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Report: China hacked Clinton servers during entire term

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A Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington area hacked Hillary Clinton’s private servers throughout her term as secretary of state and obtained nearly all her emails, two sources briefed on the matter ...

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President Trump’s remarks to Christians at White House dinner

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In our continuing effort to provide you with news that is unfiltered, below are the President’s remarks to a group of Christians last night at a White House dinner.   REMARKS BY ...

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American taxpayers on hook for California high-speed rail

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What has already become known as California’s boondoggle, the high-speed rail project is reportedly getting even more pricey. Eventually connecting 8 of the 10 largest cities in California, the project now faces ...

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Pope apologizes in Ireland, protesters impressed

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Pope Francis issued a sweeping apology Sunday for the “crimes” of the Catholic Church in Ireland, saying church officials regularly didn’t respond with compassion to the many abuses children and women suffered ...

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John McCain dead of cancer at 81

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Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are mourning the death of their dear friend and colleague, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) who succumbed to brain cancer at the age of 81. McCain ...

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So what does Cohen guilty plea really mean?

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President Donald Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen is facing prison time after he pled guilty on eight counts of financial fraud, tax evasion, and other violations. The plea came after what some ...

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Illegal immigrant charged in murder of Iowa college student

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An illegal immigrant from Mexico has confessed to kidnapping college student Mollie Tibet’s while she was running in her small Iowa hometown killing her and dumping her body in a cornfield, authorities ...

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Mistrial declared in majority of charges against Manafort

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In what some consider a stunning rebuke to the prosecution by Robert Mueller’s team, a judge has declared a mistrial on 10 of 18 charges faced by Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s ...

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Last known WWII Nazi deported from U.S.

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He was known to authorities for almost two decades yet no previous American president, Republican or Democrat, chose to bring him to justice–until now. A man who authorities believe is the last ...

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Young women benefitting from lowest unemployment since 1956

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Young women looking for work are one of the biggest winners since new economic policies were initiated after the 2016 presidential election. The latest data, tentatively released at the beginning of the ...

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New law in Nepal criminalizes evangelism

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A law criminalizing religious conversions and the “hurting of religious feelings” went into effect in Nepal this week, a year after the bill was passed. As World Watch Monitor reported last year, ...

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73 genders on drivers license too much for liberal state

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A Massachusetts legislator forced legislators to face the strange realities of the gender debate. As debate got underway on a bill that would have added a third gender to the state’s driver’s ...

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Salvations near 2,000 as revival hits Missouri army base

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The largest revival in the nation seems to be happing not at a church, but at a Missouri Army base. A US Army Chaplain says a revival is taking place on the ...

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Willow Creek admits settling sex abuse case involving children

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More explosive allegations are rocking Bill Hybels‘ former Willow Creek Community Church outside Chicago. After its entire elders board resigned over accusations that Hybels sexually abused women, it has now been discovered that the ...

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IRS admits it targeted conservative groups during Obama

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After years of denial, the IRS has admitted it targeted conservative groups during the Obama administration and punished those groups for purely political reasons. In a historic settlement, a judge this week ...

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