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Federal Judge Puts Last-Minute Block On Trump’s Rule Forcing Drug Companies To Include Prices In TV Ads |

A federal judge put a last-minute block on the Trump administration’s rule forcing drug companies to include prices in television ads Monday night. “To be sure, the costs imposed by the …  Rule amount to a rounding error for the pharmaceutical industry,” Judge Amit Mehta wrote in his ruling according to Stat News. “But that argument misses the point. It ...

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DHS Wants An Additional 1,000 National Guard Troops On The Border

The Department of Homeland Security has asked the Pentagon for an additional 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to help operations along the U.S. southern border. “[The Department of Defense] has received a request for assistance from the Department of Homeland Security to authorize the Texas National Guard to support [Customs and Border Protection’s] effort to secure the southern land border ...

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Swalwell Drops Out Of Presidential Race

2020 Presidential candidate Eric Swalwell announced he is dropping out of the presidential race Monday at a press conference in California. The California Rep. began his presidential bid three months ago, and was one of 24 main Democratic candidates. During his campaign, Swalwell struggled to gain traction and his poll numbers have peaked at 1%, East Bay Citizen reported. He ...

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection Seizes MSC Gayane following Record Cocaine Seizure

PHILADELPHIA – U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Area Port of Philadelphia seized the MSC Gayane Thursday following a record seizure of 20 tons of cocaine on June 17. Upon application from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania issued a seizure warrant for the vessel. ...

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ICE ‘Ready’ To Apprehend And Deport One Million Illegal Immigrants

The acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) said the government is “ready” to identify, detain, and deport the illegal immigrants who have ignored court orders to leave the country. “They’re ready to just perform their mission, which is to go and find and detain and then deport the approximately one million people who have final removal orders,” ...

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Michelle Obama Talks About Trump’s Inauguration Crowd, Says It ‘Was Not Reflective Of The Country’

Former First Lady Michelle Obama spoke out about President Donald Trump’s inauguration in a Saturday interview, saying she was one of “handfuls of people of color.” The former first lady spoke to CBS This Morning’s Gayle King about her feelings when Trump took office, saying that the day was very emotional and referencing crowds that she claims only held a ...

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Child Sex Trafficking Charges Against Jeffrey Epstein Unsealed Ahead Of Court Appearance

Child sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein were unsealed ahead of his appearance in a New York City court on Monday. Authorities picked up Epstein Saturday when his private jet landed at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. The well-connected billionaire has already spent time behind bars after pleading guilty in 2008 to procuring a minor for prostitution and felony solicitation ...

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ACLU Told CA Teachers To Help Students Obtain Abortions Without Parental Notification, Video Reveals

Video footage purportedly shows the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) instructing teachers on progressive sexual education and gender theory in collaboration with California school districts and Planned Parenthood. The video, released by conservative organization Our Watch and published June 26, depicts ACLU staff attorney Ruth Dawson, according to Our Watch, instructing teachers on how to help students obtain abortions without ...

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New Book On Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Has Incendiary Allegations About Christine Blasey Ford

“This depiction of Holton-Arms as Studio 54 on the Potomac may be nothing more than adolescent posturing, and only the alumnae can judge how accurately it reflects their social life in the early 1980s,” the authors write. “But it is clear that a lack of vigilance by the yearbook’s faculty adviser and bacchanalian extracurricular activities were by no means unique ...

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Leaked Huawei Resumes Reveal Extensive Ties To Chinese Intel Agencies

New study reveals troubling links between Huawei engineers and China’s massive military agency responsible for conducting cyber espionage. Researchers issue dire warning after analysis of hundreds of leaked resumes reveals surprising amount of collaboration between Huawei engineers and China’s military. President Donald Trump’s decision to ease up on Huawei restrictions will be scrutinized after new study reveals ties between the ...

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Kamala Harris Proposes $100 Billion Plan To ‘Give Black Families A Real Shot At Homeownership’

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris introduced a $100 billion plan Saturday to help black people buy homes. The California senator discussed the plan at Essence Fest, hosted by Essence Magazine, in New Orleans while calling on the nation to “deal with the racial wealth gap,” Politico reported. The program would provide up to $25,000 in the form of grants ...

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Iran Announces Another Move That Could Mean It’s Closer To Nuclear Capabilities

Iranian officials announced Sunday that the country was hours away from overstepping another term of the 2015 nuclear deal limiting its uranium enrichment. Deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi said Iran would continue breaking parts of the multilateral deal in 60-day increments unless it received sanctions relief as spelled out in the deal, reported The New York Times. President Donald Trump ...

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Report: FISA Abuse Probe Gets Last-Minute Help From Key Witnesses

The Justice Department inspector general’s investigation into the FBI’s surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser has received last-minute help from multiple witnesses, Fox News is reporting. According to Fox’s Catherine Herridge, Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz sought interviews with the witnesses early in his investigation into whether the FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) in its ...

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