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Justice Ginsburg treated for malignant cancer

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent radiation therapy after a cancerous tumor was found on her pancreas, the court announced on Aug. 23. Ginsburg had a routine blood test in early July, which uncovered ...

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FBI: 64 percent of all federal arrests are noncitizens

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President Trump was criticized for comments about high crime numbers associated with those entering the country illegally. The comments drew national criticism from immigration rights groups, Democrats and many Republicans. Now, the ...

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Trump looks at ending birthright citizenship

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It’s a policy in which the United States stands virtually alone in the world – allowing individuals to come to the country solely to have a child who is then automatically a ...

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US to unveil major peace plan after Israeli elections

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The Trump administration has announced that the Israeli-Palestinian peace plan will be released after Israeli elections on Sept. 17. Trump stated that there have been “decades of hate” between Israelis and Palestinians ...

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Details about ‘red flag’ laws slow rush for more legislation

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As Americans learn more about the much talked about federal “red flag” gun confiscation bill, support for it among Republicans, gun-owning Democrats and President Donald Trump is dropping. Trump initially offered his ...

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Planned Parenthood withdraws from Title X after Trump policy wins in court

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The Planned Parenthood abortion business announced late Monday it will officially withdraw from the Title X program — costing it $60 million in taxpayer funds. Media outlets are wrongly reporting that the ...

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Pro-life college group wins equal funding lawsuit

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A college pro-life group that was discriminated against by their California university has won a major lawsuit. A district court judge has ruled that mandatory student fees at California State University-San Marcos must ...

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News Briefs: Disney star supports Communists, Rice cooker suspect nabbed, Media changes strategy on Trump

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Here’s today’s news briefs: Man placing rice cooker around New York apprehended A West Virginia man caught on security footage placing rice cookers around New York City, sparking fears during rush hour Aug. 16, ...

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Omar, Tlaib tied to terrorist-friendly group

Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) have ties to Mitfah, the radical group they partnered with for their now banned trip to Israel. The organization is viewed as “terrorist-friendly,” denying ...

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Morning national news briefs: oil tankers, Facebook and Epstein

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Your morning national news briefs: US Moves to Take Control of Iranian Tanker Seized by British Last Month The United States does not want Britain to swap an Iranian oil tanker for ...

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US has become an ‘energy superpower’

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It’s something you don’t hear in the media and it’s not mentioned during the Democrat presidential debates. Ask any American and they most likely don’t know that over the last few years ...

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Mystery of guard at time of Epstein death brings more questions

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A mystery is unfolding around one of the two guards on duty at Jeffrey Epstein’s cell on the night of his death. The guard was not a regular correctional officer, according to reports. ...

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Coroner cannot say Epstein death was suicide

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The New York City medical examiner’s office completed an autopsy on the body of accused child sex-trafficker and financier Jeffrey Epstein. The report could not conclusively determine suicide or the means of death ...

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After 200 years, US Army gets its own museum

Right now, the US Army is the only military branch without its own national museum. In 2020, that’s set to change. The future capstone of the Army is still under construction on a ...

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Gov’t to investigate Connecticut school that abolished girls-only sports

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The federal government announced late this week it will investigate a Connecticut school district which abolished girls-only sports. The allegations of discrimination against the district were filed by three Connecticut teenage girl ...

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Little House on the Prairie is 45 years old and as popular as ever

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WALNUT GROVE, Minn. – A little more than 800 people live in Walnut Grove, Minnesota. But millions around the world know and love this small town. It’s the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, ...

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Is gun violence linked to absence of dads in homes?

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As the nation continues to reel from multiple instances of gun violence, family organizations, politicians, public safety officials and others are questioning the media narrative that only guns cause violence. “What about ...

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Conservative shames city leaders, organizes Baltimore clean-up

Some 200 volunteers combed through the streets of northwest Baltimore on Aug. 5, cleaning up trash and weeds in an “Americans Helping Americans” event organized by conservative activist Scott Presler. Starting at 7 a.m. ...

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America’s Founders left us the answer for the massacres

The horrific massacres in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, are stark reminders that something is disturbingly amiss in American culture. Leftists will politicize these tragedies and use them as weapons against ...

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Grandmother turns in grandson, stops mass murder

A Texas man was arrested after his grandmother found out about his plans to carry out a mass shooting at a nearby hotel, authorities say. William Patrick Williams, 19, of Lubbock, was ...

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What’s the story behind the drop in stock market?

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The US Treasury Department placed China on a blacklist Monday evening, officially labeling China as a “currency manipulator” after the regime took a major step that sent shockwaves through global stock markets. That ...

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How should Christians respond to mass shootings?

In the wake of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, pastor and author Max Lucado is urging the U.S. to respond and “welcome Jesus into the midst of this ...

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El Paso witness carried lost children to safety

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A witness to the mass shooting at the El Paso Walmart risked his own life as he carried kids to safety after they were caught in the crossfire. Glen Oakley was at ...

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Death toll rises to Twenty in El Paso Walmart shooting

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The death toll has risen to 20 people with 26 others wounded in a shooting at an El Paso Walmart. Law enforcement officials have said a 21-year-old Dallas-area man named Patrick Crusius ...

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Congresswoman Omar’s Israel visit may be blocked over radicalism

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Anti-Semitic US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) is not welcome in Israeli if the organization Shurat HaDin is successful in attempts to block her from visiting the country. Omar has made several vocal ...

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