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A 16-year-old employee was sent home from work for wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey to “Wear A Football Jersey Day” at a Kroger grocery store in Springfield, Ohio. The Kroger manager sent Elijah Scott home to change out of his Kaepernick jersey after a customer complained and said he “wasn’t going to shop there again,” …

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Yanicka Parker, a Florida woman, was a longtime employee of the Broward County Clerk of Courts. She worked there for 12 years until she says she was suddenly fired when she told her bosses she wouldn’t issue marriage licenses to same sex couples.  She’s has now filed a federal lawsuit against Howard C. Forman, the Clerk …

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Ms. Bernice Starnes has a thing or two to say about the woman who allegedly robbed her outside her Bronx, New York apartment building. And she doesn’t mince words. “She wants to hurt me, and the b*tch don’t even know me,” Starnes told PIX11 News. You must watch the full interview here: Police say the suspected thief, …

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The Michigan Board of Education officially approved a guidance on LGBTQ students Wednesday, instructing the state’s public schools to let students choose their gender, name and bathroom in order to create an “inclusive school environment.” The guidance was first drafted in February but went unnoticed until reported by The Daily Caller in March. “Students should be allowed to use the …

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Dr. Milton Wolf is casting doubt about Hillary Clinton’s alleged pneumonia diagnosis. In the letter Clinton released Wednesday “to allay concerns after her weekend medical scare,” her personal doctor stated she diagnosed the former secretary of state with “a mild non-contagious bacterial pneumonia” on September 2. According to Wolf, no such strain of pneumonia exists. Wolf, who …

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A Massachusetts man gets daily fines for having too many signs endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on his private property, according to an Associated Press report Thursday. Ricky Early received a letter from the city of Haverhill, Massachusetts Sept. 9, informing him that he was in violation of a local ordinance that limits the …

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A scientist and global warming skeptic applied for a climate change editor position at The New York Times to help it show readers how climate models fail more often than celebrity marriages. Meteorologist Mathew Briggs wrote a blog post Monday titled, “The New York Times Is Looking For A Climate Change Editor: That’s Me!” which …

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The Obama administration plans to admit 110,000 refugees to the United States next fiscal year, Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress on Tuesday. The proposed level of admissions represents a 57 percent increase over the 70,000 refugees admitted in FY 2015 and a nearly 30 percent increase over the administration’s FY 2016 refugee admissions …

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An Illinois Social Security worker might get fired after refusing multiple times to watch a gay diversity training video. David Hall, who works at the Social Security Administration office in Champaign, Illinois, faced a two-day suspension after declining to watch a video about creating an inclusive workplace, reports the Huffington Post. A supervisor told Hall twice, …

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Ford is moving all small-car production in North America from the United States to Mexico, the company announced to investors Wednesday. “Over the next two to three years, we will have migrated all of our small-car production to Mexico and out of the United States,” CEO Mark Fields told investors in Michigan, reports the Detroit …

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Following last academic year’s seemingly powerful Black Lives Matter protests, a group called Black Students for Revolution has now issued a 13-demand manifesto at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. The protracted set of 13 demands — which, at 3,211 words, clocks in at over 220 percent of the length of the Declaration of Independence — charges that …

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Melania Trump posted a letter from her lawyer stating that she came to the United States legally. After a report surfaced that the Republican nominee’s wife may have come to the country under a tourist visa in the 1990s — which would not have authorized her to work as a model — she attempted to put those questions …

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Former Secretary of State Colin Powell complained to a friend that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton “screws up” everything she touches thanks to overwhelming personal hubris, a newly-leaked email reveals. Powell sent the email, one of thousands leaked by the organization DC Leaks, to private equity tycoon Jeffrey Leeds Aug. 18, 2015, a few days after …

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John and Patsy Ramsey reported their daughter missing on Christmas Eve in 1996 after they said they found a ransom letter demanding $118,000 for her return. JonBenét Ramsey was later found beaten and strangled in the basement the next day. During a three-part interview on the 20th anniversary of her death, Dr. Phil asked Burke about theories that …

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A man asked Chelsea Clinton a question at a campaign event for her mother Hillary in Winston-Salem, N.C. on Tuesday. But not before apologizing for his biology. “I saw your hand first, so, yes. Hello,” Clinton told the soon-to-be-emasculated bro. “And maybe just share your name.” “Yes, ma’am,” the guy answered, to which Clinton stated, “oh gosh called …

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Dan Behm, a Michigan public school superintendent, is apologizing for a recent action taken by students that he claims promoted “exclusion, “hate,” “hostility and confusion.” That act was waving giant American flags at a high school football game last Friday. According to Michigan Capitol Confidential, Behm penned his apology letter — addressed to the entire district …

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President Barack Obama criticized Donald Trump’s working class supporters while speaking to a crowd in Philadelphia Tuesday. “I keep on reading this analysis that, well, you know, Trump’s got like support from working folks,” he told attendees at Hillary Clinton’s campaign rally. “Really? Like, this is the guy you want to be championing working people?” …

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A newly brokered ceasefire between the U.S. and Russia in Syria deteriorated in a manner of minutes, according to reports from activists and aid workers in the city of Aleppo. Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, who said he would comply with the ceasefire, reportedly dropped barrel bombs on rebel-held areas of Aleppo just minutes after the announcement. Regime controlled media also indicated some …

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A lawsuit filed on behalf of an autistic boy alleges Minnesota police officers used excessive force when arresting him and a friend. Marcus Abrams, an 18-year-old, alleges two Metro Transit police officers attacked him at a light rail station after getting off work at the state fair, reports the Star Tribune. The lawsuit asks for $350,000 in …

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A campus Republican club at Sewanee: The University of the South was suspended after it put up 9/11 memorial posters that administrators said would arouse hatred towards Muslims. The posters in question simply show photos of eight different acts of violence by Islamic radials (such as 9/11, the USS Cole attack, and the Orlando nightclub massacre) along …

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Brock Turner of Ohio was a student-athlete at Stanford University, who had sexually assaulted an unconscious woman in early 2015. When he was indicted with the charge and few other accusations, he was looking at a potential sentence of 14 years in prison. While the prosecutors recommended at least six years in prison, the probation officials suggested a moderate …

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