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December 2, 2018

By Josh Yasmeh (LOS ANGELES) Challenging the media consensus on the murdered Saudi dissident, Defense secretary James Mattis said “there is no smoking gun“ linking in the Saudi crown prince.

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November 29, 2018

By Joseph Hammond Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg “sent his cat” to an international committee meeting on “Fake News,” according to a Belgian representative—which set off a world-wide debate about the.

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November 27, 2018

By Joe Hammond The annual congressional softball game just got a lot more interesting. Voters are sent a dream team of former professional football and hockey players along with a.

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November 26, 2018

By Tim Nerozzi Lawyers maybe losing their grip on Congress as the last election saw a wide variety of candidates including military officers, skilled rock climbers and lottery winners winning.

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November 25, 2018

By Dustin Siggins Conservatives should rely on the free market and not government intervention when it comes to issues with “big tech” companies, according to a new position paper released by the Competitive.

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November 23, 2018

By Joshua Yasmeh Activists have found a new holiday to be angry about — Thanksgiving. Children once donned feather headdresses and other bits of Indian costumes to celebrate the natives.

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November 21, 2018

  Off campus, Thanksgiving is mainly known for turkey, football and family reunions. On campus, the holiday is about racism, colonialism and imperialism. In North Carolina Lauryn Mascareñaz, a director.

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November 20, 2018

By Tim Nerozzi A top Catholic bishop is being detained by the Chinese government for failing to join or endorse the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association, an organization backed and run by the.

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November 19, 2018

By Hans Ngala Exclusive photos shared with AMI Newswire appear to show four shops and a home set ablaze during fighting in an embattled region of Cameroon. Separatists accuse the.

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November 18, 2018

(LONDON) American Fabiano Caruana may have a psychological edge heading into the seventh round of a historic world chess championship today in London. Caruana is attempting to take the crown.

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