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Treasury Department warns states over tax law workarounds
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Treasury Department warns states over tax law workarounds

The Treasury Department warned states Wednesday to tread carefully as they consider gimmicks to try to let their wealthier taxpayers avoid higher bills under the new federal tax law. The admonition is aimed at high-tax Democratic-led states who said they we...
Hogg calls for ‘die-in’ at Publix Super Markets
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Hogg calls for ‘die-in’ at Publix Super Markets

Student activist and Parkland survivor David Hogg is calling for a "die-in" at Publix Super Markets on Friday after the chain gave political donations to a Republican gubernatorial candidate. Publix has given Adam Putnam $670,000 in the past three years. Th...
Holder urges DOJ/FBI to unconstitutionally defy President: ‘Protect the institutions’
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Holder urges DOJ/FBI to unconstitutionally defy President: ‘Protect the institutions’

Former Attorney General Eric Holder publicly urged his former employees at the Justice Department to defy President Trump's request for transparency and public disclosures of information related to the unprecedented spy operation launched in 2016 against the T...
Trump cancels talks with North Korea in letter to Kim
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Trump cancels talks with North Korea in letter to Kim

(UPI) -- U.S. President Donald Trump is canceling the much anticipated summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. In a letter published online, Trump cited "tremendous anger and open hostility" from official North Korean statements for the decision. ht...
West Hollywood gives prostitute ‘keys to the city’
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West Hollywood gives prostitute ‘keys to the city’

West Hollywood declared Wednesday as "Stormy Daniels Day," as the adult-film actress received a ceremonial key to the city. The Los Angeles-area neighborhood, located between Hollywood and Beverly Hills, held a ceremony at an adult boutique for Ms. Daniels,...
Lawsuit: Texas GOP judge fired secretary for anti-Trump Facebook posts
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Lawsuit: Texas GOP judge fired secretary for anti-Trump Facebook posts

A federal lawsuit claims that a 14-year secretary was illegally fired last year because her boss, a Republican judge on the state's highest criminal court, disapproved of her Facebook posts disparaging President Donald Trump and other GOP politicians. Olga ...
‘Journalist’ Suggests Traffic Fines Should Be Ignored for Poor Blacks
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‘Journalist’ Suggests Traffic Fines Should Be Ignored for Poor Blacks

Larena Bryant must drive. To cover the bills on the three-bedroom house she owns. To clothe her three children. To pay for doctor visits, gas and groceries. For life to keep moving, Bryant can't afford to stop. So she's up at 6:45 a.m. to get herself ...
#Winning: Trump lauds NFL policy banning kneeling for national anthem
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#Winning: Trump lauds NFL policy banning kneeling for national anthem

Will this move by the NFL cause you to watch the games again? WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump praised an NFL policy banning kneeling during the "The Star-Spangled Banner," saying that "maybe you shouldn't be in the country" if you don't stand for t...
Democrat defense against Trump’s comment that MS-13 are ‘animals’ overshadows border security push
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Democrat defense against Trump’s comment that MS-13 are ‘animals’ overshadows border security push

Evelyn Rodriguez, the mother of a teenage girl who was savagely killed by MS-13 gang members, told President Trump on Wednesday that he was justified in calling them "animals." Thomas D. Homan, acting chief at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said ...
Judge: Trump can’t block Twitter users over political beliefs
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Judge: Trump can’t block Twitter users over political beliefs

President Trump cannot block people from his Twitter account, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, saying the account became a public forum once he started using it for government business and is now protected by the First Amendment. Free speech advocates calle...