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Trump: ‘There Will Be More Pardons,’ I Am ‘Very Seriously’ Considering Muhammad Ali

President Donald Trump on Friday said he has “very seriously” considered pardoning the late heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali among many others who have been given “unfair” sentences. Prior to departing from the White House for the G7 Summit in Canada, Trump held an impromptu …

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Sanders on Potential 2020 Howard Schultz Presidential Run: I Don’t Know Him ‘At All’

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) said Thursday that he didn’t know outgoing Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz, indicating he was unable to comment on rumors the businessman might run as a Democrat to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020. CNN host Chris Cuomo asked Sanders, …

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Trump, Congressional Leadership Agree VA Expansion Will Be Paid For

The Trump administration is seeking to pay for recent expansion of Veterans Affairs to private health care through recently increased budgetary caps, according to an administration official. The VA Mission Act, signed into law by the president on Wednesday, creates a new program that allows …

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U.S. Rebukes Nicaragua Over Killings of Protesters 

Human rights organizations in Washington and Nicaragua are documenting allegations of human rights violations following the deaths of at least 113 people protesting the Daniel Ortega regime in the political uprising that began two months ago, according to sources familiar with the investigations. A group …

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What Kim Is

“This will not be just a photo op,” President Trump said Thursday of his meeting next week with Kim Jong Un. “This will be—at a minimum, we’ll start with, perhaps, a good relationship. And that’s something that’s very important toward the ultimate making of a …

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Dunford to Meet With Russian Military Leaders to Discuss Syria

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford will meet with Russian military leaders on Friday in Helsinki to discuss the situation in Syria among other matters. Chief of the general staff of the Russian armed forces Gen. Valery Gerasimov will represent the …

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Nicolle Wallace Asks if Trump Women Are ‘Dead Inside,’ ‘Paid Off’

MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace asked panelists on Thursday if the Trump women are “dead inside” and “paid off” given they don’t stand up to the President Donald Trump and behavior deemed unacceptable. Although Wallace claimed she would “never play a moral policewoman,” she continued on …

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Inside the Ring: Facebook and Lenovo

Social media giant Facebook is under fire for sharing data with four Chinese electronics companies that critics say pose security and privacy risks for Americans’ data. The most worrisome data-sharing took place between Facebook and Huawei Technologies, the telecommunications giant that U.S. officials have linked …

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Despite ‘Zero Tolerance,’ Illegal Immigration Still Up at Southwestern Border

Nearly 52,000 people were apprehended at the southwestern border in May, new data from Customs and Border Protection show, marking the third month in the row that more than 50,000 people have attempted to enter America from Mexico illegally. The May 2018 count of 51,912 …

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Joy Reid’s Former Co-workers: She Threatened Violence, Made Homophobic Comments

Embattled MSNBC host Joy Reid made homophobic comments and threatened violence against her co-workers while working on her Florida radio show, according to individuals who worked with her at the time. Fox News spoke to Reid’s former superiors at the radio station WTPS 1080 AM, where …

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