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Trump’s CIA Pick Passes Crucial First Step

  by Robert Donachie The Senate Intelligence Committee gave President Donald Trump’s pick to head the CIA, Gina Hasepl, a positive recommendation Wednesday. The Committee voted 10-5 Wednesday in favor of Haspel, who must now be confirmed before the entire Senate body before she can become the next CIA director. Every Republican member of the committee voted in favor of ...

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Pro-Trump Congressman Wins Republican Senate Nomination Pennsylvania

Lou Barletta pro-trump senate candidate 2018 pennsylvania

  by Henry Rodgers GOP Rep. Lou Barletta defeated state Rep. Jim Christiana to win the Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary Tuesday night. The Associated Press called the race for Barletta after 52 percent of precincts had reported their numbers, which showed he had 59 percent of the votes. Barletta will now take on Democratic incumbent Bob Casey Jr. in the high-stakes race for U.S. ...

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Socialists, Big Labor Behind ‘Head Tax’ That Punishes Seattle Businesses For Hiring

  by The Seattle city council voted unanimously Monday to tax the city’s largest employers $275 per employee in order to provide housing and healthcare for a growing homeless population. The council reached the decision after a weekend of haggling between council members and Mayor Jenny Durkan, who threatened to veto the originally proposed $500 tax per employee. The tax applies to ...

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North Korea Says Denuclearization Definitely Not Going To Happen, Threatens To Cancel Summit

Kim Jong Un

  by Will Racke North Korea will reconsider the anticipated summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un if Washington continues to insist that Pyongyang give up its nuclear weapons, a top regime official said Tuesday night. Trump and Kim are set to meet June 12 in Singapore, an unprecedented face-to-face meeting between the top representatives of longtime adversaries. The ...

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Tesla Bull Turns Bearish As Clouds Over Elon Musk Continue To Darken

  by Chris White One of Tesla’s chief supporters on Wall Street has taken a more bearish approach to the electric automaker as the company embarks on a major managerial shakeup following poor production numbers. Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas is tossing up warning flags concerning the business and production aspects of the Silicon Valley company. He slashed his price target due ...

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Feds Investigate Company That Got $25 Million After Donating To Cuomo

Andrew Cuomo

  by Thomas Phippen Federal authorities are investigating a New York health care company that received a $25 million grant after executives donated big money to Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The U.S. attorney’s office in New York’s southern district is looking into whether Crystal Run Healthcare LPP improperly obtained the massive grants following two days of frenzied executive donations totaling ...

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Israeli Soccer Team Adding ‘Trump’ To Name To Celebrate Embassy Move

  by Peter Hasson An Israeli soccer team is adding “Trump” to its name in celebration of President Donald Trump’s decision to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the team announced on Sunday. Beitar Jerusalem, will now be known as “Beitar Trump Jerusalem,” according to a statement the club posted on Facebook. “For 70 years has Jerusalem been awaiting ...

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Questions Emerge About Avenatti’s Past

Michael Avenatti

  by Peter Hasson & Joe Simpson Much of the developments surrounding Stormy Daniel’s lawsuit again President Donald Trump have focused on the business dealings of attorney Michael Cohen, but an investigation by The Daily Caller News Foundation reveals that Daniel’s counsel, Michael Avenatti, has his own questionable history. Avenatti’s past is littered with lawsuits, jilted business partners and bankruptcy ...

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Mark Warner: Trump Aides’ Contacts With Russians Could Be ‘Coincidences,’ Not Collusion

  by Chuck Ross The top Democrat on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence acknowledged in a recent interview that contacts between Trump campaign associates and Russians could be “a set of coincidences” rather than collusion. “I’m reserving my final judgement until we’ve seen all the witnesses we need to see, and we’ve gotten all the facts. So I’m going ...

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Grassley Flags ‘Apparent Contradictions’ In Comey’s Testimony About Michael Flynn

James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee 05-03-17

  by Chuck Ross The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is trying to get to the bottom of “apparent contradictions” in former FBI Director James Comey’s claims about former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Comey told a Senate Judiciary panel in a March 15, 2017 interview that the FBI agents who interviewed Flynn did not believe he intentionally lied ...

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Missouri To Give Planned Parenthood The Boot, Handmaids Protest

  by Grace Carr Missouri lawmakers passed a spending plan that will ensure Planned Parenthood does not receive funding through the state, and a number of disgruntled protesters dressed up as handmaids to air their grievances. Despite Missouri’s dedication to life, Planned Parenthood previously received federal funding that allowed the organization to receive money for birth control and cancer screenings ...

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House Republicans Get HUGE Cash Infusion Ahead Of Midterms

  by Robert Donachie A big-time Republican donor is giving the party new lifeblood heading into the November midterm elections, cutting a $30 million check to the  Congressional Leadership Fund. Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson made the donation earlier in May when Speaker of the House Paul Ryan hopped on a plan to meet with him in Las Vegas, Politico reports. Ryan ...

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What Blue Wave? Trump Rides The Current Of Increasing GOP Turnout

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  by Henry Rodgers President Donald Trump touted the success of the three Republicans who won their state primaries Tuesday night. Trump sent out a tweet Wednesday morning congratulating voters for selecting candidates “who have a great chance of winning in November” and praised the GOP for tremendous “voter energy and excitement.” The tweet comes after the three primary elections in West ...

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Anti-Trump AG Tried To Shut Down EPA’s Transparency Plan Hours Before Resigning In Disgrace

  by Chris White New York AG Eric Schneiderman promised to bring down EPA’s transparency plan hours before a slew of domestic abuse charges brought down the climate crusading lawman. Schneiderman, a Democrat and fierce opponent of President Donald Trump’s climate agenda, planned on targeting EPA’s transparency in science plan, the former AG said Monday afternoon. That was before four ...

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