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Miss. win means Republicans increase Senate majority

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Republican have picked up another Senate seat after U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith won a divisive Mississippi runoff to remain in office. The incumbent, 59-year-old Hyde-Smith, defeated Democrat Mike Espy, a former U.S. ...

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Kari Jobe and other Christian musicians at special White House briefing

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Christian music artist Kari Jobe recently joined a group of worship leaders for a special meeting at the White House, and she posted some profound thoughts about the kingdom of God being ...

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CBS News’ Major Garrett disagrees with CNN’s press conference incivility

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On CBN’s Faith Nation last week, CBS White House Correspondent Major Garrett weighed in on the fight between CNN and the Trump Administration over the confiscation of reporter Jim Acosta’s White House press pass and the subsequent ...

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CNN, with 50 other press passes, sues White House over one

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WASHINGTON – At least 13 media outlets are backing CNN’s decision to sue the Trump administration over its suspension of CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s White House press credentials. Among them are The Associated Press, Bloomberg, The Washington ...

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Federal prosecutors reviewing altered election documents tied to Florida Democrats

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TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Department of State last week asked federal prosecutors to investigate dates that were changed on official state election documents, the first voting “irregularities” it has flagged in the ...

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Trump nominates 26 more judges

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While Democrats are celebrating taking control of the US House, the real power remains in the Senate as the President nominates more justices. The midterm elections saw a historic win for Republican ...

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Florida recount has Thursday deadline

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The process for the recount in Florida is under scrutiny as questions arise about the process, the person handling it in the state’s most populous county and videos that have surfaced of ...

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Eric Schmitt named as new Missouri Attorney General

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Missouri has a new Attorney General after Gov. Mike Parson named Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt to replace US Senator elect Josh Hawley. Parson made the announcement Tuesday morning in a press conference. “We’ve ...

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Missouri’s medical marijuana: what it means

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With the passage of Amendment 2, and the confusion around all three ballot measures, what exactly will happen with the legalization of medical marijuana in Missouri? That’s the question that those that ...

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Missouri Republican legislators keep supermajorities

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Perhaps the biggest story of Tuesday’s election in Missouri politics, apart from Republican Josh Hawley’s defeat of incumbent Claire McCaskill, was the strong showing by Missouri House Republicans. Democrats expected a blue ...

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Candidate Saundra McDowell thanks God after losing

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Saundra McDowell has posted a heart-felt thanks to God and her supporters after she lost her bid to become Missouri State Auditor. Mero Voice is sharing her letter, which she posted to ...

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Recap of KC area Congressional races

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Here’s a recap of Kansas City-area Congressional races in Missouri with vote totals. District 4 Representative Vicky Hartzler easily cruised to re-election to her fifth term in the U.S. House of Representatives ...

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George Soros racks up two victories in Missouri

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The influence of George Soros was just too strong for Air Force Veteran Saundra McDowell, a political newcomer and first time candidate. The Republican mom and Christian mounted a very strong grassroots ...

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Missouri Recap: Hawley wins US Senate seat

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In one of the most closely watched and expensive U.S. Senate races in the nation, first-term Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, defeated two-term incumbent Democrat U.S. Senator, Claire McCaskill. McCaskill spent $34 ...

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Blue wave disappears as Republicans gain in Senate, oust incumbents

In what could still be considered a stunning defeat, Democrats took control of the House without the “blue wave” that was projected to sweep Republicans from power in state governorships, the Senate ...

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