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Trump Blasts NFL Anthem Kneelers

President Trump railed against National Football League players who have knelt during the national anthem. Trump said that he and Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), who he was stumping for in Huntsville, are "unified" by "great American values." "We're proud of our country and we're prou...


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CEO Blasts Kathy Griffin for Calling Police on Children at Play

Kathy Griffin’s millionaire neighbor reportedly went on an expletive-filled tirade against both her and her longtime boyfriend after the star called the LAPD to file a noise complaint over the weekend. Griffin, who recently has come under fire in her professional life for a photo of her wi...


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Immigrants Defecate in Streets, Behead Chickens, Angry Pennsylvania Residents Say

Some residents of a Pennsylvania town are upset by Romanian immigrants who they have accused of defecating in public and beheading chickens. Residents in California, Pennsylvania – about 35 miles south of Pittsburgh – are angered by the alleged actions o...


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How Antifa Violence Has Split the Left

Thousands of protesters converged on Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park one Sunday late last month to confront far-right activists. Among them were dozens dressed in black with faces masked. Organizers on bullhorns called for the crowd to be “defensive,” but matters didn’t stay nonvi...


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Ford to Suspend Production at 5 North American Plants

Ford Motor said Tuesday it plans to idle five North American vehicle assembly plants for a total of 10 weeks to reduce inventories of slow-selling models. The plants affected include three assembly plants in the United States and two in Mexico, the company said in a statement. The vehicle ...


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ABC Skips Coverage of Nancy Pelosi Protesters

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was interrupted in spectacular fashion during a San Francisco press conference Monday by an angry group of immigration activists. But one of the Big Three broadcast networks decided to completely ignore the scene, despite a history of covering ...


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NY Sheriff Tells Deputies to Ignore Cuomo’s Immigration Order

A New York county sheriff is telling his deputies to ignore an order from Gov. Andrew Cuomo that instructs state police and other New York officials not to ask individuals about their immigration status, accusing the Democratic governor of trying to score “cheap political points...


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FBI allegedly wiretapped Paul Manafort before, after election

Federal agents wiretapped the phone of President Trump’s former campaign chair Paul Manafort before and after the 2016 election — capturing conversations between the two men, according to a report on Monday. The wiretaps — which came ...


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Violence Breaks Out at Georgia Tech After Vigil for Student Killed in Police Shooting

Violent protests broke out on the Georgia Tech campus Monday night, with one police car set on fire, after a vigil for a student shot and killed by a police officer. ...


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Violent Weekend Leaves 11 Dead as Chicago Marks 500 Homicides

More than 30 people were wounded in Chicago during the weekend and another 11 people were fatally shot as the city marked 500 homicides, according to police and data kept by the Tribune. Authorities provided information on 31 shootings in neighborhoods across the city, from Wicker Park, E...


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Democrats Scramble to Rally Troops for Another Obamacare Fight

September was shaping up to be a decent month for Democrats. They scored a tactical victory when President Donald Trump made an unexpected concession to Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, ceding an upper hand to the minority party in upcoming negotiations. Reveling in the ...


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U.S. to Appeal Ruling Blocking Trump Funding Cuts on Sanctuary Cities

The U.S. Justice Department on Monday said it would appeal a court order blocking President Donald Trump's executive order that sought to restrict federal funds for so-called sanctuary cities. U.S. District Judge William Orrick III of San Francisco earlier this year ruled that Trump's san...


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Convicted Rapist Throws a Fit While Being Deported

A convicted rapist from Africa threw a fit as he was being deported from the U.S. — telling federal agents that he “would rather die than go back to Togo” — during a violent confrontation at Dulles International Airport, a report says. “I am not going b...


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Record-Low Ratings for Hollywood’s Trump Hate Fest

How low can the Emmys go?  It looks like the 69th annual Emmy Awards are heading into sub-basement territory in terms of ratings after host Stephen Colbert spent much of Sunday’s event attacking President Trump. It turns out American viewers may...


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Hillary Clinton invited Putin to Clinton Foundation gala

Just two months into her term as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton’s foundation invited Russian leader Vladimir Putin, along with several other prominent heads of state, to the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2009 annual gathering, emails obtained by the watchdog group ...


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DMV Rejects Application for 'MAGA' License Plate, Claims it’s 'VULGAR'

A California Latino man who is a hardcore Trump supporter wanted to show his pride and support for our America First President by placing a vanity license plate on his car that read “MAGA.” He went to the DMV and he filled out the proper paperwork and after a short time recieved a letter ...


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NFL Players Now Taking Their Protests Onto the Field

The NFL would prefer the players’ now-ubiquitous protests take a back seat to the action this season, but it looks like the league won’t get its wish. If anything, the players seem ready to take their social critique beyond sitting during the anthem. Bennett was the first Seattle ...


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Yale Swaps Out 'Freshman' And 'Upperclassman' With 'Gender-Neutral' Terms

Yale University administrators have replaced “freshman” and “upperclassman” with the terms “first year” and “upper-level students” in official campus publications, Yale Daily News (YDN) repo...


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Teen Wanted for Deportation is Accused of California Killing

Federal immigration agents were tracking a teenager who was facing deportation when he fatally shot a popular community volunteer during a robbery in San Francisco, authorities said Friday. The slaying occurred on Aug. 15, four days after sheriff's investigators say 18-year-old Erick Garc...


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Fort Bragg Soldiers Charged in Deadly NC Parking Lot Shooting

Two Fort Bragg soldiers and a third man have been arrested and charged with murdering two men they allegedly were trying to rob in a North Carolina restaurant parking lot. Fayetteville Police Department announced Satureday the arrests of 20-year-old Fer...


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Dozens Arrested as Second Night of St. Louis Protests Turns Violent

Police in St. Louis are bracing Sunday for a third day of protests following the acquittal of a white former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man. A small group of protesters who refused to disperse Saturday night clashed with cops as pro...


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Senate Republicans Increase Pressure to Replace Obamacare With State Block Grants

Senate Republicans pushing to replace Obamacare with state block grants are making real noise before their window to act closes, insisting they are just one or two votes shy and that President ...


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Demonstrators Smashed Windows During the 2nd Violent Night of Protests Near St. Louis

Protests in St. Louis turned violent for a second night following the acquittal of a former police officer in the fatal 2011 shooting ...


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Obamacare Premiums Expected To Spike 18%

Obamacare has become an afterthought in the news after the Republican Party's system-wide failure to repeal and replace the law (which they never really seemed interested in doing in the first place). Meanwhile, the monstrous law is continuing to collapse, highlighted by two recent pieces of bad ...


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Cities Across the Country Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

A small Maryland city drew national attention this week for allowing non-citizens including illegal immigrants to cast ballots in local elections – but it's just the latest municipality to do so, in a trend that has some worried the changing definition of 'voter' could erode wha...


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New Jersey Woman Admits Forcing 16-Year-Old into 'Hellish Life of Sexual Slavery'

A New Jersey woman who went by the nickname "China White" pleaded guilty Wednesday to forcing a 16-year-old girl from New York into prostitution, officials said.  Jessica Copeland, 29, pleaded guilty to second-de...


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Gruesome, Fanged 'Demon Fish' Washes Up on Texas Beach, Sparking Mystery

The strange fanged ‘sea creature’ that washed up on a Texas beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey quickly went viral after images were posted on Twitter, but what is it? Preeti Desai tweeted ...


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US Nuclear Sub Returns Flying Pirate Flag, Sparking Speculation

One of the United States' most advanced nuclear submarines returned to port in Washington state this week flying a Jolly Roger, a move steeped in maritime lore and mystery. The images of the USS Jimmy Carter, a Seawolf-class nuclear-powered submarine pa...


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Durham Bar Hit with 'Racism' Boycott After Refusing to Serve Confederate Statue Protesters With Invalid IDs

A group who recently toppled a Confederate statue in Durham, North Carolina has accused a “white owned bar” of racism and bombarded it with negative reviews after it refused to serve them alcohol with invalid IDs. At least 11 members of the activist gro...


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Texas Churches Suing FEMA for Equal Access to Nonprofit Relief Funds

Churches, synagogues, and mosques became literal shelters in the storm, as Harvey and Irma ravaged East Texas, Florida, and the Caribbean.  Faithful volunteers clocked tens of thousands of hours to help victims. Some churches even served as staging area...


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ACLU Goes After Police Department For Posting Bible Verses On Facebook

The Oklahoma ACLU are accusing police of violating the Constitution by posting Bible verses and calls to prayer on a department Facebook page. The ACLU said in a Wednesday letter...


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Child Found ‘Purple’ After Deadbeat Dad Left Her Outside in Irma

A convicted felon was arrested when his toddler was found looking “purple” after being left outside overnight Sunday — as Hurricane Irma pounded Florida with gusting winds and heavy rain, police said. Angelo Mitchell, 36, was charged with felony child abuse without great bodily harm on Mo...


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Outrage as Well-Known Rapper 'Lynches' Small White Child in Music Video

Rapper XXXTentacion is under fire after releasing a disturbing music video featuring a Caucasian boy being lynched on a stage as an African-American boy looks on. The video “Look At Me!" debuted on Tuesday and features imagery depicting police brutality...


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USS Abraham Lincoln to be Employed in Search-And-Rescue Effort After Irma

The U.S. Navy dispatched the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln and two other ships to the Florida Keys to help with search-and-rescue operations after Hurricane Irma slammed the region. ...


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Americans Headed Towards $1 Trillion in Credit Card Debt

Americans are starting to pile up more credit card debt than ever before. According to a new study released Monday, U.S. consumers added $33 billion in credit card debt during the second quarter of 2017, making it the second-highest point of debt since the end of 2008. Personal Fi...


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Two Arrested After 9-Year-Old Girl Locked in Dog Cage

It’s one of the worst cases of alleged child abuse Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling says he’s ever seen. A nine-year-old was kept locked in a dog cage for at least a week. Investigators have arrested the child’s caregiver for the alleged abuse. FOX6 News is not naming the careg...


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US Commemorates 9/11; Thousands Expected at Ground Zero

While the U.S. contends with the destruction caused by two ferocious hurricanes in three weeks, Americans also are marking the 16th anniversary of one of the nation's most scarring days. Thousands of 9/11 victims' relatives, survivors, rescuers and othe...


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Miami Goes on Lockdown Amid Irma-Looting Fears

Miami’s mayor on Sunday imposed a 12-hour curfew beginning at 7 p.m. in the wake of flooding and other damage caused by Hurricane Irma. The Miami-Dade Police Department tweeted that it “will FULLY enforce” the lockdown ordered by Mayor Carlos Gimenez....


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Miami Cops Arrest Alleged Looters During Irma's Wrath

Authorities in Florida warned residents that "going to prison over a pair of sneakers is a fairly bad life choice" following a series of burglary arrests as Hurr...


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Antifa Throws Smoke and Projectiles at Police at Portland Rallies; 7 Arrested

Antifa demonstrators hurled smoke and projectiles at police officers during rallies in downtown Portland on Sunday, injuring at least two, according to police. The Rally and March Against White Nationalism, which was organized by the Portland Stands Uni...


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Philadelphia Father Killed by Carjackers While Trying to Shield 2-Year-Old Daughter

Last Thursday, Gerard Grandzol, 38, took his toddler and dog on a family outing that included playing with a Frisbee. When he returned home in the evening, he was confronted by two men who demanded his wallet. They also wanted to take his car but, according to police, Grandzol ins...


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Flashback Clip Shows Clinton Saying Illegal Immigrant Children ‘Should Be Sent Back’

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is encouraging her supporters to “fight with everything” they've got to defend the Obama-era program that stops illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. at a young age from being deported. But just a...


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Massive Effort to Ship Fuel into Florida, Ease Gas Shortages

The Trump administration has waived a key statute to allow for “as many ships as possible” to bring fuel into Florida, as part of a massive effort to ease gas shortages for Florida residents and others in the path of Hurricane Irma. “We’re bringing in a...


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US Navy Says Most 7th Fleet Warships Lacked Proper Certification

The majority of ships operating in the U.S. Navy’s Seventh Fleet, where two destroyers have been involved in fatal collisions since June, weren’t certified to conduct basic operations at sea related to war-fighting, according to U.S. Navy records. As of...


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2 Florida Nuclear Plants Appear to be in Hurricane Irma's Crosshairs

Officials at Florida Power & Light’s two nuclear plants were finalizing staffing plans and cleaning up their grounds Wednesday, but no one at FPL had yet made the call on when to shut down as Hu...


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'Zombie Dogs' Roaming Near Chicago Are Infected Coyotes

Police are warning residents of a Chicago suburb to avoid helping "zombie dogs" because they are infected coyotes that could sicken other pets with the disease.  Hanover Park Police Department posted the warning on its Facebook page on Wednesday, saying the coyotes, usually nocturnal anim...


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Here's Where Trump's $1 Million Harvey Donation is Going

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump announced Wednesday the recipients of their personal $1 million contribution to relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey. The organizations: - Reach Out America, $100,000 - Red Cross, $300,000 - Salvation Army, $300,000 ...


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Former Dem IT staffer Strikes Deal to Return From Pakistan and Face Charges in US

A former IT staffer for House Democrats who's been in Pakistan for months has struck a deal with federal prosecutors, agreeing to return to the U.S. and face charges. Hina Alvi, who along with her husband Imran Awan worked for House Democrats and now fa...


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New York Lawmaker Aims to Rename Trump Park for Charlottesville Victim Heather Heyer

A New York lawmaker has announced she wants to change the name of Donald J. Trump State Park to honor Heather Heyer, the woman killed while protesting white nationalists in Charlottesville, Va., last month. ...


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State Officials: Obamacare is Imploding

State officials sounded the alarm Wednesday on Capitol Hill about skyrocketing ObamaCare premiums as insurers across the country propose double-digit rate hikes – renewing pressure on Congress to act.  Insurance commissioners and officials from Alaska, ...


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