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Lindsey Graham Says He’ll Grant Request For Mueller Testimony

Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday he will approve Democrats’ request to invite Robert Mueller to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee after the former special counsel published an op-ed in The Washington Post criticizing President Donald Trump’s decision to commute the prison sentence for Roger Stone. “Apparently Mr. Mueller is willing – and also capable – of defending the Mueller ...

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Methamphetamine and Black Tar Heroin Seized at Border Patrol Checkpoint

NILAND, Calif. – El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents seized methamphetamine at the Highway 111 checkpoint on Thursday afternoon. A search of the vehicle revealed two black boxes containing several plastic packages hidden inside the passenger’s foot well and another in the rear cargo area The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m., when a man driving a 2019 gray Jeep ...

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Trump Commutes Roger Stone’s Prison Sentence

President Donald Trump commuted the prison sentence for Roger Stone on Friday, just days before the longtime GOP operative was set to begin serving a 40-month sentence on charges related to the special counsel’s probe. Stone was scheduled to report to FCI Jesup, a medium-security facility in southern Georgia, on Tuesday. Trump had hinted for months that his longtime confidante ...

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Man Allegedly Ran Over Marine Veteran And Former Police Officer For Being White

A Wisconsin man who was allegedly “targeting a white person” used a pickup truck to purposefully ram and kill a motorcyclist, deputies said in a Thursday press conference. Daniel Navarro was suspected of using his father’s 2004 Dodge pickup to swerve into oncoming traffic and kill a motorcyclist July 3. The victim was later identified as 55-year-old Phillip Thiessen, a Marine ...

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‘We don’t need big events anytime soon’: De Blasio Cancels Large Gatherings, Allows Protests To Continue

New York City canceled all large gatherings through September but won’t regulate social justice protests, Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on CNN. The city cancelled street fairs, outdoor concerts and parades due to health concerns, de Blasio told Wolf Blitzer in an interview Thursday night. De Blasio said it’s “just not time” for events that draw ...

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Teens Arrested by Border Patrol in an Attempt to Smuggle 23 Aliens in Semi-Truck

TUCSON, Ariz. – U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested two U.S. citizens and 23 illegal border crossers near Douglas, Arizona, Wednesday night. Agents arrested two teens attempting to smuggle nearly 2 dozen illegal aliens into the U.S. Around 10 p.m., Tucson Sector agents conducted an immigration related traffic stop on a semitractor-trailer near mile marker 371 on state Route 80. Agents ...

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Here Are 7 Times Joy Reid, MSNBC’s New Primetime Host, Spread Misinformation

MSNBC host Joy Reid is slated to become the network’s new primetime host despite her well-documented track record of spreading misinformation to her viewers and readers. Reid, previously a weekend morning host, is filling the 7 p.m. weeknight slot left vacant by Chris Matthews’s sudden resignation in March, the network announced on Thursday. Here are seven times that MSNBC’s newest ...

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Drink Coffee Through a Mask: Starbucks Will Require Customers To Wear Face Masks July 15th

Starbucks announced Thursday that beginning July 15, it will require customers to wear facial coverings while visiting all company-owned stores in the U.S. “The company is committed to playing a constructive role in supporting health and government officials as they work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19,” Starbucks said in a statement posted Thursday. Starbucks employees have been required to ...

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Researcher Charged with Illegally Using U.S. Grant Funds to Develop Scientific Expertise for China

A rheumatology professor and researcher with strong ties to China has been ordered held without bond to face a charge of grant fraud for not disclosing that he was engaged in a sophisticated scheme to use approximately $4.1 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop China’s expertise in the areas of rheumatology and immunology.  He ...

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‘All Lives Matter’: Massachusetts Mayor Apologizes For Road Sign Message, Investigation Underway

The mayor of a Massachusetts town apologized Wednesday for an electronic road sign saying “all lives matter” and vowed to find out why the message was displayed. Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur ordered the message, which said “the safety of all lives matter,” to be taken down immediately, he tweeted Wednesday. The electronic sign was put up on Main Street and ...

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Ghislaine Maxwell Bail Hearing Set

While everyone is busy with all the mayhem throughout the country along with all the misinformation regarding Covid-19, there is news on the Epstein case. As you probably already know Jeff Epstein’s autopsy suggests his death was not a suicide. First and foremost, an inmate would not have a pen as is shown in the video. Also, an inmate would ...

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Biden Rolls Out ‘Buy American’ Push Three Months After Trump Advisers Held Up A Similar Proposal

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Former Vice President Joe Biden is rolling out an economic plan that includes a pitch to boost American manufacturing and technology firms months after White House advisers reportedly held off on an executive order that sought similar ends. Biden is reportedly expected to announce the new plan Thursday. The plan seeks a $400 billion, four-year increase in government buying of ...

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Bill Barr Was ‘Livid’ After Epstein Found Dead, Claims Nothing Like That Will Happen To Ghislaine Maxwell

Attorney General Bill Barr said in a Thursday interview that he was “livid” when he discovered that convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was found dead, promising that nothing like that will happen to Epstein’s cohort Ghislaine Maxwell. Maxwell, who has been accused of involvement in Epstein’s crimes against young women, was arrested by the FBI at 8:30 a.m. July 2 ...

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