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“Fox & Friends” contributor Kurt Knutsson said insurance companies will likely start looking at social media accounts to determine premiums for their customers. “There’s very little of anything that’s stopping insurance company representatives from scouring through history of all of our online posts,” Knutsson said Friday. “A warning this morning to really pay attention
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President Donald Trump’s administration is pushing back on a media report that claimed no new walls had been built along the southern border with Mexico. The Daily Mail published a story on Thursday that said the Trump has built “ZERO new walls despite claiming otherwise for months,” citing a statement from U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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The man who attacked a mosque in New Zealand Friday wrote the name of a little girl killed in a 2017 terrorist attack on his rifle, justifying his own attack as “revenge” for her death. Alleged gunman, 28-year-old Australian man Brenton Tarrant, attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing 49 people and wounding numerous others, according to CNN. Written on
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An alleged gunman behind Friday’s deadly mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, reportedly wrote his weapon of choice was firearms for “the effect it could have on the politics of United States and thereby the political situation of the world” in a manifesto that has been linked to him. New Zealand and U.S. gun laws
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Former Democratic Texas Rep. Robert “Beto” O’Rourke officially launched his presidential campaign website on Thursday and despite touting the slogan “Beto for America” on the English webpage, the Spanish page translates his slogan into “Beto for everyone.” Following months of speculation, O’Rourke announced that he would be seeking the Democratic nomination for the presidency
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Prosecutors are looking to recover nearly $450,000 from a Harvard University alumnus who allegedly took the SAT and ACT exams for students in a massive college admissions scandal. Mark Riddell, 36, was reportedly paid $10,000 for each test he took for college applicants, according to NBC News Wednesday. It is unclear how many tests he
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County officials across four states have adopted “sanctuary jurisdiction” strategies to thwart gun-control laws, according to a Reuters story Monday. The Trump Administration’s tough stance on immigration led many cities across the country to pass resolutions resolving not to defend current U.S. Immigration Law. Anti-gun control organizers have started to use the same tactic.
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Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said there will be 10 Republican Senators who vote against the resolution to terminate President Donald Trump’s national emergency for border wall funding Monday afternoon. Paul told a group of reporters on Capitol Hill that he thinks there will be 10 Senators who vote against Texas Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro’s resolution, which
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More than 12,000 people packed into a rally this past weekend at Chicago’s Navy Pier held where independent socialist candidate Bernie Sanders spoke about his agenda as he view for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. The rally featured his 2020 campaign slogan, “Not Me. Us!” which plays to the socialist-leaning, collective tendencies in the
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Georgetown, Texas, officials are lashing out at critics of its costly plan to get 100 percent renewable electricity. Green energy contracts have cost the Texas city $30 million in three years, providing a cautionary tale for Green New Deal supporters.  Former Vice President Al Gore called the city a “trailblazer” on renewables, but now electricity
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Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen will tell Congress on Wednesday that he saw no ‘direct evidence’ of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, but that he did overhear a conversation in which Roger Stone told Donald Trump he spoke to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Cohen will testify that Stone told Trump that WikiLeaks planned
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House Republicans will hold a policy forum Wednesday to do something that Congress hasn’t done yet with respect to the Green New Deal — publicly scrutinize it. Green New Deal opponents and supporters were invited by the Congressional Western Caucus, a group of Republican lawmakers from western states, to examine the costs and feasibility of
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A number of Senate Republicans will vote “yes” for a Democrats resolution in an attempt to terminate President Donald Trump’s national emergency for border wall funding. The group of three Republicans have expressed their concerns with Trump’s declaration for a national emergency, saying they do not believe the president should be allowed to override
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