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  • Republican women running for office find politics is all about Trump

    Republican women running for office find politics is all about Trump0

    Meghan Milloy’s mission is to get more Republican women in office. As co-founder and executive director of Republican Women for Progress, she believes that “democracy works better when it represents everyone,” and to her that means gender parity in both parties. But while it’s her job to recruit, train and fundraise for female Republican candidates,

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  • Kremlin: Trump invited Putin to White House, but no date set

    Kremlin: Trump invited Putin to White House, but no date set0

    MOSCOW (AP) — An aide to Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that U.S. President Donald Trump invited the Russian leader to the White House when they spoke by telephone last month, but the two countries haven’t started any preparations for such a visit. Trump and Putin had a telephone conversation on March 20 in

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  • Trump says DACA deal for young immigrants is off

    Trump says DACA deal for young immigrants is off0

    By Valerie Volcovici and Delphine Schrank WASHINGTON/IXTEPEC, Mexico (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said on Sunday that there will be no deal to legalize the status of young adult immigrants called Dreamers and he said the U.S.-Mexico border is becoming more dangerous. After tweeting a “Happy Easter” message on Twitter, he said: “Border Patrol Agents

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  • Ken Starr: Justice Department should evaluate claims by Stormy Daniels

    Ken Starr: Justice Department should evaluate claims by Stormy Daniels0

    Former Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr, who famously investigated Bill Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky, said he believes that Stormy Daniels’s allegations that she was paid $130,000 during the 2016 election to keep silent about an alleged affair with President Trump raise “difficult and serious” issues that need to be evaluated by the Justice Department

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  • Russia responds quid pro quo to diplomats’ expulsions

    Russia responds quid pro quo to diplomats’ expulsions0

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia announced the expulsion of more than 150 diplomats, including 60 Americans, on Thursday and said it was closing a U.S. consulate in retaliation for the wave of Western expulsions of Russian diplomats over the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in Britain, a tit-for-tat response that intensified the Kremlin’s rupture

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  • Trump isn’t the first president to politicize the census

    Trump isn’t the first president to politicize the census0

    A simple count of everyone in the country. What could be so hard about that? In the 23 times that count has been done in the United States since the Constitution first required it in 1790, it’s become clear that there is almost nothing simple about the decennial census. The announcement this week that at

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  • Is War on Drugs Really Doomed?

    Is War on Drugs Really Doomed?0

    The United States has been fighting the international war on drugs for many years earning the name of the most ferocious warrior for total legalization and decriminalization of currently illicit substances. According to the Drug Policy Alliance, enforcing the war on drugs costs the country more than $50 billion each year. Apparently, the U.S. government

  • Canada’s Oil Crisis Causes “Suicide Boom”

    Canada’s Oil Crisis Causes “Suicide Boom”0

    Just two years ago, oil production in the Canadian province of Alberta could boast an incredible 87 percent of the country’s new net jobs. Today, unemployment in the country’s oil and gas industry is creeping to the 2008 level and huge job cuts are coinciding with the drastic increase in local suicide rates. Experts raise

  • Trump Calls Cruz “Maniac” After Falling Behind in Iowa

    Trump Calls Cruz “Maniac” After Falling Behind in Iowa0

    Since July, there have been two names at the top of every single poll of the 2016 GOP race in Iowa: Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Every single poll until now. The Texas senator Ted Cruz surged ten percent ahead of the once dominant Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. According to a Des Moines Register-Bloomberg

  • “Happy Birthday To You” Now Considered American National Heritage

    “Happy Birthday To You” Now Considered American National Heritage0

    What is the most widespread song in the world? Probably, the eternal hits of “The Beatles” or “The Rolling Stones” come to mind first. But the answer is much simpler than it seems at first—it is “Happy Birthday to You“. This seemingly ordinary tune can be a great way to show you care for someone

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