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Hillary's Tangled Web Grows by the Day
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Hillary's Tangled Web Grows by the Day

Hillary Clinton is still considered by many people to be a fundamentally dishonest candidate. A recent NBC poll shows that only 11 percent of surveyed voters believe she is “honest and trustworthy.” However, contrary to the mainstream media’s attempt to save h...
Virginia governor restoring felons' voting rights one by one after court rejects order
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Virginia governor restoring felons' voting rights one by one after court rejects order

RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) -- Virginia Gov. Terry R. McAuliffe has begun what's expected to be a laborious and time-consuming enterprise -- restoring the rights to vote and perform other civic duties for hundreds of thousands of convicted felons, on an individual bas...
U.S. citizens warned not to travel to Iran over fears of being detained: Advisory comes after admission Obama administration paid $400m 'ransom’' to Islamic Republic to free American prisoners
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U.S. citizens warned not to travel to Iran over fears of being detained: Advisory comes after admission Obama administration paid $400m 'ransom’' to Islamic Republic to free American prisoners

Following the detainment of several Westerns in Iran in the past few months, the U.S. government is telling its citizens not to travel to the Persian country. On Monday, the State Department issued a warning saying Americans - especially those who hold du...
FBI says it has 14,900 more of Hillary's undisclosed emails
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FBI says it has 14,900 more of Hillary's undisclosed emails

WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- The FBI has uncovered an additional 14,900 previously undisclosed emails linked to Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state, State Department lawyers confirmed before a federal judge on Monday. Previously, the State Depa...
Hug-a-thug or Law and Order?
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Hug-a-thug or Law and Order?

Amid the rioting in Milwaukee, there is also a clash between two leading lawmen there -- Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and the city of Milwaukee's Chief of Police Edward Flynn. They have very different opinions about how law enforcement should be carri...
DOJ says bail-or-jail for poor people is unconstitutional
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DOJ says bail-or-jail for poor people is unconstitutional

ATLANTA (AP) -- Local courts that jail poor defendants because they can't afford to pay bail are unlawfully discriminating against the poor, federal attorneys say in a legal brief in a Georgia lawsuit. The U.S. Justice Department says such policies are unco...
Men shout 'Black Lives Matter' as they attack
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Men shout 'Black Lives Matter' as they attack

Akron police arrested seven Canton men early Sunday morning after they attacked a group of white men while shouting "black lives matter," according to reports. The group of alleged assailants -- five black men and two white men -- attacked the victims with ...
Most Americans favor early voting, automatic registration, photo I.D. laws
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Most Americans favor early voting, automatic registration, photo I.D. laws

WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Four out of five Americans approve of laws allowing voters to cast ballots early and mandating photo identification at the polls, a new survey from Gallup research shows. According to the new poll, 80 percent of those questioned said the...
Does anyone count these Trump supporters?
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Does anyone count these Trump supporters?

RUFFSDALE -- If you drive anywhere in Pennsylvania, from the turnpike to the old U.S. routes to the dirt roads connecting small towns like Hooversville with "bigger" small towns like Somerset, you might conclude that Donald Trump is ahead in this state by doub...
The Iran Ransom: Obama's web
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The Iran Ransom: Obama's web

Aug. 21--"Oh, what a tangled web we weave "When first we practice to deceive!" That's the once oft-quoted stanza from the epic 1808 Scottish poem "Marmion" by Walter Scott. Once upon a time, many parents and/or mentors would recite it on a regular basis ...