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Nearly half of Donald Trump's Twitter followers are fake

Five million in a few days is quite a lot of new followers and it turns out that many of Trump's recent followers may not actually be real people. Also, these accounts were only created in May 2017....

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Texas lawmakers pass adoption bill and anti-gay bathroom amendment

Texas lawmakers pass adoption bill and anti-gay bathroom amendment

Final House approval of the bill is expected on Monday. Texas' House voted 91-50 to pass an amendment tacking the stipulations onto a school emergency operation bill. But Rebecca L. Robertson, l...

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Iconic sponsor - and golf legend - weigh in on Tiger Woods' DUI arrest

Tiger Woods was discovered by police asleep in his Mercedes-Benz with the engine running, brake lights lit, and right turn signal flashing. At one point, police said he appeared to be on the verge o...

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White House Holds Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments

Mr Dubke's last day has not yet been determined. The secretary general of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said that the president's calls are what's moving them in the right direction. Trump will a...

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US military: Ballistic missile defense system test successful

North Korea has dramatically ramped up missile tests over the past year in its effort to develop an ICBM that can strike the USA mainland. The test involved the Pentagon Missile Defense Agen...

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Armed man in custody at Orlando airport; no one hurt

Armed man in custody at Orlando airport; no one hurt

A man accused of pointing a gun at an Orlando police officer at Orlando International Airport has been taken into custody, according to the Orlando Police Department . Passengers were encouraged to ...

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Police detain armed man at Orlando airport; no shots fired

Police detain armed man at Orlando airport; no shots fired

A spokeswoman for the Orlando International Airport says authorities are responding to a report of an armed man in the rental auto area. "Gunman in custody", Orlando Police tweeted at 10:08 p.m....

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Texas House Proceedings Disrupted After Protesters Chanted Against Sanctuary Law

Texas House Proceedings Disrupted After Protesters Chanted Against Sanctuary Law

Matt Rinaldi , R-Irving, made a decision to call upon U.S Immigration and Customs Enforcement to halt the lawful demonstrations against Senate Bill 4 . Hundreds of immigrant-rights activists - many o...

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Why Is Darrell Issa Up on the Roof?

Why Is Darrell Issa Up on the Roof?

Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Michael Scott , the bungling boss from " The Office ", following Tuesday's freakish incident at his office in Vista. "Too afraid to come speak with assembled constituen...

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Alleged gunman at Orlando International Airport arrested following massive police presence

Alleged gunman at Orlando International Airport arrested following massive police presence

An employee at a rental auto company at the airport told Channel 9 he heard shots fired and the area he was in had been locked down around 7:30 p.m. Officers responded and cleared the first floor of...

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Speller's journey shows how tough national bee has become

She will be joined by West Carroll eighth-grader Olivia Charles, speller 209, who is competing in her second National Spelling Bee . "Beautiful" claimed even more victims, leading the way in Californ...

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Lt. Gov. Brian Calley pushes for part-time legislature before Mackinac Policy Conference

Lt. Gov. Brian Calley pushes for part-time legislature before Mackinac Policy Conference

While lawmakers now convene off and on throughout the year, the ballot proposal would limit the legislature to 90 session days, unless the governor calls for a special session. Schuette also has suppo...

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Lawmakers teeter on the brink of special session

S.B. 277 would eliminate tax breaks for companies building wind farms within 25 miles of military airspace. Texas' top Republican leaders looked hopelessly deadlocked Sunday over must-pass legislati...

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Over 100 Shots Fired by Suspect During Palmetto Expressway Incident Monday Morning

Over 100 Shots Fired by Suspect During Palmetto Expressway Incident Monday Morning

Glazer. Authorities say Ruiz began shooting from inside his Toyota Corolla about 1 a.m. Monday as he was driving south. Police say he continued firing after Miami-Dade officers and Florida Highway P...

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ME police officers hurt, 1 critical, after boat crash

ME police officers hurt, 1 critical, after boat crash

Officers Dale Stout, 51, and Nathan Desjardins, 20, of the Fryeburg Police Department were dispatched to the scene around 4 p.m. Saturday, but their boat crashed about a mile from where the canoe flip...

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Fox & Friends buddies up with Jared Kushner

Jon Finer, a senior State Department official in the Obama administration, said Kushner's reported back-channel effort illustrates "that the Trump team had less trust in the American government th...

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White House Responds To Allegations About Kushner, Russia Communications

White House Responds To Allegations About Kushner, Russia Communications

It has also been my distinct pleasure to work side-by-side, day-by-day with the staff of the communications and press departments. However, Trump has privately and publicly pinned much of the blame ...

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Portland mayor aims to nix free-speech rally, fears 'hatred'

Portland mayor aims to nix free-speech rally, fears 'hatred'

Jeremy Christian yelled as he walked into the courtroom Tuesday. Three men aboard the train intervened, with one of them saying, "You can't disrespect these young ladies like that", Mangum said ...

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Pope gifts Trump texts on peace, environmentalism

Pope gifts Trump texts on peace, environmentalism

Trump met afterward with the Vatican secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin. "He is something", the President later said of his host. The Vatican issued an unusually brief statement about the...

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A look at US history according to the Old South's 'Confederate Catechism'

A look at US history according to the Old South's 'Confederate Catechism'

Taney, the Marylander who served as the fifth chief justice of the United States , wrote the notorious Dred Scott decision, which declared that African-Americans could not be USA citizens. The commis...

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