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CNN: U.S. officials say info suggests Trump camp coordinated with Russians

CNN released another explosive accusation citing U.S. officials saying that they have obtained information that suggests Trump campaign associates were coordinating with Russian authorities on hacked information that damaged Hillary Clinton in the election.

Koch Brothers dropping millions to decide the fate of the GOP healthcare bill

Conservative billionaires David and Charles Koch are backing a last-minute million dollar gambit to try to push the Republican Obamacare replacement bill into oblivion.

Top Dem on Intel Committee accuses Chairman Nunes of improperly siding with Trump

House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) accused the chairman of that committee of acting like a surrogate for the Trump administration instead of fulfilling his duty as the head of an independent entity.

As the healthcare battle continues, doctors are taking matters into their own hands

The GOP’s battle with the Obamacare repeal act has been an up and down struggle between not just Democrats, but itself.

Trump says he’s ‘vindicated’ by Rep. Nunes statement on wiretap

President Trump responded positively Wednesday to a statement by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) that he says vindicates his accusation that Obama wiretapped him.

Famed pastor was slated for award — then seminary got heat over his objection to gay ordinations

Well-known pastor and author, the Rev. Tim Keller, was supposed to get an award from Princeton Theological Seminary — that is, until the school got backlash over Keller’s objection to the ordination of gays and women.

Elementary school under fire for auctioning off student in mock slave trade

New Jersey parents are outraged after elementary school students auctioned off a classmate in a mock slave auction.

Chicago police: Dozens watched girl’s sexual assault on Facebook Live, but no one reported it

Chicago police said Tuesday that about 40 people watched a live stream of the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl — and no one reported it.

British writer bewildered by backlash after offering ‘atheist prayers’ for attack victims


British writer Laurie Penny, a contributing editor for the New Statesman, seems flabbergasted by the response she’s received after offering “atheist prayers” in response to the deadly terror attack near Parliament.

More than 25 Freedom Caucus members stand poised to kill ‘Obamacare Lite’

According to Politico, more than 25 members of the House Freedom Caucus are standing opposed to the House Republicans’ Obamacare replacement bill — the American Health Care Act — which means that the bill currently stands a few votes short of the 216 votes needed for passage.

Columnist: ‘It should be illegal’ to be a stay-at-home mom

Australian columnist Sarrah Le Marquand argued that choosing to be a stay-at-home mother should be “illegal” in an op-ed published this week in The Daily Telegraph newspaper.

Obama’s home state rejects bill that would have made his birthday a holiday

Illinois lawmakers failed this week to rally enough votes to pass a measure in the state legislature that would have made former President Barack Obama’s birthday a statewide holiday.

Black Lives Matter leader: Police officers ‘evolved’ from ‘slave catchers’

Today’s police officers “evolved” from “slave catchers,” according to a Black Lives Matter organizer who spoke at a California State University, Fullerton, event last week.

House Intel Committee chair says US government collected surveillance on Trump transition team

House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said Wednesday that surveillance information was legally and “incidentally” collected on members of Donald Trump’s presidential transition team — and possibly even Trump himself —  during the last months of former President Barack Obama’s administration.

De Blasio instructs NYC schools to block ICE agents from coming into schools

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio instructed the city’s school staffers to block federal immigration agents from entering schools unless they have a valid warrant signed by a judge.

Gorsuch: ‘I accept’ Roe v. Wade as the ‘law of the land’

Judge Neil Gorsuch said Wednesday during his Senate confirmation hearing that he accepts Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion nationwide, as the “law of the land.” Sen.

Male student told to ‘tolerate’ changing in locker room in front of girl who identifies as boy: suit


A Pennsylvania high school student is suing his school district after he said he was told by an administrator to “tolerate” changing in a locker room in front of girl who identifies as male.

Democrats want to delay Gorsuch vote over Russia investigation

Democrats are calling for a delay on the vote to confirm Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch because of the FBI’s investigation into potential ties between President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia.

Cosmo magazine tries to give constitutional lesson, gets ripped for ’embarrassing’ article

Cosmopolitan magazine, which is known for its relationship and sex advice articles, sparked a bit of controversy online  Tuesday when they published an article slamming constitutional originalism.

San Francisco considers bill to bar city from doing business with companies that build border wall

A San Francisco lawmaker introduced a bill Tuesday that would prohibit the city from doing business with construction companies that bid to build President Donald Trump’s border wall.


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