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Dam Failing as Scope of Puerto Rico’s Disaster Bec…

Puerto Rican officials rushed to evacuate tens of thousands of people downstream of a failing dam and said they could not reach more than half the towns in the U.S. territory as the massive scale of the disaster wrought by Hurricane Maria started to become clear on Friday. Government spokesman ...

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AbbVie Top Executives Think Debate Over Drug Prici…

Top executives of drug giant AbbVie, including its CEO, Richard Gonzalez, think political outrage over drug pricing is fading and won’t lead to any big changes, according to two reports. According to Endpoints, Gonzalez, CFO Bill Chase and CSO Michael Severino sat down with analysts from investment bank Leerink Partners for ...

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Wisconsin, 20 Other U.S. States Targeted by Russia…

Wisconsin, a key state in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, said on Friday it was one of the 21 states that the federal government notified were targeted by Russian government hackers but no votes were changed. The Department of Homeland Security confirmed it had notified the 21 states but declined ...

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Protesters Drown Out Comey During Howard Universit…

Protesters drowned out former FBI director James Comey’s speech at Howard University Friday as he welcomed the school’s freshman class. Comey was able to thank school president Wayne Frederick before protesters in the back of the auditorium chimed in and silenced him. They chanted, “We shall not be moved,” “I ...

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Melania Trump Hosts Children at White House Garden

First lady Melania Trump hosted local schoolchildren at the White House on Friday to replant the White House garden, which previous first lady Michelle Obama had made into a symbol of the benefits of healthy eating, according to Politico. “I’m a big believer in healthy eating because it reflects on ...

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U.S. Bishops Urge Caution on Graham-Cassidy

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is calling on Congress to exercise caution as the Senate approaches a vote on the Republican Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill. “As you consider the Graham-Cassidy legislation as a possible replacement for the Affordable Care Act, we urge you to think of the harm that will ...

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Antifa is a Fascist, Violent Group

A new documentary looks at the Antifa movement and the impact it’s had on conservatives across the country — and the film concludes that the group stands for what it claims to oppose. Short for Anti-Fascist Action, Antifa has appeared at countless rallies in the United States this year and ...

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‘Nobody Takes Issue’ With Russian Election Meddlin…

Despite President Donald Trump referring to the investigation into Russian election interference as “the Russia hoax” Friday morning, a State Department spokeswoman said on CNN that “this administration and this entire government has been clear that Russia meddled.” The Russia hoax continues, now it’s ads on Facebook. What about ...

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Trump Admin Readies New Targeted Restrictions to R…

The Trump administration is preparing to replace its controversial travel ban with a new order tailored on a country-by-country basis but affecting slightly more than the six nations now targeted, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The new rules would not have a stated end date, with countries facing the potential ...

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‘I Do Not’ Want to Be Secretary of State

Ambassador Nikki Haley on Thursday said she does not want to become secretary of state when asked outright if she wanted the top diplomatic job currently held by Rex Tillerson, multiple outlets reported. “No, I do not,” Haley replied to the question during a press conference on the sidelines of ...

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