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Trump ally held event handing out cash in a black community

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A nonprofit organization run by one of President Trump’s most prominent African-American allies recently held an event in a black community where it promoted Trump administration policies like criminal justice ...

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64 US military personnel diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after Iran strike

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Sixty-four US military personnel have now been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury in the wake of the January 8 Iranian missile attack on the al Asad military base in ...

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US economy grew at its weakest pace since Trump took office

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The US economy in 2019 grew at its slowest pace in three years, according to preliminary data from the Commerce Department. The economy expanded by 2.3% last year, its lowest ...

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Officers fired shots at a vehicle that crashed through checkpoints at Trump’s resort in Florida

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Law enforcement officers fired multiple shots at a vehicle that crashed through two security checkpoints Friday at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, police said. Two women were taken ...

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US declares public health emergency over coronavirus

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The U.S. declared a public health emergency in response to the coronavirus that has sickened nearly 10,000 people worldwide. The U.S. will also temporarily ban foreign nationals from entering the ...

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A new poll shows 44% of Americans say Trump should be removed from office

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A plurality of voters say that President Trump should be removed from office following an impeachment trial in the Senate, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll. The survey found ...

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Trump restricts travel from 6 more countries

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The Trump administration announced Friday it will restrict the ability of immigrants to travel to the United States from six countries, including Nigeria. The government will curb the ability of ...

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Pentagon report: sexual assault at military academies jumped 32% in past school year

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Reports of sexual assault at U.S. military academies jumped 32 percent in the past school year, the Pentagon said on Thursday. There were 122 reports of sexual assault involving a ...

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Senate rejects impeachment witnesses

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Senate Republicans rejected a mid-trial effort to call witnesses and documents on Friday, paving the way for President Trump’s acquittal on two articles of impeachment passed by the House. Senators ...

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Democratic presidential nominee Delaney ends White House bid

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Former Maryland Rep. John Delaney (D) dropped out of the Democratic presidential primary on Friday, just days before Monday’s Iowa caucuses. “I’m announcing this morning that I’m withdrawing from the ...

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