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CNN just got DESTROYED by Trump

The room was at maximum capacity when President Donald Trump took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) as “Proud to be an American” played over the loud cheers coming from the anxious crowd. It was the moment the audience had been waiting for since the beginning of the conference, and the excitement […]

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Victory! NJ regulators natural gas pipeline

New Jersey environmental regulators on Friday approved a hotly contested plan to run a natural gas pipeline through a federally protected forest preserve amid raucous protests that included drums, tambourines and choruses of “This Land Is Your Land.” The 15-member New Jersey Pinelands Commission voted to approve a plan by South Jersey Gas to run […]

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Democratic Rep. announces divorce

Democratic U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist is getting divorced less than nine years after becoming the first Florida governor in 42 years to get married while in office. Crist spokesman Kevin Cate said the congressman filed papers Friday seeking to divorce his wife Carole, who he proposed to in 2008 after a 10-month romance. He was […]

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Department store announces MAJOR closings

J.C. Penney is joining its department store rivals in pruning its store numbers in an era of online shopping. Penney said Friday that it will close 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it tries to improve profitability. The company said that it would also initiate […]

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What!? Liberal college students unionize at Yale

Graduate students from a half-dozen departments at Yale University have voted to form unions, setting up negotiations for contracts with the Ivy League school. The National Labor Relations Board administered elections Thursday for graduate students in nine departments. Students from the departments of English, geology and geophysics, history, history of art, math, and sociology voted […]

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Experts: Kim Jong Un’s brother killed with special poison

A recent revelation into the mysterious assassination of Kim Jong Un’s half brother has security experts around the world nervous. It’s increasingly clear that the North Korean dictator was behind the brutal killing — and it proves North Korea has a stockpile of chemical weapons they’re able (and willing) to smuggle around the world. The […]

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Hollywood insider SLAMS Meryl Streep in Oscar lead-up

The Oscars are right around the corner. And while elite celebs are picking out their thousand dollar outfits and planning extravagant after-parties, they’re bound to take some time to wonder, “How will I use politics to steal the show and advance my career?” But one Hollywood insider just slammed an actress that did just that […]

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Surprised? Suicide bomber revealed as ex-Gitmo prisoner

President Donald Trump has been outspoken about his opinions on keeping Guantanamo Bay open, a task President Obama committed to closing — but failed to complete. A suicide attack in Iraq this week is proof that Trump has been right about the prison all along. Trump tweeted in early January: There should be no further releases from […]

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Former U.S. Olympics doctor charged with sexual abuse

A doctor who specialized in treating female gymnasts at Michigan State University and through the elite USA Gymnastics organization was charged Wednesday with sexual assault. Online records show Dr. Larry Nasser is facing nine charges in Ingham County, including first-degree criminal sexual conduct in 2015 against a victim under age 13. Nasser is also charged […]

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