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The Numbers Are In, And They’re Looking Good For Kavanaugh

New public opinion polling shows strong majorities of voters favor the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court in red states represented by Democratic senators standing for reelection in November.

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FBI Seized 12 Audio Recordings During Michael Cohen Raid

Michael Cohen

  by Chuck Ross Twelve audio files recorded by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen were handed over to federal prosecutors on Friday, according to a document filed Monday in federal court. Barbara S. Jones, who is serving as special master in a review of documents seized from Cohen in an April 9 FBI raid, said in the court filing that ...

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President Of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton Finds FISA Court At Fault For Purposely Targeting Trump Campaign

  by Nick Givas President of the legal watchdog group Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton, said the FISA court was at fault for purposely targeting President Donald Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign. Fitton said it was troubling the Clinton campaign helped fund the infamous Steele dossier, which was used as a main piece of evidence to obtain FISA warrants against Trump adviser ...

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Gowdy: If Collusion Evidence Existed, Adam Schiff Would Have Leaked It

  by Chuck Ross South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy said Sunday that, after 18 months of congressional investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government, he has yet to see a “scintilla” of evidence showing that there was coordination between the two sides. The Republican also said it is unlikely that any Democrat has seen evidence of ...

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DOJ Releases Carter Page FISA Applications

In an unprecedented move, the Department of Justice has released 412 pages of top-secret documents related to surveillance conducted against former Trump campaign chairman Carter Page.

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Report: Mueller Has Offered Tony Podesta Immunity To Testify In Manafort Case

Tony Podesta and Nancy Pelosi

  by Chuck Ross Special counsel Robert Mueller has offered Clinton-connected superlobbyist Tony Podesta immunity in order to testify against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to Fox News host Tucker Carlson. “Tonight we can report exclusively based on two separate sources we spoke to today that Tony Podesta has been offered immunity by Robert Mueller to testify against ...

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Judge Tosses Out New York City’s Climate Change Lawsuit

Offshore oil rig

  by Michael Bastasch A federal judge tossed out a lawsuit brought against five major oil companies by New York City that demanded compensation for the alleged damages from man-made global warming. “The Court recognizes that the City, and many other governmental entities around the United States and in other nations, will be forced to grapple with the harmful impacts of ...

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Study: Eating Dinner Early Might Reduce Cancer Risk

Dinner food on table

  by Gabrielle Okun Researchers found that eating dinner early might reduce the risk of breast and prostate cancer. A study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) discovered eating dinner at least two hours before bedtime can lower the risk of cancer. The researchers studied the relationship between the timing of eating food and sleep to possible cancer risks, according to the report, ...

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Report: Apple Moves User Data To China, Despite Privacy Concerns

  by Eric Lieberman Apple recently gave control of certain user data to a Chinese state-owned telecommunications operator, after moving the information earlier in the year, according to multiple reports. Based off of a social media post published Tuesday by China Telecom, the company has taken charge of Apple’s iCloud system for Chinese users, TechCrunch reports. Before, users in that country had their ...

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Study: To Avoid Alzheimer’s, Pay Attention To Your Blood Pressure

  by Evie Fordham New research on the link between blood pressure and Alzheimer’s disease stresses the importance of managing heart health in order to maintain brain health. More than 5.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia that causes memory loss and mental impairment, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Scientists have not pinned down what risk factors ...

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Mexican National Gets Hit With Federal Prison Time For Stealing $350,000 From US Government

ICE and FBI Agent with Illegal Immigrant

  by Nick Givas Mexican national Andres Avelino Anduaga was convicted of posing as an American citizen and stealing over $350,000 while defrauding the U.S. government for over 30 years. Anduaga was sentenced to 37 months in prison by a San Diego federal judge Friday and ordered to repay $360,908.85 to the Social Security Administration and the California Department of ...

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