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Miss America Organization strikes back at rebellious states
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Miss America Organization strikes back at rebellious states

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The other heel has dropped at the Miss America Organization, which had endured a revolt by dozens of states this summer against the national leadership of the pageant headed by former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson. The crowning o...
Taxpayers again take California fiscal hit
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Taxpayers again take California fiscal hit

Throughout California, tax increases are popping up on ballots like mushrooms. The state wants voter approval for billions of dollars in bonds, borrowed money that will have to be repaid with interest. And any ballot measure that reduces taxes is opposed by pu...
H-1B: As immigration furor roils Silicon Valley, Canada smooths way for techies
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H-1B: As immigration furor roils Silicon Valley, Canada smooths way for techies

Two weeks: That's how quickly a foreign technology worker in Silicon Valley can get an employment permit from Canada. In the U.S., that process takes months. As the administration of President Donald Trump has increased scrutiny of H-1B visas for skilled fo...
Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour launches racial attack against ‘white woman’ Susan Collins
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Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour launches racial attack against ‘white woman’ Susan Collins

Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour on Friday launched a racial attack against Sen. Susan Collins, saying the Maine Republican was guilty of espousing “white supremacy” with her decision to support the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Ms. S...
False reports of sexual assault not as rare as claimed, studies show
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False reports of sexual assault not as rare as claimed, studies show

The assertion from forces against Brett M. Kavanaugh that false allegations of rape or attempted rape are extremely rare is rebutted by a number of studies, researchers say. Liberals on TV and social media said repeatedly during the Senate confirmation proc...
Panthers hire Eric Reid, allow him to kneel during national anthem
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Panthers hire Eric Reid, allow him to kneel during national anthem

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Panthers safety Eric Reid knelt during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice before Sunday's game against the New York Giants. None of Reid's new Carolina teammates joined him or stood near him at midfield. He is the first ...
There’s a war to make gentrified Oak Park black again. A ‘racist’ coffeehouse is the latest target
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There’s a war to make gentrified Oak Park black again. A ‘racist’ coffeehouse is the latest target

Twenty years ago, the corner of Broadway and 35th Street in Oak Park was known in Sacramento for drugs, prostitution and not much else. Then along came Kevin Johnson, newly retired from the NBA, who decided to turn two buildings on the long-neglected block int...
Kavanaugh will be the first SC justice to have 4 female law clerks
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Kavanaugh will be the first SC justice to have 4 female law clerks

(UPI) -- Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh is getting up to speed on the high court bench Monday after narrowly winning confirmation from the Senate. The court began its new term a week ago as Kavanaugh's appointment was heavily debated in Con...
Boston breathing easier after major raid on MS-13 gang
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Boston breathing easier after major raid on MS-13 gang

BOSTON (AP) — The streets are quieter these days in East Boston, but the marchers still gather in front of the police precinct house, as they have nearly every Thursday evening for the past four summers, after a rash of brutal killings and attempted murders by...
Graham to take Kavanaugh fight ‘to the streets,’ campaign against fellow senators for first time
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Graham to take Kavanaugh fight ‘to the streets,’ campaign against fellow senators for first time

Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina Republican, said Sunday he was so disgusted at the Kavanaugh confirmation process that he plans to do something he has never done: campaign against a fellow senator. “All I can say is that this is going to the streets, at...