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Multiple News Outlets That Repeated CNN’s Debunked Scuitto Russia Story Refuse To Correct

Several outlets have not issued corrections or updates on articles about Trump being partially responsible for the decision to extract a high-level Kremlin source. CNN first reported the story, alleging Trump’s lax handling of classified information was to blame, and the NYT later debunked this claim. Business Insider updated its story after the Daily Caller News Foundation reached out, but the ...

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One America News Network Sues MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow For $10 Million

One America News Network (OANN) filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit Monday against MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. OANN is suing Maddow, MSNBC, Comcast Corporation and NBC Universal for defamation, alleging Maddow “maliciously and recklessly” went after the network by suggesting it is a Russian state propaganda outlet, the complaint reads, according to Law and Crime. Maddow said that OANN “really, literally is ...

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Dorian Death Toll Climbs in Bahamas; Thousands in Desperate Need Of Supplies

Forty-four people have been confirmed dead in the Bahamas and thousands more are in desperate need of food, water and shelter following Hurricane Dorian. Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas for over a day beginning Sunday as a Category 5 storm, causing catastrophic devastation to the islands. Some victims of the storm may have been washed out to sea and will ...

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Antifa Calls A Black Man Who Has De-Radicalized KKK Members A White Supremacist

Antifa labeled a black man, who has worked to de-radicalize KKK members, a white supremacist at a Pennsylvania event last month. Daryl Davis was a speaker at an “Ending Racism” event organized by MINDS, which was part of a series “intended to create dialogue and promote viewpoint diversity.” Davis, a musician, is a race relations expert who has spent years ...

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Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Won’t Run For President

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced Friday that he would not pursue a 2020 presidential bid. Schultz announced that he was thinking about running as an independent in January, but changed his mine and wrote to supporters Friday that “an independent campaign for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time,” according to ...

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More Than 30 Dead In Bahamas as Dorian Makes Landfall in North Carolina

Over 30 people have been confirmed dead in the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian, which made landfall in North Carolina Friday morning. Dorian hovered over the Bahamas beginning Sunday for over a day, causing catastrophic destruction to the islands. The death toll is expected to “rise dramatically,” Health Minister Duane Sands said according to NBC News. “It is a horrendous challenge ...

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Judge Jeanine Acknowledges Suspension, Worries She Could Be Fired

Jeanine Pirro Justice with Judge Jeanine

Fox News host Jeanine Pirro acknowledged her suspension last year from Fox News and said she is now worried that she could be fired. Pirro, the host of “Justice with Judge Jeanine” spoke on Sebastian Gorka’s radio program Tuesday and discussed the suspension which came about after she questioned whether Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar is patriotic because she wears ...

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Dems Blame Airplanes, Meat, Business For Climate Crisis – CNN Immediately Runs Ads For Those Three Things

CNN aired advertisements for airplanes, meat and businesses during its climate crisis town hall Wednesday as candidates branded those three things as reasons for the crisis. Ten 2020 candidates answered questions about ways to help the climate crisis during a seven-hour CNN town hall Wednesday evening. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg was one of the candidates honing in on decarbonizing ...

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Category 3 Dorian Scrapes Charleston, Could Make Landfall

Hurricane Dorian was about 70 miles from Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday morning and could make landfall later in the day. The hurricane moved up to a Category 3 storm and coastal areas saw heavy rain Thursday morning. The storm hovered over the Bahamas beginning Sunday for more than a day before clipping Florida. Dorian could make landfall anywhere from Myrtle ...

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Bernie Sanders Says Abortion Will Help Fight Climate Change

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said he supports abortion, in part, as a way to curb human population in light of climate change. A member of the audience asked the Vermont senator about human population growth during CNN’s climate town hall Wednesday. She specifically asked Sanders whether he would support measures to curb that growth. The audience member added ...

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Labor Employee Resigns Amid Bloomberg Law Report Over 2016 Joke

A newly appointed Labor Department official resigned after Bloomberg Law requested comment from the White House about a 2016 joke posted on the labor employee’s Facebook page. Leif Olson worked at the Department of Labor (DOL) for just 18 days before resigning, Bloomberg Law reported. Olsen wrote a Facebook comment “suggesting the Jewish-controlled media ‘protects their own,’” but the article ...

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Five Killed In The Bahamas As Hurricane Dorian Makes Landfall |

At least five people have been confirmed dead on Abaco Island as Hurricane Dorian passed through the Bahamas Monday. The Category 4 storm has already caused “extreme destruction” as surges rose up to 18 feet above normal levels Monday, the New York Times reported. Dorian is expected to head close to the Florida coast Tuesday evening. “We are in the ...

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Voice Of America Currently Employs A Former Russian Anti-U.S. Propagandist

Voice of America employs a reporter for its Russian Service website who used to produce anti-U.S. and anti-Semitic videos for a Russian outlet. The reporter’s productions have been scrubbed from the VOA Russia search page, but he is still employed as a “contractor.” One of the videos produced by the VOA employee while working for a different outlet suggests that the ...

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Hurricane Dorian Strengthens to Category 4, Heads Toward Carolinas

Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 4 storm and will is now expected to make landfall in the Carolinas, potentially missing Florida. Dorian shifted notably overnight, the National Hurricane Center announced Saturday morning. The storm could still make landfalls along Florida’s coast, according to the hurricane center. It became a Category 4 storm Friday evening. “There’s been a notable change ...

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