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McCain Chastises Trump Admin for Having ‘No Strate…

Sen. John McCain has treated the surrogates of President Donald Trump with kid gloves when it came to Afghanistan, aiming most of his ire at the president but not anymore, the Washington Examiner reported. McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, held back plaudits for Defense Secretary Jim Mattis ...

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Law Makes VA Treat Some Family Caregivers Better T…

Caregivers for older, injured veterans receive less government assistance under current law than those injured after 9/11, The Washington Post reports. Under the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers, those who assist veterans wounded after the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 can receive stipends, training and other benefits not provided ...

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CIA Spying on Home Wi-Fi Routers

Home Wi-Fi routers made by Linksys, DLink, Belkin and other top tech firms have been used by the CIA to monitor the flow of internet traffic, documents revealed by WikiLeaks show. The infected routers spy on the internet-connected devices’ activities without the user knowing, turning them into “covert listening points,” ...

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Liberty University Professor Launches ‘Digital Det…

A Liberty University professor has launched a “digital detox” program to help students kick their addiction to social media. “I’m here to preserve humanity. Face-to-face contact is so important, and the more we are looking down at our screens, the less we exercise the muscles of our emotional intelligence,” Dr. ...

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Fox News Anchor Eric Bolling Considering Senate Bi…

Fox News anchor Eric Bolling admitted recently that he’s thinking of running for office once his television career ends, Politico reports. Bolling said in an interview with NJ.com that “when the lights go down on my TV career, the next step is running for Senate,” though he didn’t specify which ...

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Cost of Single-Payer Healthcare ‘Astonishing’

The Washington Post said calls for a single-payer healthcare system are not taking into account the plan’s astonishingly high price tag. “Obamacare looks shaky, mostly because Republicans are sabotaging it,” the newspaper claimed in an editorial. “This, in turn, has rekindled calls on the left to create a European-style ‘single-payer’ ...

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Cost of Single-Payer Healthcare ‘Astonishing’

The Washington Post said calls for a single-payer healthcare system are not taking into account the plan’s astonishingly high price tag. “Obamacare looks shaky, mostly because Republicans are sabotaging it,” the newspaper claimed in an editorial. “This, in turn, has rekindled calls on the left to create a European-style ‘single-payer’ ...

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Richardson Center Confirms It Aided Warmbier’s Rel…

Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson’s foundation, aimed at rescuing political prisoners, was involved in securing American student Otto Warmbier’s release from North Korea, which he considered a “semi-success” mitigated by “tragedy.” “The tragedy is he is not well,” the founder of The Richardson Center told Sunday’s “The Cats Roundtable.” ...

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Oliver Stone’s Son Works at RT, Russia’s Propagand…

Amid Hollywood director Oliver Stone’s recent public defenses of Russian President Vladimir Putin, The Washington Free Beacon revealed the director’s son is a host on RT America, which funded by the Russian government and is considered a Kremlin propaganda channel. Sean Stone was hired in 2015 to replace an RT ...

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Window into Senate Healthcare Talk Shows Pre-Exist…

Senate Republicans working behind closed doors on their version of a healthcare bill have indicated to reporters it will have provisions for pre-existing conditions, The Hill reported Sunday. Lawmakers also addressed other key components under discussion, giving some clue of what will be in their plan, including funds to stabilize ...

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