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Police know identities of London attackers

British authorities know the identities of the three men who killed seven and injured dozens over the weekend, but have not released them yet because of the ongoing investigation, Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday. She said the country must do “more, much more” to fight the “evil ideology” of Islamist extremism. She said Britain ...

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NBC News Insults President Trump Over Twitter

As a terrorist attack unfolded in London, NBC Nightly News took a potshot at President Donald Trump, publicly saying they would refuse to retweet early reports of the mayhem on London Bridge because Trump himself had retweeted them. Around 5pm EST time on Saturday, the Drudge Report took to Twitter to report breaking news, that ...

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Trump doubles down on original ‘Travel Ban’

President Trump rebelled on Monday against his own advisers who “watered down” his original executive order barring visitors from select Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States and who insisted on calling it something other than a travel ban. Returning to one of the issues that animated the early days ...

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In Portland, knives, brass knuckles, bricks show viciousness of protests

If you want to get an idea of just how high tensions are running in Portland, Ore., where rival protest groups have clashed repeatedly in recent months, you could start by looking at the caches of weapons seized by police at a demonstration over the weekend in the city’s downtown. ...

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Senate Committee Launches First New Clinton Corruption Investigation

Senate Committee on the Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley has launched a new investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s effort to thwart a Bangladesh government corruption probe of Muhammad Yunus, a Clinton Foundation donor and close friend of the Clintons. The Iowa Republican’s effort is the first new official inquiry ...

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Study suggests Democrats could be in big trouble in 2018

A new study produced by the Pew Research Center has found that from December 2015 to March 2017, voters in a key voting demographic were more likely to remain loyal to the Republican Party than people who identified as Democrats were. According to the study, released on May 17, 86 percent ...

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Dem: Trump A ‘Hoax Perpetrated On The Americans By The Russians’

Maryland Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin said in a speech Saturday that President Donald Trump is a “hoax perpetrated on the Americans by the Russians.” The comment from Raskin came while he spoke at the March for Truth in Washington D.C. Marches were held throughout the country Saturday as protesters called ...

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WI’s push to drug test Medicaid recipients draws praise, critics

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is jumping back into the center of controversy again, this time with a proposal to drug test people receiving Medicaid benefits. He said he is doing it because Wisconsin has jobs to fill. “Many of them – construction, transportation and definitely healthcare – require people to ...

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Bill Cosby trial begins

More than a decade after Bill Cosby invited a college basketball manager to his home to discuss her career, the 79-year-old comedian goes on trial on Monday in a sexual assault case that is sure to define his legacy. Cosby’s image as a father and family man, on screen and ...

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Harvard Revokes Acceptances for 10 Students Who Posted Provocative Images, Memes…

Harvard University has reversed its decision to offer places at the college for at least 10 prospective students of the Class of 2021 after they posted controversial memes on social media. A number of the students, who already had accepted spots in the freshman class at Harvard, confessed to creating a Facebook group for the incoming ...

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