in a statewide primary for the first time in U.S. history.

If the Democratic result holds when all of the votes are counted, there would be additional rounds of vote tabulations next week, as election officials eliminate last-place...

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DEVOTED TRUMP SUPPORTER COREY STEWART WINS VIRGINIA GOP SENATE NOMINATION - WRIC

A conservative provocateur and supporter of President Donald Trump won Virginia’s Republican primary Tuesday in the U.S. Senate race, and he has promised to run a “vicious” campaign against incumbent Tim Kaine.

No Democrats challenged Kaine, a former governor and 2016 vice...

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PRO-TRUMP DANNY TARKANIAN WINS NEVADA GOP CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY - THE HILL

Danny Tarkanian is projected to win his Republican congressional primary on Tuesday in the race to replace outgoing Rep. Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) in November. The Associated Press called the race for him at 9:30 p.m. PDT.

Tarkanian, who is fresh off a narrow defeat in the district south of Las Vegas in 2016, overcame nine Republicans challengers to win the primary Tuesday. Rosen, a freshman lawmaker, is vacating her seat to run for Senate.

The Nevada businessman was originally running as a GOP primary challenger to incumbent Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) but switched to run...

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REP. MARK SANFORD LOSES IN SOUTH CAROLINA AFTER TRUMP URGES HIS OUSTER - BUSINESS INSIDER

U.S. Representative Mark Sanford, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, lost a Republican congressional primary in South Carolina on Tuesday, after Trump urged voters to punish Sanford's disloyalty by tossing him from office.

A few hours before polls closed...

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DEMOCRAT TOM STEYER CAUGHT USING MORE FELONS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY CAMPAIGN - DAILY CALLER

A Tom Steyer-led campaign to push renewable energy on Arizona electricity customers is hiring more convicted felons than originally anticipated, a discovery that endangers residents and violates state law.

A heated battle is underway to reform Arizona’s energy mix. Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona is an environmentalist campaign working on the ground to require utilities in the state obtain 50 percent of their electricity from renewable sources, such as wind and solar, by 2030.

To make this is a reality, the green energy campaign must amend the...

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OHIO AG: ENOUGH FENTANYL TO KILL 4 MILLION PEOPLE SEIZED BY BULK SMUGGLING TASK FORCE - CIRCA

The Ohio Attorney General's office said that enough fentanyl to kill more than 4 million people was seized in a Clark County bust Monday night.

The Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force seized about 20 pounds of fentanyl as part of an ongoing investigation, and four people were...

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SLIMEBALL ANDREW MCCABE SUES FBI, JUSTICE DEPARTMENT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL - WASHINGTON TIMES

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the FBI, the Justice Department and its inspector general, alleging the Trump administration violated procedures when it fired him in March just hours before his retirement.

In the 36-page complaint filed in federal court in the District of Columbia, his attorneys argue that the Justice Department is refusing to hand over documents relating to the policies and procedures related to Mr. McCabe’s dismissal because it fears further litigation.

The Justice Department cited “lack...

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YELLOW ALERT HAS JUST BEEN ISSUED FOR 2 MAJOR VOLCANOES IN NORTH AMERICA - WASHINGTON STANDARD

Massive eruptions of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano and Guatemala’s Fuego volcano have captivated the entire world in recent days, and now it looks like even more volcanoes are starting to wake up.

In fact, yellow alerts were just issued for Mexico’s Mt. Popocatepetl and...

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CHARITABLE GIVING IN U.S. TOPS $400 BILLION FOR FIRST TIME - CIRCA

Fueled by a surging stock market and huge gifts from billionaires, charitable giving in the United States in 2017 topped the $400 billion mark for the first time, according to the latest comprehensive report on Americans' giving patterns.

The Giving USA report, released Tuesday, said giving from individuals, estates, foundations and corporations reached an estimated $410 billion in 2017 - more than the gross domestic product of countries such as Israel and Ireland.

The total was up 5.2 percent in current dollars (3 percent adjusted for inflation) from the estimate of $389.64 billion for 2016...

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TWITTER SHUTS DOWN BLACK CONSRERVATIVE C.J. PEARSON AFTER FALSELY CLAIMING HE'S ONLY 13 YEARS OLD - CONSERVATIVE FIRING LINE

On Monday, Twitter shut down the account for C.J. Pearson, a very outspoken young black conservative Trump supporter.

Twitter said it shut down his account after it “determined” that he’s 13 years old and therefore too young to...

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THE DEMOCRATS' IT SCANDAL COVER-UP - DANIEL JOHN SOBIESKI

Former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz subverted our democracy and interfered in the 2016 election in ways Moscow could only dream of, yet while Special Counsel Robert Mueller continues to chase Russian phantoms, the case against Wasserman Schultz and Imran Awan, the IT director she and other Congressional Democrats employed, continues to drag on despite overwhelming evidence of criminality and clear national security implications.

Schultz was forced to step down after hacked emails revealed that she and the DNC had their finger on the scales and actively worked to defeat Bernie Sanders in the 2016 Democratic primaries in favor of Hillary Clinton...

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NORTH KOREA AGREES TO 'COMPLETE DENUCLEARIZATION OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA' AFTER TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT - FOX NEWS

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document on Tuesday stating that Pyongyang would work toward "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" - a historic concession, which was one of the requirements the U.S. sought at the summit in Singapore...

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REDSKINS REPLACEMENT PLAYERS FROM 1987 TO GET SUPER BOWL RINGS - WASHINGTON TIMES

David Windham never thought of himself as a “scab.” He just wanted to play football.

When NFL players went on strike in 1987, Windham was one of the “replacements” who crossed the picket lines for a chance to chase a football dream. For three weeks, Windham and the other replacement Redskins practiced at the team facility, wore the burgundy and gold on game days and played in front of the RFK Stadium crowd.

The replacement Redskins went 3-0 during the strike, then returned to obscurity when Doug Williams, Art Monk and the other regulars came back and put together their run to a...

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SUPREME COURT SAYS THAT STATES CAN REMOVE VOTERS WHO SKIP ELECTIONS, IGNORE WARNINGS - USA TODAY

Failing to vote can lead to getting knocked off voter registration rolls, a deeply divided Supreme Court ruled Monday in a decision that likely will help Republicans and hurt Democrats.

The court's conservative majority ruled 5-4 that Ohio did not violate federal laws by purging voters who...

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ARGENTINA'S PESO IS COLLAPSING AGAIN - ZERO HEDGE

Just a few short days after agreeing a record bailout by The IMF, Argentina's currency is back in freefall, collapsing to more than 26 pesos per dollar as Argentine truckers plan a national strike on Thursday that investors fear will push the government to fold on reforms... and growing anxiety over BRCA's decision.

Companies rejected demand for 27% wage increases from truck drivers, Hugo Moyano, leader of the nation’s truckers union, says in press conference, confirming plans for a nationwide strike on Thursday.

Additionally, it appears BCRA’s decision to withdraw its USD5b daily offer shook the FX market. The central bank was absent from the...

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GEERT WILDERS PUTS THE POLITICAL ELITES ON NOTICE - ROBERT SPENCER

Geert Wilders spoke at a massive rally for Tommy Robinson on Saturday. 20,000 people came out to call for Tommy’s release, and Wilders took the opportunity to put the political elites of Britain and continental Europe on notice.

“Our governments,” Wilders declared, “sold us out with mass immigration...

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MAN BITES STRAPHANGER'S LIP OFF IN SUBWAY STATION BRAWL - NEW YORK POST

He bit off more than he could chew.

A brawl between two Brooklyn straphangers turned gory over the weekend when one man bit off part of another guy’s lip, according to police and a video of the incident.

The two unidentified combatants got into a scuffle inside the Utica Avenue 4/5/6 station in Crown Heights at about 10 p.m. Saturday, police said.

The men first circled one another and postured while a crowd of onlookers egged them on, according to graphic cell-phone footage posted to YouTube.

“Just swing!” one spectator can be...

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FACEBOOK IS HIRING "NEWS CRIDIBILITY SPECIALISTS" THAT WILL PASS JUDGEMENT ON WHICH SITES ARE "CREDIBLE" AND WHICH SITES ARE NOT - WASHINGTON STANDARD

The war on “fake news” is about to go to an entirely new level. According to media reports, Facebook has been seeking to hire “news credibility specialists” that will be tasked with “evaluating” which news publishers are “credible” and which are not...

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A CRANK CALLED COLORADO POLICE TO SHUT DOWN KIDS' LEMONADE STAND, AND IT WORKED - THE FEDERALIST

There is nothing more American than little kids in the neighborhood running a lemonade stand. It’s not a European thing, nor is it a Chinese thing.

Only in America. For generations, lemonade stands have become a staple of summer and, like apple pies, one of the best things to demonstrate the American spirit: earning your own spending money through entrepreneurship.

That’s why Jennifer Knowles, a Denver mom of three boys, thought it was a good idea to have her boys run a lemonade stand in their Stapleton, Colorado, neighborhood this past Memorial Day. She hoped to teach...

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WHAT'S GOING ON WITH JUSTIN TRUDEAU'S EYEBROW? - DAILY CALLER

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared to be losing an eyebrow when speaking with reporters on Thursday at the G7 Summit.

French President Emmanuel Macron and Trudeau addressed reporters at the summit, and Trudeau trashed the United States for implementing new...

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TSA CRITICIZED OVER VIDEO SHOWING AGENTS SEARCHING 96-YEAR-OLD WOMAN IN WHEELCHAIR - THE HILL

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents are facing heavy criticism on social media after a video of a 96-year-old woman in a wheelchair being searched by agents at Washington Dulles International Airport was seen by almost 9 million people last month.

Jeanne Clarkson told CBS News that she was furious that her mother, who is seen in the video being patted down by TSA agents in her chair with a metal detector, was treated in such a manner.

"I was just shocked. I've traveled with her before, I've been in a wheelchair myself unable to walk through the...

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STATE DEMOCRAT PARTIES ACCUSED OF ILLEGALLY FUNNELING $84M INTO HILLARY CLINTON'S CAMPAIGN - GATEWAY PUNDIT

A federal lawsuit filed in a Virginia court this week by attorney Dan Backer accused as many as 40 state Democrat parties of illegally funneling $84 million into Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

“You had individuals giving $300,000. They’re not doing it because they...

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GERMAN GOVERNMENT TO FUND 'FEMINIST PORN' FOR SEX ED IN SCHOOLS - YOUR NEWS WIRE

The German government wants to provide state funding for “feminist pornography” which will be shown in classrooms nationwide in an effort to tackle racist and sexist stereotypes.

Germany’s SPD party says the porn will be made available to public broadcasters and shown to young children during sex education classes.

Rt.com reports:The party voted to promote alternative porn at its state party conference in Berlin this month. “Mainstream porn generally shows sexist and racial stereotypes in which consent is not a theme and certain ‘optimal’ body types are made as standard,” the SDP proposal reads...

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TRUMP CALLS TRUDEAU "VERY DISHONEST & WEAK", REFUSES TO SIGN G7 STATEMENT - BREITBART

President Donald Trump unloaded on Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau Saturday for remarks the G7 summit host made on trade, announcing the U.S. will not endorse the communique signed by the seven largest advanced economies in the world.

“Based on Justin’s false statements...

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UNHINGED LEFTIST JOHN CUSACK CALLS FOR VIOLENT COUP AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP - TRUTHFEED

Radical liberal activist and actor John Cusack seemed to take a break from threatening the President for a while. Now, he’s back, and he’s calling for a coup against President Trump, and is urging his deranged “followers” to take to the streets in “rage,” ordering them not to leave until Trump is “gone.”

Cusak wrote:

“occupy streets & squares, & keep going until he’s gone - The job is to make those in power scared. Our job is to scare the shit out of them, because that’s the only way power reacts. Politics is a game of fear. Appealing to its better nature is a waste of time Shut them down”...

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TWITTER FINALLY DE-VERIFIES LOUIS FARRAKHAN AFTER 'SATANIC JEW' RANT - DAILY CALLER

Twitter appears to have de-verified Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan on Friday, two days after he ranted about “Satanic Jews” and the “Synagogue of Satan.”

Farrakhan is a notorious racist and anti-Semite who has close ties to several Democratic members of Congress. “I wonder will you...

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THIS COULD BE THE END OF OBAMACARE - BETSY MCCAUGHEY

ObamaCare could soon be history, thanks to a lawsuit filed by 20 states that claim the Affordable Care Act is no longer constitutional.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is so sure the states are right that he’s folding his cards. In a rare move, the Justice Department won’t defend a federal law.

The lawsuit argues that last December, when Congress repealed the penalty for not having ObamaCare insurance, it removed the only constitutional grounds for ObamaCare. Remember that in 2012, the first time the constitutionality of the health law was challenged, Chief Justice John Roberts slyly called the penalty for not having insurance a...

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IRAN ADMITS TO FACILITATING 9/11 TERROR ATTACKS - WFB

Iranian officials, in a first, have admitted to facilitating the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. by secretly aiding the free travel of al Qaeda operatives who eventually went on to fly commercial airliners into the Twin Towers in New York City, according to new remarks from a senior Iranian official.

Mohammad-Javad Larijani, an...

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CHINESE HACKERS STOLE 614 GIGABYTES OF SENSITIVE NAVY DATA - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Hackers for the Chinese government compromised computers of a Navy contractor and stole highly sensitive data related to undersea warfare, according to U.S. officials. The data stolen included secret plans for the Navy to develop a supersonic anti-ship missile, these officials told the Washington Post.

The January and February breaches targeted a contractor that works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, which is a military organization in Rhode Island that conducts research and development for submarines and other underwater weaponry.

The Chinese government hackers were able to take 614 gigabytes of...

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SWEDEN'S LEFT COLLAPSES: ANTI-MIGRATION PARTY BECOMES LARGEST OF THE COUNTRY, POLL SHOWS - VOICE OF EUROPE

Jimmie Åkesson and his Sweden Democrats (SD) are on their way to become Sweden’s biggest party during the next election on 9 September this year.

The SD gained 3% of support since the latest poll and is now at 26.1%. At the same time the Prime Minister’s...

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AUSTRIA TO SHUT DOWN MOSQUES, EXPEL FOREIGN-FUNDED IMAMS - REUTERS

Austria’s right-wing government plans to shut seven mosques and could expel dozens of imams in what it said was “just the beginning” of a push against radical Islam and foreign funding of religious groups that Turkey condemned as racist.

The coalition government, an alliance of conservatives and the far right, came to power soon after Europe’s migration crisis on promises to prevent another influx and restrict benefits for new immigrants and refugees.

The moves follow a “law on Islam”, passed in 2015, which banned foreign funding of religious groups and created a duty for Muslim...

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GOP LAWMAKERS PASS $15 BILLION SPENDING RESCISSION PACKAGE - DAILY SIGNAL

The House of Representatives voted 210-206 Thursday night to claw back $15 billion in appropriated spending, making good on the lead of President Donald Trump, who submitted the rescission request last month.

“The administration applauds today’s passage of H.R. 3, the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary...

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DIRTY MCCABE INTERROGATED MIKE FLYNN FOR RUSSIA HOAX AT SAME TIME FLYNN WAS WITNESS AGAINST MCCABE IN SEX DISCRIMINATION CASE - GATEWAY PUNDIT

Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter this week to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstien who is currently leading the Department of Justice. As we have previously reported numerous times Jeff Sessions is still hiding under his desk.

In the letter Charles Grassley pointed out to Rosenstein that General Mike Flynn was a witness against Andrew McCabe in a sex abuse case when McCabe came to interview him.

McCabe later reportedly altered the 302 interview reports and Mike Flynn was forced out of the Trump Campaign. Additionally, former...

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FOX NEWS STAR CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER REVEALS HE HAS WEEKS TO LIVE IN HEARTBREAKING LETTER - FOX NEWS

Charles Krauthammer, the beloved and brilliant Fox News Channel personality who gave up a pioneering career in psychiatry to become a Pulitzer Prize-winning political analyst, on Friday revealed the heartbreaking news that he is in the final stages of a losing battle with cancer. The 68-year-old’s incisive...

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RIGGED: NEW FBI EMAILS SUGGEST DECISION TO CLEAR HILLARY CLINTON WAS MADE SEVERAL MONTHS BEFORE COMEY'S ANNOUNCEMENT - TRUE PUNDIT

Judicial Watch today released 16 pages of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) documents related to the June 2016 tarmac meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton showing involvement of the FBI’s former Chief of Counterespionage Peter Strzok.

The new documents were obtained by Judicial Watch in response to an October 2016 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice? (No. 1:16-cv-02046)) filed after the Justice Department failed to comply with a July 7, 2016, FOIA request seeking...

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WASHINGTON CAPITALS BEAT VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS TO WIN STANLEY CUP - FOX NEWS

For the first time in franchise history, the NHL's Washington Capitals have won the Stanley Cup.

The Caps took the Stanley Cup Final four games to one, with a 4-3 victory Thursday night in Las Vegas over the Vegas Golden Knights, a first-year expansion team that made a stunning run to the championship round...

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YOU'RE FIRED: MICK MULVANEY CANS ENTIRE CFPB ADVISORY BOARD - TOWNHALL

It’s an agency that you wouldn’t think would be in the news much, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau became another front in the war against the Trump administration for the Left.

Now, acting director Mick Mulvaney has just fired the entire 25-member advisory board, which was starting to criticize the front office. Last night, Mulvaney told its members that they were being replaced. You’re fired, as Trump would say. It’s a purge, some late spring-cleaning but one that could bring this administration into conflict with congressional Democrats (via WaPo):

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of...

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JAMES A. WOLFE, FORMER HOUSE INTEL PANEL SECURITY DIRECTOR, INDICTED FOR ALLEGEDLY LYING TO FBI - FOX NEWS

A former security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee - who was in charge of maintaining all classified information from the Executive Office to the panel - was indicted for allegedly giving false statements to FBI agents looking into possible leaks to reporters, the Justice Department announced...

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TRUMP SIGNS VA LAW TO PROVIDE VETERANS MORE PRIVATE HEALTH CARE CHOICES - USA TODAY

President Trump signed legislation Wednesday paving the way for a major overhaul of the Department of Veterans Affairs and expanded access for veterans to VA-funded care in the private sector.

The measure, which passed both chambers of Congress last month with overwhelming bipartisan support, delivers on a key campaign promise for Trump, who pledged to provide veterans with more non-VA health care choices.

"What a beautiful word that is - choice - and freedom to our amazing veterans," Trump said at the signing ceremony. "All during the campaign I'd go out and say, 'why can't they...

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AMERICANS' WEALTH SURPASSES $100 TRILLION - WALL STREET JOURNAL

Americans’ wealth surpassed the $100 trillion mark for the first time in early 2018, as rising home prices offset the hit to households’ assets from a stock-market swoon in the first quarter.

Household net worth - the value of all assets such as stocks and real estate minus liabilities like mortgage and...

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MSU HEALTH PHYSICIST ACCUSED OF BESTIALITY WITH BASSET HOUND - FOX NEWS

A Michigan State University health physicist was charged Monday on two counts of sodomy for allegedly committing bestiality, The Lansing State Journal reported.

Joseph Hattey, 51, was released from Ingham County Jail on a personal-recognizance bond following his arraignment, FOX 2 reported.

When asked by a FOX 2 reporter about the accusations as he left the jailhouse, Hattey said “I don't want to be on camera, no comment.” Hattey is accused of penetrating a basset hound with both hands and penis, the newspaper reported. The charges came down after a joint investigation by the Ingham County Sheriff’s...

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TREASONOUS OBAMA REGIME GAVE IRAN SECRET ACCESS TO U.S. FINANCIAL SYSTEM AS PART OF INSANE NUCLEAR DEAL - USA TODAY

The Obama administration gave Iran brief access to the U.S. financial system as part of the Iran nuclear deal despite specifically telling Congress that such access would remain banned under terms of the controversial agreement, a report released Wednesday by Senate Republicans claims...

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FEDS SPEND $583,211 FIGHTING OBESITY BY MAKING PEOPLE TAKE THE BUS - WFB

The National Institutes of Health is spending over $500,000 for a study that aims to fight obesity by making people take the bus. The study, being conducted by Texas A&M University, will let residents of El Paso take the bus for free to see if walking to the bus stop and riding the bus will help them lose weight.

Taxpayer-funded researchers call taking the bus to lose weight "innovative."

"Obesity, which poses a major risk factor for the onset or exacerbation of many chronic conditions in the U.S (e.g. cancer, diabetes, and heart disease), calls for innovative intervention approaches to promote...

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STUNNING: AWOL ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS REFUSES TO TO BRING CHARGES AGAINST PAKISTANI AWAN BROTHERS - GATEWAY PUNSIT

Daily Caller investigative journalist Luke Rosiak joined Lou Dobbs to discuss the latest in the Imran Awan Pakistani hacking scandal.

Imran Awan worked for Debbie Wasserman Schultz for thirteen years since she came into office in 2004...

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AMERICANS EVACUATE FROM U.S. CONSULATE IN CHINA AFTER DEBILITATING SONIC ATTACKS - ZERO HEDGE

Several U.S. citizens have been evacuated from the U.S. consulate in Guangzhou, China, after falling ill with various neurological symptoms from mysterious "sonic attacks" similar to incidents reported in Havana Cuba which left 20 State Department employees with serious injuries.

On Wednesday night, consulate worker Mark Lenzi and his family were evacuated after hearing strange noises over the course of several months, which Lenzi described as "marbles bouncing and hitting a floor then rolling on an incline with a static sound," according to the Washington Post. At first, he and his wife thought that their neighbor - a fellow Foreign...

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50,308 STOPPED AT MEXICAN BORDER LAST MONTH, UP 203% FROM MARCH '17 - CNS

More than fifty thousand people - 50,308 - were either apprehended or deemed inadmissible at the Southwest border last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said on Wednesday. It's the highest monthly total of the Trump presidency.

The 50,308 apprehended...

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THERE ARE NOW MORE JOB OPENINGS THAN UNEMPLOYED WORKERS IN THE U.S. - THE HILL

There are now more job vacancies than unemployed workers to fill them in the U.S. for the first time since 2000.

Data released on Tuesday by the Labor Department showed a record 6.7 million job openings in the U.S. in April, a slight increase from 6.63 million in March.

The data also showed just 6.35 million workers categorized as unemployed, down from 6.59 million in March.

“Never before have we had an economy where the number of open jobs exceeds the number of job seekers,” Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta said, according to the Los...

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DOJ INSPECTOR GENERAL: JAMES COMEY DEFIED AUTHORITY DURING CLINTON PROBE - YAHOO NEWS

The Justice Department's internal watchdog has concluded that James Comey defied authority at times during his tenure as FBI director, according to sources familiar with a draft report on the matter.

One source told ABC News that the draft report explicitly used the word "insubordinate" to describe Comey's...

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CNN'S RATINGS COLLAPSE MARCHES INTO JUNE - BREITBART

Far-left cable channel CNN suffered a massive ratings collapse in May. June is shaping up to be worse.

CNN stumbled out of May with a massive -25 percent ratings collapse when compared to the same month last year.

Because Fox News actually experienced total viewer growth and MSNBC’s loss was a negligible two percent, we know the problem is CNN and not the news cycle or Americans tiring of the news.

To understand just how awful of a week CNN just had, you have to understand just how bad the entire month of May was for the anti-Trump cable channel. Average Total...

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SOLDIER STEALS ARMORED VEHICLE, TAKES IT ON TWO-HOUR JOY RIDE THROUGH VIRGINIA - REUTERS

A soldier stole an armored personnel carrier from a National Guard base in Virginia on Tuesday and took the vehicle on a two-hour drive that ended in a police chase through downtown Richmond, the state capital, state police said.

The unidentified man took the vehicle at about 7:50 p.m. from Fort Pickett...

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TRUMP'S "TRADE WAR" IS WORKING: U.S. TRADE DEFICIT COLLAPSES - ZERO HEDGE

One month after the biggest plunge in the U.S. trade deficit since the financial crisis - good news for Trump who has engaged in "trade war" with the rest of the world to boost U.S. trade and exports - the good news continued in April, when according to the Census Bureau, the U.S. deficit shrank again, down 2.1% from a revised $47.2BN to $46.2BN - the lowest since September 2017, and beating not only the $49BN consensus estimate, but also also the lowest Wall Street estimate of $46.2BN.

The number was so good, some were wondering why Trump didn't pre-tweet it, as he did with the payrolls report. Incidentally, with today's revision, the March plunge in the...

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SLIMEBALL ANDREW MCCABE SEEKING IMMUNITY FOR SENATE TESTIMONY ON CLINTON EMAIL PROBE - THE HILL

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is seeking legal immunity in exchange for his testimony on the agency's handling of the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

A lawyer for McCabe wrote to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley...

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REP. KRISTI NOEM WINS SOUTH DAKOTA GOP GOVERNOR PRIMARY - FOX NEWS

U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem won South Dakota's Republican primary for governor on Tuesday, defeating Attorney General Marty Jackley to emerge as the favorite to become the state's first female governor.

GOP primary voters made Noem the only woman South Dakota Republicans have nominated for the state's top job. She advanced to face well-funded Democrat Billie Sutton, a state senator and former professional rodeo cowboy, in the November general election.

Noem credited her primary victory in part to traveling around the state and talking about policies that cast a bold new vision for South Dakota...

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ROGER WICKER WINS MISSISSIPPI GOP PRIMARY IN LANDSLIDE - DAILY CALLER

Mississippi Republican Sen. Roger Wicker won the state’s primary election against businessman Richard Boyanton in a landslide victory Tuesday night.

The win comes months after President Donald Trump endorsed Wicker and hours after Trump sent out his support for Wicker in a...

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SETH GROSSMAN WINS GOP PRIMARY IN NEW JERSEY'S 2ND DISTRICT - THE OBSERVER

In a stunning upset, Seth Grossman won the Republican nomination for Congress in New Jersey’s 2nd district on Tuesday night, emerging from a crowded primary race to replace retiring Rep. Frank LoBiondo.

Grossman, a former Atlantic County freeholder and Atlantic City councilman, received 40 percent of the vote as of 10:30 p.m., according to The New York Times.

Hirsh Singh, a South Jersey engineer who was the perceived frontrunner of the race, had nearly 31 percent. Former Assemblyman Sam Fiocchi followed with 22 percent of the vote, while former FBI agent Robert Turkavage had 7 percent...

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STEVE KING WINS IOWA 4TH DISTRICT GOP PRIMARY - KWWL

Incumbent Rep. Steve King has won the Republican nomination as he seeks a ninth term representing Iowa's sprawling 4th District.

King beat college administrator Cyndi Hanson in Tuesday's primary election and now will face the winner of a three-person Democratic primary. Since he was first elected in 2002, King has typically cruised to easy...

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KAY IVEY TAKES THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR ALABAMA GOVERNOR, MOVING ON TO THE GENERAL ELECTION - WHNT

Gov. Kay Ivey clinched the Republican nomination in Alabama’s gubernatorial primary race Tuesday, and now she seeks to win the office outright after her appointment 14 months ago, when predecessor Robert Bentley resigned in the fallout of a sex-tinged scandal.

She will face Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox, who won the Democratic nomination. Alabama hasn’t elected a Democrat to the governor’s office since 1998, but the party has been energized by a win in December’s U.S. Senate race and seeks a resurgence in state politics.

Maddox defeated former Alabama...

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MATT ROSENDALE WINS MONTANA GOP SENATE PRIMARY - ROLL CALL

State Auditor Matt Rosendale won the GOP nomination Tuesday night to take on Montana Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in November.

With 96 percent of precincts reporting, Rosendale led a four-way field with 34 percent of the vote, according to The Associated Press. Former district judge Russ Fagg was in second place with 29 percent...

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MANHUNT IN LONDON AFTER ONE-YEAR-OLD BABY, WOMAN STABBED BY MUSLIM MAN IN BROAD DAYLIGHT - BREITBART

A one-year-old boy is in a critical condition after he and his mother were stabbed in Feltham, London, where police told neighbours to lock their doors and windows after the attack.

At 7.12pm on Monday evening officers were called to a residential address in the London Borough of Hounslow where the woman, reportedly in her 30s, and a baby were found with stab wounds.

London’s Metropolitan Police released a mugshot for Rehan Khan Tuesday afternoon, warning members of the public “do not approach”. In a statement, the force said the man...

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TRUMP: RUSSIA WITCH HUNT IS JEFF SESSIONS' FAULT - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

President Trump blamed Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday morning for allowing the Russia investigation to continue for longer than it should, all because Sessions recused himself from the probe.

“The Russian Witch Hunt Hoax continues, all because Jeff Sessions didn’t tell me he was going to...

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THE MISS AMERICA PAGEANT JUST COMMITTED SUICIDE - ZERO HEDGE

In the latest effort to signal as much virtue as possible, the Miss America beauty contest is scrapping its swimsuit and evening-gown section and will no longer be judged on physical appearance.

Contestants will instead be asked to demonstrate their "passion, intelligence and overall understanding of the job of Miss America."

"We are no longer a pageant," Gretchen Carlson, the first former Miss America to be named chair of the Board of Trustees of the Miss America Organization, said on "GMA." "We are a competition." "I could have never expected what would happen when I sued my former employer at Fox News for sexual harassment...

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GUN-FREE BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND: MASKED THUGS RAM CAR, BATTER WINDOWS WITH MACHETE AND HAMMER IN TERRIFYING DAYTIME ATTACK - THE SUN

This horrifying footage shows the moment two masked thugs rammed a car and smashed a motorist’s window with a machete and hammer.

In the terrifying clip, two balaclava-clad men in a silver BMW rammed into a Toyota Yaris on a residential...

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8 REASONS TO STILL HATE OBAMACARE - STEPHEN MOORE

Remember Obamacare? The fight is far from over on the future of the Obama-era health insurance overhaul.

Republicans are making a list-ditch effort this year to turn the program and the money over to the state. This isn’t full Obamacare repeal, but would make a world of sense because states would be free to experiment and find ways to reduce costs and provide better services.

Democrats are adopting a new political spin, which is that everything is fine with Obamacare. They claim that the only reason premium and deductible costs keep exploding is because President Donald Trump repealed the individual mandate tax - which was nothing more than an...

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CAFETERIA WORKER GETS NO JAIL TIME FOR STEALING NEARLY $120,000 FROM GEORGIA SCHOOL - BREITBART

A former high school cafeteria manager who pleaded guilty on Friday to stealing nearly $120,000 from a Georgia school over five years will not receive any jail time for her crime.

Brenda Watts pleaded guilty to one count of theft by conversion for taking money from students and depositing...

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STARBUCKS EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN HOWARD SCHULTZ STEPS DOWN - USA TODAY

Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz, who as CEO shepherded the Seattle-based coffee chain into a global heavyweight, is stepping down later this month.

Schultz's 40 years with the company - marked by his proving that people will pay up for coffee and making Frappuccino a household word - will end June 26. His honorary title will be chairman emeritus, according to Starbucks. He handed over the CEO duties to Kevin Johnson in April 2017.

"Many of you also know that I set out to build a company that my father, a blue-collar worker and World War II veteran, never had a chance to work for," he wrote in a letter to...

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GUN SALES SET RECORD AGAIN IN MAY - WFB

The number of gun-related background checks reached an all-time high once again in May, a report posted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Monday shows.

In May 2018, the FBI processed 2,002,992 queries through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). That's more than any previous May in the...

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INDIA TEST FIRES MOST ADVANCED NUCLEAR-CAPABLE ICBM - THE DIPLOMAT

India has successfully test fired its most advanced nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the Agni-V, the Indian Ministry of Defense (MoD) said in a statement.

The missile was fired from a mobile launcher on June 3 at 9:45 a.m. local time from the Integrated Test Range on Abdul Kalam island in the Bay of Bengal off the coast of the eastern Indian state of Odisha.

“All the radars, electro optical Tracking stations and telemetry stations tracked the vehicle all through the course of the trajectory,” the MoD “All the mission objectives have been achieved.” This marks the sixth test launch of the three-stage...

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DOCUMENTS SHOW MUELLER'S FBI WITHHELD EVIDENCE IN WRONGFUL CONVICTION CASE - DAILY CALLER

As FBI director in 2002, Special Counsel Robert Mueller directed his agents to oppose the pardons of four wrongfully imprisoned men because exculpatory evidence was merely “fodder for cross-examination,” newly revealed FBI documents show.

Four years later, the four men, or their estates, were awarded $102 million...

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TRUMP DISINVITES AMERICA-HATING NFL TEAM FROM WHITE HOUSE - THE HILL

President Trump on Monday abruptly announced that Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles would not visit the White House on Tuesday, citing the team's participation in national anthem protests.

"The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow. They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country," Trump said in a statement.

"The Eagles wanted to send a...

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ALEX JONES CHASES BERNIE SANDERS THROUGH AIRPORT: 'WHERE YOU RUNNING, BRO?' - WASHINGTON TIMES

Campaign rhetoric from 2016 came back to haunt Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders this week during a run-in with Info Wars’ Alex Jones in Los Angeles International Airport.

One of America’s most famous socialists looked stunned and confused on Monday as the face of...

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SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH COLORADO BAKER WHO REFUSED TO MAKE WEDDING CAKE FOR SAME-SEX COUPLE - FOX NEWS

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, in one of the most closely watched cases of the term.

In a 7-2 decision, the justices set aside a Colorado court ruling against the baker - while stopping short of deciding the broader issue of whether a business can refuse to serve gay and lesbian people. The opinion was penned by Justice Anthony Kennedy, who is often the swing justice in tight cases.

The narrow ruling here focused on what the court described as anti-religious bias on the Colorado Civil...

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IN LATEST PRIVACY SCANDAL, FACEBOOK GAVE APPLE, AMAZON AND OTHERS UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS TO USER DATA - ZERO HEDGE

Facebook has been giving user data to at least 60 major device manufacturers over the last decade - including Apple, Amazon, BlackBerry, Microsoft and Samsung - as part of a data-sharing partnership program which allowed the companies to integrate various features such as....

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NEW ITALIAN ITERIOR MINISTER TO MIGRANTS: 'PACK YOUR BAGS' - BREITBART

Italy’s new hardline interior minister Matteo Salvini will be in Sicily Sunday to push the anti-immigration platform that propelled him to power at one of the country’s main landing points for refugees.

The head of the far-right League is on the road seeking to rally support for his party’s candidates in municipal elections later this month, as part of a broader effort to boost the traditionally secessionist party’s profile in the country’s poorer south.

But immigration is Salvini’s primary bugbear and the newly minted deputy prime minister in Italy’s populist coalition government has added a stop in migration hotspot Pozzallo....

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AT LEAST 25 KILLED AS GUATEMALA'S FUEGO VOLCANO ERUPTS - USA TODAY

At least 25 people were killed when a volcano erupted in Guatemala, sending lava flowing into villages, and leaving homes and roads blanketed with ash.

Authorities fear the death toll could rise further because many people are unaccounted for. President Jimmy...

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IT'S NOW AGAINST THE LAW IN CALIFORNIA TO SHOWER AND DO LAUNDRY ON THE SAME DAY - TRUE PUNDIT

Governor Jerry Brown is retiring but not before he passes a few draconian laws as parting gifts for California.

Two bills were signed into law on Thursday of last week to “help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of climate change.”

The mandatory water conservation standards will be permanent, according to their wording, and not just for use in times of crisis. To make a long story short, now that these bills are law, it’s illegal to take a shower and do a load of laundry in the same day because you’ll exceed...

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VIRGINIA: WANNABE PRESIDENTIAL ASSASSIN AND SELF-DESCRIBED PEDOPHILE/RAPIST RUNNING FOR CONGRESS - DAILY CALLER

A self-described pedophile and rapist who was imprisoned for threatening to assassinate the President of the United States is running for Congress, and The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Anders Hagstrom will tell you who’s to blame. Nathan Larson is the candidate, running in...

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LONG ISLAND MAN ARRESTED FOR POSSESSING 6 MILLION CHILD PORN PICTURES AND MOVIES - LAW & CRIME

A Long Island man has been charged and arrested after six million pictures and videos of child pornography and erotica in various formats were allegedly discovered in his home.

David Johnson of Amityville, 58, was in possession of the largest collection of child pornography discovered in Suffolk County, totaling to to 6.6 million stored across 24 devices, prosecutors said.

Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini said the images were filed by race, age, and various characteristics and ranged from erotica to videos of child rape...

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CHEMOTHERAPY 'USELESS' AND 'HARMFUL' FOR BREAST CANCER PATIENTS, STUDY FINDS - YOUR NEWS WIRE

Breast cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy are putting themselves in unnecessary danger, according to a landmark study.

Researchers estimate that over 123,000 women in the U.S. and 23,000 in the UK are subjected to harsh...

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MASSACHUSETTS TOWN TELLS BUSINESS TO REMOVE 'EXCESSIVE' AMERICAN FLAGS - DAILY WIRE

A small town in the liberal state of Massachusetts issued a violation of zoning codes to a business that lined up some 200 flags along its property to celebrate America's veterans on Memorial Day.

“On Saturday we came out and we lined this with 200 flags in support of our deceased veterans and all the people who have served,” says Jon Crandall who works at Laer Realty in Chelmsford, according to CBS-Boston.

The realty company planted the flags in front of the office for Memorial Day, but on Friday, “There was a note in the door from the building department stating we had a violation, a flag...

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TEXAS GOVERNOR UNVEILS PLAN FOR ARMED VETERANS IN SCHOOLS - BREITBART

Governor Greg Abbott’s (R) security plan in response to the Santa Fe High School attack includes placing armed veterans in Texas schools for defense of students and teachers.

Details are set forth in the School and Firearm Safety Action Plan, released May 30, 2018. The plan calls for a...

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FBI SPYING ON TRUMP STARTED IN LONDON, EARLIER THAN THOUGHT, NEW TEXTS IMPLICATE OBAMA WHITE HOUSE - ZERO HEDGE

A new report from John Solomon of The Hill ties together several loose threads floating around over the genesis of the FBI/DOJ espionage operation against the Trump campaign, who was involved in the "setup" of campaign aides, and how text messages between FBI employees suggest that the Obama White House was not only aware of the operation - but possibly directing it.

Not only is the timeline moved up from the summer of 2016 to spring, Solomon provides clarification on early contacts between the players involved in DOJ/FBI sting and Trump...

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NEW SAN DIEGO BORDER WALL UNDER CONSTRUCTION, INCLUDES 'ANTI-CLIMBING PLATE' - DAILY CALLER

A key segment of the planned border wall between the United States and Mexico began construction on Friday in San Diego, about a half mile from the Pacific Ocean.

The segment is set to replace around 14 miles of scrap metal improvised...

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LEFTIST NIGHTMARE UPDATE: NEW JERSEY IMPOSES STATE OBAMACARE-STYLE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE - DAILY SIGNAL

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed into law a measure that preserved the Obamacare mandate requiring state residents to buy health insurance.

Starting next year, the bill will require all uninsured residents of the Garden State to buy health insurance or face a tax penalty, which would be deposited into a New Jersey Health Insurance Premium Security Fund. The latter was created by a second bill Murphy also signed Wednesday.

The controversial individual mandate was repealed as a federal requirement as part of the...

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DISNEY UNDER FIRE FOR HIRING CONVICTED PEDOPHILES TO WORK ON KIDS SHOWS - PJ MEDIA

It seems like everyone is noticing the glaring hypocrisy of Disney regarding the decision to cancel Roseanne after her offensive tweets when other employees and personalities have done much worse—including raping kids.

The Twitter account for the...

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HARVARD STUDY EXPLODES PUERTO RICO DEATH RATE TO BASH TRUMP - DANIEL GREENFIELD

Ever since Hurricane Maria hit, there was one thing that the left wanted. And it wanted it now. More dead Puerto Ricans.

The low death toll undermined efforts by the media to transform the hurricane into a Trump scandal. It made a mockery of Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz warning about genocide before sending her aide over to the nearest t-shirt printing shop, miraculously left standing, to print up another slogan shirt for CNN.

The media spread urban legends of morgues packed with thousands of corpses. But they never materialized. Congressional Democrats demanded...

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TRUMP SAYS SINGAPORE SUMMIT WITH KIM JONG UN IS BACK ON AFTER MEETING NORTH KOREAN OFFICIAL - FOX NEWS

President Trump said Friday that a high-stakes summit between him and Kim Jong Un is back on for June 12, following a lengthy meeting with a top North Korean official in the Oval Office.

“We'll be meeting on June 12 in...

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IDAHO TEACHER ACCUSED OF FEEDING PUPPY TO SNAPPING TURTLE CHARGED WITH ANIMAL CRUELTY - IDAHO STATESMAN

A Preston Junior High science teacher accused of animal cruelty for allegedly feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle has been charged in the March 7 incident.

Robert Crosland was charged Friday with one count of misdemeanor animal cruelty, according to online court records. If convicted, he faces penalties of up to six months in jail and up to $5,000 fine.

Marc Gee, superintendent for Preston schools, said Friday afternoon that he heard about the charge being filed but hadn't seen the details. "Once we have seen the details, we will...

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LEFTIST BAKERY IN PORTLAND, OREGON FIRES EMPLOYEES FOR DENYING SERVICE TO BLACK ACTIVIST AFTER CLOSING - KOMO

Two employees of a bakery in Northeast Portland were fired earlier this month for denying a black woman service because the business had closed.

"Back To Eden Bakery" released several public apologies and...

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WINNING: MANUFACTURING JOBS UP 18,000 IN MAY, 322,000 UNDER TRUMP - CNS

Manufacturing jobs in the United States increased by 18,000 in the month of May and have now climbed by 322,000 since President Donald Trump took office, according to new employment data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“Manufacturing employment continued to expand over the month (+18,000),” the BLS said in its monthly employment report released today.

“Durable goods accounted for most of the change, including an increase of 6,000 jobs in machinery,” said BLS. “Manufacturing employment has risen by 259,000 over the year, with about three-fourths of the growth in...

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3 REASONS ROD ROSENSTEIN'S SPECIAL COUNSEL APPOINTMENT WAS ILLEGAL - MARGOT CLEVELAND

After more than one year investigating claims of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, Robert Mueller’s special counsel team has exposed exactly zero evidence of misconduct involving the president in the run-up to the 2016 election. This absence of proof has prompted calls for an end to the...

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DRAINING THE SWAMP: TRUMP HAS CUT FEDERAL PAYROLL BY 24,000 JOBS - CNS

The federal government cut 3,000 jobs in May and federal employment has now dropped by 24,000 since President Donald Trump took office, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Even as federal government jobs were declining, overall employment was increasing - as was employment in state and local government.

In April, there were 2,789,000 people employed in civilian federal government jobs. In May, that declined to 2,786,000, a drop of 3,000. In December 2016, the month before Trump took office, there were 2,810,000 civilians employed in the...

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DENMARK PASSES BAN ON NIQABS AND BURKAS - BBC

It becomes the latest in a number of EU countries to pass such a ban, which mainly affects Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka.

The law was passed by 75 votes to 30 in parliament on Thursday and will come into force on 1 August. Those violating the ban will be forced to pay 1,000 kroner (£118; $157), with fines...

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U.S. AIRSTRIKES TARGETING ISIS SURGE 300 PERCENT - WASHINGTON TIMES

American warplanes are working overtime against Islamic State targets in Syria, with the number of combat sorties in May against the terror group surging over 300 percent compared to recent months, says new airstrike figures released by command officials Friday.

U.S. and coalition combat aircraft flew 225 airstrikes last month, hitting 280 known Islamic State or ISIS redoubts in Syria, located mostly in the volatile Euphrates River Valley, said American commanders with the U.S.-led counterterrorism mission Operation Inherent Resolve.

During a single six-day period in May...

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GOOGLE UNDER FIRE FOR LISTING 'NAZISM' AS THE IDEOLOGY OF THE CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN PARTY - FOX NEWS

Google came under fire on Thursday after an error in its Knowledge Panel listed "Nazism" as the ideology of the California Republican Party.

The error, which was first spotted by political strategist Eric Wilson, showed "Nazism" alongside other...

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UNEMPLOYMENT RATE FALLS TO 18-YEAR LOW; SOLID HIRING IN MAY - WALL STREET JOURNAL

The unemployment rate fell to an 18-year low in May and employers steadily added jobs, signs of enduring strength for the labor market.

U.S. nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 223,000 in May, the Labor Department said Friday. The unemployment rate ticked down to 3.8%, matching April 2000 as the lowest reading since 1969. Wages in May improved modestly, growing 2.7% from a year earlier.

Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal had expected 190,000 new jobs and a 3.9% unemployment rate. Revised figures show employers added 159,000 jobs in April and...

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ITALY'S POPULISTS SURGE TO POWER IN CHALLENGE TO EUROPE - BLOOMBERG

Italy’s populist Five Star Movement and League parties prepared to sweep to power in a spectacular reversal of political fortunes that brings an end to three months of deadlock and opens the way to a period of friction with Europe.

Giuseppe Conte, 53, a law professor...

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FORMER INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS FIND 'INDISPUTABLE ECIDENCE' U.S. INTEL LEADERS WERE LINKED TO BRITISH IN SPYGATE SCANDAL - GATEWAY PUNDIT

Multiple former intelligence officers believe there is indisputable evidence that British Intelligence organizations - GCHQ and MI6 in particular - collaborated with the U.S. intelligence community to portray Donald Trump and his associates as pawns of the Russians.

According to one of the former intelligence officers who spoke to The Gateway Pundit, “this was a coup attempt without firearms; relying instead on manufactured intelligence designed to feed the meme that Trump surrogates were in contact with the Russians.”...

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COST OF FAKE RUSSIAN COLLUSION INVESTIGATION REACHES $17 MILLION - WORLDNETDAILY

A new government report released late Thursday shows the Justice Department has spent more than $17 million on its investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election since the appointment one year ago of special counsel Robert Mueller.

More than $10 million was spent...

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FACEBOOK USE AMONG TEENS PLUMMETS 30% IN THREE YEARS - ZERO HEDGE

Facebook, which has until recently dominated the social media landscape among America's youth, is now just the fourth most popular online platform among teens between ages 13 and 17, with just 51% saying they use it, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center.

Facebook use among teens pales in comparison to YouTube (85%), Instagram (72%) and Snapchat (69%). Twitter is fifth with just 32% of teens reporting using the platform.

The decline in Facebook use is stunning compared to Pew's 2014-2015 study, in which 71% of teens reported being Facebook...

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SEARS, KMART PARENT COMPANY TO CLOSE ANOTHER 63 STORES AS SALES CRISIS CONTINUES - USA TODAY

The parent company of Sears and Kmart plans to close another 63 underperforming stores as the beleaguered department-store chains try to stem bleeding from its long-running decline.

Sears Holdings will shutter 15...

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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION TO SLAP EU WITH STEEL AND ALUMINUM TARIFFS - THE GUARDIAN

The Trump administration is reportedly planning to impose import tariffs on European steel and aluminum after finding no satisfaction in its effort to win trading concessions on the issue.

An announcement dropping the EU from an exemption to global tariffs of 25% on imported steel, and 10% on aluminum, could come on Thursday, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The move is likely to bring retaliatory action from European Union trade regulators who have warned they will target American products as motorcycles, jeans and bourbon if additional US tariffs are imposed...

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TRUMP TO GRANT FULL PARDON TO CONSERVATIVE AUTHOR AND FILMMAKER DINESH D'SOUZA - FOX NEWS

President Trump announced Thursday he will pardon conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, who was convicted of making an illegal campaign contribution in 2014.

“Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D’Souza today. He was treated very...

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FBI AGENTS SET TO TESTIFY AGAINST COMEY AND OBAMA THREATENED WITH MURDER - YOUR NEWS WIRE

Multiple FBI agents set to testify against Barack Obama and James Comey say they are being threatened with murder for daring to speak out.

According to multiple reports, rank-and-file FBI agents who are desperate to testify against the Obama administration for their criminal misdeeds, feel they can’t due to a very real chance of reprisal from the Deep State.

Diamond and Silk reports: According to one special agent, he doesn’t think the bad actors are fearful or concerned about Congressional oversight.” The inmates have been...

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U.S. LEVIES TARIFF ON $50 BILLION IN CHINESE TECH GOODS - BREITBART

The Trump administration announced on Tuesday that it would levy $50 billion of tariffs on certain Chinese tech imports, implement investment restrictions, and enhance export controls on Chinese tech on the basis of national security. The Tuesday announcement is the result of President Donald Trump’s March 22...

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MISSOURI GOVERNOR ERIC GREITENS RESIGNS AMID SCANDALS - KANSAS CITY STAR

Eric Greitens stormed into the Governor’s Office in January 2017 vowing to clean up a state government he said was corrupt.

He resigned Tuesday - effective at 5 p.m. Friday - just as abruptly as he had arrived on Missouri's political scene, his career buried under an avalanche of scandal and felony charges.

Even as he announced his historic decision to step down, Greitens asserted his innocence and argued that he was the victim of a political conspiracy. "This ordeal has been designed to cause an incredible amount of strain on my family...

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TRUMP TWEETS HE "WISHES" HE DIDN'T PICK SESSIONS AS ATTORNEY GENERAL - ZERO HEDGE

In a Wednesday morning tweetstorm, President Trump stated that he wished he had picked someone else to be his attorney general, after extensively quoting from an appearance by outgoing House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy on Fox News. Rep. Trey Gowdy, “I don’t think so, I think...

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ICE SWEEP NABS 156 FOR DEPORTATION IN CHICAGO - WASHINGTON TIMES

Federal officers arrested 156 illegal immigrants and other people eligible to be deported from around the Chicago area over a six-day period, Homeland Security announced Tuesday.

It’s the latest sweep to target “sanctuary city” jurisdictions, which refuse some level of cooperation with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Chicago and Cook County, Illinois, have some of the most generous sanctuary policies in the country.

“‘Sanctuary cities’ not only provide refuge to illegal aliens, but they also protect criminal aliens who prey...

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CRYSTAL METHVIN ARRESTED IN FLORIDA AFTER ALLEGEDLY BEING FOUND IN POSSESSION OF CRYSTAL METH - CIRCA

Crystal Methvin and Douglas Nickerson have been arrested in St. Augustine, Fla. after the pair was allegedly in possession of drugs.

News 4 Jax reports an anonymous call was made to police which led to Methvin and Nickerson's arrests...

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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION REPEALS OBAMA-ERA RULE MANDATING STATES COMPLY WITH GREENHOUSE GAS POLICY - DAILY CALLER

President Donald Trump’s administration repealed a rule forcing states to comply with a policy monitoring greenhouse gas levels from tailpipes of American automobiles.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) signed a final rule May 22 that eliminates a mandate requiring state agencies to establish emission targets, calculate their progress toward those targets, and determine a plan of action if they failed to make progress during a performance period.

The rule repealed the performance management measure assessing...

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SUPREME COURT REJECTS CHALLENGE BY PLANNED PARENTHOOD TO ARKANSAS ABORTION LAW - THE HILL

The Supreme Court on Tuesday left in place an Arkansas law that restricts medication-induced abortions, refusing to hear a challenge brought by Planned Parenthood.

The court refused to hear the case without providing an explanation...

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RUSSIAN LOBBYIST AT TRUMP JR. MEETING ADMITS PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH HILLARY CLINTON - BREITBART

In recently released testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, a key participant at the June 2016 meeting at Trump Tower with President Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. said that he “knows” Hillary Clinton and has a personal relationship with her that dates back to the late 1990s.

Besides describing a direct connection to Clinton, Russian-born Washington lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin also testified that he “knew some people who worked on” Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

Akhmetshin was one of the...

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POLITICAL PRISONER TOMMY ROBINSON OFFERED ASULUM BY GERMAN MP - ZERO HEDGE

A German member of Parliament (MP) has offered British activist Tommy Robinson political asylum following his arrest on Friday for suspicion of breaching the peace while livestreaming outside the trial of a child grooming gang.

“Tommy Robinson is a political...

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ROGUE PIANO PLAYER TASERED AND ARRESTED IN CANADIAN CHURCH - CBC

A Wallaceburg church service was interrupted by a rogue piano player and, later, a police tasering. Chatham-Kent Police Const. Renee Cowell said a man walked into a church on Elgin Street around 11 a.m. Sunday morning.

"[He] entered and began playing the piano, and not your traditional Sunday service hymns," said Cowell. "Members asked him to leave, and when he refused to do so, police were called.

Cowell said the man had run down into the church basement and thrown a chair. "He did become confrontational with our officers...

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GLOBAL MARKETS DESCEND INTO CONTAGIOUS PANIC AS ITALY IMPLODES - ZERO HEDGE

Commenting on today's sheer market chaos as the U.S. and UK return from holiday, Bloomberg writes that "fixed-income markets have descended into panic amid mounting concern over the risk of Italy leaving the euro or leading to its break-up" and while Italy is suffering the biggest losses in peripheral debt, core bonds and...

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BRITISH BUTCHERS 'LIVING IN FEAR' AS CRAZED VEGAN ATTACKS ON THE RISE - DAILY TELEGRAPH

Attacks on small businesses by vegan activists are on the rise, according to the Countryside Alliance. Death threats, stoked by social media and encouraged by international groups of activists, have caused butchers and farmers to "live in fear."

Marlow Butchers, in, Ashford, Kent, was targeted earlier this month by activists who daubed red paint on the doors and windows of the shop.

Since then, the business has been subjected to online abuse. Wayne Marlow, who runs the business with his father and brother, told Kent Online: "On the internet it has been very threatening...

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RARE VIRUS KILLS MORE THAN A DOZEN IN INDIA; HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN IT COULD CAUSE GLOBAL EPIDEMIC - FOX NEWS

More than a dozen people have died after an outbreak of a rare disease in southern India that health officials warn could cause a global epidemic.

Health officials have imposed emergency measures in the southwestern state of Kerala after...

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TEACHER MADE VEGAS CONCERT MASS SHOOTING THREAT IN CHILLING TEXTS SAYING SHE WANTED 'WOMEN TO FEEL EMPOWERED BY BECOMING SERIAL KILLERS' - DAILY MAIL

A Las Vegas high school teacher has allegedly threatened to ‘poke a lot of holes in a lot of people’ because she wanted to start her own #MeToo movement in which ‘women felt empowered to become serial killers.’

Leslie McGourty had allegedly made a threat to shoot herself and others during a concert in Las Vegas. She has been charged with a felony threat to commit an act of terrorism.

McGourty, a physics teacher at Bonanza High School, was arrested by Las Vegas police on campus...

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'RIGHT TO TRY' IS A WIN FOR PATIENT RIGHTS AND PRESIDENT TRUMP - THE HILL

In a victory for patient rights, the House passed the ‘‘Trickett Wendler, Frank Mongiello, Jordan McLinn, and Matthew Bellina Right to Try Act.”

The bill removes the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as an obstacle for incurable, dying patients who want to try promising experimental...

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BRITISH JUDGE CALLS FOR BANNING THE SALE OF LARGE, POINTED KITCHEN KNIVES - PJ MEDIA

The UK is in the midst of an epidemic of knife attacks so, naturally, the idea is being floated to ban them. Crown Court Judge Nic Madge said in a speech that there should be a nationwide program to file down the points of large kitchen knives and to ban their sale.

Telegraph:

Judge Madge told the assembled judges, barristers and court staff: “These offences often seem motiveless - one boy was stabbed because he had an argument a couple of years before at his junior school.” He said laws designed to reduce the availability of weapons to young...

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POLICE: DRUNKEN WRONG-WAY DRIVER OFFERS COPS $50 TO LET HIM GO - WEAR

Portland police say a man who was driving drunk on the wrong side of the street offered officers $50 to let him go.

Police pulled the 43-year-old man over Sunday night as he was driving toward an officer's car on the wrong side of the road at SE Division and...

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TRUMP CONFIRMS NORTH KOREAN OFFICIAL IS HEADED TO NEW YORK - CHICAGO TRIBUNE

President Donald Trump has confirmed that top North Korean official Kim Yong Chol is heading to New York for talks on an upcoming summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump tweeted early Tuesday: "We have put a great team together for our talks with North Korea. Meetings are currently taking place concerning Summit, and more. Kim Young Chol, the Vice Chairman of North Korea, heading now to New York. Solid response to my letter, thank you!"

South Korea's Yonhap News said Tuesday it saw the name of Kim Yong Chol on the passengers' list for a...

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RAMADAN RAGE: ISLAMIC TERRORISTS KILL AT LEAST 203, WOUND 322 IN FIRST 10 DAYS - BREITBART

Jihadists have killed more than 200 people and injured an excess of 300 others so far during Ramadan, the holiest month for Muslims, according to a Breitbart News tally.

In the first ten days of the holy month, which started on May 17 for most...

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CAGED MIGRANT CHILDREN PHOTO GOES VIRAL AS LEFT RAGES AT TRUMP; EXCEPT IT HAPPENED UNDER OBAMA - ZERO HEDGE

A photograph of two migrant children sleeping in a cage at an ICE detention facility quickly went viral on Sunday after several prominent liberals tweeted it in a white-hot rage at President Trump's immigration policy.

After a laundry list of journalists and public figures angrily tweeted the photo - including CNN's Hadas Gold, NYT Mag's editor-in-chief Jake Silverstein, Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau and former LA mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, they deleted their tweets in shame when it emerged that the photo was taken in 2014, under Obama. Indeed - nobody thought to check the date on the attached...

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LITTLE CAESARS EMPLOYEE SHOOTS, KILLS ATTACKER IN CLOWN MASK, POLICE SAY - DAILY CALLER

An employee at a Little Caesars in Florida shot and killed an attacker wearing a clown mask who was armed with scissors Saturday night, according to police.

The employee, Heriberto Feliciano, 28, was reportedly closing the Little Caesars when the attacker ran in...

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THE DEATH OF BRITAIN - ROBERT SPENCER

Two recent arrests in Britain could serve as its epitaph. The first, as captured in this video, was that of a middle-aged woman named Amy who was arrested on Wednesday at her home. Amy herself began filming with her phone as police demanded that she let them in.

When Amy asked them whether she was going to be arrested and asked them what the charge was, they refused to answer, and simply repeated their demand that she let them in, threatening to break down the door if she didn’t.

Watching the video, one shares Amy’s confusion and fear at being confronted by police at her door at...

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1 MILLION BIKERS RIDE INTO D.C. TO PAY HOMAGE TO FALLEN HEROES - BREITBART

As many as one million bikers rode into the nation’s capital on Memorial Day weekend during the annual Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally to honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice so that Americans can enjoy the freedoms we have today. It is the 31st year that bikers from across the country have...

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UK PROTESTERS FLOOD STREETS TO DEMAND THE RELEASE OF IMPRISONED JOURNALIST TOMMY ROBINSON - GATEWAY PUNDIT

Protesters in the UK have flooded Downing Street to demand the release of independent journalist Tommy Robinson.

Robinson, 35, was arrested in the UK on Friday for suspicion of breaching the peace while livestreaming a report on the trial of a child grooming gang. He is now serving a prior 13 month suspended sentence for a similar offense.

In this dystopian nightmare, the father and husband was transported to jail to begin his sentence just hours after his arrest - without the ability to appeal the judge’s decision...

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AFTER YEARS OF STAGNATION UNDER OBAMA, HOUSEHOLD INCOME HITS 50-YEAR HIGH - WESTERN JOURNAL

Former President Barack Obama got plenty of praise for shepherding us through the recovery from the 2008 economic crisis.

However, those on Main Street, USA, knew the truth - things weren’t any better than they had been when...

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FBI: MUELLER STRUCK DEAL TO FREE BILLIONAIRE PEDOPHILE JEFFREY EPSTEIN - YOUR NEWS WIRE

Special Counsel Robert Mueller personally intervened in the FBI’s investigation of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, striking a deal that allowed him avoid prosecution.

According to a series of bombshell FBI documents released on Thursday, known child predator Jeffrey Epstein had a professional relationship with then-FBI Director Robert Mueller.

“Epstein has also provided information to the FBI as agreed upon,” says one of the FBI documents. “Case agent advised that no federal prosecution will occur in this matter as long as Epstein continues to...

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MCDONALD'S TELLS LEFTIST DOUCHEBAGS DEMANDING PLASTIC STRW BAN TO SUCK IT - DOWNTREND

Ever since they were booted out of actual political power by voters, the left has come to rely on the mob instead of the ballot box.

Social media pogroms, boycotts and endless petitions have become the preferred methods of “persuasion” and God help those that don’t fall...

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ENVIRO-WEENIES FORCED TO PAY CHEVRON $38 MILLION IN DAMAGES - DAILY CALLER

The Supreme Court of Gibraltar awarded the oil company Chevron $38 million Friday for damages related to charges alleging the company contaminated the Amazon region of Ecuador.

An Ecuador court issued an $18 billion judgement against Chevron in February 2011 for environmental and social harm the company allegedly caused to the Amazon.

The amount was later reduced to $9.5 billion, but a U.S. district court in New York nullified the judgement due to fraudulent and illegal activities by Steven Donziger, the lead American lawyer behind the lawsuit...

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TRUMP-KIM SUMMIT BACK ON TRACK, MOON SAYS AFTER SECRET MEETING - JAPAN TIMES

With all eyes on next month’s on-again, off-again summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump, Kim reiterated his commitment to the “denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula” and to a Trump sit-down, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Sunday, a day after his secret...

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NEBRASKA FENTANYL BUST SEIZES ENOUGH TO KILL 26 MILLION PEOPLE - USA TODAY

Results this week from a crime lab analysis found that the whopping 118 pounds of narcotics seized by Nebraska State Patrol back in April is all fentanyl, making the bust the state's largest ever and one of the biggest in United States history.

Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid over 30 times more potent than heroin, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). A dose as small as two milligrams can be fatal.

Do the math - as both the Kansas City Star and USA TODAY have done - and you'll find the Nebraska bust included enough fentanyl to kill 26,760,000 people. Nebraska State Patrol...

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NORTH KOREA'S KIM, SOUTH KOREA'S MOON MEET FOR 2ND TIME AMID TRUMP SUMMIT DOUBTS - CIRCA

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in met for the second time in a month on Saturday to discuss carrying out the peace commitments they reached in their first summit and Kim's potential meeting with President Donald Trump, Moon's office said...

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TRUMP SAYS CHINA'S ZTE TO PAY $1.3 BILLION FINE TO RE-OPEN - BLOOMBERG

President Donald Trump said the U.S. would allow Chinese telecommunications-equipment maker ZTE Corp. to remain in business after paying a $1.3 billion fine, changing its management and board and providing “high-level security guarantees.”

In a tweet Friday evening, Trump confirmed a deal that his administration had outlined for members of Congress, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Lawmakers in both parties have expressed concern over his decision to soften an earlier U.S. action against ZTE over what his commerce secretary called “egregious”...

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TRUMP ISSUES EXECUTIVE ORDERS THAT MAKE IT EASIER TO FIRE FEDERAL WORKERS - BUSINESS INSIDER

President Donald Trump on Friday signed three executive orders designed to make it easier to fire federal government workers and to crack down on the unions that represent them, drawing immediate criticism from a group representing federal employees...

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REPUBLICANS INTRODUCE RESOLUTION FOR SECOND SPECIAL COUNSEL TO INVESTIGATE FBI AND FISA ABUSE - TOWNHALL

Twenty-five House Republicans have introduced a resolution officially calling for a second Special Counsel to investigate FBI misconduct and FISA abuse during the 2016 presidential election.

"Here's the now filed 12 pg[page] H.Res.907 w[ith] 25 original cosponsors, detailing misconduct at highest levels of DOJ/FBI re FISA abuse, how/why Clinton email probe ended & Trump-Russia probe began. Also calls for 2nd Special Counsel," Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin tweeted Friday.

As mentioned, the legislation is...

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TRUMP SHAKES LITERALLY EVERY NAVAL ACADEMY GRADUATE'S HAND - DAILY CALLER

President Donald Trump gave a speech to the graduates of the Naval Academy Friday morning. Then, the president went a step further, offering to shake the hands of every single graduate - more than 1,000 midshipmen.

“I was given an option. I could make...

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DISGRACED FORMER FBI DEPUTY DIRECTOR ANDREW NCCABE SPENT 70,000 ON A TABLE, AND THE BUREAU HID IT FROM CONGRESS - THE FEDERALIST

Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, who was fired for lying under oath, spent $70,000 in taxpayer dollars on a conference table.

The FBI also redacted the conference table’s steep price tag from documents that members of the Senate Judiciary Committee requested, in an apparent attempt to hide it from Congress.

In a letter sent to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Wednesday, Sen. Chuck Grassley revealed that the FBI had redacted the cost of the table from a document he and his fellow...

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INSIDE THE "NEW" STARBUCKS: BLOOD-SPATTERED WALLS, WORKERS PRICKED BY NEEDLES AND MORE - ZERO HEDGE

Starbucks is having a terrible time adapting to its new "inclusive" public restroom policy, as employees contend with blood spattered walls, used drug needles, and face-melting waftings from deuce-dropping vagrants filling the store. Oh, and all that was happening before the new...

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APPROXIMATELY 1,475 MIGRANT CHILDREN HAVE BEEN LOST BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT - CIRCA

The Trump administration recently announced a policy that would see migrant children separated from their parents if they were caught crossing the United States border illegally.

Within 48 hours of those children being detained, they are supposed to be transferred to the Department of Health and Human Services to be placed with a caretaker, according to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

However, in testimony given before the Senate on April 26, Acting Assistant Secretary of the Administration for Children and Families Steve Wagner said that...

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5 OUT OF 6 PRISONERS REARRESTED WITHIN 9 YEARS - WFB

Eighty-three percent of state-level prisoners were rearrested within nine years of their release, according to a new analysis released by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).

Of that group, 68 percent had their first rearrest within three years of release. Seventy-nine percent were first rearrested within six years...

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EXPLOSION IN CANADIAN RESTAURANT WOUNDS 15 PEOPLE - CIRCA

An explosion caused by an "improvised explosive device" ripped through an Indian restaurant in a mall in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, wounding 15 people, Canadian police said.

Peel Region Sergeant Matt Bertram said two suspects with their faces covered to conceal their identity entered the Bombay Bhel restaurant late Thursday, dropped some sort of IED device and fled.

"We have no indication to call it a hate crime or any kind of terrorism act," Bertram said. Peel Region paramedic Joe Korstanje said three people suffered critical injuries and...

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TRUMP ISSUES COMMERCIAL SPACE POLICY DIRECTIVE ON EVE OF ANNIVERSARY OF JFK'S SPACE PROGRAM SPEECH - DAILY SIGNAL

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed a space policy directive, calling for “updating and refocusing” those policies in a bid to promote innovation and modernize American commercial space policy.

The White House said the move...

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THE FBI USED ITS SECRET SPY PROGRAM TO PROTECT KILLERS, JAIL INNOCENTS, AND SCREW VICTIMS - SEAN DAVIS

Following reports that the Federal Bureau of Investigation used at least one spy to secretly surveil members of the Trump campaign, fired former FBI director James Comey lashed out at critics of his agency’s activities during the 2016 election.

“Facts matter. The FBI’s use of Confidential Human Sources (the actual term) is tightly regulated and essential to protecting the country,” Comey tweeted on May 23. “Attacks on the FBI and lying about its work will do lasting damage to our country.”

While Comey’s record on truth...

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VIDEO CAPTURES AWARD WINNING COP PULLING HIS GUN ON PHOTOGRAPHER FILMING HIM; OFFICER UNDER INVESTIGATION - WASHINGTON STANDARD

An award-winning San Diego Community College District police officer at Mesa College is on paid administrative leave (paid vacation) as he is under investigation for pulling his gun and aiming it at a photographer who was filming him...

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EX-SPOKANE NAACP PRESIDENT (AND FAKE BLACK WOMAN) RACHEL DOLEZAL CHARGED WITH WELFARE FRAUD - KCPQ

A former NAACP leader in Washington state whose life unraveled after she was outed as a white woman pretending to be black has been charged with welfare fraud.

Rachel Dolezal, who legally changed her name to Nkechi Diallo in 2016, was charged this week with theft by welfare fraud, perjury and false verification for public assistance, Spokane news station KHQ-TV reported Thursday.

She illegally received $8,747 in food assistance and $100 in child care assistance from August 2015 through November 2017, court documents...

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DISGRACED OBAMA AG ERIC HOLDER URGES DOJ/FBI TO UNCONSTITUTIONALLY DEFY PRESIDENT AND 'PROTECT THE INSTITUTIONS' - WASHINGTON TIMES

Former Attorney General Eric Holder publicly urged his former employees at the Justice Department to defy President Trump’s request for transparency and public disclosures of information related to the unprecedented spy operation...

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NORTH KOREA COMES CRAWLING BACK, STRESSING "DESPERATE NEED" FOR SUMMIT "WHENEVER, HOWEVER" - ZERO HEDGE

Update: As if the earlier begging was not enough, it appears Kim wants to make sure that President Trump is aware of his efforts and desire to meet.

Yonhap reports that North Korea's state media said Friday the demolition of its only known nuclear test site has demonstrated its "peace-loving" efforts and pursuit of a "total halt" to nuclear tests.

As we detailed yesterday, North Korea officially demolished the test-site overnight, inviting a number of reporters to witness the event. And today, the Korean Central News...

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THREE FBI AGENTS SET TO TESTIFY, INCLUDING LEAD INVESTIGATOR INTO CLINTON EMAIL PROBE WHO QUIT OVER SHAM INVESTIGATION - GATEWAY PUNDIT

House Republicans are set to interview three witnesses in early June regarding the sham Hillary Clinton email investigation.

According to The Hill, Bill Priestap, the assistant director of the FBI’s...

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CAPITOL POLICE ACCIDENTALLY GAVE EVIDENCE TO HOUSE HACKING SUSPECT'S DEFENSE ATTORNEY - DAILY CALLER

The Capitol Police turned over a trove of evidence in the alleged Imran Awan House cyberbreach and theft case to the defense attorneys when they were supposed to deliver it to prosecutors instead, according to court documents and a source.

And hours after The Daily Caller News Foundation asked prosecutors about the disclosure, Awan’s lawyer said he had learned of the forthcoming story from a source on Capitol Hill. TheDCNF had not told anyone other than prosecutors about it.

“The cop came to [Awan’s defense attorney] Chris Gowen’s office with...

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NFL PLAYERS ALREADY PLANNING NEW WAYS TO PISS OFF FANS FOLLOWING KNEELING BAN - SEAN HANNITY

Professional athletes of the National Football League are reportedly planning “new forms of protests” after the NFL changed their on-field guidelines; requiring all players to stand in a “dignified posture” during the U.S. national anthem...

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MORGAN FREEMAN ACCUSED BY AT LEAST 8 WOMEN OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT - WASHINGTON TIMES

Actor Morgan Freeman is officially a part of the #MeToo movement for all the wrong reasons. The man who played “God” in “Bruce Almighty” and “Red” in “The Shawshank Redemption” is accused by at least eight women of harassment and inappropriate conduct.

The charges are part of a months-long investigation conducted by CNN involving 16 sources.

“[Mr. Freeman] kept trying to lift up my skirt and asking if I was wearing underwear,” one accuser said. CNN entertainment reporter Chloe Melas claims that Mr. Freeman, 80, looked her up and down - during her...

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TRUMP CUTTING FOREIGN AID TO HOME COUNTRIES OF ILLEGAL ALIENS - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

President Trump announced Wednesday that the U.S. will begin to deduct foreign aid from countries whose residents illegally enter the United States.

"Many of these countries we give tremendous amounts of aid to. Tens of millions of dollars. And we're...

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COURT SAYS DOCTORS AND NURSES CAN PRETTY MUCH COMMIT SEXUAL ASSAULT IF DIRECTED BY POLICE - LAW & CRIME

A federal court has ruled that doctors and nurses can perform forced medical procedures against innocent women - invasively violating them anally and vaginally - without their consent so long as police claim it’s necessary and acceptable.

Judge James E. Graves Jr. delivered the panel opinion of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In a tidy summary of the facts of the case, Graves noted [emphasis added]:

Gloria Bustillos (“Bustillos”) is a [56-year-old] U.S. citizen. On September 19, 2013, Bustillos was crossing the Paso del Norte bridge from Juarez...

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TRUMP GRANTS POSTHUMOUS PARDON TO FIRST BLACK HEAVYWEIGHT BOXING CHAMPION JACK JOHNSON - REUTERS

U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday issued a posthumous pardon to boxer Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight champion, who was jailed a century ago due to his relationship with a white woman. “I believe Jack...

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DEEP STATE UPDATE: DOJ EMPLOYEE DONATIONS OVERWHELMINGLY FAVOR DEMOCRATS - WFB

Political donations from those who work at the Department of Justice (DOJ) overwhelmingly favor Democratic candidates so far this cycle, data shows.

Individuals at the DOJ have contributed a total of $192,534 so far this election cycle, with $159,800 (83 percent) of this amount going to Democrats.

Republicans, on the other hand, have been the recipients of just 14 percent of the total contributions from those at the agency, pulling in $27,129 in donations. Throughout the 2016 election cycle, employees at the...

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PRESIDENT TRUMP AWARDS MEDAL OF HONOR TO FORMER NAVY SEAL BRITT SLABINSKI - CIRCA

President Donald Trump has awarded the Medal of Honor to a Navy SEAL who oversaw a daring assault and rescue mission on a snowy Afghanistan mountaintop in 2002.

Trump presented the nation's most prestigious honor for battlefield bravery to Master Chief Special...

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TRUMP CANCELS MEETING WITH KIM JONG UN HOURS AFTER NK BLOWS UP TUNNELS, BUILDINGS AT NUCLEAR SITE - WGNO

North Korea appeared to destroy at least three nuclear tunnels, observation buildings, a metal foundry and living quarters at its Punggye-ri nuclear test site on Thursday, in a process observed by invited international journalists.

A CNN crew at the remote mountain site in the country’s north witnessed explosions at nuclear tunnels 2, 3 and 4, from observation decks about 500 meters away. They were among two dozen journalists invited into the country to observe the apparent destruction of the site.

Hours later, the White House...

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AT LEAST 6 AND POTENTIALLY 7 KNOWN AND SUSPECTED INTELLIGENCE INFORMANTS ACCUSED OF SPYING ON TRUMP CAMPAIGN - GATEWAY PUNDIT

As the Russia meddling into the 2016 U.S. election unwinds, the meddling by the Obama Administration’s CIA and FBI, is becoming surprisingly more and more clear.

Internet sleuth, former D.C...

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LEFTIST NIGHTMARE UPDATE: FEDS TO SPEND $685 BILLION ON OBAMACARE SUBSIDIES THIS YEAR - WASHINGTON STANDARD

Yes, we continue to be plagued by the unconstitutional legislation known as Obamacare, and sadly there are too many people who want government to usurp its constitutional authority and steal from one citizen to pay for another citizen’s health care.

According to a Congressional Budget Office report released Wednesday, the central government will spend $685 billion in taxpayer money to subsidize healthcare for people under 65 in 2018.

According to the report, “In an average month in 2018, about 244 million of those people will have...

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FEDERAL PROSECUTORS LAUNCH SEX-CRIMES INVESTIGATION INTO HARVEY WEINSTEIN - DAILY TELEGRAPH

Federal prosecutors in New York have opened a criminal investigation into sexual assault accusations against Harvey Weinstein, it has been reported, marking a significant escalation in the proceedings against the disgraced Hollywood producer. More than 80 women have come...

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BILLIONAIRE ENVIRO-WEENIE PAYING CONVICTED FELONS TO GATHER SIGNATURES FOR ARIZONA BALLOT INITIATIVE - DAILY CALLER

An organization backed by environmentalist Tom Steyer is allegedly paying convicted felons to gather signatures for a ballot initiative in Arizona - a crime in the state.

Steyer, an environmentalist billionaire who has spearheaded numerous climate change initiatives across the country, is behind a push to increase Arizona’s renewable energy portfolio.

The California activist, through his national NextGen America organization, has completely funded Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona - a group that is campaigning to force...

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SECURITY TROOPS ON U.S. NUCLEAR MISSILE BASE CAUGHT DROPPING ACID - CIRCA

One airman said he felt paranoia. Another marveled at the vibrant colors. A third admitted, "I absolutely just loved altering my mind."

Meet service members entrusted with guarding nuclear missiles that are among the most powerful in America's arsenal. Air Force records obtained...

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UNDERWATER ROBOT DISCOVERS 'HOLY GRAIL' SHIPWRECK CONTAINING $17 BILLION IN TREASURE - BREITBART

An underwater robot discovered the shipwreck of a Spanish ship more than 300 years old containing gold and treasure worth up to $17 billon, according to a report.

Though the shipwreck was discovered three years ago, the underwater robot’s part in the discovery has only just been revealed.

According to WBUR News, “A Spanish galleon laden with gold that sank to the bottom of the Caribbean off the coast of Colombia more than 300 years ago was found three years ago with the help of an underwater autonomous vehicle operated by...

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SENATOR MIKE LEE: JUSTICE KENNEDY RETIRING AT TERM'S END A "VERY REAL POSSIBILITY" - WASHINGTON TIMES

Sen. Mike Lee says the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy is a “very real possibility” that could take place before July.

The Utah Republican added that Justice Kennedy, a Reagan appointee who has split with conservative...

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NFL TEAMS TO BE FINED IF PLAYERS KNEEL DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM - PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE

NFL owners approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests sparked by Colin Kaepernick and polarized by President Donald Trump, permitting players to stay in the locker room during the “The Star-Spangled Banner” but requiring them to stand if they come to the field.

Commissioner Roger Goodell said the change was approved unanimously by the owners at their spring meeting in Atlanta, though San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York told reporters his team abstained from the vote.

The decision was also met with immediate skepticism by the...

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TRUMP VOWS TO ERADICATE VIOLENT ILLEGAL ALIEN GANG DURING LONG ISLAND VISIT - NEWSDAY

President Donald Trump returned to Long Island Wednesday afternoon to highlight the region’s spate of MS-13 gang-related deaths as part of his push for stricter immigration enforcement.

“These are not people - they are...

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EX NAVY SEAL DAN CRENSHAW SECURES LANDSLIDE VICTORY IN TEXAS GOP RUNOFF - WFB

Retired Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw notched a landslide victory Tuesday in the Texas Republican primary runoff for the seat of the retiring U.S. Rep. Ted Poe (R.), securing nearly 70 percent of the vote to his opponent's 30 percent.

Crenshaw's definitive win came less than two months after he finished a distant second behind state Rep. Kevin Roberts in the March 6 primary election, upending early predictions by party operatives that the ex-SEAL didn't have a shot.

"We spent our entire campaign trying to create this fire that spread throughout the district and I think...

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BILL NYE PROPOSES "FREE-MARKET" TAX ON COW FARTS - PJ MEDIA

On Monday, mechanical engineer-turned-science TV host Bill Nye called for a government-mandated "fee" on cow farts.

He even had the gall to refer to this tax as a "free-market" proposal.

"Well, this is what we can do and it's a win-win: to have a fee on carbon,"...

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FBI'S EMBEDDED TRUMP-CAMPAIGN SPY 'VANISHED' IN SEPT. 2017; IS HALPER DEAD OR PLAYING DEAD? - TRUE PUNDIT

Stefan Halper is officially missing. And he has been for a long time. The shocking revelation adds more intrigue to an already mysterious and illicit story unfolding inside the FBI.

It would appear someone with top access in the FBI likely tipped Halper off in the fall of 2017 to go underground, or perhaps something worse is at play.

“He went underground,” one federal law enforcement source said. “We don’t think he is dead but he might be playing dead.” Halper is a professor at the University of Cambridge in the UK. No one has seen him there in...

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COMCAST PREPEARING "SUPERIOR" ALL-CASH BID FOR PARTS OF FOX IN CHALLENGE TO DISNEY DEAL - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

Comcast Corp. on Wednesday confirmed that it is considering and preparing to make what it called a "superior" all-cash bid for large parts of 21st Century Fox, controlled by the Murdoch family, in a challenge to the Walt Disney Co.'s $52.4 billion deal for the same businesses. The cable...

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DANGEROUS TIMES FOR THE CONSTITUTION AND FREEDOM - BRUCE THORNTON

While We the People distract ourselves with porn stars and royal weddings, the cracks in our Constitutional order continue to multiply and widen.

Evidence continues to mount that a sitting president, Barack Obama, colluded in using the nation’s security and surveillance apparatus to subvert the campaign and then presidency of a legitimately elected candidate and president. This effort consisted of numerous illegalities: a mole planted in Donald Trump’s campaign; a FISA warrant granted on the basis of false opposition research paid for by his rival; the outgoing president’s expansion of the number of people...

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SEAN HANNITY BEATS OUT RUSH LIMBAUGH AS TOP TALK RADIO HOST IN AMERICA - DAILY CALLER

Sean Hannity is now the most popular talk radio host in America, beating out the former long-time title holder Rush Limbaugh, according to a site that ranks radio hosts.

Talkers.com rated Hannity first and Limbaugh second. Other hosts in the top 10 include Mark Levin, Howard...

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DEUTSCHE BANK TO FIRE 10,000 EMPLOYEES - ZERO HEDGE

Well that escalated fast: one month after Bloomberg reported that Deutsche Bank would cut 1,000 jobs in the U.S., roughly 10% of its total U.S. labor force, as part of new CEO Christian Sewing's restructuring process, the WSJ this morning writes that executives at the biggest German lender have "zeroed in" on plans to eliminate close to 10,000 jobs, about one in 10 employees, as part of the bank's epic cost-cutting scramble.

The latest plan, part of a process that has divided senior executives and left investors unconvinced, "would extend into 2019, follows months of thorny debate over how fast and deep job losses should be at the beleaguered...

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PUBLIX CENSORS 'SUMMA CUM LAUDE' CAKE MOM ORDERED FOR HER SON'S GRADUATION - SUN-SENTINEL

Saturday was Jacob Kosinski's big day. His whole family, many from out of town, saw the Charleston, South Carolina, student graduate from his Christian-based homeschool program with a 4.89 grade point average and the coveted honor of summa cum laude. His mother, Cara Koscinski...

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THE REAL ORIGINATION STORY OF THE TRUMP-RUSSIA INVESTIGATION - ANDREW C. MCCARTHY

Exactly when is the “late Spring”?

Of all the questions that have been asked about what we’ve called the “Origination Story” of the Trump-Russia investigation, that may be the most important one. It may be the one that tells us when the Obama administration first formed the Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative.

See, it has always been suspicious that the anonymous current and former government officials who leak classified information to their media friends have been unable to coordinate their spin on the start of “Crossfire Hurricane” - the name the FBI eventually gave its Trump...

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BOX OFFICE POISON: JIM CARREY'S NEW MOVIE GOES STRAIGHT TO VIDEO - BREITBART

Last year, Jim Carrey’s The Bad Batch, managed to gross just $181,000 in theaters - and that is the good news. Carrey’s latest movie, the $4.5 million thriller Dark Crimes, just went directly to home video.

Yep, for a measly $6.99, you can watch Jim Carrey’s latest in the...

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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION MOVES TO BAN FEDERALLY FUNDED CLINICS FROM GIVING ABORTION REFERRALS - THE HILL

Family planning clinics that refer patients for abortions or share locations or finances with abortion providers will be ineligible for funding through a decades-old federal family planning program, the Trump administration announced Tuesday.

The Department of Health and Human Services unveiled proposed regulations that would reshape Title X - the federal government's only program solely dedicated to family planning services for low-income women and men.

President Trump is expected to tout the proposed restrictions Tuesday...

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SOURCES: FBI AGENTS WANT CONGRESS TO ISSUE THEM SUBPOENAS SO THEY CAN REVEAL THE BUREAU'S DIRT - DAILY CALLER

Many agents in the FBI want Congress to subpoena them so they can reveal problems caused by former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, three people in direct contact with active field agents tell TheDC. “There are agents all over this country...

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BANK PROFITS SOAR TO RECORD $56 BILLION ON TAX CUTS - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Bank profits soared to a record $56 billion in the first three months of 2018, federal regulators announced Tuesday, as tax cuts stoked the already hot industry.

Profits would have been a record even if banks’ tax rates had remained the same, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman Martin Gruenberg estimated, but the GOP tax law tacked on roughly $6.6 billion in additional profits.

Altogether, bank net income is up more than a quarter over the year. For community banks, the increase is nearly a fifth. The good news for the banking industry came the same...

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JUDGE ORDERS 30-YEAR-OLD DIPSHIT TO MOVE OUT OF HIS PARENTS' HOME - CIRCA

A 30-year-old man has been ordered by a judge to leave his parents' home in Camillus, N.Y. New York State Supreme Court Judge Donald Greenwood ruled Tuesday afternoon that Michael Rotondo must remove himself.

In filings to the court last week...

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TRUMP TO SIGN ROLLBACK OF LEFTIST DODD-FRANK BANKING RULES - WASHINGTON TIMES

The White House said Tuesday night that President Trump will sign into law a sweeping overhaul of bank regulations “as soon as possible” to help boost the economy by spurring more lending from community banks to small businesses.

“This is a really important win,” said a senior administration official. “This is another milestone in our efforts to revitalize the American economy.”

The president hopes to sign the measure into law before Memorial Day, administration officials said. The House voted 258 to 159 to approve the legislation Tuesday, giving the president a chance to make good...

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MS-13 GANGBANGER NAMED 'ANIMAL' SENTENCED TO 40 YEARS IN PRISON FOR STABBING BOY TO DEATH - FOX NEWS

A member of the notorious MS-13 street gang known as "Animal," who admitted to the 2015 killing of a teenage boy in Massachusetts, was sentenced to 40 years in prison, officials said Tuesday.

The U.S. Attorney's Office in...

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THE DNC JUST HAS ITS WORST FUNDRAISING MONTH SINCE 2006 - NTK

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) posted its worst April fundraising numbers since 2006 on Monday, raising less than $8 million in the month of April.

According to the DNC’s Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings, the struggling DNC raised just $7.9 million, which is the organization’s worst April fundraising numbers since April of 2006.

The DNC has raised $95.6 million so far during the 2018 election cycle and has just $8.7 million cash on hand, while also carrying $5.3 million in debt. By comparison, the RNC has shattered fundraising records under...

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FLORIDA ISSUES 'EXTREME ZOMBIE ACTIVITY' ALERT DURING POWER OUTAGE - YOUR NEWS WIRE

Residents of a Florida city who received alerts about a power outage were also warned to look out for zombies

People living in Lake Worth, Florida received the alarming warning on Sunday in an official alert that said the area had “extreme zombie...

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VOTERS CHOOSE NOMINEES AS ELECTION DAY UNFOLDS IN 4 STATES - CIRCA

Four states will cast ballots Tuesday as the 2018 midterm elections take shape. Voters in Arkansas, Georgia and Kentucky hold primaries, while Texans settle several primary runoffs after their first round of voting in March. Some noteworthy story lines:

IN THIS #METOO MIDTERM, A BIG DAY FOR WOMEN

Texans will settle an all-female congressional runoff between liberal activist Laura Moser and Houston attorney Lizzie Fletcher in a Houston-area House race that has become a proxy for the Democratic Party's battle over style and substance. The winner faces Republican Rep. John...

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REP. PAUL GOSAR CALLS FOR PAUL RYAN'S REMOVAL AS SPEAKER, REPLACEMENT WITH JIM JORDAM - BREITBART

Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) on Monday evening became the first sitting GOP member of the House of Representatives to publicly call for the removal of House Speaker Paul Ryan now, rather than on Ryan’s planned schedule post-election, during an interview on Breitbart...

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HOUSE CONSERVATIVES INTRODUCE RESOLUTION CALLING FOR SECOND SPECIAL COUNSEL - THE HILL

House conservatives introduced a resolution on Tuesday calling for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate possible misconduct by the Department of Justice and the FBI during the 2016 presidential race.

"The Justice Department cannot be expected to investigate itself," Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.), flanked by 11 other Republican lawmakers, said at a press conference announcing the measure.

Zeldin said Attorney General Jeff Sessions should tap an independent investigator to examine whether FBI and Justice Department officials...

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RED WAVE: GOP SURGES TO 2018 GENERIC BALLOT LEAD IN NEW REUTERS POLL - TOWNHALL

As Cortney mentioned yesterday, a new CBS News poll shows yet another uptick in Americans' economic optimism, with 64 percent of voters describing the U.S. economy has 'very' or 'somewhat' good, and even more - 68 percent - giving partial or "a great deal" of credit to President Trump. That same survey of likely...

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CHINA UNEXPECTEDLY SLASHES AUTO TARIFFS AFTER TRUMP TRADE TRUCE - ZERO HEDGE

In an unexpected, but notable, victory for President Trump's aggressive trade agenda and exporters of cars around the globe, China's Ministry of Finance announced Tuesday morning that it would slash passenger car duties to 15%, further opening up the market that’s been a key target of the U.S. in its trade fight with Beijing.

This comes less than a month after China decided to ease restrictions on foreign competition in its auto sector and also address some of the US's concerns about intellectual property theft.

The reduction follows a truce that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin...

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REP. STEVE KING INTRODUCES ACT TO IMPRISON POLITICIANS WHO HELP ILLEGAL ALIENS EVADE DEPORTATION - BREITBART

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has introduced legislation named after Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf - who infamously helped criminal illegal aliens evade deportation - that would imprison sanctuary city politicians.

As Breitbart News has reported...

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STARBUCKS OPENS ITS CAFES TO LOITERERS, VAGRANTS AND DRUG ADDICTS - YOUR NEWS WIRE

Starbucks has opened its cafes and restrooms to non-paying loiterers, vagrants and drug addicts as part of its new anti-racist inclusive policy.

The new policy comes five weeks after two black men who hadn’t purchased anything were arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks.

AP reports: Company executives have said its previous policies were loose and ambiguous, leaving decisions on whether people could sit in its stores or use the restroom up to store managers. Starbucks said it has told workers to consider anyone who walks into its stores a customer, “regardless of whether they make a...

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BOOM: TEAM TRUMP CUTS NEARLY TWICE AS MANY REGULATIONS AS PROMISED - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

The Trump administration is showing no signs of slowing its slashing of Obama-era regulations, beating their plans to cut two for every new rule and saving more than double what was hoped for, according to a new report.

“The Trump administration is...

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NANOPARTICLES DERIVED FROM TEA LEAVES DESTROY LUNG CANCER CELLS - EUREKALERT

Nanoparticles derived from tea leaves inhibit the growth of lung cancer cells, destroying up to 80% of them, new research by a joint Swansea University and Indian team has shown.

The team made the discovery while they were testing out a new method of producing a type of nanoparticle called quantum dots. These are tiny particles which measure less than 10 nanometres. A human hair is 40,000 nanometres thick.

Although nanoparticles are already used in healthcare, quantum dots have only recently attracted researchers' attention. Already they...

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DOW JUMPS NEARLY 300 POINTS, TOPS 25,000 AS U.S.-CHINA TRADE TENSIONS RECEDE - MARKETWATCH

The Dow industrials climbed back above 25,000 and the S&P 500 finished at a roughly nine-week high as investors applauded easing trade animosities between the U.S. and China.

Meanwhile, the Russell 2000 index...

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'PARTY LIKE IT'S 1776' THEME TOO OFFENSIVE FOR NEW JERSEY SCHOOL PROM - DAILY CALLER

A New Jersey high school principal apologized Friday for a “Party Like It’s 1776” theme at prom. Dr. Dennis Perry, principal of Cherry Hill High School, posted on his Twitter feed an apology for the theme printed on prom tickets, calling the decision “insensitive and irresponsible,” reported Fox News.

“I especially apologize to our African American students, who I have let down by not initially recognizing the inappropriateness of this wording,” Perry wrote in a statement.

To make up for what he deemed an indiscretion, the principal said students would not need to bring...

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FBI INFORMANT STEFAN HALPER PAID OVER $1 MILLION BY OBAMA REGIME; SPIED ON TRUMP AIDE AFTER ELECTION - ZERO HEDGE

Less than a week after Stefan Halper was outed as the FBI informant who infiltrated the Trump campaign, public records reveal that the 73-year-old Oxford University professor and former U.S. government official was paid handsomely by the Obama administration starting in 2012 for...

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JOHN BRENNEN FIRES WARNING SHOT AT RYAN AND MCCONNELL AFTER TRUMP ORDERS DOJ TO INVESTIGATE FBI'S CAMPAIGN INFILTRATION - GATEWAY PUDIT

Former CIA Director-turned-Twitter troll, John Brennan lashed out at Trump on Sunday evening after the President ordered the DOJ to investigate the FBI’s infiltration of his campaign.

Brennan also fired a warning shot to House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, claiming they will ‘bear the majority of the responsibility of the harm done to our democracy’ if they don’t stop Trump.

As previously reported by TGP’s Kristinn Taylor, President Trump...

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WHAT OBAMA AND HIS POLITICAL CHOOM GANG DID IS FAR WORSE THAN WATERGATE - CHARLES HURT

At the end of all the scandal and drama, all of the breathlessly reported lies and false accusations, at the end of all the money wasted on some zany kabuki swamp dance choreographed to the thrumming of giant bullfrogs and yipping of excited coyotes - at the end of all of this - it comes down to precisely what we said it was a...

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LAVA FROM KILAUEA VOLCANO ENTERS OCEAN, CREATES TOXIC CLOUD - CIRCA

White plumes of acid and extremely fine shards of glass billowed into the sky over Hawaii as molten rock from Kilauea volcano poured into the ocean, creating yet another hazard from an eruption that began more than two weeks ago.

Authorities on Sunday warned the public to stay away from the toxic steam cloud, which is formed by a chemical reaction when lava touches seawater.

Further upslope, lava continued to gush out of large cracks in the ground that formed in residential neighborhoods in a rural part of the Big Island. The molten rock formed...

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VENEZUELA'S SOCIALIST NIGHTMARE CONTINUES WITH RE-ELECTION OF MADURO - DAILY MAIL

Venezuela's leftist leader Nicolas Maduro won a new six-year term on Sunday, but his main rivals disavowed the election alleging massive irregularities in a process critics decried as a farce propping up a dictatorship.

Victory for the 55-year-old former...

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HOW THE FBI AND CIA RESTARTED THE COLD WAR TO PROTECT THEMSELVES - THOMAS J. FARNAN

On December 29, 2016, the Obama Administration - with three weeks remaining in its term - issued harsh sanctions against Russia over supposed election interference.

Two compounds in the United States were closed and 35 Russian diplomats were ordered to leave the country. Russia responded by calling the actions “Cold War déjà vu.”

In the two years that have elapsed since, it has been learned that the “intelligence” that formed the basis for the sanctions was beyond dubious. A single unverified “dossier” compiled by an ex-British spy with no discernable connections to Russia...

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ROD ROSENSTEIN ASKS DOJ INSPECTOR GENERAL TO REVEIW POSSIBLE TRUMP CAMPAIGN INFILTRATION - WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein asked the Justice Department's inspector general Sunday to review whether there was improper politically motivated surveillance of the Trump campaign in 2016. Rosenstein made the request...

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NC POLICE FIND $90 MILLION IN METH HIDDEN IN TRUCK DRIVEN BY ALLEGED ILLEGAL ALIEN - BREITBART

Officials in Linden, North Carolina, discovered 120 gallons of liquid methamphetamine hidden inside the fuel tank of a semi truck being driven by an alleged illegal alien, reports say.

Harnett County Sheriff’s officers pulled the truck over on May 19 and discovered the large amount of the liquefied drug. According to WRAL, the liquid was destined to be turned into 454 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine and would have had a street value of $90.8 million.

The seizure was part of a wider investigation into the trafficking of...

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GOVERNMENT IMPROPERLY PAID $571 MILLION IN DISABILITY PAYMENTS TO PEOPLE WHO ALREADY HAD JOBS - WESTERN JOURNAL

The Social Security Administration improperly disbursed an estimated $571 million in disability benefits to people who had already returned to work, according to a government audit report. Of the overpayments...

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ALL OF CHILE'S 34 BISHOPS TO RESIGN EN MASSE OVER SEX ABUSE SCANDAL - REUTERS

In an unprecedented move, all of Chile’s bishops offered to resign on Friday after attending a crisis meeting this week with Pope Francis about the cover-up of sexual abuse in the South American nation.

Several victims invited by the pope to Rome earlier this month said they wanted all 34 bishops sacked and replaced by more moral candidates, and for the Vatican to extend punishment to others implicated in the scandal.

The offer of mass resignations on Friday by the bishops summoned to Rome marks the first time that all the senior Roman Catholic prelates of...

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'CONSENSUS' REACHED TO SLASH $370 BILLION U.S. TRADE DEFICIT WITH CHINA - BREITBART

In a joint statement released Saturday, the United States and China announced that a “consensus” was reached to “substantially reduce” the $370 billion trade imbalance between the two countries.

“There was a consensus on taking effective measures to substantially...

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BEIJING SHOWING SIGNS OF COMPROMISE IN TRADE TALKS WITH U.S. - ASSOCIATED PRESS

China is sending conciliatory signals as U.S. and Chinese negotiators meet in Washington to try to head off a trade war between the world’s two biggest economies.

Beijing has dropped an anti-dumping investigation into imported U.S. sorghum, which it had accused the United States of unfairly subsiding. It has also given approval for a U.S. private equity firm to buy Toshiba’s memory chip business.

Those gestures could suggest a thaw with the U.S. as trade talks went on for a second day Friday in Washington. “China has come to trade,” Larry Kudlow, the top White...

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HARRY AND MEGHAN WED AT ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL IN WINDSOR - DAILY MAIL

Meghan Markle has launched her own mini-revolution as she married Prince Harry today in a multi-cultural and U.S.-influenced wedding the likes of which Britain's royals and the millions watching have never seen before.

The newlyweds shared tears, laughter and a passionate kiss in front of their hundreds of VIP guests dominated...

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RINO UPDATE: RYAN'S SUPER PAC GIVES MILLIONS TO GOP'S AMNESTY DISCHARGE SIGNERS - BREITBART

A Super PAC funded by retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan is spending more than $10 million to help the GOP representatives who are trying to pass a cheap-labor amnesty via the discharge-petition process.

The amnesty-boosting funds are being collected and shared via the Congressional Leadership Fund, which was described in a May 17 Politico article:

TUSTIN, Calif. - Republicans have amassed a sprawling shadow field organization to defend the House this fall, spending tens of millions of dollars in an unprecedented effort to protect dozens of battleground...

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IG HOROWITZ FINDS FBI, FOJ BROKE THE LAW IN CLINTON PROBE, REFERS TO PROSECUTOR FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES - ZERO HEDGE

As we reported on Thursday, a long-awaited report by the Department of Justice's internal watchdog into the Hillary Clinton email investigation has moved into its final phase, as the DOJ notified multiple subjects mentioned in the document that they can privately review it by week's end...

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JOHNNY MANZIEL SIGNS WITH CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S HAMILTON TIGER-CATS - SMOKE ROOM

Johnny Manziel announced Saturday that he signed a two-year deal with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

The Texas A&M Heisman winner tweeted, “Made the decision today to sign my contract with the CFL and further my football career after a long break. Very grateful for everyone that’s been supporting me along the way. I believe this is the best opportunity for me moving forward and I’m eager for what the future holds.”

He also released a short video through Barstool Sports explaining his decision and showing his...

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NOTORIOUS NEVER-TRUMPER GLENN BECK SWITCHES SIDES, ENDORSES THE DONALD - BREITBART

Glenn Beck, the staunch Never-Trump radio host and founder of The Blaze, announced on Friday that he is supporting President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election bid.

Beck said his decision to finally support the President came after watching the “dishonest and...

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CUBA: BOEING 737 EXPLODES IN A BALL OF FLAMES MOMENTS AFTER TAKING OFF FROM HAVANA AIRPORT - DAILY MAIL

A Boeing 737 plane has crashed moments after taking off from Havana's Jose Marti International Airport - just one day after more than a third of its fleet were grounded over safety concerns.

At least 100 are dead after the internal Cubana de Aviacion flight, which was carrying 113 passengers and crew, including five children, crashed into a yuca field near a high school, in the Santiago de las Vegas neighborhood, on Friday.

Just four survivors were recovered and taken to hospital in critical condition, according to Cuban...

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JOE DIGENOVE: FRUSTRATED PRESIDENT MAY FIRE 'CLOWNS' SESSIONS AND ROSENSTEIN - PJ MEDIA

Attorney Joe diGenova predicted that both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions' days are numbered at the Department of Justice during a telephone interview with Newsmax's Howie Carr Wednesday. DiGenova's claim came after the New York...

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SCUMBAG SHOOTS UP TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL, KILLING 10 - WASHINGTON TIMES

A gunman descended on a Texas high school Friday morning and opened fire, claiming the lives of 10 people, the majority of them students.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said at a news conference that there were between eight to 10 fatalities, but warned these were still initial reports. CNN later reported that 10 people were dead, nine students and one adult.

He also said the accused gunman, identified as 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, was arrested and one person was detained as well. Both were believed to be students at the school, according to the sheriff...

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MEMBER OF HILLARY'S 'RESISTANCE' OPENS FIRE AT TRUMP'S DORAL GOLF CLUB IN MIAMI - THE HILL

A man yelling "anti-President Trump rhetoric" was arrested early Friday morning after exchanging fire with police in the lobby of the Trump National Doral Miami resort.

The suspect, who police identified as Jonathan Oddi, was yelling about Trump when Miami-Dade and City of...

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DURANGO, COLORADO MAKES IT ILLEGAL TO SIT OR LIE ON SIDEWALKS - YOUR NEWS WIRE

A Colorado city council has approved an ordinance that prohibits anyone from sitting or lying down on downtown sidewalks, curbs and other public areas.

Anyone who violates the ordinance, which goes into effect this summer in Durango City, will face fines of up $200 Critics claim the move represents an attack on the homeless.

RT reports: The move is seen by some as an effort to try and clean up the downtown area and make it safer for residents. Business owners and councilors in particular were in favor of the motion. “People can stand...

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CAMPBELL SOUP CEO CALLS IT QUITS - REUTERS

Campbell Soup Co Chief Executive Officer Denise Morrison unexpectedly stepped down on Friday, at the same time the company said it would embark on a review of its vast array of brands and issued a bleak forecast for the year.

Campbell’s stock fell 11 percent in morning trading, hitting a more...

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TRUMP CUTS FUNDING TO BABY-KILLERS AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD - WASHINGTON TIMES

The Trump administration will announce Friday long-sought cuts in federal funding to Planned Parenthood, multiple news outlets reported.

The proposed rule change in Title X, a $260 million federal program for contraception and “family planning,” will interpret the 1970 law as requiring absolute separation between contraception and abortion activities, effectively making Planned Parenthood ineligible.

“The proposal would require a bright line of physical as well as financial separation between Title X programs and any program (or facility) where...

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TRUMPS SIGNS OVER PRESIDENTIAL PAYCHECK TO VA - HANNITY

President Trump continued to make good on his campaign pledge to donate his presidential salary to charity this week; unveiling his plans to give his first quarter 2018 paycheck to the Office of Veterans Affairs.

The President announced his decision Thursday, saying the VA will receive...

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BABY-KILLING LEFTISTS AT PLANNED PARENTHOOD SLAM TRUMP FOR NOT RECOGNIZING HUMANITY OF MS-13 GANGBANGERS - IJR

After President Donald Trump referred to MS-13 as “animals” on Wednesday, Planned Parenthood and its former president Cecile Richards ironically called him out for failing to recognize the violent gang members as humans.

“Immigrants are people,” the organization, which performed 321,384 abortions over this past year, tweeted. “They are our neighbors, our friends, and members of the Planned Parenthood family. One hateful man will never, ever speak for all of us.”

Richards also slammed the president, writing, “This moment calls for the...

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GINA HASPEL CONFIRMED AS FIRST FEMALE CIA DIRECTOR, DESPITE DEMOCRAT OBSTRUCTIONISM - FOX NEWS

Gina Haspel was confirmed Thursday as CIA director, becoming the first woman to lead the agency and overcoming initial Democratic opposition regarding her role in post-9/11 interrogation and detention practices. The Senate voted 54-45...

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U.S. BIRTH RATE HITS ALL-TIME LOW - LIVESCIENCE

The number of babies being born in the United States continues to fall, with the birth rate reaching a new record low in 2017, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Last year, about 3.8 million babies were born in the U.S., which is 2 percent lower than the number born in 2016, and the lowest recorded number of births in 30 years, according to the report.

What's more, there were about 60 births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 44, which is 3 percent lower than the rate in 2016, and the lowest recorded rate since the government started tracking birth rates in 1909. The decline in...

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MICHIGAN: FIRST-EVER MUSLIM CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR COMES UNHINGED OVER QUESTION ABOUT SHARIA - CREEPING SHARIA

Michigan’s first-ever Muslim candidate for governor, Dr. Abdul al-Sayed, took a shot at fellow gubernatorial candidate Patrick Colbeck on Thursday that some Republicans are saying was below the belt. Colbeck, speaking at a...

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NANCY PELOSI: MURDEROUS MS-13 GANGBANGERS ARE "GOD'S CHIDREN" WITH THE "SPARK OF DIVINITY" IN THEM - DAILY CALLER

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi defended violent MS-13 gang members in a press conference Thursday, saying they are not “animals,” a term President Trump dubbed MS-13 members earlier this week.

Pelosi first alluded to God, saying, “Some of us who are attracted to the political arena, to government and public service” believe that “we are all God’s children” and “there is a spark of divinity among every person on earth, and we all have to recognize that as we respect the dignity and worth of every person.” She went on to say we must recognize that...

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KILAUEA VOLCANO ERUPTS, SPEWS ASH 6 MILES INTO THE SKY - USA TODAY

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano erupted Thursday, blasting a plume of ash and debris 30,000 feet into the air and putting Big Island residents on further notice that a bigger blast could still be percolating in the volatile crater.

The state Civil Defense agency said the plume was expected to spread...

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REPORT: INSPECTOR GENERAL WILL DECLARE FBI, DOJ BROKE LAW IN CLINTON EMAIL PROBE - BREITBART

A new report suggests an imminent Inspector General (IG) report may rule that FBI and Justice Department officials broke the law in their handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

Investigative reporter Paul Sperry said Thursday that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has “found ‘reasonable grounds’ for believing there has been a violation of federal criminal law in the FBI/DOJ’s handling of the Clinton investigation/s,” adding that the top watchdog official has “referred his findings of potential criminal misconduct to Huber for possible criminal prosecution.”...

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PETRIFIED 911 CALLER REPORTS GUNMAN NEAR CHURCH; TURNS OUT IT WAS JUST A GUY PLAYING A BASSOON - WASHINGTON STANDARD

Someone in Springfield, Ohio called 911 on a musician after being unable to tell whether the bassoon he was playing was a gun or not. I kid you negative!

Twenty-two-year-old Eric Barga had given three music lessons at...

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JUDGE WHO LET COP KILLER OUT OF JAIL KEEPS HEROIN DEALER OUT OF JAIL BECAUSE HE NEEDS TO BUY HIS KID MORE JORDANS AND DOESN'T WANT HIM DEPORTED - TURTLEBOY SPORTS

Last month Judge Timothy Feeley out of Essex County let career criminal, drug dealing, violent felon John Williams out on just $5,000 bail, despite being arrested with unregistered guns, and the fact that the had just crashed while driving impaired.

He had actually lowered the bail from $7,500, which another hack judge had previously lowered. As a result John Williams was free to continue his life as a drug fueled violent felon when he inevitably murdered Officer Eugene Cole in Maine. You would assume...

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HERO MOM FATALLY SHOOTS ARMED MAN WHO WAS TRYING TO ROB FAMILIES OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL - MOR

A gunman who targeted a group of families gathered for a Mother's Day celebration at a school in Brazil was fatally shot by an off-duty cop.

Katia Sastre was praised by local officials for her bravery and was credited with saving the day. According to the Washington Post...

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