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Megyn Kelly’s Fox News Appearance With Tucker Draws In Over 4 Millions Viewers

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Former NBC and Fox News host Megyn Kelly’s brief return to Fox News Wednesday as a guest on host Tucker Carlson’s show drew over four million viewers according to Nielsen Media Research. Kelly’s first television interview in a year and first time on Fox News in over two years made “Tucker Carlson Tonight” the most-watched show on cable, Nielsen Media ...

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Notre Dame’s Melted Scaffold Will Be Removed ‘In The Coming Weeks’

Workers will begin to remove the melted scaffold on top of Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral “in the coming weeks” according to France’s culture minister. An April 15 fire largely destroyed the medieval cathedral as it was undergoing renovations. Engineers have worked to determine if removing some of the ruined parts would weaken the structure after the blaze, the Associated Press reported. ...

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ABC News Issues Correction After Running Apparent Gun Range Footage As Combat Video From Syria

ABC News issued a correction Monday after the network ran what appears to be 2017 gun range footage and reported it as combat video from Syria. “ABC World News Tonight” reported Sunday evening that a clip appeared to show Turkish-backed fighters bombing the Kurds. The chyron said, “Slaughter in Syria.” The network aired the footage again during Monday’s “Good Morning ...

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Democrats Subpoena Giuliani Associates In Latest Move For Impeachment Inquiry |

House Democrats subpoenaed two of Rudy Giuliani’s associates Thursday as part of an ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump after the pair was charged with campaign finance violations Wednesday evening. Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman worked with Trump’s personal lawyer during efforts to get Ukrainian officials to look into former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, Giuliani ...

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Parts Of California Go Dark To Curb Wildfire Risk


Over one million Californians are expected to be without power Wednesday as a days-long Public Safety Power Shutoff begins in an effort to curb the risk of wildfires. Power shut off to 513,000 Northern California homes and businesses Wednesday morning, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) said according to USA Today. An additional 234,000 customers were set to lose power at noon ...

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Hillary Tells Trump: ‘Don’t Tempt Me’ To Run In 2020

2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton responded Tuesday to President Donald Trump’s Twitter invite for her to jump into the 2020 presidential race. Trump tweeted Tuesday that “Crooked Hillary Clinton” should join the race “to try and steal it away from Uber Left Elizabeth Warren.” He added that she could only re-enter after explaining “her high crimes and misdemeanors,” including ...

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Judge Orders Trump To Turn Over Eight Years Of Tax Returns To Manhattan District Attorney

A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump to turn over eight years of his personal and corporate tax returns to the Manhattan district attorney Monday. Judge Victor Marrero denied Trump’s argument that sitting presidents are exempt from criminal investigations because of the Constitution, The New York Times reported. Trump’s lawyers are expected to appeal the decision in a continued attempt ...

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Veteran Suicides Continue To Increase As The 18th Anniversary Of The War In Afghanistan Arrives

Oct. 7 marks the 18th anniversary of American troops invading Afghanistan, and as the war continues, veterans suicide rates are increasing. A Sept. 20 Veterans Affairs (VA) report found that suicide among veterans has increased 6.1% from 2005 to 2017. The Daily Caller News Foundation spoke to Jeremy Butler, CEO of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, about why the ...

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The New York Times Suffers Another Bout Of Bedbugs

The New York Times sent a staff-wide email Thursday confirming that its New York headquarters have bedbugs again, after “evidence of bedbugs” was discovered on every floor in August. A staff email Slate obtained Thursday read that “positive readings for bedbugs” were found on certain lactation and wellness rooms throughout the building. Slate reported in August that the newsroom was ...

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Iranian Hackers Tried To Infiltrate A Presidential Campaign, Microsoft Says

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Iranian hackers have been trying to get into the email accounts of at least one presidential campaign, multiple American journalists and current and former U.S. government officials according to Microsoft. The hackers have support from Iran’s government and made over 2,700 attempts to identify email accounts of various individuals, a Friday Microsoft report says. Microsoft did not name the targeted ...

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What Is The LaRouche Cult? The Group Taking Credit For ‘Eating Babies’ Ocasio-Cortez Troll

A fringe group claimed responsibility for a woman who suggested “eating babies” during Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s town hall on climate change Thursday. An audience member stood up to ask the congresswoman a question during the New York town hall. The woman went into a rant about “eating babies,” adding that the world only has a few months ...

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Pelosi Falsely Says Adam Schiff’s Interpretation Of Ukraine Transcript Was ‘The President’s Own Words’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi falsely claimed that Rep. Adam Schiff’s “dramatic interpretation” of President Donald Trump’s transcript with Ukraine was “the president’s own words” in an interview on ABC News Thursday. Pelosi spoke to ABC News host George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America” Thursday and discussed the now-released July 25 transcript of a phone call between Trump and Ukrainian President ...

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22 Service Members Injured After Evening Parachute Jump Goes Wrong

Twenty-two paratroopers were left injured Wednesday after a night-time military exercise went wrong, and authorities say they aren’t sure what caused the accident. Service members of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division out of Alaska were doing night jumps at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center, according to 25th Infantry spokesperson Cpt. Ashley Sangster, ABC 15 reported. Fifteen paratroopers ...

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Schiff Knew Of Whistleblower Complaint Before It Was Filed: Report

Adam Schiff knew about allegations that President Donald Trump used his position to ask Ukrainian officials to look into Joe Biden and his son before the whistleblower’s complaint was filed, a spokesman and numerous American officials said, according to the New York Times. The whistleblower, a CIA officer, had a co-worker bring the allegations to a lawyer for the agency ...

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