Washington Man Arrested for Sending Packages Containing Explosive Devices to Government Buildings, Military Bases

A Washington State man with a history of writing incoherent notes to the military was arrested late last night for sending suspicious packages to military bases and government buildings in Washington D.C.

Forty-three-year-old Thang Cong Phan was taken into custody …

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Trump Administration Moves to Include Citizenship Question on Next Census

Attorneys general of several states pledged to sue the Trump administration over a decision to include a question about citizenship on the forthcoming 2020 census.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra already filed suit to prevent the question from being included, …

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Former Senator Santorum: Kids Should Learn CPR, Stop Bullying Instead of Protesting for Stricter Gun Laws

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum criticized protesters who took part in the March For Our Lives demonstration for gun control for not taking enough personal action to solve the problem of gun violence.

“How about kids instead of looking to …

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Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin on Verge of Being Fired, According to Reports

President Donald Trump is on the verge of firing the Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin according to people familiar with the matter. The President is planning on making “one or two major changes,” according to longtime Trump friend and …

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Cambridge Analytica Parent Company Bragged About Foreign Election Interference in Promotional Materials

The parent company of data research firm Cambridge Analytica, Strategic Communications Laboratories, has bragged about interference-tactics in foreign elections according to promotional materials published by the company. SCL, and its subsidiary, use psychometrics, the study of human characteristics to predict …

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Supporters of Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore Offered Accuser’s Attorney $10,000 to Discredit Her

Supporters of former Alabama Supreme Court Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore offered the attorney of a woman who accused Moore of sexual misconduct $10,000 to drop the woman as a client and say publicly that he doubted the …

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Former Deputy Director Implores: FBI Careers Worthwhile Despite the Headlines

Former FBI Director Andrew McCabe is pleading with the nation’s young people not to be discouraged from going into careers in public service despite the “divisive politics and partisan attacks” that characterize the country’s national discourse. McCabe made his case …

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