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The Latest: 3 arrests at Portland protest

The Latest on protests in Portland, Oregon (all times local): 5:30 p.m. Police in Portland, Oregon, arrested three people during a protest decrying the fatal police shooting of a 17-year-old … Click to Continue »

Arkansas 'bathroom bill' dead for session, to be studied

An Arkansas lawmaker has dropped a "bathroom bill" that had faced opposition from the state's Republican governor and tourism groups, and says she wants the issue studied for the future. … Click to Continue »

Appeals court restores federal protections for prairie dog

An appeals court has ruled that a federal judge in Utah erred in a 2014 decision striking down protections for a kind of prairie dog found only in that state, … Click to Continue »

An Expression I've Come to Loathe [Warden]

An acquaintance of mine was recently diagnosed with cancer. As many people do today, he shared the news on Facebook so people outside his family and close friends would know what was going on with him. I always find this...

Bye Bye, Internet Privacy

Congress sent proposed legislation to President Donald Trump on Tuesday that wipes away landmark online privacy protections, the first salvo in what is likely to become a significant reworking of the rules governing Internet access in an era of Republican dominance. Show More Summary

Trump Talker Ally Alex Jones calls George Soros “The Head Of The Jewish Mafia”

President Donald Trump’s longtime talker ally, InfoWar’s Alex Jones, has called billionaire George Soros “The head of the Jewish Mafia.” Here’s the segment: CALLER: I’ve noticed since the very beginning that the two main guys out there at the forefront of all of this are Senator John McCain and Lindsey Graham, saying everybody’s a Russian [...]Show More Summary

The California Senate will soon vote on a bill that would freeze ICE out of the state

Campaign Action If passed, pending legislation in California would build a “big, beautiful wall” between local law enforcement and Donald Trump’s mass deportation machine. Though the state’s already taken significant strides in the resistance...Show More Summary

N. Carolina lawmakers still try to craft resolution on HB2

North Carolina lawmakers keep huddling to shape legislation that does away with the state's "bathroom bill" and gets enough votes for passage this week to avoid new punishments by the … Click to Continue »

The World’s Greatest Humanitarian Crisis Arrives Just In Time

(John Hinderaker) As President Trump moves to fulfill his campaign promises across a wide range of issues, the response from the left is always the same: you can’t do that. Reduce immigration and travel to the U.S.? Left-wing judges purport to enjoin it. Show More Summary

Homeowners at San Francisco sinking high-rise sue developer

A homeowners association representing property owners at a downtown San Francisco high-rise sued the developers on Wednesday for failing to tell residents the condominium tower was sinking at an unexpected … Click to Continue »

Feds: Arpaio's remarks on immigration are fair game at trial

Prosecutors are opposing former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's bid to prohibit comments he made about immigration on the campaign trail from being mentioned at his upcoming criminal trial for defying a … Click to Continue »

NYC after-school basketball coach charged with sex abuse

New York City authorities say an after-school basketball coach has been charged with sexually abusing two children. The Manhattan district attorney's office said Wednesday that 22-year-old Channing Parker, of the … Click to Continue...

Iowa GOP lawmakers scrap 'fetal heartbeat' abortion bill

Republican lawmakers in Iowa on Wednesday scrapped legislation that would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, retreating just one day after announcing the proposal. The move marked a … Click to Continue »

McCain Calls Kim Jong-Un a 'Crazy Fat Kid'

New York Magazine: When John McCain went on MSNBC last week and called North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un a "crazy fat kid," he may not have known it, but he was essentially declaring war. So says the Foreign Ministry in Pyongyang, where jibes about Kim's jowls are not tolerated. Show More Summary

Matthews: Call me an optimist but we saw heroes today

Chris Matthews describes the heroism of Senate Richard Burr and Senator Mark Warner who serves as Chairman and ranking Democrat of the Senate Intelligence...

Poll: Even Children Don't Put Trust In News Organizations

Jennifer Harper at The Washington Times reported “Distrust of the news media starts early. A new survey finds that only a quarter of American children say they actually trust the news media. "Only one in four children (25 percent) puts...Show More Summary

Seattle Suing White House for Threatening to Strip Sanctuary City Funding

On Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions warned sanctuary cities that they stand to lose funding if they continue to shield illegal immigrants...

Orrin Hatch Says Romney Would Be 'Perfect' Person to Fill His Senate Seat

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) is considering retiring from Congress - and he has an idea of who should replace him. On Tuesday, the senator said he...

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