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Steph Curry wants to ‘inspire change’ by skipping White House visit

Ever since the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship in June, it’s been unclear whether the team would follow the tradition of sports champions visiting the White House (or whether they’d even be invited). All-Star guard Stephen Curry wants his team to forego the …

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John McCain could have just decided the fate of Trump’s new repeal bill

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) likely decided the fate of the new Obamacare repeal bill Friday when he announced that he won’t be backing the legislation. Why is McCain voting against the bill? Senator McCain posted a statement on his official Twitter account to explain his decision. …

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Judge: Video outfit’s refusal to shoot gay weddings is like posting ‘White Applicants Only’ sign

A federal judge dismissed Wednesday a Minnesota video production company’s lawsuit for the right to refuse to shoot same-sex weddings, saying the company’s stance is on the level of posting “a ‘White Applicants Only’ sign.” Carl and Angel Larsen of Telescope Media Group in St. …

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Scaramucci bashes the ‘worst’ ‘unlikeable’ person at the White House

In a surprising admission to the women of “The View,” former Trump communications director Anthony Scaramucci revealed who he thought was the “worst” and most “unlikeable” person was at the White House, and offered a lot of detail. What did he say? When Joy Behar …

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Protesters disrupt James Comey’s convocation speech at Howard University

Protesters interrupted former FBI Director James Comey’s remarks at Howard University’s convocation address on Friday, according to multiple reports. Controversy In recent months, Comey has come under fire from both sides of the political aisle. Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has frequently blamed Comey …

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North Korea threatens to test H-bomb over the Pacific; Kim Jong Un calls Trump a ‘dotard’

North Korea threatened the “most powerful” Pacific hydrogen bomb test yet in response to President Donald Trump’s United Nations speech in which he stated that the U.S., if forced to defend itself or its allies, would “have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.” What …

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Watch: Atlanta cops save two people from burning car

Five Atlanta police officers are being hailed as heroes after rescuing two people from a burning car earlier this week, according to WXIA-TV. The rescue In a Facebook post, the Atlanta Police Department wrote that their officers responded to an accident on Wednesday morning. They …

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Residents of this state will soon be required to work in order to receive food stamps

Which state is making the change?  Tennessee is reinstating food stamp work requirements that were previously rolled back in 2008 at the peak of the economic recession. What are the new work requirements? In most counties, able-bodied adults in Tennessee who do not have any dependents will have to …

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Student-led loudspeaker prayer banned after HS football game attendee complains to atheist group

When a student-led prayer came through the loudspeaker before an Alabama high school football game last month, that was too much for one offended spectator, who promptly complained to the Freedom From Religion Foundation — an atheist activist group. And just like that, Lee County …

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Berkeley prof moans that the ‘law fetishizes free speech,’ calls hate speech an ‘act of violence’

In the lead up to conservative commentator Ben Shapiro’s speech at the University of California, Berkeley, last week, a Berkeley professor absolutely excoriated Shapiro, her school’s administration — as well as the present legal interpretation of the First Amendment, complaining that it “fetishizes free speech.” …

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