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All Eyes On Alabama Primary Runoff As Jeff Sessions Battles Tommy Tuberville And Trump’s Endorsement

Republicans in Alabama will head to the polls Tuesday to decide whether Auburn’s former football coach or President Donald Trump’s former attorney general will take on Democratic Sen. Doug Jones in November.  Voters will choose between Trump-endorsed Tommy Tuberville and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the state’s runoff election, marking the end to a primary campaign that pit one ...

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GOP Lawmakers Urge Attorney General To Defend St. Louis Couple’s Gun Rights After Firearm Confiscation

GOP lawmakers wrote a letter to Attorney General William Barr Friday, urging the protection of the firearm rights of the St. Louis couple that saw their guns confiscated after they went viral for defending their home against demonstrators, according to reports. Mark and Patricia McCloskey were seen in a video brandishing a M16A2-style rifle and small handgun outside of their ...

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US Approves Two Coronavirus Vaccines For Fast-Track Testing, 100 Million Doses To Be Produced By End Of Year

The federal government granted a fast-track designation to two potential coronavirus vaccines, opening up the possibility for large-scale testing this month, according to the drugs’ manufacturers. American pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and European partner BioNTech announced the designation in a press release Monday. A fast track designation is a process designed to expedite the development of important drugs, according to the ...

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‘They’re Not Concerned About The General Public’: NY, LA Police Unions Blast Massive Budget Cuts

New York City officials recently approved a $1 billion police department budget cut. Los Angeles officials similarly cut $150 million from the police budget last. “They’re not concerned about the people that actually pay the taxes,” said Vincent Vallelong, vice president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association of New York, who decried the city’s handling of the budget. “I’d be surprised ...

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Race Relations Plummeted While Joe Biden Was Vice President Under Barack Obama

Polling on racial relations turned historically negative during President Barack Obama’s final year in office due in part to the blossoming of the Black Lives Matter movement after the police shootings of two black men. Now, Obama’s vice president, Joe Biden, is running for president as a unifier on race.  Americans’ view on race during President Donald Trump’s first three ...

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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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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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Reddit Removed Subreddit Dedicated To Tracking Hate Crime Hoaxes, Accused Of Promoting ‘Hate’

An archived version of the page from July 2 indicates the subreddit was banned June 30, the same day Reddit blocked “The_Donald” subreddit as the platform began enforcing its recent rules against promoting hate. subreddit where users post about alleged hate crime hoaxes, r/hoaxhatecrimes, has 2,800 members and is still live.Reddit has not yet responded to the Daily Caller News ...

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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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