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Federal Judge Blocks 176-Million Ton Coal Mine Exp…

A federal judge has blocked a proposed 176-million ton expansion of a central Montana coal mine in a ruling that criticized U.S. officials for downplaying the climate change impacts of the project and inflating its economic benefits. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy issued an order Monday barring Signal Peak Energy ...

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Walmart CEO Rips Trump But Won’t Quit Advisory Cou…

Walmart’s CEO on Tuesday slammed President Donald Trump’s delay in condemning white nationalists — saying he “missed a critical opportunity to help bring our country together” on Saturday — but will not join four other corporate executives in quitting the president’s manufacturing advisory council. However, Trump told reporters Tuesday that ...

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Slave-Glorifying Monuments Can Go to Museums – But…

Public monuments that appear to be a tip of the hat to slavery might be better off in museums, veteran political journalist Edward Klein told Newsmax TV. But choosing which statues to remove is not as easy as it looks because some of the nation’s most beloved political figures owned ...

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Trump’s Blame-Game Flap a ‘Betrayal of Authority’

President Donald Trump was reluctant to condemn white supremacists who staged a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend because he feared offending his base of supporters, Rev. Jesse Jackson told Newsmax TV on Tuesday. “His was a common betrayal of real authority,” the veteran civil-rights leader and founder ...

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WWII Veteran Returns Japanese Soldier’s Flag to Fa…

WWII veteran and Marine Marvin Strombo has returned a Japanese soldier’s battle flag to the man’s family after Strombo found the flag on the soldier 73 years earlier during the 1944 Battle of Saipan. Strombo, who was 20 years old when he found the flag on Sadao Yasue, had promised the ...

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Storms Predicted for South, East

Americans traveling this weekend to see the Aug. 21 solar eclipse may have to deal with a forecast of storms that could delay flights or snarl traffic in the South and East. Thunderstorms and rain showers are predicted both Saturday and Sunday from the Carolinas to the Gulf Coast states, which ...

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Both Sides in Charlottesville Horror Are ‘Lunatics…

Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik told Newsmax TV on Tuesday that both the racist groups who participated in Saturday’s deadly Charlottesville rally, as well as the counter-protestors who clashed with them, must be investigated by the feds because “there are lunatics on both sides.” In interviews with ...

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Rudy Giuliani Has Emergency Surgery After Fall at …

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani had emergency surgery Sunday after his right leg gave way on the first day of his vacation on Long Island, Page Six of the New York Post reported Tuesday. “I was a catcher from a very young age, and I have suffered with ...

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LeBron Blasts Trump, Calls Him ‘So-Called Presiden…

LeBron James swiped at President Trump on Tuesday, calling him the “so-called president” while calling for unity in light of the Charlottesville tragedy. Speaking on stage to students, parents and families connected his to foundation at the end of a daylong event at Cedar Point Amusement Park, James said he ...

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UPDATE 1-U.S. Court Strikes Down Two Republican-dr…

A U.S. court struck down two Republican-drawn U.S. congressional districts in Texas on Tuesday, calling them discriminatory and ordering a remedy ahead of elections in 2018, court papers showed. In the case that has been contested in federal courts for about six years, a three-judge panel at U.S. District Court ...

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