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Trump singles out congresswomen of color during tweet attack on impeachment proceedings

President Donald Trump was watching the impeachment proceedings Thursday morning, if his tweets are any indication. Despite multiple Democrats speaking in the morning session, Trump attacked only two women of color in his tweet: Reps. Veronica...
Topics: Donald Trump

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Apple News co-hosting its first presidential debate between Democrats in February

The Democratic National Committee has today announced the next series of presidential debates for 2020. For the first time ever, Apple News will serve as co-host for one of those debates. more… The post Apple News co-hosting its first...
Topics: Debate

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This 19-year-old has already worked on a presidential campaign

Deja Foxx has been in the limelight since she was 16 years old. A video of her at a Town Hall where she confronted Senator Jeff Flake over defunding Planned Parenthood went viral.Foxx has been an activist all her life and has wanted to be president...
Topics: Usa Videos, Activism

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Republican Christians are driving millennials away from organized religion — and this time it’s...

The millennial generation has been characterized by a broad skepticism of organized religion, with four in ten millennials claiming to be religiously unaffiliated — almost as many as the number who identify as Christian. This has potential to...
Topics: Religion

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A growing number of Republicans say they're satisfied with US healthcare costs — even as...

The poll suggests that heightened partisanship is swaying Republicans on healthcare just as it has been on the economy
Topics: Polls

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Horowitz in review

(Scott Johnson) Watching Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz testify yesterday before the Senate Judiciary Committee was a somewhat weird experience. Horowitz frankly identified the egregious government misconduct involved in...
Topics: Senate, FBI

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Apple will co-host a Democratic presidential debate in February, even as candidates focus on...

Some Democratic candidates have made breaking up big tech a focus of their campaigns, targeting Silicon Valley companies like Apple.
Topics: Debate, Silicon Valley

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U.K. Holds A Pivotal General Election, And Voters Bring Their Dogs To The Polls

Boris Johnson's Conservatives are expected to win only enough seats to secure a small majority. So far on election day, the most popular figures at polling stations are (literally) dogs.(Image credit: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images)
Topics: Polls

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Former Attorney General Eric Holder Shreds William Barr As ‘Unfit,’ ‘Incapable’

Holder accused Barr of taking actions that are "so plainly ideological, so nakedly partisan and so deeply inappropriate for America’s chief law enforcement official."

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Matt Gaetz probably isn’t the best to go after someone’s drug use: Internet cautions Republican...

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) probably isn’t the best person to make an argument against driving under the influence given his own arrests. Even Rep Hank Johnson (D-GA) cautioned against “the pot calling the kettle black,” during the...

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Virginia Dems threaten Second Amendment sanctuary counties with prosecution and National Guard...

After 75 counties preemptively declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries in anticipation of future gun control laws, Virginia Democrats have threatened law enforcement officials in those counties with potential prosecution, according to the...
Topics: Gun Control

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Michael Bloomberg doesn't know where he'll be buried. His top adviser does.

Michael Bloomberg's top adviser has his life — and death — planned to a T. Patti Harris was the deputy to Bloomberg when he was mayor of New York City. She's now chairing his Democratic run for the presidency. And she's the only person who knows...
Topics: Michael Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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Twitter backs overhaul of social media to stem disinformation

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is funding research aimed at changing the way information circulates on social media — with the goal of combating online violence, hate and disinformation. Dorsey on Tuesday announced he would fund an independent...
Topics: Social Media

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In Completely Shocking Twist, James Comey Lied About His Knowledge of the Steele Dossier

FBI Director James Comey pauses while making a statement at FBI Headquarters in Washington, Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Comey said the FBI will not recommend criminal charges in its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while...
Topics: FBI, Hillary Clinton

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Pro-Abortion Group Gives Out ‘Abortions Are Magical’ Holiday Party Favors

A pro-abortion group called the Texas Equal Access (TEA) Fund has a rather sick message at Christmastime.
Topics: Tea Party

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ICE’s Stingray cellphone spying ignites lawsuit from the ACLU

The civil liberties group is suing the Homeland Security agencies after they refused to turn over data on how they use Stingray cellphone surveillance equipment. The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Immigration and Customs Enforcement and...
Topics: Lawsuits, ACLU, Immigration

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Meghan McCain leads The View hosts in brutal attack on Nikki Haley: ‘Disqualified for national...

Addressing former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s attempt to walk back her comments defending the flying of the Confederate flag, conservative co-host Meghan McCain took the lead on “The View” and hammered the former South Carolina...

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Lawmakers keep hope afloat for a pre-Christmas spending pact

The list of disputes lurking inside spending bills tops 200 items, but that's not stopped lawmakers from chasing their dream of a government funding deal that will last until the next fiscal year.Just over a week away from a Dec. 20 deadline,...
Topics: Christmas

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HUD Inspect: See if Publicly Subsidized Housing Units Passed or Failed Government Inspections

by Molly Parker, The Southern Illinoisan, Dan Nguyen, special to ProPublica, Sophie Chou, ProPublica, and the 2018 ProPublica Hack Week Participants

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Time to end the Georgia Law Enforcement Exchange program

Anthony Hill. Scout Schultz. Shukri Ali Said. The common denominator between these individuals is that they were all shot to death by police officers in Georgia while in the midst of a mental health crisis, although in differing circumstances. In...
Topics: Police

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