Netanyahu pushed US policy change on settlements for months, report says

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pushed for a United States policy change on settlements for months, according to a report, which was published shortly after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s announcement on Monday that the U.S. government…

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Biden’s South Carolina firewall remains firm, poll suggests

A new public opinion survey in South Carolina – the first southern state to vote in the race for the White House – shows former Vice President Joe Biden holding a large lead over his rivals for the Democratic nomination.

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Google slammed by GOP senator over search interference report

Google has been slammed by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., following a report in The Wall Street Journal about the extent of the search giant’s “interference” in its search algorithms.

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Liz Peek: Schiff steers Trump impeachment drive straight toward a ditch – Here’s what’s next

the public is wary of what has emerged as an obviously partisan attack on a duly elected president. Worse, they are also, already, bored, and we’re not even in the home stretch.

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Nina Shea: Lebanon’s Christians threatened, need US help

If Lebanon plunges into civil war, Christians there would be left without protection. America must back protesters demanding government reforms.

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Bloomberg already shelling out $100M for anti-Trump online ads, before formal announcement

He hasn’t declared his candidacy for president – yet – but Mike Bloomberg’s already going up with a massive digital ad campaign targeting President Trump.

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Florida gun owners, lawyers react to Lake County’s ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ resolution

Experts weigh in on what it really means to be a ‘Second Amendment sanctuary’ after Lake County became the first county in Florida to pass a resolution declaring itself a ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ in support of gun rights.

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Protesters hound Brett Kavanaugh with Christine Blasey Ford video outside DC event

Protesters hounded Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday night outside an event in Washington, greeting him with shouts of “Impeach Kavanaugh” and a large screen replaying accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s congressional testimony.

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Is it too late for more Democrats to jump into 2020 race?

On Fox Nation’s “Liberty File with Judge Napolitano,” the judge examined “if it’s too little and too late to join the already crowded Democratic field and if any new candidate could pose a threat to Joe Biden’s front-runner status.”

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Austin City Council to vote on turning hotels into homes for the homeless

The Austin City Council will vote Thursday on whether to turn area hotels into homes for the homeless. 

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Jason Chaffetz: Why Schiff’s whistleblower claims at Trump impeachment hearing are impossible to believe

Americans watched Day One of impeachment inquiry hearings in the House on Wednesday. Missing from the testimony on Capitol Hill was the “witness” who started it all.

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Deval Patrick jumps into Democratic presidential nomination race

Former two-term Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is jumping into the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Patrick declared his candidacy for the White House in a video on social media and in an email sent to supporters early Thursday.

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Gregg Jarrett on impeachment hearings: Presumption of Ukraine quid pro quo is ‘junk,’ not evidence

The presumption of a quid pro quo is junk and not evidence that would hold up in court, Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said Wednesday.

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Gregg Jarrett on impeachment hearings: Presumption of Ukraine quid pro quo is ‘junk,’ not evidence

The presumption of a quid pro quo is junk and not evidence that would hold up in court, Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett said Wednesday.

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Greta Thunberg to set sail back to Europe sooner than expected

Climate activist Greta Thunberg plans to set sail for Spain Wednesday after the venue for United Nations-sponsored climate talks were moved from Chile due to political unrest.

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Duncan Hunter used campaign funds for daughter’s Irish dance competition trip, prosecutors say

Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-San Diego, was notified by 2010 that he and his wife were breaking the law by using campaign money for personal expenditures that included a trip to Arizona for his daughter’s Irish dancing competition, prosecutors in a new filing…

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Mike Huckabee slams Adam Schiff, calling impeachment inquiry a TV show ‘to create a spectacle’

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said on Tuesday that the impeachment inquiry against President Trump is only a “television show.”

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President Jimmy Carter hospitalized for procedure to reduce pressure on brain after recent fall

Former President Jimmy Carter has been hospitalized for a procedure to reduce pressure on his brain.

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Biden edges rivals, Buttigieg joins top-tier in new New Hampshire poll

A new poll in the state that holds the first primary in the White House race gives former Vice President Joe Biden indicates slight edge over his main rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination. And the survey – from Quinnipiac University – also…

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‘Not only is impeachment dead on arrival, there’s a risk that the Senate doesn’t even take it up,’ Matt Whitaker says

Former Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker backed Sen. Lindsey Graham’s, R-SC, statement that the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry will be “dead on arrival” if it is not conducted fairly before it reaches the Senate.

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