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Boston Globe Touts Obama as Top Candidate for Harv…

Former President Barack Obama is on the Boston Globe’s shortlist for next president of Harvard University. The newspaper on Thursday floated Obama’s name along with six other possible candidates to succeed current Harvard president Drew Faust, who announced she’d step down next year. The paper noted Obama’s alumnus status and ...

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‘I Absolutely Believe It’s Possible’ Trump Did Not…

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said in a newly published interview the collusion story between President Donald Trump and Russia might be fake news. “I absolutely believe it’s possible,” Maddow told Rolling Stone. “I mean, Russia clearly did this attack, and there’s lots of circumstantial evidence that points at lots of ...

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‘Going to Back It Down’ on Hateful Rhetoric

Outspoken rocker and President Donald Trump supporter Ted Nugent vowed Thursday to give up using “hateful rhetoric” in his political remarks, declaring “we’ve got to be civil to each other.” Phoning in to the “Curtis & Eboni” show on 77 WABC radio, Nugent – who has made venomous and threatening ...

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Feds Collect Record $240.4B in May; Still Run $88….

The federal government collected a record $240.4 billion in taxes in May, but still ran an $88.2 billion deficit for the month because of overspending. The U.S. Treasury brought in $240,418,000,000 for the month, according to the department’s monthly statement reported by CNS News. The record haul was based on ...

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‘We Will Not Be Intimidated,’ ‘Let’s Play Ball’

President Donald Trump delivered a message of unity and determination in a video played during the annual congressional baseball game Thursday, a day after a gunman attacked Republicans during practice. “Tonight’s game has on a much deeper level of meaning beyond anything that we would have thought,” Trump said. “By playing tonight, ...

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Trump Should Not Fire Robert Mueller

President Donald Trump should not “threaten, much less order” the firing of special counsel Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation, former independent counsel Kenneth Starr said Thursday. “Subject to the possibility of being fired for ‘good cause,’ Mueller should be allowed to do his work unhindered and unimpeded,” Starr, who ...

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Obama Adm. Never Reached Out to Captured American’…

The only Westerner to see American Otto Warmbier detained by North Korea security services in January 2016 says he was never contacted by the Obama administration about the incident. In his first public interview, Danny Gratton of Staffordshire, England, told The Washington Post he met Warmbier in Beijing in late December ...

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I’m Releasing Full Megyn Kelly Interview Before It…

Controversial Infowars host Alex Jones announced Thursday he’ll scoop NBC and Megyn Kelly on their own interview. Jones said he’d release contents of their conversation — which he claims to have recorded — on his website Thursday night. Ahead of the full interview, however, he released what appears to be ...

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Oliver Stone Slams John Brennan for Anti-Trump Com…

Filmmaker Oliver Stone on Thursday ripped former CIA Director John Brennan for his and the intelligence community’s hostility toward Donald Trump during the presidential transition. Stone, whose interviews with Russian President Vladimir Putin are airing on Showtime this week, accused Brennan of “creating a fear and paranoia without evidence in ...

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Feds Collect Record $240.4B in May; Still Run $88….

The federal government collected a record $240.4 billion in taxes in May, but still ran an $88.2 billion deficit for the month because of overspending. The U.S. Treasury brought in $240,418,000,000 for the month, according to the department’s monthly statement reported by CNS News. The record haul was based on ...

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