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FDA announces slew of food safety recalls

FDA Recall

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced this weekend a huge set of recalls involving salads, vegetables, pharmaceuticals, and seafood. Beginning on Friday, the FDA announced that salads that are sold by the pound at Whole Foods and vegetables sold in trays and cups at Albertsons, Safeway, and Pak’N Save were likely contaminated with Listeria. This recall impacts only the ...

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ICE going into sanctuary cities to arrest aliens

ICE with illegals

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has ramped up activities in sanctuary areas – cities and states that ignore legal detainer requests. ICE reported Wednesday that they arrested 5 illegal aliens who had pending charges in New York after local officials had failed to honor detainer requests. “An Indian national, who has pending charges for assault, forcible touching, sexual abuse ...

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The latest on Trump’s JFK records release: the tweet, the statement and the law

Donald trump tweeting

President Donald Trump said early Saturday that he would allow the release of classified JFK files soon. “Subject to the receipt of further information,” Trump tweeted.  “I will be allowing, as President, the long blocked and classified JFK FILES to be opened.” The president’s somewhat non-committal statement left many wondering if all, some or none of the records would end ...

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FBI arrests 120 in sex trafficking sting, 84 kids rescued

FBI operation cross country child sex trafficking

The FBI announced Wednesday that a sting operation successfully nabbed 120 sex traffickers and saved 84 kids including a 3-month-old girl. “We at the FBI have no greater mission than to protect our nation’s children from harm,” FBI Director Christopher Wray said in a statement. “Unfortunately, the number of traffickers arrested — and the number of children recovered — reinforces ...

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Federal Court: World War I Statue Must Be Torn Down

Bladensburg WWI Veterans Memorial

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a memorial erected in 1925 to honor 49 local heroes that had made the ultimate sacrifice during World War I must now be torn down. The Fourth Circuit Appeals Court’s major disagreement with the Bladensburg, Maryland WWI Veterans Memorial seemed to be that it was a cross and … really tall? “The Latin ...

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Survey: U.S. Business Profits, Hiring Increasing

Donald Trump

More U.S. businesses are reporting profits and increased hiring, with greater confidence in their ability to grow over the next 12 months; but demand for financing is trending down, according to new results from the third quarter 2017 Private Capital Access (PCA) Index report from Dun & Bradstreet and Pepperdine Graziadio School of Business and Management. The Q3 PCA Index ...

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Viacom and Spectrum Reach Tentative Deal Staving off Blackouts


Viacom and Charter/Spectrum reached a tentative deal Tuesday that will continue to allow Charter/Spectrum customers to see Viacom cable content. “Viacom and Charter have reached an agreement in principle,” the companies announced in a joint statement. “Spectrum subscribers will continue to have access to Viacom’s networks, without disruption, while we finalize terms.” The terms of the deal were not yet ...

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ACLJ Seeks Obama-Era Docs On Iran’s Use of Commercial Planes For Jihad

Iran Air Boeing 747

The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) Tuesday filed several Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests aimed at bringing Obama-era flaws and secrets to light concerning Iran’s use of commercial airline flights to transport Jihadis to the battlefield in Syria. In a blog post by ACLJ Executive Director Jordan Sekulow, the ACLJ’s demands are clear: “We are demanding that four key agencies involved ...

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‘Help a Hero’ by getting a haircut

Sport Clips Haircuts Help A Hero

For a limited time, getting a haircut will help service members and veterans find good-paying jobs once they exit the armed forces. Sport Clips annual “Help a Hero” campaign kicks off Monday and, until Veterans Day on Nov. 11, getting a haircut at any of their 1,700 locations will help raise $1 million to benefit a Veterans of Foreign Wars ...

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Spectrum Customers Won’t Lose Those 23 Channels – For Now


Charter Spectrum and Viacom have reportedly extended the deadline for negotiations that could cause 23 cable network channels to go dark. The current contract expired Sunday night, but the two parties are rumored to have extended negotiations to avoid a blackout. Viacom Inc and Charter Communications Inc agreed on a short-term extension of their renewal deadline, a source familiar with ...

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Tucker Carlson takes on Hollywood over Weinstein

 Tucker Carlson’s Thoughts: The Hollywood elite, liberal political establishment, the mainstream media and Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance are all responsible for legitimizing and enabling Harvey Weinstein‘s alleged sexual misdeeds. They’re now lying to cover their tracks. Via Real Clear Politics “Tucker Carlson: Politicians and Media Enabled Weinstein, “They’re Now Lying To Cover Their Tracks” TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS HOST: ...

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Social Security Administration Announces 2.0% COLA Increase

The Social Security Administration announced Friday that it will increase Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for more than 66 million Americans by 2.0%. “The 2.0 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to more than 61 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2018, SSA said in a statement. “Increased payments to more than 8 million SSI ...

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FBI Investigating complaints of officials misappropriating emergency supplies in Puerto Rico

FBI coat of arms

The San Juan office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said that it is looking into “mishandling and misappropriation of emergency supplies” in Puerto Rico. “The FBI has received numerous complaints of mishandling and misappropriation of emergency supplies provided by the federal government for the people of Puerto Rico, by local government officials,” the FBI in San Juan posted to ...

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Trump ends Obama-era war on coal

Trump speaks at Faith and Freedom Coalition conference

WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 13 – “The ‘climate changers’ came out in full force when the EPA announced earlier this week that it was ending the Obama-era war on coal by scrapping Mr. Obama’s Clean Power Plan.  But, America has the world’s largest reserves of coal – an asset that should not be dismissed out of hand for a variety of ...

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