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Trump move with $1.2 trillion in trade could be risky — NAFTA

A number of times he said he would either "get rid of it" or "terminate it" or "renegotiate" it. Trump said he believes "the end result will make all three countries stronger and better ". Indeed, ...

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Army Ranger from central IL killed in Afghanistan amid ISIS fight

The Taliban says its annual spring offensive will be a mix of conventional, guerrilla and suicide attacks on Afghan and foreign forces, underlining the challenges facing the United States administrati...

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Here's What Could Be Next for Trump's Sanctuary Cities Order

City Attorney Dennis Herrera, at podium, with his staff beside him, talks about a federal judge's order blocking any attempt by the Trump administration to withhold money from "sanctuary cities" dur...

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The race for votes on health care is on, once again

The race for votes on health care is on, once again

Officials there have been hoping for House passage of the legislation by Saturday - President Donald Trump's 100th day in office. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pressed for an agreement on the sh...

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Senate Dems block quick vote on short-term spending bill

Senate Dems block quick vote on short-term spending bill

Congress is doing the bare minimum to keep the country running, readying a short-term spending bill to keep the lights on in government past Saturday, when President Donald Trump will mark his 100th...

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Alex Jones loses primary custody; ex-wife gets joint custody

Alex Jones loses primary custody; ex-wife gets joint custody

A Travis County jury returned the decision shortly before midnight Thursday after nine hours of deliberation. A jury has stripped the right-wing InfoWars radio host of full custody and awarded joint...

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Trump finds that CEO-as-president isn't always a natural fit

Only 78 percent of Trump voters reported they planned to vote for a Republican candidate in their congressional district in the 2018 midterm elections. Mr Trump went into office with about 45 per ce...

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Jury sentences ambush killer to death penalty

Eric Frein, the would-be revolutionary who shot two Pennsylvania troopers, one fatally, in a late-night attack at their barracks, was sentenced to death late Wednesday. Frein opened fire on Dickson du...

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Ann Coulter a no-show at raucous but peaceful Berkeley rally

Ann Coulter a no-show at raucous but peaceful Berkeley rally

Officials at UC Berkeley said they feared renewed violence on campus if Coulter followed through with plans to speak, citing "very specific intelligence" of threats that could endanger Coulter and stu...

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Berkeley protests peaceful as hundreds rally over Coulter

Berkeley protests peaceful as hundreds rally over Coulter

At least they cited the Ann Coulter-Berkeley controversy as its first example, but the article did not state why this is such a controversial issue at this time. She told Tucker that the university ke...

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Trump Team Failed To Vet Flynn Beyond Obama Security Clearance

Trump Team Failed To Vet Flynn Beyond Obama Security Clearance

White House press secretary Sean Spicer argued Thursday that former national security adviser Michael Flynn didn't need to be vetted by the Trump administration because he'd previously held a securi...

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New GOP proposal for Affordable Care cuts even more harmful | Sires

New GOP proposal for Affordable Care cuts even more harmful | Sires

Asked if there was any chance there would be a vote at any point this weekend, McCarthy also said no. "Members should insist on changes, especially for the sake of those who are struggling in ...

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These Reebok Alien Stompers will keep you ready for Alien day

These Reebok Alien Stompers will keep you ready for Alien day

In celebration of this year's Alien Day today on 4/26, Reebok is announcing the release of the highly collectible Alien Stomper "Final Battle" pack. Powerloader on the other hand, is styled after th...

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White House to host private briefing on N Korea

White House to host private briefing on N Korea

United States officials have expressed mounting concern over North Korea's nuclear and missile tests, and its threats to attack the U.S. and its Asian allies. "I will continue to work with my colleagu...

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All 100 Senators Invited To White House For North Korea Briefing

All 100 Senators Invited To White House For North Korea Briefing

The auditorium on the White House grounds is not typically used for large-scale national security briefings, but can be outfitted to accommodate classified discussions among the lawmakers and official...

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Walnut Creek Homicide Suspect in Lengthy Standoff With Police in Martinez

Walnut Creek Homicide Suspect in Lengthy Standoff With Police in Martinez

Thursday. Police surrounded the suspect's auto Thursday in Martinez after the alleged shooting took place near the Lindsay Wildlife Museum on the 1900 block of First St. Investigators searched the...

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Blocked again: Federal judge halts Trump's order on sanctuary cities

The judge rejected the administration's argument that the executive order applies only to a relatively small pot of money and said Trump can not set new conditions on spending approved by Congress. ...

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Toddler found dead in home after reported missing by Federal Bureau of Investigation

Toddler found dead in home after reported missing by Federal Bureau of Investigation

Semaj was reported missing to police about 6 p.m. Tuesday. The sheriff's office and Federal Bureau of Investigation executed the search warrant about 11 p.m. Anyone with information about where Sema...

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US admiral says North Korea crisis is at worst point he's seen

US admiral says North Korea crisis is at worst point he's seen

Washington has in turn warned that " all options are on the table " in ending North Korean provocations. Trump lavished praise on Chinese President Xi Jinping for Chinese assistance in trying to re...

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Trump adviser didn't disclose Russian Federation money

Trump adviser didn't disclose Russian Federation money

Flynn, a former U.S. military intelligence chief who was a close adviser to Trump during last year's campaign, was paid more than $33,000 dollars to attend an RT gala in December 2015, where he sat at...

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