President’s VA nominee drops out

Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson has withdrawn as President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, he said in a statement Thursday morning. Jackson has faced a series of accusations about his workplace conduct, including that he recklessly prescribed drugs and exhibited drunken behavior. Democratic Senate staff put together accusations against Jackson from conversations with 23 current and former colleagues at the White House Medical Unit. Their summary includes accusations that Jackson crashed a government vehicle while he […]

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A ‘Stormy’ night is headed towards Dallas

Stormy Daniels fifteen minutes of fame aren’t over yet! “We are really excited,” the Regional Manager of Bucks Wild James Edwards said. “I mean she’s a household name right now the place is going to be packed.” The 38-year-old porn star and exotic dancer will be hitting the poles, and no, we’re not talking about the presidential pole, but the ones at Bucks Wild. “She’s doing two performances, one around 11 pm and one around 2 am. She’ll be out […]

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Can the travel ban continue? Supreme Court to hear arguments Wednesday

Art museums, a Gold Star father, lawmakers, states and one of Donald Trump’s personal lawyers are pleading with the Supreme Court ahead of Wednesday’s oral arguments on the fate of the President’s travel ban. The dozens and dozens of filings, known as “friend of the court” or “amicus” briefs, are meant to offer context and remind the justices that their eventual ruling could have historic implications on areas unrelated to current policy. The Trump administration’s third version of the travel […]

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Shania Twain apologizes for comments on President Trump

Singer Shania Twain has apologized for saying she would have backed Donald Trump if she had been eligible to vote in the 2016 US presidential election. The Canadian said on Twitter that she did not “hold any common moral beliefs” with Trump and regretted appearing to endorse him in an interview with the Guardian that was published Sunday. “I would have voted for him because, even though he was offensive, he seemed honest,” the newspaper quoted her as saying. “Do you want […]

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North Korea softening stance on denuclearization

North Korea has dropped its long-held demand that the United States withdraw forces from South Korea in exchange for denuclearization, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Thursday. The United States has about 28,000 troops stationed in South Korea, a presence that has long irked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. However, in the burgeoning spirit of openness and diplomacy, Moon said Kim is willing to give up US troops’ removal as a precondition for discussions over denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula. […]

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Antiwar protesters hit the Dallas streets after U.S. attack on Syria

DALLAS, TX– President Trump’s strike on Syria is getting some serious mixed reviews but one organization is making their stance loud and clear. The United National Antiwar Coalition took to Dallas streets to protest the Friday night bombing. “We’re here to say no to war. We’re here to protest against the U.S. attacks on Syria last night which were pointless, dangerous, risked confrontation with Russia and another example of the U.S. getting involved where it does not need to be […]

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President Trump makes first public comments about Stormy Daniels

President Donald Trump is finally addressing the Stormy Daniels situation. Thursday on Air Force One, he made his first public comments about the adult film star who alleges she had an affair with the president back in 2006. “Did you know about the $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels?” a reporter can be heard asking the president aboard the plane. “No,” President Trump responds on camera. The reporter then asks, “Why did Michael Cohen make it?” to which President Trump responds, “You […]

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North Texas gets a visit from US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, but she isn’t everyone’s bestie

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS– When’s the last time anyone cared about the U.S. Education Secretary paying a visit to their town? Well, when it’s Betsy DeVos taking a tour of a North Richland Hills school… it’s a big deal. One substitute teacher at Birdville Center of Technology and Advanced Learning had no idea DeVos was stopping by. She says everyone was excited. “Stuff that exciting doesn’t happen every day right?” she said. High school students showed off their advanced baking skills, […]

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Trump: ‘We’re going to be guarding our border with the military’ until wall complete

President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he’s calling on the military to guard the US-Mexico border until his long-promised border wall is complete. “I told Mexico, and I respect what they did, I said, look, your laws are very powerful, your laws are very strong. We have very bad laws for our border and we are going to be doing some things, I spoke with (Defense Secretary James) Mattis, we’re going to do some things militarily. Until we can have a wall […]

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Graffiti of Trump shooting schoolchildren shocks Alabama city

FLORENCE, Ala. – The Historic Downtown in Florence, Alabama is known for its all-American feel. Over the last several years though, graffiti artists have been putting their stamp on walls. “It’s not something that we want to have to see every day,” said Sarah Shirey. She and her husband own Turbo Coffee on Tennessee Street across from the latest graffiti display. It depicts President Trump shooting a handgun at children. The display appeared early Monday morning. “My husband and I were […]

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