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Johnny Depp talks about assassinating Trump

At an appearance in England on Thursday, actor Johnny Depp joked about assassinating President Trump. Depp was at a drive-in movie theater in Glastonbury, where he introduced his 2004 film The Libertine, when he began talking about the president, according to The Guardian.  “I think he needs help and there ...

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Obama trashes Senate Health Care Bill: ‘Not a health care bill’

In a very lengthy essay shared to his Facebook page, former President Barack Obama condemned the Senate’s health care bill on Thursday, calling the repeal and replacement of Obama’s Affordable Care Act “a core tenet” of the GOP. “The Senate bill, unveiled today, is not a health care bill,” Obama wrote. “It’s ...

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Baltimore Police Union Says It’s In Desperate Need Of Staffing

The Baltimore Police union warned that the department is “critically” understaffed as the city works to contain a surge in criminal activity. “It’s time for action,” Gene Ryan, President of the Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police said in a statement Wednesday. “We cannot sit back and continue to allow a surging crime rate ...

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James Comey Spotted Entering New York Times Building

Former FBI director James Comey and his wife, Patrice, were spotted entering the New York Times building in Manhattan on Thursday by the Daily Mail’s Jennifer Smith. Comey admitted earlier this month, in sworn testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, that he had leaked a memorandum of a conversation with President Donald Trump with the ...

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HBO’s John Oliver sued by Murray Energy CEO over anti-coal segment

The CEO of the nation’s largest coal company on Thursday filed a defamation suit against comedian and HBO star John Oliver, claiming the “Last Week Tonight” host “demeaned and disparaged” him, his miners, and the entire coal industry during a segment that aired last Sunday. In the segment, Mr. Oliver — who in the past ...

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New Poll Show Deepening Distrust of Trump-Trashing Press Corps

A new Rasmussen Reports poll published on Thursday found 76 percent of Republicans and 51 percent of voters not affiliated with either major political party believe most reporters are biased against the president, a view shared by only 24 percent of Democrats. Sixty-eight percent of GOP voters and a plurality (45 percent) ...

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Pentagon wasted $28 million on uniforms for Afghan soldiers, report says

The Pentagon wasted as much as $28 million over the past decade buying uniforms for the Afghan army with a woodland camouflage pattern appropriate for a tiny fraction of that war-torn country, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction. The Afghan Defense Minister picked the pricey, privately owned ...

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Suspect in foiled Brussels attack was 36-year-old Moroccan, authorities say

A potentially deadly terrorist bombing at a central Brussels train station was averted after a nail-packed device in a bag failed to fully detonate, a Belgian prosecutor said Wednesday, a day after the attack at the crowded rail hub. A 36-year-old Moroccan national who lived in Brussels attempted the attack, ...

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Georgia race: Trump casts GOP winning streak as rejection of Dem ‘obstruction’

President Trump and his allies cheered Republican Karen Handel’s victory Tuesday in the closely watched Georgia runoff as a clear endorsement of the administration’s agenda — and cast Democrats’ special election losing streak as a rebuke of the party’s “obstruction” tactics.  “Democrats would do much better as a party if they ...

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Attorney General Sessions retains a personal attorney

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has been under fire in recent months for his contacts with Russian officials during the 2016 presidential race, has retained the services of Washington lawyer Charles J. Cooper, a longtime friend. Cooper was seen sitting behind Sessions when he testified last week before the Senate ...

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