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Trump Threatens Southern Border Closing ‘Next Week’

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President Donald Trump threatened to close the U.S. southern border in a tweet Friday if Mexico “doesn’t immediately stop” illegal immigration into the U.S. “If Mexico doesn’t immediately stop ALL illegal immigration coming into the United States throug[h] our Southern Border, I will be CLOSING […] the Border, or large sections of the Border, next week,” Trump wrote on Twitter. ...

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Death Toll Rises After Tram Shooting In The Netherlands

The death toll after a tram shooting in the Netherlands has risen to four after a 74-year-old man who was seriously wounded succumbed to his injuries, Dutch prosecutors said Thursday. Prosecutors plan to adjust charges against accused gunman Gokmen Tanis to four counts of murder or manslaughter, carried out with terrorist intent, reported Channel NewsAsia. Authorities went on a manhunt ...

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‘People Make Threats All The Time’

Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti brushed aside his indictment for extortion during a “CBS This Morning” interview that aired Wednesday by saying “people make threats all the time.” “There’s legal experts that say that I was well within the line as an aggressive attorney. There’s many that say that, and the fact of the matter is this was not extortion. People ...

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New York County Bans Unvaccinated Kids In Public Places Amid Record-Setting Measles Outbreak

A New York county announced a 30-day ban Tuesday on unvaccinated children in public places amid a record-setting measles outbreak that prompted a state of emergency declaration. People under 18 who have not been vaccinated against measles are barred from places including malls, restaurants, schools and even houses of worship in Rockland County, reported CNN. “It’s an attention grab, there’s ...

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White House And Nancy Pelosi Test Out Partnership To Fight High Drug Prices

The White House and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s staff are testing out a partnership to fight high drug prices for a domestic policy win, White House sources said according to Politico Tuesday. The staff-level talks are being overseen by Domestic Policy Council Director Joe Grogan and the Department of Health and Human Services. Pelosi health policy staffer Wendell Primus is ...

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Pelosi And Co Unveil Their Own Health Care Fixes As Party’s Far Left Rallies To Medicare For All

House Democrats led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi touted a new plan they say gives more middle class Americans health coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Tuesday afternoon. Outlets had first reported on Pelosi’s intent to make a health care announcement Monday in the wake of Mueller probe news that had Democrats searching for a distraction. The push comes as ...

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House Democrats Nix Born Alive Bill For A 20th Time

House Democrats nixed Republicans’ request for unanimous consent to bring the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act to a vote for a twentieth time Monday. Republican Georgia Rep. Rick Allen made the call for unanimous consent Monday. Numerous Republican representatives have made the same petition to consider the bill. A failed Senate vote on a counterpart bill drew major attention ...

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Democratic Senator Declines To Seek 2020 Reelection

Democratic New Mexico Sen. Tom Udall said he will not seek a third term in the 2020 election Monday. “I’m confident that we could run a strong campaign next year to earn a third term … But the worst thing anyone in public office can do is believe the office belongs to them, rather than to the people they represent. ...

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Here’s How Many Articles, Likes And Shares The Mueller Probe Has Fueled Since Its Inception

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation has fueled 533,074 web articles since its inception in May 2017, according to NewsWhip data cited by Axios. After nearly two years of saturated media coverage of the topic, Attorney General William Barr delivered a report of the special counsel’s investigation to Congress Sunday. Barr wrote in a memo that the special counsel found ...

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New York Man Gets State Stun Gun Ban Overturned Based On His Second Amendment Rights |

Banning the personal ownership of stun guns in New York state is unconstitutional because it violates individuals’ Second Amendment right to bear arms, a federal judge ruled Friday. “New York’s sweeping prohibition on the possession and use of tasers and stun guns by all citizens for all purposes, even for self-defense in one’s own home, must be declared unconstitutional,” U.S. ...

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ADHD Drugs Increase Psychosis Risk, Study Finds

Certain medications to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may increase the risk of psychosis in young adults, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine Thursday found. The study found that teens and young people taking amphetamines like Adderall and Vyvanse were at a higher risk of developing psychosis than those taking methylphenidates like Ritalin or Concerta, ...

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Trump Orders Policy U-Turn On North Korea-related Sanctions

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un North Korean summit-2

President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Friday he was reversing course on new sanctions on Chinese companies doing business with North Korea. “It was announced today by the U.S. Treasury that additional large scale Sanctions would be added to those already existing Sanctions on North Korea,” Trump wrote. “I have today ordered the withdrawal of those additional Sanctions!” The U.S. ...

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Alleged Pipe Bomber Cesar Sayoc Pleads Guilty

Alleged mail bomber Cesar Sayoc entered a guilty plea Thursday after being accused of subjecting multiple high-profile Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump to pipe bomb scares in 2018. Sayoc had previously pleaded not guilty, reported NBC News. “I know that these actions were wrong and I’m sorry,” Sayoc said as he entered his new plea in front of ...

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Key Clinton 2016 Staff Going To Archenemy Bernie Sanders

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A staffer from Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign who specialized in opposition research on her primary opponent Bernie Sanders is joining the Vermont senator’s 2020 campaign. Tyson Brody, former deputy research director for Clinton’s 2016 campaign, will direct Sanders’s research operation, the senator’s campaign manager Faiz Shakir confirmed to Intelligencer Wednesday. “This campaign will comport itself according to the ...

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Brazilian President Says He Is On A Mission From God To Make Brazil Great Again

Brazil’s new President Jair Bolsonaro sat down with American media after his meeting with President Donald Trump Tuesday and discussed his desire to “make Brazil great” and how he owes his life “to God” after being stabbed on the campaign trail. The U.S. and Brazil have had a fraught relationship in the past, but Bolsonaro and Trump want to turn ...

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