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White House will no longer publicly release its visitor logs

The White House announced Friday it will no longer release the names of visitors coming in and out of the people’s house. The move breaks with eight years of policy under former President Barack Obama. There were some exceptions to Obama’s White House visitor log policy, however. For example, the ...

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Commentary: ‘The Last Jedi’ trailer is out, and it tells us a lot about the futu…

The newest “Star Wars” trailer is out and the fans — including this one — are going borderline psychotic with the buzz it’s generated. While “The Last Jedi” looks like it’s going to be an amazing entry into the “Star Wars” universe, it also looks like it will be showing us a ...

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Father to run Boston Marathon in honor of his unborn daughter with Down syndrome

A father will run the Boston Marathon in honor of his unborn daughter who has been diagnosed with Down syndrome, ABC News reported. Oliver and Kinnon Foley of Charlestown, Massachusetts, are expecting their first child, a daughter they have named Tenley, in less than a month. Tenley was diagnosed with ...

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Video: Chairs fly as all-out chaos erupts at Houston restaurant

An all-out brawl broke out at a Houston restaurant Tuesday night — and the entire incident was caught on camera. The incident reportedly started around 10:45 in the bar area of Bayou City Wings. That’s where police say a man sitting at the bar was asked to join a group of ...

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Watch: Pentagon releases video of ‘mother of all bombs’ being dropped in Afghani…

The U.S. military’s use of the Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb —the “mother of all bombs” — killed 36 ISIS fighters and no civilians, the Afghan Ministry of Defense said Friday. The MOAB is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the U.S. arsenal and was used for the first time in ...

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Watch: Wild horse fights giant alligator at a Florida national park

A new viral video has surfaced that shows what happens when two powerful and wild animals come head to head. This time, however, it doesn’t occur on the plains of Africa but in the swamps of Florida. In Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park just south of Gainesville, a group of hikers ...

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US drops ‘mother of all bombs’ in Afghanistan

The U.S. Air Force has dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb in its arsenal in eastern Afghanistan, unnamed military sources told CNN Thursday. According to CNN’s Pentagon correspondent, Barbara Starr, an American MC-130 aircraft dropped a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb, or MOAB, around 7 p.m. local time Thursday. It is the first ...

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Poll: Plurality of Americans — especially minorities — actually liked the contro…

The progressive punditry may have killed last week’s Pepsi ad featuring reality TV star Kendall Jenner, but according to a new survey, a plurality of Americans actually liked the commercial, which called for unity in a time of intense political rancor. Forty-four percent of Americans had a more favorable view of the ...

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Trump: ‘I authorized my military’ to drop the MOAB in Afghanistan

President Donald Trump took questions from the press earlier today about the “mother of all bombs” (MOAB) that was dropped on Afghanistan today, and acknowledged that it was done under full authorization from the Oval Office. According to Fox News, the MOAB was dropped in the “Nangarhar Province, an eastern ...

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The least diverse places in America are places that push the most diversity

For all the open mindedness, and diversity that Universities like to push today, campuses of higher learning are some of the least diverse places you can find. This is explained in Prager U’s latest video, as they bring on Turning Point USA’s founder Charlie Kirk to discuss this topic. Turning ...

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