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China Suspends US Navy Visits To Hong Kong Following Signing Of Pro-Democracy Legislation

China suspended U.S. Navy visits to Hong Kong Monday after President Donald Trump signed legislation last week backing the pro-democracy protests that have been going on for months. The two bills Trump signed Nov. 27 come amid a continuation of public clashes in Hong Kong that began over an extradition bill. China previously warned it would retaliate if the legislation ...

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Montana Gov. Bullock Drop Out Of 2020 Presidential Race

Democratic Montana Gov. Steve Bullock dropped out of the 2020 presidential race Monday morning. Bullock, a two-term Montana governor, joined the already-crowded Democratic field in May and was able to qualify for the second debate in July. He failed to gain traction in the race and fell short of the polling and fundraising requirements the other Democratic debates. “Today, I ...

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Joe Sestak Ends Presidential Bid

Former Democratic Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak ended his presidential campaign Sunday, according to a statement. Sestak was a late addition to the already-crowded Democratic field, announcing his run in June. The retired U.S. Navy officer thanked Americans for the “priceless opportunity” the campaign offered, as well as their support, in his announcement Sunday. “I want to thank you for the ...

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Top Historians Slam NYT ‘1619 Project’ As It Infiltrates Public School Curriculum


Multiple historians have slammed the New York Times’ “1619 Project,” which aims to “reframe” American history. The historians noted they were not consulted about the project, and each provided historical evidence combating the NYT’s claims. This project has already made its way into the public school curriculum. Multiple historians have slammed The New York Times’ “1619 Project” as others are ...

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Newsweek Fires Reporter Who Wrote That Trump Would Be Tweeting And Golfing On Thanksgiving

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Newsweek fired a reporter who wrote an article saying that President Donald Trump would likely be tweeting and golfing on Thanksgiving after he made a surprise visit to Afghanistan. Jessica Kwong, a former Newsweek political reporter covering the Trump administration, wrote an article originally titled “How Is Trump Spending Thanksgiving? Tweeting, Golfing And More” on Thursday. The article was published ...

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Anonymous Author Issues Warning For Trump: He ‘Will Hear From Me’ Before Election

A person claiming to be the anonymous author of a tell-all book about the Trump administration promised Reddit users Tuesday that the president would hear from the person “in my own name” before the 2020 election. The anonymous author, a “senior Trump administration official,” wrote in The New York Times in 2018 that there is a group of administration officials ...

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Americans Are Dying Younger, Study Shows

An increasing number of Americans are dying far before their time, causing the U.S. life expectancy rate to continue decreasing, according to a new study from the Journal of the American Medical Association. Life expectancy has been decreasing since 2014, according to the study, published Tuesday. A big factor is the increase in deaths among young and middle-aged adults due ...

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Sarah Sanders Says She’s ‘Been Called’ To Run For Office, Considering 2023 Run For Governor

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said that she’s “been called” to run for office and has indicated that she is considering a run for governor of Arkansas in 2023. Sanders, who left the White House less than six months ago, is eyeing a run for governor after current Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s term is up in 2023, ...

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The Queen Cancels Prince Andrew’s Birthday Party Amid Epstein Allegations

The Queen has cancelled party plans ahead of Prince Andrew’s 60th birthday in February following a bungled BBC interview about his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, according to The Sunday Times. Prince Andrew stepped down from his royal duties Nov. 20 after an ill-received interview Nov. 16 with BBC. The prince spoke about his friendship with the dead alleged child sex ...

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#BoycottMSNBC Trends On Twitter After Yang Demands Apology From Network For Apparent Media Blackout

#BoycottMSNBC began to trend on Twitter Saturday after businessman Andrew Yang noted that he would only go on the network if it issued an apology for an apparent media blackout against his campaign. Yang tweeted Saturday that the network, who co-hosted the fifth Democratic debate Nov. 20, had asked him for an interview. The 2020 presidential candidate added that he ...

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Michael Bloomberg Officially Joins Presidential Race

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg officially announced the start of his presidential campaign Sunday. Bloomberg, 77, has been toying with the idea of joining an already-crowded Democratic field, with a report earlier in November noting that he was preparing to file for a Democratic presidential primary in Alabama. The multi-billionaire officially joined the race Sunday with an advertisement ...

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Media Outlets Rip Biden For Horrible Debate Performance

Multiple media outlets criticized former Vice President Joe Biden for his poor performance during Wednesday’s fifth democratic debate. Biden struggled even before the debate began, with his campaign accidentally sending out its post-debate email hours before the event began. They sent a subsequent email apologizing for pulling the trigger and asking for money. Biden then made multiple errors, outlets pointed ...

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Poll Finds That One-Third Of Americans Don’t Trust The Media

Around one-third of Americans don’t trust that the media’s reporting is based on factual information, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and USAFacts. The poll, released Nov. 20,  asked Americans “how often” they think each of the questions asked “are based on factual information.” It found that about two in 10 – ...

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MSNBC Draws In Weakest Viewership For Democratic Debate Yet

Wednesday’s fifth Democratic debate was the least watched and lowest rated of the election season with a total viewership of around 6.5 million people, according to early Nielsen Media Research data. The debate saw around 1.7 million viewers in its key demographic of adults aged 25-54, Deadline reported. This is a big downturn from the Republicans’ all-time high debate in ...

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