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Trump says he is sending federal help to quell Chicago violence

President Trump tweeted on Friday he will send federal resources to Chicago in order to quell the city’s violence.Trump’s tweet comes after authorities confirmed to The Chicago-Sun Times reported that Trump had sent 20 agents from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to the city. Twenty new ATF agents ...

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Gallup: Less than 3 in 10 have ‘confidence’ in newspapers, TV

The media is taking it on the chin in the era of “fake news.” According to Gallup, less than three in 10 Americans have “confidence” in TV news and newspapers — and that is better than it was last year. In its latest survey, just 27 percent have confidence in ...

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Mika Brzezinski & Joe Scarborough Op-Ed Trump’s Twitter Attack: POTUS "…

Responding to President Donald Trump’s Thursday Twitter attack on them, MSNBC’s Morning Joe co-hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have penned a Washington Post opinion column titled, “Donald Trump is not Well.” Having known Trump for over a decade, the hosts say they were not shocked by the venom POTUS spewed yesterday. Rather, “Our concerns about his unmoored behavior go far beyond ...

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GOP to add billions in opioid funding to health care bill in attempt to sway mod…

Senate Republicans are saying that they will introduce $45 billion to the new GOP health care bill in order to help combat opioid abuse, in an attempt to win over Republican moderates who have joined a group of conservative senators in opposition to the Senate’s attempt at Obamacare replacement. According to CNN, the ...

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South Korean citizen finds crashed spy drone loaded with photos of US missile de…

In early June, a South Korean resident stumbled upon a crashed drone in a remote forest in Inje County. Officials say the drone is a North Korean spy military drone purposed with photographing U.S. anti-missile defense systems in South Korea.According to the LA Times, the sky-blue drone flew over 5 hours ...

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Italy May Close Ports to Non-EU Citizens as Migrant Crisis Intensifies

The Italian government has reportedly asked its ambassador in Brussels to request help from the EU in dealing with the latest migration crisis after it was reported authorities are struggling to cope. Ambassador Maurizio Massari met with the European Commissioner for Migration, Dimitris Avramopoulos, yesterday to explain that as a ...

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Trump rips media, mocks Pelosi at closed-door fundraiser

President Donald Trump, facing dimming approval ratings and a stalled legislative agenda, rolled out his greatest hits on Wednesday evening – ripping into CNN, assailing House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and hailing his party’s string of special election wins. Before a rapt audience of 300 supporters, major GOP donors and ...

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Tillerson blows up at top White House aide

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s frustrations with the White House have been building for months. Last Friday, they exploded. The normally laconic Texan unloaded on Johnny DeStefano, the head of the presidential personnel office, for torpedoing proposed nominees to senior State Department posts and for questioning his judgment. Tillerson also ...

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U.S. House to vote on controversial immigration bills today

President Donald Trump on Wednesday highlighted what he called the dangers posed by illegal immigrants ahead of an important House vote on two bills aimed at cracking down on those who commit crimes and cities that refuse to help deport them.  The House bills aim to enact tougher enforcement policies: One bill ...

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High-ranking Vatican official charged with multiple sexual assault offenses

Police in Australia have charged the continent’s most senior ranking Catholic with multiple counts of sexual assault, bringing the church’s ongoing sex abuse scandal to the highest ranks of the Vatican. Deputy Commissioner Shane Patton of the Victoria Police made the announcement during a news conference. Cardinal George Pell, 76, is chief ...

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