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'MEDIA BUZZ' Trump ally blasts DC over 'Scandal, Inc.' culture

A top ally of President Trump who was at the center of a retracted CNN story again accepted the cable network’s apology Sunday, but said he was frustrated by the ordeal and the pervasive “politics of personal destruction” in Washington. ...

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Acts of heroism shine during hospital shooting

They wasted little time in keeping patients safe when a disgruntled former employee opened fire Friday at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in New York. CNN.com – RSS Channel – US

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Suicide bomb blast kills Iraqis at camp for displaced

At least eight people, including four civilians, have been killed after a suicide bomber blew himself up at a camp for internally displaced people in central Iraq, security sources told Al Jazeera. The attacker on Sunday approached a checkpoint and an ...

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PROUD AMERICAN Army vet donates $2.5M estate, 24 homes to be built

An Army veteran who served his country in Vietnam and Saudi Arabia also contributed in a spectacular way to his adopted home state of Oklahoma. Sergeant 1st Class Stephen Florentz, who had retired from the U.S. Army and did in ...

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ROAD RAGE KILLING Man charged with murder in death of teenage girl

A Pennsylvania man was arrested Sunday in last week’s killing of a teen during a road rage incident at a merge that authorities said turned into a high speed “cat-and-mouse game.” David Desper, 28, of Delaware County in Pennsylvania, was ...

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Five minute guide to high-charging investment funds

High-charging fund managers have been picking savers’ pockets for years, so there were good reasons to celebrate when the Financial Conduct Authority announced yet another crackdown last year.  Initial and annual charges on investment funds may look small in percentage ...

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'LIT UP' WITH SPENDING? Paul knocks Senate health bill, pushes alternate plan

Washington Republicans are taking no July 4 holiday on the Senate’s ObamaCare overhaul bill — with President Trump calling senators and Kentucky GOP Sen. Rand Paul pushing a conservative alternative to the existing measure that he says is “lit up ...

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‘An absolute fiasco': Disorganized Canada Day security lines cause backlog

Parliament Hill was the focal point of Canada Day, but many people are saying it was the very thing that ruined the festivities, with long security lines meaning people waited hours to set foot on the lawn. CBC | Canada ...

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