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Terrorist attack in New York: Driver mows into bicyclists, killing 8 riders and pedestrians

New York Police Commissioner Daniel O”Neill, at podium. briefs the media at police headquarters Tuesday evening. He is flanked on his right by Mayor Bill de Blasio, to O”Neil;s right, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.(NYPD/Twitter) WASHINGTON – New York police said the […]

Terrorist attack in New York: Driver mows into bicyclists, killing 8 riders and pedestrians

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New York Police Commissioner Daniel O”Neill, at podium. briefs the media at police headquarters Tuesday evening. He is flanked on his right by Mayor Bill de Blasio, to O”Neil;s right, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo.(NYPD/Twitter) WASHINGTON – New York police said the […]

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Brady: GOP tax reform bill has been amended to allow property tax deductions

WASHINGTON- House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) on Saturday said the GOP tax reform bill has been amended to include a provision allowing property tax deductions. “At the

Legal analysts spar over Mueller’s indictment of Manafort and Gates

WASHINGTON- Legal analysts sparred Monday as to whether Independent Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of former Trump campaign advisors Paul Manafort and Richard Gates falls outside the scope of the Justice

Trump says he hopes to make almost all JFK assassination files public

WASHINGTON- President Donald Trump tweeted Friday that he hopes to make almost all of the documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy available to the public. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/923876612013248512 The National

National Archives expected to release classified Kennedy assassination documents today

WASHINGTON–  The National Archives is expected to release classified documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy today. The President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of

House passes Senate version of budget which paves the way for tax reform

WASHINGTON- The House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly approved the Senate version of a budget resolution that helps Republicans move forward with tax reform legislation. The lower chamber approved the FY

McCain implies Trump evaded military service during Vietnam

WASHINGTON- Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) implied that President Donald Trump had evaded military service during the Vietnam War during a television interview Sunday. “One aspect of the conflict, by the way,

Van Hollen urges Trump to sign bill creating commission to honor Frederick Douglass

WASHINGTON- Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) on Thursday urged President Donald Trump to sign legislation that would establish a commission to honor the legendary Maryland slave turned-aboltionist Frederick Douglass. “Now more

Ryan makes lighthearted jokes about Trump at charity event

WASHINGTON- House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) made a series of lighthearted jokes about President Donald Trump at a charity event Thursday evening. “I don’t think I’ve seen this many New York

Todd Starnes: ‘I may be deplorable, but I have been redeemed’

Todd Starnes speaking to an audience at the DoubleTree Hotel in Baltimore. (Anthony C. Hayes) For nearly sixty years, radio audiences across the fruited plain paused in their daily routine

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