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U.S. and World Breaking news – CDN reports on the White House, Congress, the Supreme Court and issues of the day.

Meghan McCain to Leave Fox News

Fox News host and contributor Meghan McCain is ending her two-year stint at the cable network. McCain has hosted “Outnumbered” on the network for 9 months and been a contributor on several others. “I’m leaving to focus on other things,” she tweeted Friday. “I have no doubt the show will continue to do well.” I’m so thankful to @FoxNews for the ...

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Bucket bomb on London Train Burns Dozens

PArsons green station bombing

A bucket bomb is blamed for putting 22 people into the hospital after it sent a fireball through a train at Parsons Green station in London. *this is a breaking story and will be updated as events warrant At least 22 people being treated following a fire at a #London subway station police call a "terrorist incident," https://t.co/5h7C6Tiunk pic.twitter.com/pY6LtTvOo3 — ...

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North Korea Shoots Missile Over Japan [again]

North Korea fired a missile over Japan Thursday causing the Japanese government to warn its citizens to take shelter. The missile passed over Hokkaido but neither the Japanese nor American forces in the area attempted to shoot it down. Instead, the Japanese government issued a nationwide alert telling residents to take shelter. South Korean and U.S. intelligence officials are analyzing ...

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Churches fight FEMA’s refusal to help them rebuild after Hurricanes

Church in Rockport damaged

Non-profit organizations are able to request relief money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) unless they are churches. Three churches are fighting back against FEMA by filing suit because the agency refuses to approve their requests for relief money solely because they are religious. Some of the churches served as FEMA coordination points, relief centers, and shelters during the ...

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Buffalo Wild Wings Employee Silences National Anthem on 9/11

Buffalo Wild Wings

“The Star-Spangled Banner” is at the center of controversy again, but not at a football game. Customers at an Eastvale, California Buffalo Wild Wings said that an employee censored the anthem by muting the sound as it was played before Monday Night Football on September 11th. When the unidentified employee was asked why the anthem was muted, he answered that ...

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School Warns Chanting ‘USA’ at Games is Offensive

USA Chant controversy

Vista Del Lago High School in Folsom, California has told students that chanting “USA” at sporting events could appear intolerant. The schools principal sent an email to parents and made an announcement to students that said that in chanting “USA” “we can communicate an unintended message.” Mother Natalie Woodbury said, “I want to chant USA because I want us to ...

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Leftist Fanatics Cover Thomas Jefferson Statue at University He Helped to Found

The deranged left’s campaign to erase all of American history that offends their overly-sensitive petty minds has now begun the crossover from Confederate statues to other figures deemed to be too offensive to tolerate. Vandals defaced a New York statue of Christopher Columbus with a substance that looked like blood this week and now Black Lives Matter activists and other ...

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White House Press Briefing 9/13/17

Sarah Huckabee Sanders - 9

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders briefs the media on the events and issues of the day. Topics of discussion are likely to include: Tax reform Hurricane Harvey and Irma recovery North Korea The briefing is scheduled for 2:30 pm EDT but often starts 10-20 minutes late.

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