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The City of Miami, illegal immigrant activists and churches throughout Florida filed a joint suit against Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis Tuesday after he mandated law enforcement cooperate with ICE in June. The Southern Poverty Law Center has orchestrated the lawsuit with backing from several other groups such as the Florida Immigration Coalition, the Farmworker
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John Bolton said Tuesday the U.S. government is “entitled” to ban sales from Chinese tech giant Huawei. Sens. Tom Cotton and Chris Van Hollen introduced a bill Tuesday to reinforce Trump’s efforts to blacklist Huawei. Trump said he would allow Huawei to purchase products from American manufacturers to ease the blacklist after he met with
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Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s  “Green New Deal” is more about drastically overhauling the American economy than it is about combatting climate change, her top aide admitted. Ocasio-Cortez’s chief of staff, Saikat Chakrabarti, made the revealing admission in a meeting with Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s climate director in May. A Washington Post reporter
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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
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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
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In the context of U.S. defense policy, “deterrence” is typically understood to mean “nuclear.” And America’s nuclear triad — ground-based missiles, air-delivered bombs, and submarine-launched missiles — serves as America’s biggest form of deterrence, which underwrites everything its men and women in uniform do. But according to Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John M. Richardson,
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A New York Times op-ed calls for the public shaming of U.S. government employees working in migrant detention facilities  “These agents’ actions should be publicized, particularly in their home communities,” writes Kate Cronin-Furman Cronin-Furman insists that she is not calling for the “doxxing” of government workers, but she describes a scenario where a border protection
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Administration officials are accusing Homeland Security Acting Director Kevin McAleenan of sabotaging Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) deportation raids by leaking key details of the plan. President Donald Trump on Saturday abruptly announced that he would delay plans for Sunday raids targeting around 2,000 illegal immigrants across the country. The president claimed the two-week hiatus would
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101 SHARES 613 VIEWS ShareTweetSubscribe: CDN Daily Briefing Google +WhatsappPinterestReddit President Donald Trump hosts a Make America Great Again Rally Tuesday evening in Orlando, Florida, during which he will officially begin his re-election campaign ahead of the 2020 vote. Planners are expecting a capacity crowd which could mean up to 20,000 spectators, depending upon configuration, inside and thousands
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President Donald Trump’s Department of Education has launched an investigation into foreign cash secretly flowing into U.S. universities and sent letters to Georgetown University and Texas A&M Thursday. A Senate report found that 70 percent of colleges that took money from a Chinese propaganda program broke the law by not disclosing it. Almost all of
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