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Recent displays of anger directed toward members of the Trump administration — such as the White House press secretary being asked to leave a Va. restaurant and a speech by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) — could play into the president’s hands.
A lower court ruled last summer that the Texas congressional and legislative districts discriminated against black and Hispanic voters. But justices said the panel was wrong in how it considered the challenges.
Former Calvary Temple Church member Marsha Foster reads her Bible at home in Berryville, Va.
Former Calvary Temple Church member Marsha Foster reads her Bible at home in Berryville, Va.
After people leave the Calvary Temple, its members were expected to banish them — even family. Some former members are fighting back.
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President Trump says he wants Congress to rewrite the nation's immigration laws, ASAP. Yet his actions suggest a very different desire.
The European Union imposed tariffs on a range of U.S. products in response to similar levies that President Trump put on steel and aluminum from Europe.
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Digital advertising company AppNexus will give the telecom giant control over one of the world’s largest Internet advertising exchanges, which marketers use to buy ad space from online publishers.
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The visit is the first to the Palestinian territories since the British Mandate ended in 1948. Although it is being billed as ceremonial, the politics of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are difficult to avoid.
The decision makes Wilder the latest target of efforts to purge from the cultural landscape symbols that honor historical figures who owned slaves, espoused racist views or engaged in racist practices.
“I think that’s the most ridiculous question I’ve ever heard,” said Beck, who once asked listeners whether he should kill the liberal filmmaker Michael Moore himself or hire an assassin.
World Cup 2018
The host nation still advances to the knockout stage as the Group A runner-up to Uruguay.
The wildly divisive series, which just wrapped up its second season, has created an obsessive fan base while pushing away casual fans.
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