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    Trump takes down CNN in latest controversial tweet

    U.S. President Donald Trump has caused another firestorm on the Internet and in political circles after posting a video on his personal Twitter account showing his takedown of a wrestler on a 2007 WWE program, but with the logo of mainstream cable news network CNN slapped on the victim of Trump’s wrestling move. This is […]

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    Supreme Court partially unblocks Trump travel ban

    The Supreme Court has decided to allow a limited version of the travel ban instituted by U.S. President Donald Trump to take effect. This is a temporary measure, as the court plans to consider the constitutionality of the ban some time in the fall. The ban will apply to travelers from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, […]

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    Phil Montag: “I’m glad [Steve Scalise] got shot”

    Phil Montag, an official from the Nebraska Democratic Party, has been removed after a recording leaked catching him in the act of celebrating the shooting of Republican U.S. Representative Steve Scalise. In the recording, he calls the House majority whip a “motherf**ker” for his support of the Republican Party’s stance on healthcare, and proceeds to […]

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    Coats and Rogers say Trump tried to get them to deny collusion publicly

    According to the latest meetings with the Special Counsel headed by former FBI director Robert Mueller, as well as separate meetings with Senate investigators, U.S. President Donald Trump made a concerted effort to persuade Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers to publicly deny claims of collusion between […]

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    D.C. and Maryland sue Donald Trump

    The attorneys general for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland have banded together to move forward with an effort to sue U.S. President Donald Trump, claiming that he has violated anti-corruption clauses in the Consititution by accepting millions of dollars from foreign governments during his presidential term thus far. Specifically, there is […]

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    Kirsten Gillibrand uses f-word twice at public event

    In a rare case of vulgarity in U.S. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from New York said in a speech to activists, “If we are not helping people, we should go the f**k home.” She immediately apologized, but justified her usage of the language by saying that they were a younger audience. Later in the […]

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    James Comey accuses Trump of lying in highly anticipated hearing

    James Comey, former director of the FBI, appeared before the U.S. Senate in a Thursday hearing that captivated an above-average number of Americans who would normally never tune into such committee gatherings. In the hearing, Comey expressed his belief that U.S. President Donald Trump tried to push Comey off of an investigation into former national […]