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Five Do’s and Don’ts for GOP on Health Care Legislation

The jury is still out on when exactly the U.S. Senate will commit to passing any sort of health care reform, whether repeal or replace. Some have said that resolving the issue in 2017 is unrealistic, while others are pushing for action before the summer …

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DC DMV to Allow Residents to Use 'Gender Neutral Identifier' on Driver's Licenses

The District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles will allow residents later this month to use a “gender neutral identifier” on their driver’s license or ID card, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs announced on Tuesday. Continue Reading....

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Feminist Camille Paglia on Hannity: ‘There’s No Journalism Left’ – My Party Has Destroyed It

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Rep. Tim Ryan: Time to Change the ‘Toxic Democratic Brand’

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Feminist Camille Paglia on Hannity: ‘There’s No Journalism Left’ – My Party Has Destroyed It

On his nationally syndicated radio talk show program Tuesday, host Sean Hannity spoke with feminist professor Camille Paglia about the violent rhetoric that has engulfed the mainstream media, Paglia suggesting, “There’s no journalism left.” Continue Reading....

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Russians Probed or Accessed Voter Registration Data in 21 States Last Year

In the run-up to the 2016 election, the Russians probed online voter registration systems in 21 states, government officials told Congress on Wednesday.  Continue Reading....

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What Does Russia Want? An FBI Agent Tells Congress

“Russia, for years, has conducted influence operations targeting our elections,” an FBI agent told Congress on Wednesday. But what made 2016 different was the degree of interference, facilitated by the Internet, said Bill Priestap, the assistant director of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division. Continue Reading....

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Saudi’s New King-in-Waiting Accused by Tehran of Promoting Anti-Iran Terror

Weeks after the Iranian regime was infuriated by provocative comments made by the second-in-line to the Saudi throne, the target of that anger was promoted Wednesday to the position of king-in-waiting. The move could worsen the already seething rivalry between the Sunni and Shi’ite near-neighbors. …

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S. Korea Irked by Suggestion Trump May Not ‘Allow’ Its New President to Talk to Pyongyang

A week before South Korea’s liberal new leader is due to meet with President Trump at the White House, his office expressed irritation Wednesday at the notion he would need the American president’s consent to initiate dialogue with Kim Jong-un’s regime. Continue Reading....

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Trump Takes a Dig at Wind Farms: ‘As the Birds Fall to the Ground’

President Trump said Wednesday he was supportive of a range of energy sources, from coal to solar to nuclear, but took a dig at wind power. Continue Reading....

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