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POLL: Trump’s Approval Numbers Top Obama’s During His First Term

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President Donald Trump’s approval ratings blow past former President Barack Obama’s first term numbers, according to a Gallop poll published Monday. Trump’s ratings topped 46 percent for the first time during his presidency, the poll noted. Gallop argued that the higher numbers are likely a result of a strong economy and the Department of Justice’s decision to publish special counsel ...

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Peter Strzok Suspected CIA Was Behind Inaccurate Media Leaks

Peter Strzok, the former FBI counterintelligence official, suspected that Central Intelligence Agency employees were behind inaccurate leaks to the press regarding possible Trump campaign contacts with Russia, according to an email he sent to FBI colleagues in April 2017. “I’m beginning to think the agency got info a lot earlier than we thought and hasn’t shared it completely with us. ...

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Border Patrol Chief Says Agency Has Made Over 30,000 Arrests In The Past 10 Days

Chief of Law Enforcement Operations for U.S. Border Patrol, Brian Hastings, said his agency has apprehended more than 30,000 illegal immigrants on the southern border in just the past 10 days. Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost tweeted about the overwhelming number of migrants making their way to the border and called it “unsustainable” and “beyond capacity.” She also said temporary ...

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Nadler Schedules Vote To Hold Barr In Contempt Of Congress

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler scheduled a vote Monday to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress for not giving the committee special counsel Robert Mueller’s the full unredacted report. The New York Democrat gave Barr a deadline of 9 a.m. Monday to turn in the full report with no redactions, which many Republicans believe would be ...

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ICE launches Warrant Service Officer Program to Strengthen Immigration Enforcement

LARGO, Fla. – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today the creation of a new collaborative program intended for local law-enforcement that wish to honor immigration detainers but are prohibited due to state and local policies that limit cooperation with the agency. The Warrant Service Officer (WSO) program was launched during a signing ceremony with Lieutenant Governor of Florida ...

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Apocalypse Now? UN Warns Of Imminent Ecological Catastrophe, Just Like They Did In 1982

The United Nations is out with a familiar refrain — ecological catastrophe is decades away, echoing a warning from 1982. In 1982, the U.N. warned of environmental destruction “as irreversible as any nuclear holocaust” by the turn of the century. This time, the U.N. says one million species are threatened with extinction, including many that could die out within decades. ...

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CNN Promotes Discredited ‘Population Bomb’ Author In Climate Coverage

CNN interviewed discredited environmental catastrophist Paul Ehrlich in its coverage of the United Nations’ latest warning of ecological collapse due to human activities and climate change. Humanity will need to start “consuming less, polluting less and having fewer children” if it’s going to stop mass extinction in the coming decades, CNN correspondent Nick Watt said summarizing the U.N. report, which ...

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Boeing Knew About Warning Light Problem A Year Before Fatal Crash, But Kept Info To Itself

Only after the deadly Indonesian Lion Air crash in October did Boeing come forward about a warning light problem it had been aware of for more than a year before the tragedy, the company admitted Sunday. Boeing did not immediately disclose to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or airlines that a warning light connected to an important sensor on the ...

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Updated: President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Monday, May 6, 2019

President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing and later will present the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods. Keep up with Trump on CDN’s Presidential Schedule Page. President Trump’s schedule for 5/6/19 All Times EDT: 12:15 PM Present the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy to the U.S. Military Academy Football Team [Live Stream] – Rose Garden 2:15 PM Receive intelligence ...

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Watch: Video Of Philly Islamic Center Children Singing They Will ‘Chop Off Their Heads’ For Allah Sparks Investigation

The Muslim American Society pledged to investigate a videoed incident of children at its Philadelphia Islamic center singing about conquering Jerusalem and beheading people. The Muslim American Society (MAS) Islamic Center in Philadelphia initially posted video of the children adorned in Palestinian scarves singing in celebration of “Ummah day,” but a translation by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) ...

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So Who Was ‘Azra Turk’ Working For?

The New York Times report on Azra Turk provides mixed clues about who the aliased investigator worked for during an operation to spy on George Papadopoulos. Turk was reportedly tasked by the FBI to accompany bureau informant Stefan Halper during meetings with Papadopoulos in London in September 2016. But a reporter who wrote The Times story has hinted that Turk ...

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Trump Cuts Off States From Skimming Medicaid Payments For Big Labor

The Trump administration finalized a rule on Thursday scrapping a 2014 Medicaid regulation allowing states to divert payments meant for caretakers to unions. The Obama administration issued a regulation that protected a state practice that had, by that time, been practiced for decades. Since the 1990s, states have accepted Medicaid money from the federal government meant for home health service ...

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Bernie Criticizes Biden Over China Dismissal: ‘It’s Wrong To Pretend’

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized Wednesday remarks former Vice President Joe Biden made on China, wedging a distinguishing barrier between the two Democratic presidential candidates on trade. The former vice president downplayed China’s potential threat to the U.S. at a campaign event in Iowa. “China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man,” Biden said. “They’re not competition for ...

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William Barr Made A Major Disclosure In His Senate Hearing That Hardly Anyone Noticed

In a little-noticed exchange during his Senate hearing Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr made a surprising disclosure that could allow the public and press to obtain sensitive details about the origins of the Trump-Russia probe. During a back-and-forth with Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, Barr identified Alexander Downer, a former Australian diplomat, as the FBI’s source for the information that sparked ...

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Border Patrol Apprehends Over 670 Illegal Aliens within 24 hours

EL PASO, Texas – U.S. Border Patrol agents working in Antelope Wells, and El Paso apprehended two large groups of illegal aliens after midnight on Wednesday. These groups, like many others before, are comprised primarily of Central American families and unaccompanied juveniles. On May 1 at approximately 1:30 a.m. Border Patrol agents took custody of a large number of illegal ...

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