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MAGA hats, "Fake News" shirts are hot sellers at Newseum, annoying reporters

"Make America Great Again" hats appear at the Trump Tower in New York City, Aug 20, 2016. (Reuters) Newseum in Washington, D.C., is an interactive museum celebrating the role and history of the media in America. So, which are among the best-selling items in the museum's gift shop and via their online store? Red caps that say "Make America Great …

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Thousands more evacuated from California's largest fire

(Reuters) – Thousands of more inhabitants evacuated from the road to California's largest firefire on Friday, when fired firemen fought winds that ran one of the state's worst seasons for a decade. Windswept flames roll over a hillside under the Brand River (Mendocino Complex) near Lakeport, California, USA on August 2, 2018. REUTERS / Fred Greaves Mendocino Complex Fire grew …

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Deadly California blaze spawned destructive fire tornado

By PAUL ELIAS SAN FRANCISCO – A deadly Northern California wildfire burned so hot in dry and windy conditions that it was born a record-breaking tornado of flame, officials said Friday. They also warned of worsening conditions throughout the region. Winds in the "fire whirl" created July 26 near Redding reached speeds of 143 mph (230 kph), a speed that …

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Kushners gives up the control of the Manhattan Tower to save himself

Kushners has found its appearance – and it comes at a price. The family company of president son-in-law Jared Kushner will be freed from the biggest dragon on his real estate empire, will no longer meet a $ 1.2 billion debt payment that will be paid in months will end by translating a aging trait. But in return they have …

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A judge decided that the Trump administration must keep DACA alive

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE An American court in Columbia district confirmed Friday that the Obama Election Program offering temporary sheltered status to a cohort of immigrants was brought here illegally as children must remain in place despite the Trump Administration trying to disassemble it. Judge John D. Bates …

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Army IDs Fort Campbell soldier was killed in gun training accident

Pvt. 2nd grade Jeremy J. Wells, 19, was killed in a training accident on Wednesday in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. (US Army) US. Army officials on Friday identified the soldier who died in a weapon education accident in Fort Campbell, Kentucky earlier this week. Pvt. 2nd grade Jeremy J. Wells, 19, Adairsville, Ga., Attended routine training with his device Wednesday afternoon …

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Weather to provide renewed fire hazard to northern California

SAN FRANCISCO – Herds fighting fatal northern California wild fires for a weekend of windy weather that can lead the fire to new areas and threaten more homes. National Weather Service issued red flag warnings of critical fire weather conditions through Saturday night, saying a series of dry low pressure systems passing through the region could provide winds up to …

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Man arrested after taking Bison on Yellowstone, said the park's officials

Why did the bison cross the road? Apparently to get away from the war-rushing man who shook it. Following a video of a man who harassed a bison in the Yellowstone National Park, the virus and after a disturbance in another national park went more than 300 miles away – the rankings arrested him. It was the man's fourth submission …

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Kamala Harris: Race, Gender Issues "On American Identity"

"It's a pejorative," Harris told progressive gathered here for the annual Netroots Nation conference. "The phrase is used to split up and used to distract. Its purpose is to minimize and marginalize issues that affect us all." She pointed to civic rights, women's reproductive rights, criminal justice and immigration rights and said "we will not be silent" about these issues. …

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Trump's "bizarre" voting fraud campaign panel found no one, says former member Matthew Dunlap

Kansas, State Secretary Kris Kobach, meets with the newly elected President Donald Trump in 2016. (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press) of Eli Rosenberg August 3, E-mail author State Secretary Matthew Dunlap, one of the 11 Commission members formed by President Trump to investigate suspected voter fraud issues a deterrent punishment of the dissolved panel on Friday and accuses Vice President …

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