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United Launch Alliance to Launch Three National Security Space Missions for the Pentagon

Centennial, Colo., Feb. 19, 2019 – The United States Air Force announced today that United Launch Alliance (ULA) was awarded a firm, fixed-price contract to launch three missions on the company’s Atlas V rocket. This contract resulted from a competitive award under the Air Force’s Phase 1A procurement strategy. “ULA is honored to be selected to launch three missions in ...

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Trump Will Officially End Negotiations With California On Fuel Economy Rollbacks

The Trump administration will announce it’s ending fuel economy negotiations with California. EPA and DOT officials tried to hash out a compromise with California, but talks broke down. Federal officials will move ahead with plans to roll back Obama-era climate regulations on cars. The Trump administration will soon announce the end of negotiations with California regarding a proposed rollback of ...

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Trump Looks to Uproot Numbers-Only Bias Test Widely Used Across America

By Paul Sperry In what would be one of the Trump administration’s most far-reaching moves regarding race relations, top White House officials are planning a sharp pullback from federal efforts to correct imbalances in outcomes for minorities in everything from housing to hiring. On the table: a ban on the use of a controversial, numbers-focused, racial-bias theory known as “disparate ...

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CovCath Student Nicholas Sandmann Sues WaPo For $250 Million

Covington Catholic high school student Nicholas Sandmann is suing The Washington Post over its coverage of a January incident involving himself and Native American protester Nathan Phillips. Attorneys for Sandmann filed the lawsuit Tuesday, accusing the Washington newspaper of engaging in a “modern-day form of McCarthyism.” The lawsuit also blames CNN and NBC, “among others,” for taking part in the ...

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Border Agents Arrest 103 Illegal Aliens. Lack of a Proper Border Barrier an Issue

TUCSON, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Ajo Station, detained 103 illegal aliens from Central America, Monday morning after they illegally entered the United States west of Lukeville, Arizona. Agents operating mobile surveillance technology first spotted the group in the early morning hours as they walked through the anti-vehicle post-and-rail fence that delineates the U.S./Mexico border. This ...

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Jussie Smollett Pleaded Guilty to Giving Officials False Information In 2007

“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett pleaded guilty for not only driving under the influence of alcohol, but also for driving without a license and giving law enforcement false information in 2007. Smollett was sentenced to two years of probation, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office confirmed with NBC News Tuesday. He also had to choose between jail time or paying a ...

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Roberts Joins Liberals To Block Texas Execution Of Disabled Man

US Supreme Court

The Supreme Court effectively ensured a Texas inmate named Bobby James Moore will not be executed Tuesday. A majority of the court concluded that Moore is mentally disabled. The court said executing the disabled is “cruel and unusual” in 2002. The Tuesday case was Moore’s second before the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court practically foreclosed the possibility that a Texas ...

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Space Policy Directive-4: Establishment of the U.S. Space Force [Full Text]

President Donald Trump officially created the United States Space Force on Tuesday. The new military branch will operate under the Air Force, similar to the Marine Corp’s relationship with the Department of the Navy. Watch: February 19, 2019 Space Policy Directive-4 MEMORANDUM FOR THE VICE PRESIDENT THE SECRETARY OF STATE THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE THE SECRETARY OF COMMERCE THE SECRETARY ...

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Trump Officially Launches Space Force, But There’s A Catch

Donald Trump and Mike Pence meeting of National Space Council 6-18-18

President Donald Trump signed a directive Tuesday that will launch Space Force, placing it under the Air Force. (Related: Space Policy Directive-4: Establishment of the U.S. Space Force [Full Text]) The plan still needs to be approved by the Democrat-controlled Congress, reported The Wall Street Journal. “Space, that’s the next step and we have to be prepared,” Trump said Tuesday ...

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This Environmental Group Has Sued Trump Over 100 Times

The Center for Biological Diversity is reporting an enormous amount of lawsuits leveled against President Donald Trump since he first entered office. The Tuscon-based environmental organization has filed a total of 106 lawsuits against the White House, according to its website’s “Trump Lawsuit Tracker.” The lawsuits — which mostly target Trump’s environmental and energy agenda — average about one a ...

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Five Myths and Facts About Cancer Prevention

WASHINGTON, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — February is Cancer Prevention Month. The American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is leading a national campaign to help Americans separate the myths from facts about cancer risk. Throughout the month, AICR will debunk cancer misperceptions and empower Americans with accurate, evidence-based advice on cancer prevention. MYTH 1:Cancer is often genetic – I can’t do anything about ...

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Famous Statue Of Sailor Kissing Nurse Vandalized With #MeToo Statement

Vandals covered a statue in Florida depicting the iconic photograph commemorating the end of World War II in red paint Tuesday, spraying #MeToo across the memorial. Sarasota’s statue of the “The Kiss” remembers one of the most famous photographs of the 20th century. The picture photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt shows war veteran George Mendonsa kissing Greta Zimmer Friedman in Times Square on ...

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Andrew McCabe Says He ‘Absolutely’ Will Support Mueller’s Report Even If No Collusion Is Found [VIDEO]

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said Tuesday that he will “absolutely” support Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report even if it finds no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government. “If [Mueller’s] report comes out and he says there is no direct link, no direct collusion between the Russians and the president, will you be satisfied?” a host on ...

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ICE Catches 26 Illegal Aliens at San Diego Market Then Releases Them

SAN DIEGO – Special agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations raided a San Diego market today. During the operation, 26 individuals working at the market were determined to be illegal aliens. They were temporarily taken into custody and released pending the outcome of their immigration case. The focus of the raid was the employer and ...

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