AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh by Lucas Nolan26 Mar 20180 26 Mar, 201826 Mar, 2018 The FTC has announced that they have opened a federal investigation into Facebook following the company’s latest user data scandal, citing “substantial concerns” about Facebook’s treatment of users’ private data. Axios reports that Facebook is under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission
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It’s time to get serious about school safety.  Nearly 20 years separate the horrible tragedies at Columbine High School in Colorado and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In that time, too little has been done to make our schools safer. That’s why our grieving nation is again searching for a solution. If
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Kim Jong-un cut a cosmopolitan figure as a youth—Swiss finishing schools, trips abroad with his dictator dad—but he’s turned reclusive as he’s ruled North Korea. Indeed, he hasn’t departed his country once since assuming the throne. If reports from several outlets are to be believed, that might have changed. A heavily armored train from North
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The Gold Star father who emotionally addressed the 2016 Democratic National Convention has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down President Trump’s travel ban. Khizr Khan says the restriction “desecrates” the service and sacrifice of his son, Humayun Khan, a captain in the U.S. Army who was killed in Iraq in 2004. In court
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A report released Monday suggests Democrats might have to temper their enthusiasm about climbing back to power during this year’s midterm elections. To win a majority in the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrats would need a tremendous electoral wave not seen in more than 40 years to overcome Republican advantages from gerrymandered districts in key
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President Donald Trump’s recent staff shakeups are “strategic changes in personnel,” according to former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. “If the president is making more changes, and he’s making more strategic changes in personnel, maybe that will smooth things out on a going-forward basis,” Scaramucci said on CNN’s “New Day.”  “Who says it’s strategic?”
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The Federal Administrative Court of Leipzig’s recent ruling on diesel engines could spell economic pain for millions of drivers. The court’s decision, which allows the German cities of Stuttgart and Dusseldorf to ban older diesel-engine cars from sections of the cities, could likely set a precedent for much of the European Union. Other European cities have already made
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Hollywood took to social media to gleefully react to Stormy Daniels’ 60 Minutes interview, with some stars, like actors Alec Baldwin and John Cusack, making a case for President Donald Trump’s removal from office based on the porn star’s claims. “No offense to Stormy Daniels, but that interview provides no worthwhile insights into ‘the problem.’ Nothing,” Baldwin wrote
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The news behind the news on the president, administration and everything White House is always in …  The White House Daily Chronicles. note: this post is updated throughout the day as events warrant See all of the daily White House Daily Chronicles HERE. Presidential Itinerary – the details President Donald Trump will receive his daily briefing as prepared
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Pacific Rim: Uprising debuted at #1 worldwide and in U.S. domestic ticket sales knocking Tomb Raider to #2 globally and pushing Black Panther from its top spot among U.S. movie goers. comScore’s Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian commented, “The robots of Universal’s ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ had a terrific $122.5 million international debut (with a massive $65 million earned in China) while taking over
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Can California force pro-life crisis pregnancy centers to advertise the state’s free abortion program? That’s an issue before the Supreme Court in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra, a challenge brought by pro-life centers that provide free services to low-income women who may be facing difficult or unplanned pregnancies. The law also
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The National Republican Congressional Committee has opened a field office in Southern California as it gets set to fight for the GOP’s control of the House, the Washington Examiner is reporting. The NRCC has leased an office in Irvine, California. The area had once been considered prime Republican territory, but Democrats have made inroads, according
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After weeks and weeks of relentless hype from the anti-Trump mainstream media, after endless teases about Big Reveals, Sunday night’s 60 Minutes interview with ex-porn star Stormy Daniels ended up being the Al Capone’s vault of anti-Trump news. A big, fat nothing. Back in 1986, Geraldo Rivera hosted a live, two-hour special surrounding the opening
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Posted by: Rich Mitchell in Money March 26, 2018 According to Pew Research, more U.S. households are renting now than at any point in the last 50 years. Erie Insurance shares a few tips to make the process of finding a new apartment a little less overwhelming. Know what you’re paying for. There’s more to renting
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Republicans in the Senate privately admit they are hoping Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announces his retirement before the fall midterm elections, The Hill is reporting. The GOP lawmakers say a vacancy on the high court would help solidify their base as they try to maintain their majority in the Senate, the website noted. There
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During the March 25 airing of Face the Nation, Parkland school shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv suggested people looking for something to blame ought to be pointing at the “cowards of Broward County” rather than guns. Kashuv was referencing the Broward County Sheriff’s Office from which a deputy arrived on scene 90 seconds into the attack
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