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Really: Dennis Rodman Gifted A Copy of ‘Art of the Deal’ To Kim Jong Un

Dennis Rodman, the basketball star who is now in Pyongyang as a diplomatic envoy, gifted a copy of President Trump’s book ‘The Art of the Deal’ to the North Korean leader. He hasn’t met Kim Jong Un yet, but he gave the book to a minister along with another book, ...

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Judge tells Bill Cosby’s jury to resume deliberations Friday despite call for a …

As deliberations in Bill Cosby’s criminal trial reached the 40-hour threshold Thursday night, there remained little sign of progress – and matters in fact may be moving in the wrong direction. “This thing is a deadlock,” Andrew Wyatt, Cosby’s spokesman, said at a news conference outside the Montgomery County Courthouse ...

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UPDATE: New Jersey school to reissue yearbooks with students wearing pro-Trump s…

A New Jersey school district announced it will reissue yearbooks after photos of two high school students were altered to remove President Donald Trump’s name on their clothing. One photo was intentionally altered although it did not violate the school’s dress code, Cheryl Dyer, Wall Township School Superintendent, wrote in ...

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Why This Mom Always Asks Her Baby’s Permission Before Picking Him Up

One mom is teaching her infant how to respect the human body in a unique way. Before picking up her 6-month-old son, Raven, Nisha Moodley, a mother of one in San Francisco, always asks his permission. “Why? Because we want him to know that his body is his, and that others’ bodies ...

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CBS Anchor Scott Pelley Blames Sanders, Trump for ‘Rhetoric’ That ‘Has Led to Vi…

Thursday on the “CBS Evening News,” host Scott Pelley pointed to both Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and President Donald Trump for “violent rhetoric,” which he argued “has led to violence.”  Pelley: “It’s time to ask whether the attack on the United States Congress yesterday was foreseeable, predictable, and to some ...

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Dem Sen Blumenthal: ‘Part of the Problem’ Is Trump Continuing ‘Visceral and Vehe…

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) argued that “part of the problem is that the president is continuing the very visceral and vehement attacks” and urged toned down rhetoric. Blumenthal: “We need to seize this moment and tone down the rhetoric. I know that’s easier said ...

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STEVE KING ON BASEBALL SHOOTING: I WANT TO PUT IT AT THE FEET OF OBAMA

WHO Radio: KING: “I do want to put some of this at the feet of Barack Obama. He contributed mightily to dividing us.” RADIO HOST: “I agree. Oh, I do agree.” KING: “He focused on our differences rather than our things that unify us. And this is some of the ...

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Ryan and Pelosi Come Together in Effort to Tone Down Rhetoric: ‘It Goes Too Far’

They’ve had many arguments during their years in Congress. But on Thursday night, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi came together to try to tone down the partisan rhetoric on both sides. Speaking with Jake Tapper during the Congressional baseball game at Nationals Park in Washington, the two party leaders in the House said ...

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Ted Nugent is going to back off harsh rhetoric

On WABC Radio  – Eboni K. Williams and Curtis Sliwa: TED: “BUT AT THE TENDER AGE OF 69, MY WIFE HAS CONVINCED ME THAT I CAN’T USE THOSE HARSH TERMS. I CANNOT AND I WILL NOT AND I ENCOURGE EVEN MY FRIENDS/ENEMY ON THE LEFT IN THE DEMOCRAT AND LIBERAL ...

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Colbert Mocks Fox News For Dropping ‘Fair & Balanced’ Slogan: ‘I Assume Beca…

On Thursday night, Stephen Colbert took some shots at Fox News for dropping their ‘Fair & Balanced’ slogan. “This is big news,” Colbert began. “Fox News is dropping its ‘Fair & Balanced’ slogan — I assume because they finally watched themselves.” The Late Show host noted that according to a “Fox insider,” it was ...

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