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Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday blamed Hillary Clinton for not doing more to stop the Russian attack on the last presidential election. In an interview with Vermont Public Radio the Vermont Independent was asked why he didn’t warn his supporters leading up to the 2016 presidential election that Russian bots were attempting to sow division
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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio refused to say Wednesday that he would no longer accept money from the National Rifle Association, telling a town hall meeting that “I will always accept the help of anyone who agrees with my agenda.” In a tense exchange in which Cameron Kasky, 17, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High
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Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was heckled Wednesday as he explained why he would not support an assault-weapons ban during a town hall meeting after last week’s Parkland massacre. “If I believed that that law would have prevented this from happening, I would support it,” the second-term Republican said at the CNN Town Hall in Sunrise,
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The Trump administration has not “declared war on the press,” current White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said during a back-and-forth with former President Bill Clinton’s press secretary Mike McCurry Tuesday night at a panel discussion organized by the White House Correspondents’ Association, according to The Washington Post. “Your president has got to change
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Deputies assigned to school campuses in south Florida’s Broward County reportedly will now be allowed to carry rifles on school grounds. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel told reporters Wednesday: “Rifles from this point forward,” the Miami Herald reported. “We need to be able to defeat any threat on campus.” The announcement comes as authorities are reviewing
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Researchers are warning that advances in artificial intelligence could supercharge hacking and election meddling by 2020. In a report released Wednesday, researchers at Oxford and Cambridge universities concluded AI-enhanced software will allow people with little technical skills to easily produce audio and video that’ll be nearly impossible to distinguish between what is real and what
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by Breitbart News21 Feb 20180 21 Feb, 201821 Feb, 2018 On Wednesday’s edition of Breitbart News Tonight, Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak will take your calls and discuss the news of the day. Dr. Alveda King will join the show to discuss the legacy of Family Research Council founder Billy Graham, who passed away earlier today at
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A half-century after her death, Carson McCullers is best known for The Member of the Wedding, her 1946 novel about a motherless 12-year-old girl who watches the planning for her brother’s nuptials and feels distanced from the rest of the family. Adapted for stage and screen, McCullers’s story is celebrated even among those who’ve never
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by Ian Hanchett21 Feb 20180 21 Feb, 201821 Feb, 2018 On Wednesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) reacted  President Trump’s suggestion to train and arm teachers by stating, “That idea of concealed carry is absolutely abhorrent. It is an anathema.” Anchor Wolf Blitzer asked, “Do you think the president has a good idea
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William Shatner shamed a Texas Democrat for using his photo in a campaign newsletter and demanded that she remove the image, and he has the right to do so, according to a lawyer who spoke with the Dallas Morning News. “There’s a reason why a candidate would use a picture of themselves and a celebrity
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Team USA’s speed skating uniforms have sparked controversy over the unusual design choice of including a large grey circle highlighting the wearer’s crotch. Under Armour, the sportswear company that designed the uniforms, insists that there is a scientific reason for the big grey crotch circles. The material covering the crotch and inner thigh of the
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As fun as it is to ridicule the FBI for devoting massive resources to chasing down Hillary Clinton’s oppo research while blowing off repeated, specific warnings about school shooter Nikolas Cruz, we’ve put a lot on the agency’s plate. We’re hauling in nearly 2 million manifestly unvetted Third World immigrants every year, leading to a
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Brazil’s performance in the 2018 edition of The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom confirms yet again that South America’s biggest country remains burdened by too much government spending, corruption, and regulatory inefficiency. Historically, a significant reason for Brazil’s lackluster track record on economic freedom has been its weak rule of law. Last month, however, a regional
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Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist is calling on Republican leaders in Congress to block any attempts to raise the federal gas tax, saying it would erase any benefits from the new tax law. Norquist sent a letter to House Speaker Paul Ryan; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell; Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, who chairs the
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In the week since the Florida school shooting, several legislatures across the country have delayed or blocked gun control debate — with at least two preferring to talk about pornography, The Hill reports. House Republicans in Florida’s legislature scuttled a Democratic effort to revive debate on a measure to ban assault weapons, even as survivors of
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It’s long been a staple of our federalist system of government that allowing the various states, and not the federal government, to decide policies and solutions to societal problems would allow the nation to test a range of fixes and see which one is the best solution to any given problem. Then, the assumption
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Conservative icon Pat Buchanan suggested that special counsel Robert Mueller should investigate the “collusion and conspiracy” of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee with Russia. In an op-ed on TribLive, Buchanan wrote that all the hub-bub over the involvement of Russian troll farms in the 2016 shows that many Americans are “ignorant” of U.S. history.
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The White House’s indication of support for a bipartisan bill that would bolster reporting of violent criminals to the FBI’s background-check database in an attempt to stop them from buying firearms appears to have President Donald Trump on a collision course with House conservatives, Politico reported on Wednesday. That is because House conservatives are unwilling
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Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., has taken more than $120,000 in contributions from lobbyists in the current election cycle despite her attempts to limit the influence of special interest groups, The Washington Free Beacon reports. According to filings with the Federal Election Commission, Baldwin accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in bundled contributions, including almost $30,000
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