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  • Tim Tebow asks for 'help' with wedding

    (FOX NEWS) — Like many engaged millennial couples, Tim Tebow and Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters are admittedly struggling to coin the perfect wedding hashtag. Unlike most average folks of their generation, however, the former NFL quarterback and beauty queen asked their millions of Instagram followers for inspiration – with fans pitching some…

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  • U.S. Navy makes stunning admission on 3 mysterious UFO videos

    (FOX NEWS) -- For the first time, the U.S. Navy has acknowledged the three UFO videos that were released by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge and published by the New York Times are of real "unidentified" objects. “The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those three videos as unidentified," Navy…

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  • Motorcyclist's fall from cliff caught on helmet cam

    (FOX NEWS) -- A Texas man is lucky to be alive after he fell down a cliff while riding his motorcycle in Colorado — a scary plunge that was caught on his helmet camera. Rick Hogge was riding his bike with friends earlier this month on a trail on Schofield…

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  • Impeach mania: House 'Fantasy Island' members grill Trump campaign manager

    Billed as the House Judiciary Committee, the Democrat-controlled group of members of Congress on Tuesday was acting as "Fantasy Island" in grilling former Trump 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, according to ranking member Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga. "Today's charade is yet another waste of time and money. Our constituents sent…

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  • Vaping kills 7th person, CDC opens emergency center

    (AL.COM) -- The Centers for Disease Control has activated its Emergency Operations Center in response to the ongoing lung illness linked to vaping. “CDC has made it a priority to find out what is causing this outbreak of e-cigarette or vaping-related injuries and deaths,” said CDC Director Robert Redfield, M.D.…

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  • Heartburn, acid-reflux drugs tied to higher risk of death

    (STUDY FINDS) -- ST. LOUIS — Millions of people make a habit of taking heartburn medication to help with digestion, but a recent study suggests that taking certain types of heartburn and acid reflux medications for prolonged periods of time may not be a good idea. Researchers from the Washington…

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  • 3 in 5 can't name 1 of their local Congress members

    (STUDY FINDS) -- BALTIMORE – Election season is in full swing as Donald Trump’s first term as president draws closer to an end. November 3, 2020 may bring perhaps a record turnout for voters at the polls, but let’s not forget there’s far more than just a presidential election that…

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  • U.S. sues Snowden for failing to get gov't OK for book

    (CNBC) -- The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday for failing to submit his book to the government for clearance. “Edward Snowden has violated an obligation he undertook to the United States when he signed agreements as part of his employment by…

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  • Judge tosses lawsuit over SPLC's hate-group labels

    (AP) -- COLLEGE PARK, Md. — A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit that accused leaders of the Southern Poverty Law Center of trying to financially destroy one of the organizations that it has labeled as a hate group. The Center for Immigration Studies’ lawsuit is devoid of any…

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  • Yet another GOP congressman quitting Congress

    (DAILY CALLER) -- Republican California Rep. Paul Cook said Tuesday that he will not be seeking reelection and will instead run for his county supervisor seat. Cook was elected to Congress in 2012 and is currently in his fourth term. He will reportedly announce his campaign to represent the 1st…

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  • New GOP video shows Biden fumbling, stumbling, bumbling

    Joe Biden, right, and Barack Obama (Pixabay) Joe Biden has been a gaffe machine for, well, a long time. He's pulled some stunners, like the time he told a supporter confined to a wheelchair to stand up and let the crowd see him. Or the time he noted a shooting…

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  • New GOP video shows Biden fumbling, stumbling, bumbling

    Joe Biden, right, and Barack Obama (Pixabay) Joe Biden has been a gaffe machine for, well, a long time. He's pulled some stunners, like the time he told a supporter confined to a wheelchair to stand up and let the crowd see him. Or the time he noted a shooting…

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  • New GOP video shows Biden fumbling, stumbling, bumbling

    Joe Biden, right, and Barack Obama (Pixabay) Joe Biden has been a gaffe machine for, well, a long time. He's pulled some stunners, like the time he told a supporter confined to a wheelchair to stand up and let the crowd see him. Or the time he noted a shooting…

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  • Student nearly flunked over pro-life brochure for pregnant men

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- In 2017, a Fresno State University professor told his class to erase pro-life chalking that was expressly permitted by the public university. He paid $17,000 and agreed to take First Amendment training to settle the resulting lawsuit. Three hours north, a pro-life student claims she faced…

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  • Student nearly flunked over pro-life brochure for pregnant men

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- In 2017, a Fresno State University professor told his class to erase pro-life chalking that was expressly permitted by the public university. He paid $17,000 and agreed to take First Amendment training to settle the resulting lawsuit. Three hours north, a pro-life student claims she faced…

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  • Student nearly flunked over pro-life brochure for pregnant men

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- In 2017, a Fresno State University professor told his class to erase pro-life chalking that was expressly permitted by the public university. He paid $17,000 and agreed to take First Amendment training to settle the resulting lawsuit. Three hours north, a pro-life student claims she faced…

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  • Newspaper sorry for putting photo of black women in paper

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- Three years ago, the University of Oregon’s campus newspaper was investigated by its bias response team for insufficient coverage of transgender people. But who needs top-down investigations when newspaper staff are already learning to censor themselves from the bottom up? The Reveille of Louisiana State University…

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  • Newspaper sorry for putting photo of black women in paper

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- Three years ago, the University of Oregon’s campus newspaper was investigated by its bias response team for insufficient coverage of transgender people. But who needs top-down investigations when newspaper staff are already learning to censor themselves from the bottom up? The Reveille of Louisiana State University…

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  • Newspaper sorry for putting photo of black women in paper

    (THE COLLEGE FIX) -- Three years ago, the University of Oregon’s campus newspaper was investigated by its bias response team for insufficient coverage of transgender people. But who needs top-down investigations when newspaper staff are already learning to censor themselves from the bottom up? The Reveille of Louisiana State University…

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  • Alex Trebek has more chemotherapy after 'Jeopardy!' return

    (FOX NEWS) -- Roughly a week after he triumphantly returned to "Jeopardy!," Alex Trebek revealed he's undergoing another round of chemotherapy to treat his pancreatic cancer. Trebek, 79, said in an interview published Tuesday his doctors think more chemotherapy is warranted after his "numbers went sky high" and he lost…

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  • 'Strangely entertaining': Sean Spicer debuts on 'Dancing with the Stars'

    (FOX NEWS) -- Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer made his colorful and proudly outlandish “Dancing With the Stars” debut on Monday night wearing a neon-green ruffled shirt as he shimmied to the Spice Girls song “Spice up Your Life” in a salsa routine. GIFs of Spicer started circulating…

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  • Ex-Trump aide Corey Lewandowski to testify in impeachment hearing

    (CNBC) -- Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is slated to testify Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee as the Democrat-led panel continues to gather evidence toward a possible push to impeach President Donald Trump. Their fact-finding efforts may be stymied by the White House, however, which told the committee…

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  • ABC newswoman Cokie Roberts dead

    (ABC NEWS) -- Renowned ABC News journalist and political commentator Cokie Roberts has died at the age of 75. Roberts won countless awards, including three Emmys, throughout her decades-long career. She has been inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame and was cited by the American Women in…

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  • Kamala Harris joins gun confiscation campaign

    (Fox News) Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., expressed her support for a mandatory buyback program for "assault weapons" on Monday during her appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Towards the end of her interview, she took questions from the audience, made up of mostly college students. One of them…

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  • Man questioned after wife, kids found dead

    (Fox News) Authorities in central Florida on Monday said they believe a woman and her four children gone missing several weeks ago were killed in their home by the woman's husband, Michael Jones, who then transported their bodies to Georgia. The Marion County Sheriff's Office in Florida said they found…

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  • Lab holding smallpox explodes

    (Fox News) A virus research center in Russia — one of two places in the world that houses the smallpox virus — exploded on Monday, officials said. The blast at the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, or "Vector," left one employee injured and the building, located in Koltsovo,…

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  • Facebook trying to stop headline changes

    (AFP) Facebook said Monday it is working to stop advertisers from changing headlines in links to news stories after concerns raised by a British political party's altering of one such link. The leading social network confirmed the internal effort in the face of concerns over a BBC headline altered in…

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  • Teacher accused of calling for Pence assassination

    (Washington Examiner) A North Carolina high school teacher allegedly told her students Vice President Mike Pence should be "shot in the head" while Pence was in the state to campaign for Republican Dan Bishop. The unnamed Cuthbertson High School teacher has been referred to the Secret Service by the Union…

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  • Ari Fleischer rails at Omar for 'offensive' statements

    (Washington Examiner) Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer railed against Rep. Ilhan Omar for comments she made in response to criticism from the son of a 9/11 victim. "This is all in the context of her statement that 'some people did something,' which is how she described the attacks…

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  • N.Y. Times reporters blame editors for defective story

    (Washington Examiner) The two New York Times reporters behind the story detailing a new sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh blamed the editing process for the omission of a key passage that was later added along with an editor’s note. In an interview Monday evening, Robin Pogrebin…

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  • Son of 'witness' who denied Blasey Ford's claim speaks out

    (DAILY WIRE) As highlighted by The Daily Wire on Monday, Leland Ingham Keyser, the close friend of Brett Kavanaugh-accuser Christine Blasey Ford named as a witness to the now-Supreme Court justice's alleged attempted rape decades ago, not only denied being at such a gathering described by the accuser — she…

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  • Gun store runs 'Beto Special' on AR-15s

    (PLURALIST) A Phoenix gun store ran a discount on AR-15 rifles in direct response to 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke and sold out in less than four hours. In a Facebook post shared Friday, Alpha Dog Firearms revealed it had sold out of its $349.99 “Beto special.” “We’re trying…

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  • Nike puts swoosh on hijabs

    Some Islamic regimes have required women to wear the hijab in public while many cultures view it as a symbol of oppression of women, and some nations have banned it. Now, there will be at least one available with a familiar symbol normally associated with athletics. BizPacReview reported Nike has…

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  • Judicial Watch goes after communications of 'FBI/CIA informant'

    Washington watchdog Judicial Watch is investigating another alleged instance of entrapment of the Trump campaign in the 2016 election by Obama bureaucrats. Judicial Watch said Monday it has filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit against the Justice Department seeking records of communications between Robert Mueller's special counsel office and Felix…

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  • Trump approval returns to 50%

    President Trump prepares to board Marine One (White House photo) President Trump's approval among likely voters has returned to 50%, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. The poll Monday showed 49% disapprove. The figures break down to 35% who strongly approve and 41 percent who strongly…

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  • Trump: Iran's fingerprints on Saudi oil attack

    While making it clear he isn't looking for war, President Trump said Monday it is "certainly looking" like Iran was behind the drone attacks Saturday on one of Saudi Arabia's key oil facilities. "That was a very large attack, and it could be met with an attack many, many times…

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  • New York prosecutors subpoena 8 years of Trump's tax returns

    (LONDON GUARDIAN) Donald Trump faces a new battle over the release of his tax returns after New York prosecutors issued a subpoena for them. Trump is the first US president in nearly 40 years not to release his tax information, despite having promised to do so during his 2016 election…

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  • Bernie: 'We are going to impose a moratorium on deportations'

    (BREITBART) Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told a group that he backs a moratorium on all deportations from the U.S., a video surfaced on Saturday revealed. The socialist senator told a group that, under a Sanders administration, the U.S. would cease ICE raids and deportations. “We are gonna impose a moratorium…

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  • City banned from forcing artists to promote gay weddings

    The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday that the city of Phoenix violated the constitutionally protected religious freedom of two Christian calligraphers by prosecuting them for their refusal to create custom invitations for a same-sex wedding. The court ruled they are protected by the state constitution as well as the state's…

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  • Facebook removes angel mom's posts on illegals

    (Western Journal) Mary Ann Mendoza is not a popular woman among tech companies, it seems. Mendoza, an “angel mom” whose son was killed by a drunk driver that was illegally in this country, was suspended from Twitter in July for doing what she’s done for years: Posting about illegal immigration.…

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  • Dems election 'strategy'? Calling GOP names

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at a news conference Jan. 17, 2019 (video screenshot) You didn't think that Rep. Nancy Pelosi's recent vilification of Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was an accident, did you? Or the New York Times' recent attempt to revive misconduct allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett…

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  • It's now 'journalistic malpractice' for N.Y. Times

    Judge Brett Kavanaugh sworn in to Senate Judiciary Committee A new attack launched by the New York Times on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh – this one a NEW allegation of sexual misbehavior – has exploded in the newspaper's face and the ripples are quickly spreading. Even those who are…

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  • OxyContin maker goes for – bankruptcy!

    AP) Purdue Pharma, the company that made billions selling the prescription painkiller OxyContin, filed for bankruptcy in White Plains, New York, days after reaching a tentative settlement with many of the state and local governments suing it over the toll of opioids. The filing was anticipated before and after the…

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  • DOJ using Dems' confusion against them

    (Fox News) The Justice Department, in new court filings, sought to block congressional Democrats' bid for secret grand jury material from the Robert Mueller investigation by citing the confusion inside the caucus over whether or not they're pursuing an "impeachment investigation." In the Friday court filing, the DOJ argued that…

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  • Whites need not apply

    (College Fix) An upcoming science and technology symposium slated to take place at Williams College promises a unique feature: it will showcase “new” voices in the field, and those voices will only come from scholars of color. “New Voices in Science and Technology Studies: A C3 Symposium,” set for early…

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  • GM workers on strike

    (Washington Examiner) General Motors employees went on strike nationwide Monday following the expiration of the company's collective bargaining contract with the United Auto Workers. The union said they were striking to regain some of the concessions made about a decade ago when the automaker was teetering on the brink of…

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  • N.Y. Times sinks its own Kavanaugh claims

    (Washington Examiner) More than a day after publishing a bombshell exposé detailing a new sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the New York Times added a significant passage, along with an editor's note, that undercuts the claim. The report published Saturday evening was adapted from an upcoming…

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  • Gal dreams she ate engagement ring, wakes to find she really did

    (ABC NEWS) -- A San Diego woman has had surgery after dreamed she was forced to eat her engagement ring woke up to discover that she had actually eaten it. Jenna Evans was deep asleep on Tuesday night when she dreamed that her and her fiancé, Bobby, were on a…

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  • Sperm donor fathers 12, all showing signs of autism

    (WASHINGTON POST) -- BARTLETT, Ill. - Danielle Rizzo's son is screaming. He is planted in the middle of the lobby of his elementary school, clinging to rainbow-colored blocks as she gently explains that she is here - off schedule, in the middle of the day - to take him to…

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  • Teen hospitalized with holes in lungs after 3 months of vaping

    (PALM BEACH POST) -- Officials call rise in youth vaping throughout Florida an “epidemic.” In Jacksonville, one teen was hospitalized for his vaping addiction and the harm it caused to his lungs. Dallas Pantazi’s deep, brassy cough echoes through his hospital room. The 17-year-old has been at Wolfson Children’s Hospital…

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