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Brad Parscale: ‘Right now, the American people have tuned out’ 2020 Democrats

President Trump’s reelection campaign manager Brad Parscale told Fox News’ “Bill Hemmer Reports” Monday that the forthcoming Senate impeachment trial was unlikely to have any impact at the polls this November, and may even help the president’s chances.

Don Larsen, former Yankees pitcher who threw only World Series perfect game, dead at age 90

Don Larsen, a journeyman pitcher best remembered for throwing the only perfect game in World Series history as a member of the New York Yankees, has died, a spokesman announced late Wednesday. He was 90 years old.

Missing mom Mary Cathleen Haley located, arrested on grand larceny charges, West Virginia sheriff says

A West Virginia mother who was reported missing earlier this week has been found and arrested on grand larceny charges out of Virginia, the latest twist in a bizarre case.

Peter McMahon: UK election was ‘a great, big stonking rejection of Jeremy Corbyn’

Peter McMahon joined wife Dana Perino and Fox News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt to break down the result of this week’s general election in McMahon’s native United Kingdom on the latest edition of the “Perino & Stirewalt: I’ll Tell You What” podcast.

Tucker Carlson: Sasse should return donations from hedge fund manager Paul Singer

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson said Wednesday night that Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb. should return donations from hedge fund manager Paul Singer, who played a key role in the purchase of sporting goods retailer Cabela’s by Bass Pro Shops — a move that led to the loss of 2,000 jobs in the town of Sidney, Neb., where Cabela’s formerly had its headquarters.

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts on Prince Andrew: ‘He knows what happened’

Virginia Roberts, who claims she was trafficked by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and forced to have sex with Prince Andrew on three occasions nearly 20 years ago, has responded to the prince’s denial of her allegations against him by saying: “He knows what happened, I know what happened and there’s only one of us telling the truth.”

Fire rages at Texas chemical plant day after explosions; 50,000 people under evacuation order

Authorities in East Texas said Thursday that they didn’t know when thousands of people evacuated from their homes following two massive explosions at a local chemical plant would be able to return as a fire continued to burn.

Dutch dad accused of keeping kids on isolated farm charged with sex abuse

Prosecutors in the Netherlands have charged a father who allegedly held six of his children against their will on an isolated farm for nine years with sexually abusing two of his other children, authorities said Thursday. 

At least 40 Iraq protesters killed in 24 hours as violence escalates

At least 40 anti-government protesters have been killed in Iraq over the previous 24 hours, government officials told The Associated Press late Thursday, as violence in Baghdad and the south of the country threatened to spiral out of control.

UK jury clears former police officer in 1989 Hillsborough soccer stadium disaster

An English police officer in charge of crowd control at a 1989 soccer match at which 96 people were crushed to death was acquitted Thursday of gross negligence manslaughter, frustrating families of the victims who had campaigned for nearly three decades for officials to be held responsible for the tragedy.

Polls close in Louisiana governor’s race, narrow margin expected

Louisianans voted to settle their contentious governor’s race once and for all Saturday, choosing between incumbent Democrat John Bel Edwards and Republican businessman Eddie Rispone in a race that has drawn President Trump’s close attention.

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards projected to win second term, beating GOP’s Rispone

Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards held a narrow lead over Republican challenger Eddie Rispone in Saturday’s gubernatorial runoff, with more than 91 percent of the state’s precincts reporting.

Pence adviser says Trump request that Ukraine open Biden probe was ‘unusual and inappropriate’

An adviser to Vice President Mike Pence told House impeachment investigators this month that President Trump’s request for Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky to open an investigation into Vice President Joe Biden and his family “struck me as unusual and inappropriate.”

California school shooting suspect dies of his injuries, authorities say

The 16-year-old Southern California high school student who shot five of his classmates Thursday before turning the gun on himself has died, authorities said late Friday.

House Ethics Committee warns lawmakers about access to secure areas after GOP members’ intrusion

The House Ethics Committee has sent a memo to members of Congress and their staffers about how to conduct themselves in secure areas, weeks after around two dozen Republican lawmakers barged into a closed-door deposition with a State Department official, part of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.