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Trump keeps mother on the king's comments while he deletes racism

Trump asked about the king's comments on the White House's southern lawn and said, "I haven't – I haven't followed it. I really haven't followed it." Disputes were kicked after the king asked the times last week, "White nationalist, white supremacist, western civilization – how did that language become offensive?" The comments were just the latest to stir up rebellion …

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GOP Mulls Action Against Rep. Steve King For Racially Charged Comments: NPR

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, a member of the court, is fire again to make controversial comments. J. Scott Applewhite / AP hide caption change caption J. Scott Applewhite / AP Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, is on fire again to make controversial comments. J. Scott Applewhite / AP Updated at 2:34 PM ET "Home …

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Government shutdown: Live updates – CNNPolitics

Air traffic controllers begin to feel the pressure of the partial government closure, according to Dan McCabe, a spokesman with the National Air Traffic Controllers Association. "The shutdown must stop immediately," McCabe says. McCabe expressed concern about the impact of the partial shutdown on the Super Bowl traffic that will flow through Atlantis Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport over the next few …

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Standoff at NJ UPS ends with gunfire, but hostages OK

LOGAN TOWNSHIP – A hostage situation at a South Jersey UPS facility came to an end just before noon on Monday. There was an exchange of gunfire between a man holding two women hostage and police at the facility on Birch Creek Road in Logan Township, according to Gloucester County Prosecutor Charles Fiore. He said the authorities followed "protocol" when …

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Trump brushes by Ocasio-Cortez. She answers by hitting the president where it hurts.

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that play a role, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Jan. 14, 2019, 5:19 PM GMT By Allan Smith The New Democratic Republic of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez struck President Donald Trump where it injured on Monday – mocking his wealth – after the President had dismissed her latest comments …

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Police are negotiating hostages at the New Jersey UPS facility

The women have not been injured, but information on the hostage situation is not clear when the three are barricaded in a room at the facility, said Gloucester County lawyer Charles Fiore. The women are UPS employees, he said. Although shots were fired, there are no reports of injuries, Fiore said. Thirty-two UPS employees have been evacuated to a Holiday …

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"Active shooter" situation, shot shot at New Jersey UPS facility, police say

A man who took his ex-girlfriend and another person hostage in a New Jersey United Parcel Service facility on Monday triggered an active shooter situation that sent police rush to the scene, sources Fox News told. Logan Township Police told Fox News that "shots have been fired" at the facility, located about 20 miles south of Philadelphia. A law enforcement …

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Donald Trump: "I've never worked for Russia" – live updates | American news

11.11am EST 11:11 The Supreme Court rejected Monday to hear a challenge for Matthew Whitaker's appointment as a prosecutor. The court dismissed the case without comment, Washington Post reported. The tire claimed that Trump was not empowered to put Whitaker in the job and that Rod Rosenstein, number two to ex-lawyer General Jeff Sessions, should have filled the job under …

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Trump says he never worked for Russia after an explosive report from the FBI probe

The New York Times, which cited sources, reported on Friday that after Trump fired the FBI director James Comey in 2017, law enforcement officials launched a "whether he had worked for Russia's US interests" investigation. probe was reported as a result of anxiety that Trump fired Comey in May 2017 to stop the FBI's ongoing Russian involvement investigation in the …

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Armed passenger boards international flight, TSA says shutdown not to blame for error

Armed with passenger cleared airport security in Atlanta on January 2 and boarded an international flight in an oversight the Transportation Security Administration says shouldn't be on the government shutdown. After the flight landed in Tokyo, the passenger was with at Japanese authorities. The passenger was cooperative and reported the firearm, according to a report in The Washington Post. Over …

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