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Reporter Says Montana GOP Candidate ‘Body Slammed’ Him

[ad_1] On the eve of Montana’s special election, a reporter for The Guardian on Wednesday accused Greg Gianforte, the millionaire Republican running for the state’s open congressional seat, of assaulting him.  ...

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Florida White Supremacist Had ‘Minuscule Amount’ Of Explosives, His Lawyer Says

[ad_1] After his friend Devon Arthurs apparently killed two of their roommates, 21-year-old white supremacist Brandon Russell was pulled into the investigation, which led police to arrest him Sunday on ...

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Texting With Your Twenties | HuffPost

[ad_1] Here’s some not so breaking news: your twenties are a rough age. For instance, I’m halfway through and I still haven’t found the right haircut for my head. Worse, ...

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Jeff Sessions Reportedly Failed To List Russian Ambassador Meetings On Security Form

[ad_1] Attorney General Jeff Sessions failed to disclose two meetings with Russia’s ambassador to the United States on an application for a security clearance, CNN and ABC reported Wednesday. The ...

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Scottish Ballet’s New Take On A Streetcar Named Desire

[ad_1] Like a moth to the flame, Blanche DuBois, opens the show as a curious creature drawn to a single light bulb; a stunning piece of imagery for a stunning ...

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19 Times ‘Bridesmen’ Were The Stars Of The Wedding Party

[ad_1] These days, more and more engaged couples are bucking tradition by having mixed-gender bridal parties. That means brides and grooms are asking their nearest and dearest friends and family ...

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Donald Trump Gave The Pope A Sculpture His Holiness Will Probably Regift

[ad_1] Turns out President Donald Trump’s taste in art is just about as refined as his taste in suits. During Wednesday’s visit to the Vatican, 45 exchanged gifts with a ...

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Health Bill’s Score Still Breathtakingly Bad

[ad_1] The new Congressional Budget Office numbers are in for the House healthcare bill, and they’re almost as breathtakingly bad as the first version’s score. Instead of 24 million Americans ...

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The Left/Right Challenge To The Failed ‘War On Drugs’

[ad_1] More and more conservatives and liberals, from the halls of Congress to people in communities across the country, are agreeing that the so-called “war on drugs” needs serious rethinking. ...

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Teen’s Service Dog Gets Photo In Yearbook Because He’s A Very Good Boy

[ad_1] A high school in Fredericksburg, Virginia has done something truly paw-some. Alpha, a 4-year-old service dog who attends school every day with his human, Andrew “A.J.” Schalk, had his ...

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