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Across Hawaii, residents got an Emergency Alert System (EAS) message telling them to "take shelter immediately" from a "ballistic missile threat." [Read More]
President Zeman won the first round of the Czech presidential elections on a platform of opposition to mass migration and radical Islam. [Read More]
An 11-count indictment has been handed down for possible Russian bribery involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's Uranium One deal. [Read More]
The Pentagon is expected to intensify its campaign in Afghanistan by expanding the use of drones and deploying an estimated 1,000 advisers. [Read More]
The Guardian has branded Raheem Kassam the "new face of the hard right" following his viral takedown of Sadiq Khan on Sky News. [Read More]
President Trump's decision to keep the United States in the Iran nuclear deal on Friday was coupled with a warning to his European allies. [Read More]
The archbishop of Miami said that immigrants are "the best and the brightest in our country" while calling President Trump "Archie Bunker without the charm." [Read More]
Protestors disrupted a speech by London mayor Sadiq Khan to the left-wing Fabian Society, attempting to subject him to a citizen's arrest. [Read More]
Keith Jackson called the biggest events in college football for 40 years at ABC Sports. [Read More]
Jackie also pinpoints the one person more "miserable and nauseous" over Winfrey's potential presidential run than anyone else. [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Education determined TEA policies prevented eligible students from having access to special education programs. [Read More]
World View: U.S. Requests Pakistan's Permission to Ship Afghan Supplies Through Gwadar Seaport... [Read More]
44 percent of voters believe that getting rid of any part of Obamacare is a good start to repealing the Affordable Care Act. [Read More]
In an op-ed for the left-wing Time, actor Sean Penn blasted President Trump as an "enemy of mankind" and "an enemy of the state." [Read More]
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