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The Bernie Sanders campaign shakes up the New Hampshire operation

Senator Bernie Sanders has revised his state business in New Hampshire five months before the primary, as his campaign struggles to maintain support in a state he won by more than 22 percentage points in 2016. In a series of moves, the campaign has New Hampshire State Rep. Joe Caiazzo replaced Shannon Jackson, a member of Mr. Sanders inner circle …

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Calls for Kavanaugh's impeachment Come amid new allegations of irregularities

Several Democratic presidential candidates petitioned Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh on Sunday after The New York Times published new information on allegations of sexual misconduct against him, while Republican leaders condemned reporting as irresponsible and defending him. [19659002] President Trump on Twitter accused news outlets of trying to push justice into more liberal positions and proposed without elaborating that …

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announces flavored e-cigarette ban state today

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an "emergency executive action" on Sunday to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes. The governor's office said the executive order will advance legislation that aims to eliminate deceptive e-cigarette marketing practices to underage users and raises the purchasing age of e-cigarettes from 18 to 21-years-old. "New York is confronting this crisis head-on and today …

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"People actively hate us": Within the Border Patrol's moral crisis

"Having gone from where people didn't know much about us to where people actively hate us, it's hard," said Chris Harris, who was an agent for 21 years and a cross-border union official until he retired in June 2018 . ”There is no doubt that morale has been bad in the past, and it is unclear now. I know many …

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Rep. Ilhan Omar responds to criticism from the victim's family 9/11

Omar was criticized by Nicholas Haros Jr., whose mother died in the World Trade Center attacks, during a memorial ceremony at Ground Zero in New York City last week. Haros Jr. wore a shirt with the words "Some people did something." On CBS's "Face The Nation" on Sunday morning, Omar was asked about Haros Jr.'s comment and if she understood …

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New York governor takes executive action to prohibit the sale of flavored e-cigarettes

Cuomo announced at a press conference on Sunday that the state will ban all flavors except tobacco and menthol because flavored products are "very attractive to young people." He said 68% of e-cigarette users use flavored products. New York Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker will hold an emergency meeting with the New York Public Health and Health Planning …

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Kavanaugh "must be impeached," says the top Dems, as new unincorporated indictment areas

Democratic Challengers Top 2020 Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro announced on Sunday that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh "must be introduced" after a new, uncorroborated and disputed sexual misconduct allegation against Kavanaugh emerged in a New York Times weekend. The revived, long-term impetus to get Kavanaugh removed from the Supreme Court comes when the Democrat's apparent efforts to …

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