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Student arrested after wearing gorilla mask to Black Lives Matter protest

Student, arrested, wearing, gorilla mask, Black Lives Matter, protest

An East Tennessee State University student was arrested Tuesday week after wearing a gorilla mask and carrying a rope during a Black Lives Matterprotest on campus, according to local reports. ...

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The anti-police, anti-alack bandwagon in Charlotte

anti-police, anti-alack, bandwagon, Charlotte

On Tuesday, a “suspicious package” forced the evacuation of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. The abundance of caution was not unwarranted. Charlotte is recovering from multiple days of anti-police rioting, following ...

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Congress overrides Obama’s veto of 9/11 bill letting families sue Saudi Arabia

Congress, overrides, Obama veto, 9/11 families, sue, Saudi Arabia

Barack Obama suffered a unique political blow on Wednesday, when the US Congress overturned his veto of a bill that would allow families of the victims of the September 11 ...

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Hillary Clinton teams up with Pusha T for voter registration drive

Hillary Clinton, teams up, Pusha T, voter, registration, drive

Hillary Clinton certainly picks some unlikely allies. This week, in a bid to drive people to register to vote, her campaign website is offering the chance to meet one of ...

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‘Trump’s promises are empty’: energy experts lay waste to proposals

Trump, promises, empty, energy, experts, proposals

Donald Trump’s energy agenda – which includes pledges of “complete energy independence”, making coal great again and ditching the Paris climate deal – is drawing bipartisan fire from industry analysts, ...

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Obama’s pick as ambassador to Cuba has ‘0% chance’ of approval, union says

Obama, ambassador, Cuba, '0% chance', approval

Barack Obama has a “0%” chance of getting his nomination for ambassador to Cuba approved by Congress, according to the union representing US diplomats. The president this week announced Jeffrey ...

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Groundbreaking rape survivors’ bill of rights expected to be signed by Obama

Groundbreaking rape survivors' bill of rights expected to be signed by Obama

Nguyen has been agitating for the legislation ever since her own rape several years ago exposed her to a broken system. After submitting evidence to Massachusetts through a rape kit, ...

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Trump’s business motives are what would make him a dangerous president

Trump, business, motives, dangerous, president

When Americans head to the polling stations and cast their votes on 8 November, they will be asked to decide which candidates for an array of posts – congressman, senator, ...

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‘His defense was word games’: Alabama judge faces verdict in gay marriage case

defense, word games, Alabama, verdict, gay, marriage

Lawyers and advocates leading the legal fight against same-sex marriage issued some of their last gasps around a Montgomery, Alabama courthouse on Wednesday. Inside, the lawyer for the Alabama supreme ...

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Hillary Clinton struggles to win over millennial voters loyal to Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton, struggles, win, voters, Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton needs millennials, and her best hope at winning them over might be the septuagenarian they tried to elect. Bernie Sanders, the beloved leader of the nation’s leftwing movement, ...

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