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‘Preventing Muslim immigration’ disappears from Trump site

On Monday morning, President Trump’s campaign website featured his December 2015 statement about “preventing Muslim immigration.” Later that afternoon, it did not. The deletion of the statement appeared to come after Cecilia Vega of ABC News asked at Monday’s White House press briefing about the statement: “If this White House is no longer calling ...

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Federal appeals court grills Trump team over travel ban

A federal appeals court in Virginia on Monday grilled the Trump administration over its attempts to institute a travel ban against six majority-Muslim countries, repeatedly asking why it should ignore President Trump’s vows to institute a “Muslim ban” that would violate the First Amendment. The judges of the 4th U.S. Circuit ...

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Comey’s testimony on Clinton emails was misleading

FBI Director James Comey last week reportedly misstated the number of Hillary Clinton’s emails that Huma Abedin forwarded to her husband, Anthony Weiner, to print out, ProPublica reported. Comey told a Senate Judiciary Committee last week that Clinton aide Abedin forwarded “hundreds of thousands” of Clinton’s emails to her husband. But two unnamed ...

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U.S. poised to expand effort against Taliban in Afghanistan

President Trump’s most senior military and foreign policy advisers have proposed a major shift in strategy in Afghanistan that would effectively put the United States back on a war footing with the Taliban. The new plan, which still needs the approval of the president, calls for expanding the U.S. military ...

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Man Fined $500 for Challenging Timing on Red-Light Cameras

Mats Jarlstrom’s trouble all began with a red-light camera. In April 2013, Jarlstrom’s wife, Laurie, received a ticket after driving her Volkswagen through an intersection in Beaverton, Oregon, that was equipped with a traffic camera. His wife paid the fine, but the timing of the traffic lights at the intersection ...

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Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress in California

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress in the state of California, ABC News has confirmed. GOP strategist Charles Moran said that the former model, a Republican, will challenge Democrat Julia Brownley, who was elected in 2012 to represent the state’s 26th district. The Los Angeles Times also reported that ...

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EPA dismisses half of its scientific advisers on key board

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt has chosen to replace half of the members on one of its key scientific review boards, the first step in a broader effort by Republicans to change the way the agency evaluates the scientific basis for its regulations. The move could significantly change the ...

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In speech, Obama takes aim at Trump, Republicans

In a pointed speech on Sunday, President Obama took aim at his successor in the White House — and at congressional Republicans who are pushing to repeal his signature health care law. Speaking at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston as he accepted the annual Profile in Courage Award, ...

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Bette Midler equates GOP health care bill to Assad gassing his own people

Actress Bette Midler doesn’t hide the fact that her politics skew far left, but she went the extra mile to insult Republican congressmen who voted for the “American Health Care Act,” the legislation intended to replace Obamacare. Midler tweeted Thursday, “800 billion dollars cut to Medicaid so #GOPGOONS can give a trillion ...

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Hillary Clinton Ties Herself To Macron’s Victory Over Le Pen, Attacks The Media

Hillary Clinton attempted to tie herself to French President-elect Emmanuel Macron’s runoff victory over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on Sunday. Clinton posted a tweet calling Macron’s election a victory for “the world” and a “defeat” to the hackers who released Macron’s emails to the public shortly before the election, but then ...

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