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Sen. Gardner Says We Need A Westerner On The Supreme Court

Sen. Gardner Says We Need A Westerner On The Supreme Court

Schumer appeared on Capitol Hill with several individual plaintiffs that Gorsuch ruled against in his position as a judge on the Denver-based 10th U.S. If the 48 members of the Democratic caucus stay ...

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Trump to ask Congress for initial $4 billion for border wall

Congress has the final say over all discretionary budget amounts, and Democrats have already indicated they will oppose funding the border wall. The State Department reductions will be around 28 per...

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Blizzard to Dump Up to 18 Inches of Snow on Northeast

Blizzard to Dump Up to 18 Inches of Snow on Northeast

Some less urban parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey , New York, and MA are still set to get walloped by the storm, however. It's the same storm that forced German Chancellor Angela Merkel to delay he...

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Federal Judge in Hawaii Blocks Trump's Revised Travel Order

Federal Judge in Hawaii Blocks Trump's Revised Travel Order

Watson granted an order halting the ban nationwide. The executive order aimed to temporarily bar entry to most refugees as well as travellers from six Muslim-majority countries. We're going to figh...

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Donald Trump's New Travel Ban Blocked by Federal Judge in Hawaii

Donald Trump's New Travel Ban Blocked by Federal Judge in Hawaii

Ismail Elshikh, PhD, Imam of the Muslim Association of Hawaii , whose mother-in-law is a Syrian national who has been prevented from visiting his family in Hawaii. for 120 days and halts new visas fo...

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Paul Ryan Reacts to Breitbart Audio: 'This Is Ancient History'

Paul Ryan Reacts to Breitbart Audio: 'This Is Ancient History'

The Republican plan would eliminate mandates that individuals get health insurance and that large companies provide it to their employees. "Obviously, we want to improve those coverage numbers", he t...

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Sitter says she couldn't reach 911 before baby's death

Sitter says she couldn't reach 911 before baby's death

City Manager T.C. Broadnax said he has spoken with T-Mobile CEO John Legere personally, and Legere pledged to send his top engineers to Dallas Wednesday to look into the problem. "They are not answe...

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North Korea, China in focus as Tillerson starts Asia trip in Tokyo

Tillerson, a former oil executive with no prior diplomatic experience, will travel to South Korea and China later in the week. The State Department and U.S. "We will be having discussions with Chi...

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Down But Not Out: New Poll Puts Trump Approval at 46%

Down But Not Out: New Poll Puts Trump Approval at 46%

The most recent figure from Rasmussen Reports published Tuesday put Trump's approval rating among likely US voters at 46 percent, down from 49 percent last week. Trump's approval rating is below his p...

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Lee Baca Found Guilty Lying to Federal Investigators: Faces Stiff Prison Sentence

Lee Baca Found Guilty Lying to Federal Investigators: Faces Stiff Prison Sentence

Baca is facing a long prison sentence after being found guilty Wednesday. The jury verdict comes after years of investigation into corruption at Los Angeles County jails, a withdrawn guilty plea, an...

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How the Fed's interest rate hike affects you

The decision to raise rates Wednesday "reflects the economy's continued progress toward the employment and price stability objectives assigned to us by law", Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said at...

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Ron Johnson cool to Paul Ryan-Donald Trump health care plan

Ron Johnson cool to Paul Ryan-Donald Trump health care plan

What will be available when we leave school? The debate in Washington and the media obscures the basic motivation guiding both big-business parties: to restrict access to affordable health care and sh...

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Ivana Trump to publish book entitled 'Raising Trump'

Ivana Trump to publish book entitled 'Raising Trump'

Donald Trump's first ex-wife Ivana is writing a memoir about bringing up the United States president's eldest three children, slated for release in September, her publishers announced Wednesday. Howe...

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Company asks judge to reject tribal plea on Dakota Access pipeline

Company asks judge to reject tribal plea on Dakota Access pipeline

Judge James Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled Tuesday against arguments from the Cheyenne River Sioux that a section of the pipeline in North Dakota would interfer...

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Steakhouse Promises $1 Million in Free Steaks if Northern Kentucky Beats Kentucky

Cincinnati restaurant owner Jeff Ruby said he will buy steak for all of NKU's 15,000 undergrads if the team wins. "It's just incredible what they've done with their program", Ruby said in a written ...

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3 pilots killed in USA training crash

3 pilots killed in USA training crash

The 318th was activated in 2008 under Air Force Special Operations Command to provide "battlefield mobility for our special operations forces", according to then-Col. There is a news conference is sch...

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Detroit officers injured in shooting

Detroit officers injured in shooting

Weapon recovered. Thank you for your patience as MSP and DPD continue to work this scene. Detroit police have arrested suspected shooter Raymond Durham in the area of MI and Vinewood Wednesday at ...

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President Trump to lay wreath at Andrew Jackson's tomb

President Trump to lay wreath at Andrew Jackson's tomb

The Hermitage was planning a large 250th birthday celebration for Andrew Jackson on March 15th with half price admission for guests, but had to cancel all planned activities to accommodate Trump's vis...

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Flight delays, cancellations continue at Orlando International Airport

Flight delays, cancellations continue at Orlando International Airport

A powerful nor'easter could bring blizzard conditions and more than a foot of snow from the mid-Atlantic to parts of the Northeast, and officials warn of potential beach erosion, possible coastal floo...

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Trump visit closes home of 'People's President' to the public

Trump visit closes home of 'People's President' to the public

In true Jacksonian fashion, Trump will leave the Hermitage for a rally in Nashville's Municipal Auditorium. But Nashville, located in Davidson County, voted overwhelmingly for Trump's Democratic riv...

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Tamir Rice Shooting: 2 Officers Suspended For Fatal Shooting Of Black Boy

Tamir Rice Shooting: 2 Officers Suspended For Fatal Shooting Of Black Boy

Almost two-and-a-half years after the shooting of Tamir Rice, Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams just disciplined two city workers for their roles in deadly incident. The hearing for Timothy Loe...

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Oklahoma state senator, Trump backer reportedly charged with soliciting prostitution

Oklahoma state senator, Trump backer reportedly charged with soliciting prostitution

GOP Oklahoma Senator and Trump Campaign Chair Ralph Shortey is under investigation after being caught in a motel room with an underage boy. Police visited that hotel room last Thursday while doing a w...

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Wall Street profits rose 21 pct in 2016, bonuses up 1 pct

Wall Street profits rose 21 pct in 2016, bonuses up 1 pct

The sector plays a huge part in New York City's economy. Weep not for Wall Street. Overall, Wall Street profits jumped a hefty 21% in 2016 over 2015, fueled largely by industry cost-cutting that o...

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Mark Zuckerberg Rides Shotgun With Dale Earnhardt Jr. At Charlotte

Mark Zuckerberg Rides Shotgun With Dale Earnhardt Jr. At Charlotte

NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s stock auto has never had this much value. "I couldn't imagine getting into a vehicle with a race auto driver having never driven before myself", said Earnhardt about Z...

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Malaysia to deport North Korean workers with expired visas

Malaysia has reportedly given two to three weeks time for Kim's relatives to come forward and collect his body, AP noted. The body is being kept at a morgue at a Kuala Lumpur hospital. That is the...

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Trump targets Obama's global warming emissions rule for cars

Trump targets Obama's global warming emissions rule for cars

At the same time , automakers are wary of being seen as out of touch with environmental concerns, or unwilling to invest in new technology. "By restarting this review, analysis rather than politics...

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Texas Rep Says 'You, Sir, Shut Up' to Shouting Constituent

Texas Rep Says 'You, Sir, Shut Up' to Shouting Constituent

Department of Education, he said . A Republican congressman told one of his constituents to "shut up" after he was asked a question about violence against women legislation during a town hall ove...

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North Carolina Governor Who Signed Bathroom Bill Says He Can't Find Work

North Carolina Governor Who Signed Bathroom Bill Says He Can't Find Work

Yet despite the alleged backlash the former governor is receiving, he continues to defend the decision to sign HB 2 into law, arguing that pro-LGBTQ advocates, or those he derides as the "intolerant L...

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SUV loses control, goes airborne into a gas station

SUV loses control, goes airborne into a gas station

The accident happened around 8 p.m. Monday along Holman Road Northwest. Witnesses said the SUV went airborne, through a parking lot, and then plowed into the Shell Station on Holman and 4th Avenue, ...

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Donald Trump tax: Leaked 2005 document angers White House

Maddow talked about having the leak for about 20 minutes before the White House released a statement before the report could even air. Mr. Trump reported more than $150 million in income in...

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Numerous teenagers voted illegally in Wisconsin's presidential primary

Numerous teenagers voted illegally in Wisconsin's presidential primary

Magney said they also do not know how numerous referrals led to charges being filed, although some of the cases did result in deferred prosecutions. Republican Ted Cruz won the GOP primary in Wiscon...

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House intel leaders see no evidence on wiretap

Facing a Monday deadline , the Justice Department asked lawmakers for more time to provide evidence backing up President Donald Trump's unproven assertion that his predecessor wiretapped his NY skysc...

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DC's Cherry Blossoms In Danger

DC's Cherry Blossoms In Danger

The cold snap is bad news for the National Cherry Blossom Festival . Low temperatures over the next three nights could decide whether Washington's famed cherry blossoms survive a streak of winter w...

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Florida McDonalds worker jumps through drive-thru window to help woman

Florida McDonalds worker jumps through drive-thru window to help woman

Viloria said the customer - an off-duty Miami-Dade police officer who had her two children in the backseat - was suffering from a medical emergency. A statement from McDonald's to CBSMiami said: 'Fi...

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CBO report says 14 million more would be uninsured by 2018

CBO report says 14 million more would be uninsured by 2018

Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, who has said only that he's reviewing the bill to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's signature health care law, said through a spokeswoman that he's also...

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