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Mark Cuban on Trump’s First 100 Days: ‘I’d Say a C…

President Donald Trump deserves a C-minus grade for his accomplishments during his first 100 days, according to Mark Cuban, the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks. “I’d say a C-minus. There’s some things that he’s tried to do. I’d give him a credit for the Supreme Court. I guess it’s ...

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Supreme Court Won't Intervene in Montana Spec…

The ballot for Montana’s special congressional election is set after the Supreme Court rejected an appeal by three minor party and independent candidates who want to run in next month’s race. Justice Anthony Kennedy on Friday denied the request made by the Green Party’s… Source link

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Young Immigrants Won’t ‘Rest Easy’ Despite Trump’s…

Young immigrants protected by executive action from deportation say they won’t “rest easy,” even if President Donald Trump said they should. Nearly 800,000 people who were brought to the U.S. as children and are living in the country illegally qualify for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. They’ve been ...

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Someday, Someone’s Mother Will be President

Chelsea Clinton stayed away from politics and stuck to the subject of childhood obesity Friday at a Variety magazine event honoring prominent women and their charity work — except for her last line. Responding to a pointed quip hours earlier from emcee Vanessa Bayer, a “Saturday Night Live” cast member, ...

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Ted Nugent on Trump Visit: ‘So Relaxed and Cordial…

Ted Nugent said Friday that President Donald Trump was “so relaxed and cordial and open” during his visit Wednesday with Sarah Palin and Kid Rock and that he would give the new commander-in-chief “an A-plus” for his work so far. “It was almost like a Nugent family campfire, a family ...

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Trump Administration Dismisses Surgeon General

The White House dismissed the U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on Friday, as the administration of President Donald Trump continued to put its own leadership in place, USA Today reports. “Today, Dr. Murthy, the leader of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, was asked to resign from his duties ...

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Keep Evidence From Ex-NFLer Hernandez’s Prison Sui…

A Massachusetts state judge on Friday ordered prison officials to preserve any evidence collected from the cell of former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez, according to court documents, two days after he was found dead of an apparent suicide. Lawyers for Hernandez’s family had sought the ruling to ensure ...

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Trump Jr. Sends Well Wishes to Hospitalized George…

Friday, 21 Apr 2017 12:41 PM The ballot for Montana’s special congressional election is set after the Supreme Court rejected an appeal by three minor . . . Friday, 21 Apr 2017 12:29 PM President Donald Trump deserves a C-minus grade for his accomplishments during his first 100 days, ...

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Dems Could Win in Supreme Court Case on Wisconsin …

The Supreme Court will rule on a court case alleging partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin before the 2012 election in what could be a significant victory for Democrats. The Fair Elections Project, a bipartisan voting rights group, claims the Wisconsin State Assembly, the lower house of the state legislature, redrew district lines ...

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20 Percent of US Families Were Unemployed in 2016

Almost 20 percent of American families did not have anyone working last year, according to newly released government data. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 16,069,000 families were not working, up from the 2015 figure of 16,050,000. That amounts to 19.6 percent of families. There were more than 82 million U.S. ...

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