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President Trump says a ‘major decision’ is coming soon after ‘heinous’ chemical attack in Syria

Speaking to the media during a Cabinet meeting, President Donald Trump told reporters that he is meeting with military leaders and making some “major decisions over the next 24 to 48 hours” in response to reported chemical attacks on civilians in Syria. “We are very concerned …

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Boycott Jimmy Kimmel petition soars past 170,000 signatures after host mocks Melania Trump’s accent

A petition boycotting America’s “moral compass” Jimmy Kimmel — and his show — is making the rounds after the late-night TV host mocked first lady Melania Trump’s accent on a recent airing of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” What’s the background? On his April 2 show, Kimmel …

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To be more inclusive, city mulls naming streets after those in ‘underrepresented group’ — women

As the growing city of Fort Collins, Colorado, continues to add more roads, officials have made a disquieting discovery: Hardly any of the city’s streets are named after women. “Almost all the streets in Fort Collins were [named after] men,” Kori Wilford of the Fort …

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Despite Media Matters-led advertiser boycott, Laura Ingraham returns with Fox News’ full support

Fox News host Laura Ingraham will return to the airwaves on Monday, more than one week after she last appeared on the network. Ingraham was absent last week due to a planned Easter vacation. However, due to the boycott initiated by Parkland, Florida, student David …

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Oldest living World War II veteran gets a trip to DC just before his 112th birthday

The oldest living World War II veteran was flown to Washington, D.C., and got a private tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Richard Overton is just a few weeks away from his 112th birthday. He credits his longevity to cigars …

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Russia blames Israel for missile strikes on Syria following the chemical attack that killed dozens

Russia’s Defense Ministry has blamed Israel for the missile attack that left at least 14 dead in Syria early Monday morning, USA Today reported. But Syrian media blamed the U.S. for the attack. President Donald Trump tweeted Sunday that there would be a “big price …

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CIA reportedly in talks to give poisoned Russian double agent new identity in US

The CIA could give former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, new identities in the United States, according to a report in the Sunday Times. “The obvious place to resettle them is in America, because they’re less likely to be killed there and it’s …

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak leaves Facebook over treatment of users’ private data

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said he deactivated his Facebook account over the social media giant’s treatment of users’ private information, USA Today reported. “Users provide every detail of their life to Facebook and … Facebook makes a lot of advertising money off this,” Wozniak noted …

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BET founder, first black billionaire, says ‘something is going right’ with Trump’s economy

Robert Johnson, the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television and the first black billionaire in the U.S., said “something is going right” with the economy for black Americans during President Donald Trump’s presidency. Johnson addressed the Trump-era economy during an interview Friday on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” …

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Gay bar apologizes for flying pro-police flag, says it didn’t know meaning and won’t fly it again

Management at a Washington, D.C., gay sports bar has apologized for flying a thin blue line flag outside of the establishment, noting that they weren’t aware that flying the flag was apparently synonymous with opposing the Black Lives Matter movement. The thin blue line flag …

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