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Builder's union: 'Damn right' to working with…

The head of one of the nation’s largest unions that stands to score big on plans to spend $1 trillion rebuilding American infrastructure Monday brushed aside criticism from the left for meeting with President Trump after endorsing Hillary Clinton last year. “To be sure, there will be those among the ...

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Supporters stick with Trump, like his fights, 'scandals…

The media and Democratic leaders have mocked President Trump as a “rookie” prone to stupid mistakes, pointless fights, and support-sapping insults, but new polling shows that his voters like that he’s stirring up Washington. And even better for Trump: The increased support from his base in response to the left’s ...

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Thomas set to be longest-serving justice on Supreme Court

He faced a nasty confirmation fight and barely made it to the Supreme Court on a 52-48 vote, but Justice Clarence Thomas will get the last laugh as he closes in on breaking the record on years served. According to an actuarial report on the high court, Thomas, 68, would ...

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Women lose ground in Hollywood, TV news, '1998 levels&#…

Despite the calls in Hollywood and the media for greater representation of minorities, women lost ground in the film and television news industries, according to massive new study of their impact. Notably in the last two years, work and stories from women in broadcast news dropped to just 25 percent, ...

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Over 40,000 counterfeit Chinese condoms seized, won't w…

More than 40,000 counterfeit condoms imported into Puerto Rico from China have been seized by federal authorities who warned that they just won’t work as designed. U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the Food and Drug Administration made the seizure over five days, said a release ...

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Poll: Most reject sanctuary cities, say they're unsafe

A majority of voters would oppose having their town declared a “sanctuary” to protect criminal illegal immigrants, with most claiming the areas aren’t safe. The latest Rasmussen Reports survey said that 52 percent oppose the designation of “sanctuary city,” while 35 favor it. And 42 percent said that the areas ...

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White House Report Card: Reeling after TrumpCare failure in …

This week’s White House report card finds President Trump standing in the rubble of his effort to repeal and replace Obamacare after he failed to cut a deal with feuding factions in the Republican-controlled House. He is in need of a quick and important victory, but out graders don’t see ...

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Team Clinton: Gorsuch filibuster payback for loss

Key Democrats and progressives have been joined by a top Hillary Clinton lieutenant in their effort to block the Supreme Court nomination of Neil Gorsuch because they question the legitimacy of President Trump’s election. Pushing a theory that Trump’s election was improperly bolstered by Russia, former Clinton-era Labor Secretary Robert ...

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Another record haul for House GOP, building 'shock and …

Central Ohio Rep. Steve Stivers is mapping the House GOP’s 2018 midterm election battle like Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf planned the first Gulf War: First line up the funding, then recruit and train the troops and finally align with allies and take the field. Unlike any other chairman of the National ...

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Global warming 'believers' reaches 50% for first t…

In a significant turn, those who now believe in global warming, and man’s role in it, has reached 50 percent, according to a new national poll. What’s more, the percentage of “skeptics” has dropped to 19, and those in the middle, who were the largest group just two years ago, ...

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