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Senate confirms Sonny Perdue as secretary of agriculture

Senate confirms Sonny Perdue as secretary of agriculture

Morehead in a press release. "There's important work ahead for the secretary, and he'll need to address these challenges against the backdrop of the biggest drop in farm prices and income we've seen...

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Hardball health care option may cost Trump and taxpayers

Read the full Wall Street Journal column . Half of Americans say they have little to no confidence that Republican efforts to repeal and replace Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act would make thing...

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Beer stores near reservation may have to close

Beer stores near reservation may have to close

The store owners' attorney, Andrew Snyder of Scottsbluff, said he advised them not to sell any alcohol after their licenses expire at midnight Sunday. He cited a 1996 case in which the Nebraska Suprem...

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NFL draft set to begin in Philadelphia

NFL draft set to begin in Philadelphia

They traded that selection to the Texans for the No. 25 pick. After months of mock drafts and prospect evaluations, the 2017 NFL Draft is here. Garrett has been PFF's top prospect, and likely the to...

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House committee backs Senate version of rape shield law

House committee backs Senate version of rape shield law

All opposed raising the sales tax from 2.9 percent to 3.4 percent, as called for in the bill . The bill also removes the three-month waiting period and limits the number of retail facilities from w...

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Disputes over abortion, financial rules slow spending bill

Disputes over abortion, financial rules slow spending bill

Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran (R-MS) issued a statement supporting the passage of the one-week spending measure. House Republican aides say that it's still possible to vote...

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'Major, major conflict' with North Korea absolutely possible

In the Reuters interview, Trump also called on South Korea to pay for the THAAD missile defense system, which the us began moving to a deployment site in South Korea earlier this week. On Thursday, ...

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Trump calls ruling against his sanctuary cities order "ridiculous"

The sanctuary city order was among a flurry of immigration measures Trump signed in January, including a ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries and a directive calling for a wall on t...

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Senate poised to confirm Acosta as Trump's man at labor

Senate poised to confirm Acosta as Trump's man at labor

President Trump's pick for labor secretary was confirmed Thursday - squeaking in just under the wire to complete the POTUS' cabinet before his 100th day in office. Puzder acknowledged having hired a...

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Warren: I'm 'Troubled' by Obama Getting $400K from Wall Street

Warren: I'm 'Troubled' by Obama Getting $400K from Wall Street

Bush had earned at least $15 million in public speaking fees since he left the White House, giving nearly 140 speeches for as much as $150,000 a pop. Schultz further clarified the former president's m...

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Arkansas executes 4th inmate in a week

Kenneth Williams, 38, initially was sentenced to life in prison for the 1998 killing of a university cheerleader. The European Union's ambassador to the USA forwarded a letter to Hutchinson, who sig...

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Is a US-North Korea war imminent?

Is a US-North Korea war imminent?

Trump's top national security advisers said they were "open to negotiations" with the North, though they gave no indication of when or under what circumstances. In a sustained bout of sabre-rattling t...

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Michael Flynn Is Under Investigation Over Foreign Payment Accusations

The House Oversight Committee revealed Thursday that the Pentagon warned Flynn against receiving foreign payments in 2014 . Flynn claims the DIA was briefed on the payment, but the information rele...

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Amid reports of US NAFTA pullout, Mexico leaned on diplomacy

Amid reports of US NAFTA pullout, Mexico leaned on diplomacy

Answering a reporter's question Thursday about the possible timeframe for NAFTA talks, Trump said: "It'll start very soon". "I looked forward to terminating". This week he imposed tariffs on Canadian ...

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Arbor Day 2017, this Friday

Arbor Day 2017, this Friday

Mihalik helps Millstream students with a tree planting during a 2016 Arbor Day event. Around 10,000 trees populate the boulevards, parks and street dividers of Kalispell, and the anticipated invas...

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New revisions are winning support for GOP health bill: Ryan

On Wednesday morning, conservative lawmakers gathered for a closed-door meeting to discuss a new version of the GOP bill that would repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care A...

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United States military begins moving THAAD missile defense to South Korea site

While the four-star admiral was confident the strike group could withstand any attack by North Korea, his long-term outlook on the growing threat from the country's nuclear weapons program was less ...

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Trump says US won't leave NAFTA _ for now

He consistently cast the agreement - which was negotiated by President Bill Clinton, the husband of Trump's presidential opponent Hillary Clinton - as a raw deal for the middle class. It was under an ...

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Documents reveal where teacher planned to take girl before his arrest

Cummins was read the federal charge against him: transportation of a minor across state lines for the goal of criminal sexual intercourse. If convicted of the federal charge, he faces at least 10 ye...

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Or It's 'End of FNC as We Know It'

Or It's 'End of FNC as We Know It'

Best Sean", Hannity wrote in the first of a series of tweets defending Shine Thursday afternoon. DailyMail.com contacted Fox News for comment. The sources said Shine made the request because o...

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