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PLAN FOR MORE VIOLENCE? Scalise shooter had list of Republican lawmakers' names in his pocket

The gunman who opened fire on congressmen at a Virginia baseball field on Wednesday had a list of Republican names in his pocket at the time of the incident, Fox News has confirmed. Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., told Fox News Friday ...

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Tesco posts record growth for seven years thanks to low prices

Britain’s biggest supermarket enjoyed its sixth straight quarter of growth as takings in UK stores open for at least a year rose 2.3 per cent, driven by marketleading demand for its fresh food. Customer transactions rose 10 million, or 1.3 ...

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Canada enacts protections for transgender community

New federal protections for transgender Canadians are about to become law after a strong show of support for the landmark legislation in the Red Chamber. CBC | Canada News

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ONE THAT GOT AWAY Judge takes $2.8M fish prize from alleged cheater

A Florida angler who claimed the $ 2.8 million top prize in the world’s largest billfish tournament has just lost the largest catch of his life. Phil Heasley staked his claim to the money after catching a 76.5 pound white ...

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TODD STARNES Army manual has guide for pregnant men?

The Army has begun mandatory transgender sensitivity training for soldiers. The training covers everything from “transfemale” soldiers to transgender shower etiquette to dealing with a male soldier who becomes pregnant. Yes, good readers. Within the ranks of the greatest fighting ...

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NO CIGAR: Trump turns back Obama’s ‘one-sided’ Cuba deal

President Trump, speaking at a Miami theater associated with Cuban exiles, announced Friday he is nixing his predecessor’s “one-sided deal” with the Communist nation – moving to restrict individual travel to the island, crack down on the flow of U.S. ...

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CREATIVE OUTLET Travelers get no charge out of airport prank

Bored traveler David McDonald has found a novel (if slightly nefarious) way to pass the time at airports. Prior to his Wednesday afternoon flight from Miami to London, McDonald made himself a sticker that looked exactly like an electrical outlet. ...

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ROSENSTEIN RECUSAL? Deputy Attorney General's role in question as Trump turns up heat

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s role overseeing the special counsel probe of Russian interference in the 2016 campaign came into question Friday as President Trump openly suggested the top DOJ official is conflicted and a new report said Rosenstein has ...

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