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What the Big Jolt to Germany’s Merkel Means to U.S…

Little-noticed by the U.S. and the world until a few days ago, the German elections Sunday dealt a major jolt to Chancellor Angela Merkel and her ruling CDU-CSU (Conservative) Party. With the final result still incomplete, Merkel is likely to remain chancellor in the next government — albeit with the ...

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Look to Trump’s Base for Rising Poll Numbers

The September job approval poll numbers for President Donald Trump looked better than they have since soon after he took office, NBC News reported Sunday. The NBC/Wall Street Journal poll was conducted prior to this weekend’s flap between the president and the NFL over players who kneel during the national ...

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Pro-Trump Political Group Launches Ad to ‘Turn Off…

America First Policies, a political action group that backs President Donald Trump, has produced a digital advertisement calling on the public to “Turn off the NFL,” in an attempt to support the president’s attack on the sports league, BuzzFeed News reported on Sunday. “Turn off the NFL,” reads a digital ...

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Terry Bradshaw Slams Trump for Criticizing NFL Pla…

Fox Sports host Terry Bradshaw criticized President Donald Trump on Sunday for the president’s statement that NFL players who refuse to stand for the national anthem should be fired or suspended. Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback, said, “While I don’t condone the protest during our national anthem, this is ...

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7 Charged with Rioting After Protest in St. Louis …

Protesters who were arrested at an unruly demonstration at a suburban St. Louis shopping mall were released from jail Sunday amid cheers from demonstrators. An estimated 200 people gathered at the St. Louis County Justice Center Sunday afternoon, a day after 22 protesters were arrested at the St. Louis Galleria ...

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In L.A., Palm Trees Are Dying

Palm trees in Los Angeles are dying because of disease and pests, the Los Angeles Times reports. Palm trees were imported into Southern California in the 19th and early 20th centuries and are a staple in the City of Angels. But a fatal fungus and a threat of invasive insects ...

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D.C. Mayor Welcomes Warriors to Nation’s Capital

Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Saturday said the NBA champion Golden State Warriors were welcome to visit the nation’s capital despite President Donald Trump uninviting star player Steph Curry to the White House. #DCvalues pic.twitter.com/kQ8CrJ28el — Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser) September 23, 2017 Championship sports teams visiting ...

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Trump Applauds NFL ‘Solidarity,’ But ‘Kneeling Is …

Ignoring the backlash against his rebuke of U.S. flag and National Anthem protests in the NFL, President Donald Trump tweeted his approval of “solidarity” shown Sunday by those standing in locked arms, adding “kneeling is not acceptable” and ripping the NFL for its “bad ratings.” Great solidarity for our ...

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Merkel Wins Fourth Term as Far-Right Enters German…

Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives beat their rivals on Sunday to win her a fourth term in an election that will also bring a far-right party into Germany’s parliament for the first time in more than half a century, exit polls showed. After shock election results last year, from Britain’s vote ...

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Official Says at Least 6 Hurt in Tennessee Church …

Authorities in Tennessee say at least six people were injured in a shooting at a church in the Nashville area. Source link

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