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DNC Chairman Claims ‘No Human Being Is Illegal’

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez spoke at an immigrant and workers rally outside of the White House Monday. “The Democratic party will always be here, fighting for you,” Perez told the group Monday afternoon. “The Democratic party is here, fighting for you.” Perez asserted that the Democratic party and the immigrant ...

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NoKo: US bomber flight pushes countries toward nuke war

North Korea on Tuesday said the United States’ decision to fly two supersonic B-1B Lancer bombers in the area in a training drill is a provocation and puts the two countries on the brink of a nuclear war. “The reckless military provocation is pushing the situation on the Korean peninsula ...

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Conservative columnist under siege at N.Y. Times

The New York Times has triggered an uproar by daring to hire another conservative columnist. Bret Stephens may have won a Pulitzer Prize writing for the Wall Street Journal, but subscribers flooded the phone lines to cancel their subscriptions after his debut at the Gray Lady. One thing that may ...

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Facebook accused of providing information to advertisers

Facebook has been analyzing the emotions of teenagers and acknowledges it passed along the information to an advertiser in violation of its policies, according to published reports. The Australian news website said it has seen internal research documents that show how people’s posts on Facebook classify them as feeling “stressed,” “anxious,” ...

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Michael Moore wants ‘holiday’ for date US ‘lost’ Vietnam War

Michael Moore is at it again. Amid the Hollywood director’s diatribes against Republican President Donald Trump, Moore found time over the weekend to share his hope that Trump doesn’t succeed in the face of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s threats — as well as to suggest a national “holiday” for the date “we ...

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Tillerson says U.S. willing to hold direct talks with N. Korea

The Trump administration is willing to bargain directly with North Korea over ending its nuclear weapons program, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Thursday, an apparent shift in policy aimed at strengthening international resolve against what the Trump administration considers a growing menace. “Obviously, that will be the way we ...

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Trump says ‘major, major’ conflict with North Korea possible, but seeks diplomac…

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday a major conflict with North Korea is possible in the standoff over its nuclear and missile programs, but he would prefer a diplomatic outcome to the dispute. “There is a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with North ...

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German Companies Silent on Iran’s Holocaust Denial Following Call to Cease Busin…

A cadre of German companies seeking to engage in business with Iran is remaining silent in the face of calls by an international advocacy group to shun working with the Islamic Republic until it disavows its institutionalized anti-Semitism and hatred of Israel. United Against Nuclear Iran, or UANI, has petitioned more ...

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Texas House approves a bill targeting ‘sanctuary cities’

The Republican-dominated Texas House of Representatives approved on Thursday a bill to punish so-called “sanctuary cities” over criticism from Democrats that the measure could lead to unconstitutional racial profiling. The bill comes as Republican U.S. President Donald Trump has made combating illegal immigration a priority. Texas, which has an estimated ...

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‘Boxing Kangaroo’ Removed From Video Game After Pressure from PETA

From milking an invisible cow in Nintendo’s One-Two-Switch to the fur apparel of Warhammer 40,000’s mighty space marines, PETA has voiced its “concerns” over the abuse of animals in gaming. Video games may not be real, but that isn’t stopping the animal rights group from complaining about them. While most game developers are keen to ignore ...

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