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  • After allegations, Moore avoids spotlight, questions

    After allegations, Moore avoids spotlight, questions0

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore has been a rare sight on the traditional campaign trail in the days ahead of a critical U.S. Senate race. He’s appeared at only a handful of rallies in front of friendly audiences and steadfastly has shunned reporters from the mainstream media. Moore’s past campaigns

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  • Violence flares at protest near U.S. Embassy in Lebanon

    Violence flares at protest near U.S. Embassy in Lebanon0

    BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanese security forces fired tear gas and water canons at protesters near the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon on Sunday during a demonstration against President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Protesters, some of them waving Palestinian flags, set fires in the street and threw projectiles toward security

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  • Will tax cuts spur the American economy? Maybe with a time machine.

    Will tax cuts spur the American economy? Maybe with a time machine.0

    Finally, Americans are going to get that massive corporate tax cut they’ve been clamoring for. OK, not really — voters don’t put taxes high on the list of issues that keep them up at night, and the bill now careening through Congress is even less popular than the president, which is saying something. But Republicans

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  • Trump loaned White House campaign $7.5 million as he nears Republican nomination

    Trump loaned White House campaign $7.5 million as he nears Republican nomination0

    Donald Trump raised $1.7 million from donors and loaned his White House campaign $7.5 million in April as he moved closer to becoming the Republican nominee for president, according to documents filed with the U.S. Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Friday. The New York businessman had loaned his campaign a total of $43.5 million as

  • 2016 Iowa Caucuses: Who Wins, Who Loses?

    2016 Iowa Caucuses: Who Wins, Who Loses?0

    On Feb. 1, Iowans became the first people in the United States to vote for the candidate they believed should be the next president of the country. As for the Democrats, there were two leaders: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. On the Republican side, the contest was between the frontrunner Donald Trump, Texas Senator Ted

  • What Is It Like to Be Son of Illegal Parents?

    What Is It Like to Be Son of Illegal Parents?0

    In your opinion, how many illegal immigrants live in the United States at the moment? It does not matter what number you will say because the real figure is much, much bigger. According to Pew Research Center estimates, there were more than eleven million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2014, which makes up 3.5

  • The X-Files: Top 5 Weirdest Government Secrets

    The X-Files: Top 5 Weirdest Government Secrets0

    In the era of big changes in geopolitics, the ongoing debate about the balance between secrecy and transparency in the United States government affairs raises one extremely important question: what are the actual limits of the government’s ability to control the information in the public domain? Well, every government has something to hide. People obviously

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