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Megyn Kelly left Fox News in part due to O’Reilly: report -

Saturday, April 15, 2017

North Korea warns against U.S. ‘hysteria’ as it marks founder’s birth -

Friday, April 14, 2017

British spies were first to spot Trump team’s links with Russia -

Thursday, April 13, 2017

China warns against force as North Korea prepares celebration -

Thursday, April 13, 2017

U.S. drops ‘mother of all bombs’ on Islamic State in Afghanistan -

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Boris Johnson calls off Moscow visit over Syria -

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Los Angeles Clippers vs Utah Jazz,Atlanta Hawks vs Portland Blazers -

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Trump national security aide Flynn resigns over Russian contacts -

Monday, February 13, 2017

Israel bars Peru’s fugitive ex-leader Alejandro Toledo -

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Germany president: Steinmeier chosen by lawmakers -

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Trump’s army secretary nominee Vincent Viola withdraws as candidate -

Saturday, February 4, 2017

State Dept reverses revocation of 60K visas -

Saturday, February 4, 2017

DHS suspends ‘any and all actions’ on Trump travel ban -

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Trump immigration curbs cause worldwide chaos, panic, anger -

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Serena Williams beats Venus Williams to set Grand Slam record -

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Threat of investigations hangs over Clinton and Trump -

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Brazil vs South Africa,Mexico vs Germany,Portugal vs Argentina -

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Pennsylvania poll: Clinton up by 9 points -

Thursday, July 28, 2016

US partners with Costa Rica to protect Central American refugees -

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Sanders seeks unity at Democratic national convention after chair resigns -

Monday, July 25, 2016

Supreme Court rejects Arizona sheriff’s appeal on immigration


The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal Tuesday from Arizona Sheriff Joseph Arpaio in a case challenging the president’s executive actions on immigration. Arpaio, an outspoken lawman, had argued that Obama’s measures to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation harmed him because those spared would commit crimes in Maricopa County and as sheriff he would be forced to spend more money policing the county and running its jails. In August, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit affirmed a lower court’s December decision to dismiss the case for lack of legal standing. The D.C. Circuit Court…

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Donald Trump debate: Ban risks making tycoon a ‘martyr’


Banning Donald Trump from the UK risks turning him into a martyr, a Labour MP has claimed as the House of Commons debates the issue. Paul Flynn said Mr Trump’s call to ban Muslims from the US were “extremely dangerous”, branding the tycoon “impulsive and not well-informed”. But he said barring him from the UK risked being seen as anti-American. MPs are debating a petition, which has attracted 574,000 signatures, urging a ban in a crowded Commons event. Follow our live text and video coverage of the debate What is all the UK fuss about Donald Trump? Profile of Donald…

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ObamaCare supporters see wall of resistance cracking in South

Greg Nash

By Peter Sullivan – 11/21/15 09:14 AM EST Supporters of ObamaCare are increasingly hopeful that Medicaid expansion could sweep through the deep-red South. Not a single state in the lower south has accepted the standing offer under ObamaCare to expand Medicaid to people living up to 138 percent of the poverty line, which is about $33,000 for a family of four.   But that could soon change.Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) has expressed openness to Medicaid expansion if he is elected governor of Louisiana on Saturday, and his Democratic opponent, John Bel Edwards, has been an enthusiastic supporter of expansion as well. More recently, there…

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Hillary Clinton calls Republican’s impeachment vow ‘pathetic’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens to a question as she testifies before the House Select Committee on Benghazi on Capitol Hill in Washington

Reuters—Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday denounced as “pathetic” and “totally ridiculous” a Republican congressman’s call to impeach her on her first day in office if she is elected to the White House next year. Clinton, the front-runner for her party’s November 2016 presidential nomination, was responding to comments made by Republican Representative Mo Brooks of Alabama. He told a radio interviewer that “she will be a unique president if she is elected by the public next November because the day she’s sworn in is the day that she’s subject to impeachment because she has committed high crimes…

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Obama and Putin to hold talks at UN


US President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will hold their first face-to-face meeting in nearly a year on Monday in New York, officials from both countries say. The meeting comes amid tension over Russia’s military build-up in Syria and its annexation of Crimea last year. The two leaders will meet on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, a US official told the AFP news agency. They are last reported to have spoken by phone after the Iran nuclear deal. “Given the situations in Ukraine and Syria, despite our profound differences with Moscow, the president believes that…

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Can Fiorina seize the moment?

Nail Stanage

Carly Fiorina stole the show at the Republican debate on Wednesday evening — but that doesn’t guarantee she will be catapulted toward the top of the polls, political insiders say. “[Sen.] Marco Rubio [R-Fla.] did really well at the first debate and it moved the dial a little, but didn’t put him in the top tier,” said Susan MacManus, a professor of government at the University of South Florida. “My guess is [Fiorina] will probably gain more than anybody else from the debate, but by how much?” In Fiorina’s orbit, however, the excitement is tangible. Keith Appell, a senior adviser…

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Hillary Clinton campaign deploys not-so-secret weapon: Bill

The Guardian

Bill Clinton is has been largely in the background of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. ‘My role should primarily be as a backstage adviser until we get much, much closer to the election.’ Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA   Say what you like about President Bill Clinton – and many things have been said about him over the years, flattering and otherwise – but one thing is certain: he isn’t cheap. On Thursday he travelled to Chicago to headline two fundraising events for his wife Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign where top donors were required to bundle $50,000 each for the privilege of hearing him speak….

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Exclusive – U.S. to China: Take back your undocumented immigrants

Daniel Maher poses for a photo for Reuters in Berkeley

Daniel Maher poses for a photo for Reuters in Berkeley, California September 10, 2015. REUTERS/NOAH BERGER In early June, in cities across America, U.S. immigration agents arrested more than two dozen Chinese nationals with unfulfilled deportation orders, telling them that after years of delay, China was finally taking steps to provide the paperwork needed to expel them from the U.S. But, not for the first time, China failed to provide the necessary documents, and three months later not one of those arrested has been deported, and many have been released from custody. They form part of a backlog of nearly 39,000 people Chinese nationals…

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L’accord sur le nucléaire iranien est de la «folie», dénonce Cheney


L’ancien vice-président Cheney s’exprimait devant l’American Enterprise Institute, un groupe de réflexion conservateur de Washington. PHOTO NICHOLAS KAMM, AFP Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON L’ancien vice-président américain Dick Cheney, faucon de la politique étrangère américaine, a traité mardi de «folie» et de «capitulation» l’accord sur le programme nucléaire iranien que le Congrès américain s’apprête à examiner. L’accord va «armer et financer l’Iran, en lui procurant simultanément une voie vers un arsenal nucléaire», a déclaré M. Cheney, qui s’exprimait devant l’American Enterprise Institute, un groupe de réflexion conservateur de Washington. «Il n’est pas un acte de paix, ni comme le président (Obama) l’affirme la…

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Poll shows majority wants Congress to approve Iran deal

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By Julian Hattem – 09/01/15 07:01 AM EDT A new survey shows a majority of Americans wants Congress to uphold the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran. According to the survey from the University of Maryland, 55 percent of respondents said Congress should get behind the agreement, despite some concerns. Twenty-three percent, meanwhile, said lawmakers should instead ratchet up sanctions, and 14 percent wanted U.S. officials to go back to the negotiating table. In a key stat for Democratic backers of the agreement, 61 percent of independents recommended that Congress approve the deal, along with 72 percent of Democrats. Just 33 percent of Republicans expressed…

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