• Trump to announce national security team

    Trump to announce national security team

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    Ron Dermer, Israel's ambassador to the United States, also visited the Trump Tower and called the billionaire businessman "a true friend of Israel". Jeff Sessions for attorney general, alt-right architect Stephen Bannon as senior adviser and chief strategist, and former Army Lt.
  • Clinton email 'motherlode' found

    Clinton email 'motherlode' found

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    One week before the election and four days after FBI Director James Comey revealed that his agency had come across a set of emails that may or may not be relevant to the Clinton email case, the race for the White House is suddenly shockingly close.
  • Mayors in 'Sanctuary Cities' Vow to Protect People From Deportation

    Mayors in 'Sanctuary Cities' Vow to Protect People From Deportation

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    Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE ) officials, who are in charge of deportation operations. Since last week's victory, however, he's remixed the track. They may not be (or may be) out in the streets with their fellow Americans to protest Trump but they are making their mark in another way: by refusing to help federal authorities in their efforts to detain and deport illegal immigrants .
  • Medical marijuana advocates up in arms over Jeff Sessions

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    Under the Obama administration, for example, DOJ brought a lawsuit challenging Arizona's controversial immigration law. Bentley says he has no time table for making a decision and will set up a website through which Alabama citizens can offer their comments and opinions about Session's successor.
  • Pregnant woman shot, killed in Visalia, baby delivered via C-section

    Pregnant woman shot, killed in Visalia, baby delivered via C-section

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    After the shooting, the driver went directly to Kaweah Delta Medical Center. People in Visalia are in shock after a pregnant woman was shot and killed. Authorities say they have a description of the suspect's vehicle, but they have not released that information. If anyone has information they are urged to call police.
  • Southern wildfires threaten communities on edge with tainted air, poor visibility

    Southern wildfires threaten communities on edge with tainted air, poor visibility

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    Bans on outdoor burning were in effect across the drought zone, and in Alabama, authorities extended that ban throughout the state, where drought is choking 80 percent of the land, drying up streams and lakes and killing plants. The health dangers created by the fires extend far beyond just northern Georgia. In light of the fires in western N.C., government tactics have gone underway for preventative measures.
  • Prince William Struggles with Parenting

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    When asked about his role as a father William said, "Well, as like the other parents in the room will testify, there's wonderful highs, and there's wonderful lows". Calling 3-year-old son Prince George "a right little rascal", William said, "He keeps me on my toes but he's a sweet boy". Williams said, "Charlotte is, bearing in mind I've never had a sister, so having a daughter is a very different dynamic".
  • Michael Hayden: 'Heartened' By Flynn as National Security Adviser

    Michael Hayden: 'Heartened' By Flynn as National Security Adviser

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    Gen. Michael Flynn to serve as his national security adviser . He developed a reputation as being an innovative thinker who sometimes fought against an entrenched military bureaucracy. Earlier this year, Flynn came under fire for when, in 2015, he was paid to join Russian president Vladimir Putin at a gala in Moscow hosted by RT, a state-run media organization that has been accused of acting as a propaganda arm of the Kremlin.
  • Hillary Clinton: America needs you

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    So far, according to FiveThirtyEight , 10 states plus D.C. have signed on to this agreement, for a total of 165 electoral votes. Speaking to Buzzfeed News , Jim O'Connor, an elector from Arizona, said he has already received at least 60 phone calls and over 1,500 emails from concerned voters.