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Singer Who Wore MAGA Dress to 2017 Grammys Launches Exploratory Committee to Run for Congress

The singer who wore a Make America Great Again dress at the 2017 Grammy Awards announced Wednesday that she launched an exploratory committee for a congressional run in Florida. Joy Villa, 31, said back in October that if she did chose to run, she would …

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Boeing Execs Head to Iran as Congress Cracks Down on Tehran’s Use of Planes For Terror

Executives from major airplane manufacturers Boeing and AirBus will reportedly head to Iran next week to hammer down multi-billion dollar deals to sell the Islamic Republic a new fleet of commercial planes amid a congressional crackdown on Tehran’s continued use of commercial aircraft to transport …

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Trump: I Initially Endorsed Strange in Alabama Because Moore Wouldn’t Be Able to Win General Election

President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning in response to Democrat Doug Jones’ special election victory in Alabama and took shots at Republican Roy Moore. Trump congratulated Jones on Tuesday night, and early the next morning, said he was right in predicting Moore wouldn’t be able to win …

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Jackson Lee Congratulates ‘Doug Moore’ on Alabama Senate Victory

Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (Texas) scrambled the names of Alabama Senate candidates in an attempted congratulatory tweet Tuesday night, saluting “Doug Moore” on his victory. She meant Democrat Doug Jones, however, but she bestowed upon him the last name of Roy Moore, the Republican …

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Two Reuters Journalists Arrested in Myanmar

YANGON (Reuters) – Two Reuters journalists were arrested on Tuesday evening in Myanmar’s main city, Yangon, a government spokesman said. “Yes it is correct that they were arrested,” spokesman Zaw Htay said. “Not only your reporters, but also the policemen who were involved in that …

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GOP Blasts $1 Million State Dept. Grant to Think Tank to Work with Venezuela Opposition

Conservatives on Capitol Hill and throughout Washington’s foreign-policy community are outraged over a State Department decision to give nearly $1 million to a Washington think tank to help mediate a dialogue between Venezuelan opposition leaders and the Maduro regime. Critics view the mediation effort as …

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Poll: Americans Split on Guns, But 89% Believe Better Mental Health Screenings and Treatment Key to Violence Prevention

Americans remain split on guns and gun control but find some areas of common ground, a poll released on Monday shows. The CBS News Poll found 49 percent favor a “nationwide ban on assault weapons” while 48 percent oppose it. It found 51 percent favor …

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Patagonia Says Trump ‘Stole’ Land That Remains Public

The outdoor clothing company Patagonia is waging an over-the-top campaign against President Donald Trump, claiming he “stole” land that remains under control of the federal government. Customers looking to buy a pair of $79 yoga pants are immediately bombarded with political activism against the Trump …

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Roy Moore Doesn’t Concede, CNN Compares Him to Hillary Clinton

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore refused to concede late Tuesday night and called for a recount in his contest with Democrat Doug Jones, causing CNN’s Dana Bash to compare his conduct to previous losing candidates. After major news outlets projected Jones’ victory with almost all precincts reporting, …

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FBI Agents in Russia Investigation Called Trump An ‘Idiot,’ Said Clinton Needed to Win

Two FBI agents now gone from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign with Russia sent anti-Trump texts cheering Hillary Clinton and bashing Trump as an idiot. The texts were between counterintelligence officer Peter Strzok and agent Lisa Page. …

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