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Huma Abedin and Anthony Weiner have separated after he was caught in a third sexting scandal this week. On Monday, Hillary Clinton’s top aide announced she was leaving her husband after six years of marriage. “After long and painful consideration and work on my marriage, I have made the decision to separate from my husband,” she …

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The White House announced Monday that the 10,000th Syrian refugee will arrive in the United States Monday afternoon, a month ahead of schedule. The Obama administration announced in November 2015 that it planned to accept 10,000 refugees from Syria before Oct. 1, 2016. “Today, I am pleased to announce that we will meet this goal …

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Most of us like the “Dumb Crook of the Month” stories, and I am no exception. However, as some really smart military man once said–I’m sure it wasn’t General Custer–it is nearly always a mistake to underestimate the enemy. And, trust me, violent criminals are definitely the enemy. In fact, what they are is human …

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Taking part in Sunday’s “Meet the Press” panel, MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid said that Donald Trump’s potential business woes are more damning than the numerous “pay-for-play” scandals involving the Clinton Foundation and the Hillary-helmed State Department. “The issues people have with the Clinton Foundation, and what we don’t know about Trump’s businesses,” host Chuck Todd …

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Army prosecutors filed a statement Tuesday alleging that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl left his post in Afghanistan for the purpose of joining the Russian mob. “He mentioned his plan would be to go through Pakistan and into India and join the Russian mob,” then-Pfc. Shane Cross, a fellow soldier of Bergdahl’s, told Army investigators in an affidavit. …

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Nearly half a million Palestinians are currently able to take advantage of the temporary amnesty the Department of Homeland Security has extended to Syrian refugees. Two weeks ago, DHS secretary Jeh Johnson announced that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Syrians has been extended until March 31, 2018. TPS allows for individuals present in the U.S legally …

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A Texas woman who kept two illegal immigrants as slaves has been convicted of forced labor. Olga Murra was convicted of two counts of forced labor and two counts of “harboring an illegal alien,” reports The Washington Post. At her sentencing in November, Murra could receive 20 years in a federal prison for each of her forced …

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In a report about the rioting in Milwaukee airing on CNN (Clinton News Network), the network selectively edited the footage of the sister of an armed man shot by police to make it seem like she simply called for peace, when in-fact she also called for violence. In the segment airing on Monday’s “CNN Newsroom,” with …

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Illinois, a state that already has some of the nations toughest gun laws, just enacted even more. Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner signed a bill last week that allows Illinois State Police (ISP) to deny an application or revoke a gun owner’s Firearm Owners Identification Card (FOID) if they have had an order of protection against them or no-contact order …

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Obama administration efforts to train laid-off coal miners and their spouses for the “jobs of the future” are turning out to be somewhat of a double-edged sword. A new report by the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank found some coal miners have successfully gotten jobs in other industries, but the report also hints that those re-employed …

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Olympic pole vaulter Hiroki Ogita Monday cock-blocked himself, drawing worldwide headlines but losing the competition. This column generally avoids quoting extensively from other journalists’ stories. I am a reporter, not a parasitic blogger. But it is impossible to improve, either by paraphrasing or additional reporting — who is possibly qualified to comment on Ogita’s unique agony …

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The Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) recently conducted a study that examines the behavior of those applying for concealed carry permits and the rapid increase of CCW applications. According to the study’s findings, between 2009 and 2015 the number of concealed carry permits has increased to over 14.5 million, a 215% increase since 2007. When …

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During nights of riots and violence somewhat quelled Monday night by a curfew in Milwaukee, small acts of kindness by some in the community showed support for the Milwaukee Police Department. “A big thank you to the community from the men and women of MPD for all of the support, including dropping off food,” the Milwaukee …

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Monday was less than memorable for Ahmad Amsyar Azman. The Malaysian diver finished last in his Olympic 3 meter springboard preliminary round after nailing a bellyflop on his sixth and final dive of the night.   In case you don’t know anything about diving, that’s not a good thing. Tough break, homie. Better luck in 2020.

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Sources say that a Baltimore police lieutenant has been suspended after sending an email that referred to protesters of the Black Lives Matter movement as “thugs.” Lt. Victor Gearhart, a police union leader, sent the email out to the entire force, reports Baltimore CBS Local. In the email, Gearhart warns the police force to expect more “bad …

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The U.S has received 28,957 Muslim refugees so far in 2016, the single highest influx since 2002, according to an analysis by Pew Research Center. Muslim refugees make up about half of the total refugee population, 46 percent, that has entered the country in 2016. Christians make up the second-largest group with 27,556 so far. …

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The Pentagon announced the transfer of 15 prisoners from the Guantanamo Bay detention center Monday. The release is the single largest during President Barack Obama’s time in the White House. Twelve Yemeni nationals and three Afghans have been sent to the United Arab Emirates where they will be resettled. Six of the inmates were unanimously …

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Rush Limbaugh argued on Monday that “Black Lives Matter is almost approaching unionized gang status now.” On “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” the conservative radio host said, “Black Lives Matter plans to shut down Graceland this week. Elvis Presley’s home. This is Graceland week, apparently. In Memphis people show up, and the Coalition of Concerned Citizens — …

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A poll released by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs has found just 36 percent of Americans believe the U.S. should accept Syrian refugees. Despite wide-spread reluctance on opening the floodgates to Syrian refugees, the Obama administration is bent on importing 10,000 of them by September’s end. When broken down by political affiliation, the Monday poll …

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A Christian college in Oklahoma is the first school in the U.S. to sue the Obama administration over its five-year-old policy controlling how schools police sexual assault. According to a suit filed by Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU), an evangelical school with about 1,200 students, the administration’s sexual assault policies are illegally imposing regulations that drive schools to …

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A historically black women’s college has announced that it will put together a task force to consider admitting transgender women to the college. In a welcome back letter, Spelman’s president Mary Schmidt Campbell said that a newly created task force would recommend whether to admit transgender students to the campus or not, reports the Atlanta …

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