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Racial Bias: ‘Blond hair on white women just triggers me’
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Racial Bias: ‘Blond hair on white women just triggers me’

Actress Jada Pinkett Smith revealed Monday that white women with blond hair trigger deep-seated prejudices in her that she's carried since she was a child. The "Girls Trip" star said on the new episode of her Facebook chat show, "Red Table Talk," that she's...
Detroit wants to remove Ben Carson’s name from high school
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Detroit wants to remove Ben Carson’s name from high school

Could Ben Carson's name be on the way out for a Detroit high school? And will Aretha Franklin's name make it onto a school? The Detroit Board of Education Tuesday night approved a process for seeking new names for several existing schools -- including the B...
Federal judge blasts Florida for bungled election: ‘Laughingstock of the world’
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Federal judge blasts Florida for bungled election: ‘Laughingstock of the world’

A federal judge in Florida handling election-related lawsuits blasted the state Thursday for botching another vote. “We have been the laughing stock of the world, election after election, and we chose not to fix this,” U.S. District Judge Mark Walker said i...
Ben Shapiro heckled with gleeful chants of ‘John McCain’s dead!’ during Ohio college event
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Ben Shapiro heckled with gleeful chants of ‘John McCain’s dead!’ during Ohio college event

Ohio State University students decided that the best way to protest an event with conservative Ben Shapiro was to dance on the graves of Ronald Reagan and John McCain. The 40th president of the United States and the Arizona senator who spent over five years...
Larry King: Jim Acosta was ‘out of line’ at WH presser
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Larry King: Jim Acosta was ‘out of line’ at WH presser

Former longtime CNN host Larry King on Thursday slammed Jim Acosta's "childish" behavior during last week's White House press conference, saying the CNN star needs to stop making the story about himself and focus more on his subjects. Mr. King told the Law ...
What happened to ‘count every vote?’
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What happened to ‘count every vote?’

TALLAHASSEE -- Less than 24 hours since his last suit was filed, Bill Nelson is suing Bay County again. The incumbent candidate for U.S. Senate, who has filed three other lawsuits in the past week, is suing Bay County Supervisor of Elections Mark Andersen t...
Democrat Sherrod Brown hears a ‘crescendo call’ to run for president
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Democrat Sherrod Brown hears a ‘crescendo call’ to run for president

Sen. Sherrod Brown is the latest Democrat to float his name as a potential 2020 presidential contender. The Ohio senator said in an interview that he's hearing "sort of a crescendo" from voters who want him to run for the White House. "We're hearing it i...
Colorado early snow clouds climate change debate
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Colorado early snow clouds climate change debate

DENVER — A heavy autumn snowfall has ski resorts across Colorado holding some of their earliest opening days in a decade or more, stoking skiers and fueling another snowball fight over climate change. Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek plan to open this week, s...
Dems: Latino turnout up 174 percent over ’14 in early voting
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Dems: Latino turnout up 174 percent over ’14 in early voting

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic Party says a $30 million investment in engaging Latino and other minority voters helped the Democrats achieve a net gain of 34 House seats and improve on 2014 turnout numbers. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan, chairman of the Democratic C...
Count till we win: Judge extends recount deadline for Florida provisional, mail-in ballots
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Count till we win: Judge extends recount deadline for Florida provisional, mail-in ballots

A federal judge has ordered Florida's 67 elections supervisors to give thousands of voters whose ballots were rejected over mismatched signatures another two days to fix the problem and have their votes counted toward the results of the 2018 midterms. Judge...