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Stirewalt: Democrats "wrongly interpreted who is in their party"

Fox News & # 39; Chris Stirewalt weighed on former Vice President Joe Biden's leading leader in the polls until 2020 Democratic President's primary, saying the Democrats have "mistakenly interpreted who is in their party." "I think Democrats did not understand that Twitter is not the real life and that Alyssa Milan activists are not the majority of the Democratic …

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At least 6 missing after 2 Alaska floatplanes carrying cruise passengers collide in the air, officials say

Six people were unregistered for Monday and 10 others were injured after two float plans carrying cruise travelers who participated in land excursions collided in the middle of the air over Southeast Asia, officials said. Spokesman Allen Kenitzer, the FAA Associated Press that the aircraft collided near the city of Ketchikan under unknown circumstances. Coast Guard Jon-Paul Rios told the …

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Sununu at Nadler, Pelosi: "You must be very stupid" to think the court will force Barr to break law

Former New Hampshire government John Sununu said Monday at "America's Newsroom" that House Democratic leaders would have to be "stupid" to believe that a federal court would force lawyer William Barr to break the law. Sununu said that if the payroll against Barr – over his refusal to reverse the complete, unredacted Mueller report – reaches a federal court, the …

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Rosenstein quotes Mueller in starting address: "You can find yourself alone"

Just two days after formally disappearing as Vice-Attorney, Rod Rosenstein set a goal on Monday at the University of Baltimore School of Law quoting Robert Mueller and urging candidates to adhere to "principles" even when they are "alone. " Rosenstein, who oversaw Mueller's Russian investigation and drew bipartite fire – on one occasion introduced house republicans subject to persecution against …

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Former President Jimmy Carter Suffers Broken Hip: NPR

Carter Center says former American president Jimmy Carter has broken his hip. He had surgery at a hospital in Americus, Ga. John Bazemore / AP hide caption change caption John Bazemore / AP Carter Center says former American president Jimmy Carter has broken his hip. He had surgery at a hospital in Americus, Ga. John Bazemore / AP Former President …

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Warren promises to choose general school teacher as education secretary in response to "horrible" DeVos

Presidential Hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Made a surprise promise about her potential cabinet on Monday, in the midst of a tirade against education minister Betsy DeVos. Warren blasted DeVos for her history of being in favor of colleges and lack of teacher experience. In contrast, Warren ensured that, if she wins in 2020, she will only consider hiring a …

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Expert: San Francisco Responsibility ID Prohibition would warn the police

San Francisco is about to become the first US city to ban the use of facial recognition by police and other agencies, reflecting a growing hardship against a technology that creeps into airports, motor vehicles, stores, arenas and Cameras home supplies. US government agencies have been using the technology for more than a decade to scan suspicious databases and prevent …

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