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Jun 22 2015
"Absolutely Sickening": Blaze Readers React to Obama's Controversial Charleston Comments
TheBlaze posted a story earlier this week about President Obama's response to the shooting in Charleston, South Carolina in which nine black people were killed in a church.The Blaze
May 28 2020
Story of the Week: Twitter and Trump Clash After Company Adds Warning Tag to His Tweets
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President Donald Trump and Twitter are feuding over the president's tweets and the social media platform's vetting of them. The president plans to sign an executive order Thursday aimed at reducing liability protections for social media companies.
Twitter marked Trump's recent tweets about mail-in votingHenry A. Brechter
Feb 04 2015
6 dead after NYC commuter train hits SUV stuck on tracks
Tragedy and chaos struck during evening rush hour north of New York City Tuesday, when a packed commuter train traveling up to 60 mph struck an SUV straddling the tracks, killing the vehicle's driver and five people aboard the train and sending the electrified third rail up through the floor of a crowded car.
Panicked and bleeding passengers clawed and scrambled through the flaming andFox News (Online News)
Mar 25 2015
Plane Dropped From 3800 Feet without Distress Call
For a second day, rescuers will fan out over harsh terrain in a remote corner of the French Alps looking for the remains of 150 people.CNN (Online News)
Jun 11 2019
After promising start, Kamala Harris looks for ways to break through
In the massive 2020 field, candidates like California Senator Kamala Harris are struggling to differentiate themselves and gain traction. The upcoming debates could shake things up – or not.
Kamala Harris has always been a trailblazer. As the daughter of immigrant parents – her mother came from India and her father from Jamaica – she was the first woman elected (twice) as California’sChristian Science Monitor
Feb 19 2017
McCain Warns Suppressing Press ‘Is How Dictators Get Started’
Republican Sen. John McCain took a veiled swipe at President Donald Trump's attacks on the media, cautioning that suppressing the press "is how dictators get started."
McCain, who has broken with Trump on several issues, made the comments in an exclusive interview with NBC's "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd, after being asked about the president's condemnation of several media outletsNBC News (Online)
Sep 15 2014
Obama Plans Major Ebola Offensive
President Barack Obama plans to dramatically boost the U.S. effort to mitigate the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, including greater involvement of the U.S. military, people familiar with the proposal said.
Mr. Obama is expected to detail the plan during a visit Tuesday to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, these people said. Among the possible moves: sendingWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 16 2015
More Than 2 Dozen Arrested In France, Belgium In Anti-Terror Raids
Overnight, police in France, Belgium and Germany arrested more than two dozen people suspected of having ties to terrorism.NPR (Online News)
Oct 01 2016
Trump finally hits the big-money jackpot
Donald Trump, at long last, has won them over.
Amid the campaign's final frenzy, there are encouraging signs that Trump's slow-to-build money operation has matured to presidential caliber, but alarm persists that it may be too late to combat Hillary Clinton's big-dollar machine, according to a dozen people with ties to Trump's finance team.CNN (Online News)
May 25 2015
'Ugly' Potential Fallout From Supreme Court Health Care Case
A Supreme Court ruling due in a few weeks could wipe out health insurance for millions of people covered by President Barack Obama's health care law. But it's Republicans — not White House officials — who have been talking about damage control.
A likely reason: Twenty-six of the 34 states that would be most affected by the ruling have Republican governors, and 22 of the 24 GOP SenateHuffPost