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Fusion GPS paid journalists, court papers confirm

Newly filed court documents confirm that Fusion GPS, the company mostly responsible for the controversial “Trump dossier” on presidential candidate Donald Trump, made payments to three journalists between June 2016 until February 2017. The revelation could be a...

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US jobless claims fall as record run persists

Washington (AFP) - New claims for US jobless benefits fell in mid-November, confirming the strength of American labor markets and continuing a record streak of low levels, official data showed Wednesday. The result suggested November could see continued strong job...

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David Cassidy, ‘Partridge Family’ star, dead at 67

David Cassidy (shown here with Shirley Jones) "Partridge Family" star David Cassidy died Tuesday after suffering liver and kidney failure, his publicist confirmed. He was 67. "David died surrounded by those he loved, with joy in his heart and free from the pain that...

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WOMAN WITH GIANT ‘F— TRUMP’ STICKER ARRESTED FOR FRAUD

Here’s an interesting lesson in how (A) you should be careful when you want attention, and (B) the mainstream media twists the news. A Texas woman drove a truck that bore a sticker reading "F*** TRUMP AND F*** YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM.” F-TRUMP DRIVER AT ODDS WITH FORT...

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DEM CONGRESSMAN PROBED FOR ‘PAYING OPPONENT TO QUIT’

Rep. Robert Brady (D-PA) The FBI is investigating the 2012 campaign finances of Rep. Robert Brady (D-PA). In a report from CBS News, court documents show the Brady’s campaign is facing scrutiny for allegedly paying his primary opponent to drop out of the race five...

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NEWSWEEK COMPARES TRUMP TO SERIAL KILLER CHARLES MANSON

Says president forms similar 'bond with followers' who feel 'marginalized or alienated' The late serial killer Chalres Manson and President Trump The leftist magazine Newsweek took its anti-Trump hysteria to a whole new level, comparing the president to deranged...

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NOW STATES LAUNCH ASSAULT ON LITTLE SISTERS OF THE POOR

New cases seek to accomplish what Obama failed to do Little Sisters at the Supreme Court Remember the Little Sisters of the Poor, the Denver-based order of Catholic nuns who fought a years-long battle against the Obama administration over rules that forced them to...

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Palin appeals dismissal of New York Times defamation suit

Washington (AFP) – Sarah Palin, a former governor of Alaska and Republican vice presidential candidate, appealed on Tuesday the dismissal of her defamation suit against The New York Times, according to a court filing. Her suit against America’s newspaper of record was...

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Michigan Rep. Conyers acknowledges sex harassment settlement

DETROIT (AP) — Longtime Michigan Rep. John Conyers acknowledged Tuesday that his office settled a harassment complaint involving a former staffer but said he “vehemently” denies the allegations against him. His office “resolved the allegations” … “for an amount that...

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Colorado Fines Uber $8.9 Million for Criminal Drivers

Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission has fined Uber approximately $8.9 million for their employment of drivers with a history of criminal activities. USA Today reports that the Public Utilities ccommission of Colorado has fined ride-sharing app Uber $8.9 million...

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Border Patrol Agent Assaulted in Arizona

An illegal immigrant from Mexico allegedly assaulted a U.S. Border Patrol agent assigned to the Tucson Sector on Friday morning. The Border Patrol agent came upon a group of suspected illegal immigrants immediately north of the international border between Mexico and...

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Charlie Rose Fired by CBS over Sexual Harassment Allegations

Veteran broadcaster Charlie Rose has been fired by CBS News after eight separate women accused him of sexual harassment. “A short time ago we terminated Charlie Rose’s employment with CBS News, effective immediately,” CBS News President David Rhodes wrote in a message...

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Women in North Korea’s army face rape, starvation, misery

North Korean soldiers march during a military parade marking the 105th anniversary of the country's founding. Female North Korean soldiers are often raped, stop menstruating because of the tough environment and are forced to reuse sanitary pads during their army...

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Fox News Judge Jeanine Pirro Handed 119 MPH Speeding Ticket

The Fox News Channel’s celebrity judge Jeanine Pirro could find herself on the other side of the bench if she responds in person to a speeding ticket. New York State Police said she was stopped by a trooper on Sunday afternoon for traveling 119 mph in northern New...

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SAN FRANCISCO JUDGE BLOCKS TRUMP’S SANCTUARY CITY ORDER

U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick III issued a permanent injunction Monday against President Donald Trump’s executive order directing that federal funds be withheld from “sanctuary city” jurisdictions. The original order, issued January 25, aimed to “Ensure...

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Lois Lerner wants IRS testimony sealed forever

Former IRS official Lois Lerner and her deputy are asking a federal court to keep their testimonies in the Tea Party targeting case private forever, over fear of death threats and potential harm to their families if the documents go public. Lerner and her deputy Holly...

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Roy Moore: Deploy Military to Fortify U.S.-Mexico Border

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — In a policy interview here, Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore advocated for the Trump administration to immediately deploy the U.S. military to fortify the U.S.-Mexico border while plans for a wall are being strategized. “I believe that...

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