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  by Neetu Chandak A North Carolina high school principal was replaced after she asked a student to take off his Trump jersey at a patriotic-themed football game. Cindy Gordon, the former principal at Harnett Central High School, asked Matthew Collins, 18, to remove the jersey because it was political, according to WRAL Friday. The front of
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by Chuck Ross The co-founder of the opposition research firm behind the Steele dossier, Glenn Simpson, will invoke his First and Fifth Amendment privileges to avoid testifying before Congress next week, his lawyer has told Congress. According to The Hill, Simpson’s attorney, Joshua Levy, told House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte that Simpson will
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  by Chris White Mexico City, Florida absorbed most of the initial blast from Hurricane Michael, and now the small town is essentially leveled to the ground. “It’s gone. It’s gone,” CNN’s Brooke Baldwin said Thursday while flying over the city. “It’s obliterated and it’s awful. It’s awful to look at,” she added. Federal officials say
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  by Tim Pearce Hurricane Michael hit Florida’s panhandle Wednesday afternoon and began pushing farther into the U.S., leaving buildings in shambles and homes under water. Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott requested that President Donald Trump issue a major disaster declaration following Michael’s impact to free up more federal resources for damaged Florida communities. The following
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  by Will Racke American taxpayers were on the hook for more than $2 billion in government spending to cover the cost of births to illegal immigrant mothers, according to an analysis of Census Bureau data released Tuesday. The report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) estimates that illegal immigrants gave birth to 297,000 children
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  by Molly Prince Four of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s former Georgetown Prep classmates said “Devil’s Triangle” was a drinking game. Two former Boston College students said their roommate, a high school classmate of Kavanaugh’s, taught them the game. A Georgetown Prep alumnus corroborated Kavanaugh’s claim that ‘boofing’ referred to flatulence. Georgetown Prep alumni
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  by Chris White Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley is demanding evidence related to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault accusations after reports suggest she once helped a long-time friend prepare for a polygraph test. The Senate Judicial Committee needs “material evidence relevant to allegations of sexual assault” against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the
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The White House responded to a New York Times report that President Donald Trump somehow avoided taxes because of information on his father’s taxes? The New York Times published an article Tuesday that brought up long-ago tx returns form President Donald Trump’s father, Fred. President Trump participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of
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  by Chris White The FBI investigation into sex assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could end as soon as Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. FBI agents have interviewed at least four key people in its background investigation into Kavanaugh after two women claimed he sexually assaulted them
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  by Neetu Chandak Protesters ripped signs supporting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh from Texas college students. A video shows a girl ripping the signs and pushing one of the conservative students. The conservative student group said a Make America Great Again hat was snatched. Protesters ripped signs that supported Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
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