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There are none representing the African-American community'. But according to a new report , Manigault Newman's treasure trove of damaging materials on the Trump administration is not limited to secret recordings. She took to MSNBC's "Face the Nation" earlier today to state that she believes President Trump wants to instigate a race war, according to The Hill .
  • Smoke Will Make Areas of Humboldt and Trinity Counties Unhealthy Today

    Smoke Will Make Areas of Humboldt and Trinity Counties Unhealthy Today

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    The elevated levels of fine particulate matter are expect to persist until there is a change in fire and/or weather conditions. Continued fire activity from the Carr, Mendocino Complex, and OR fires continue to send smoke into the area. Those include closing windows, running air conditioners on recirculation mode, avoiding driving and closing the windows when doing so and possibly wearing a N95 or N100 rated mask.
  • Trump targets Obama-era critics' security clearances

    Trump targets Obama-era critics' security clearances

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    Brennan, Clapper, Hayden and Rice have all been critical of Trump's foreign policy, including the US president's embrace of Russian President Vladimir at a summit in Helsinki. "They've politicized and in some cases monetized their public service", Sanders said during a press briefing. Shortly after the call, former Clinton counter-terror adviser Richard Clarke said on ABC News that the plot "never came close because they had insider information, insider control" - the detail allegedly ...
  • U.S. ambassador to London pushes Britain to ditch Iran deal

    U.S. ambassador to London pushes Britain to ditch Iran deal

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    US ambassador to the United Kingdom, Robert Wood Johnson, wrote in the British paper the Sunday Telegraph , that " Iran grew bolder" after signing on to the Obama-era deal. Asked for comment on Johnson's op-ed, the British foreign office referred to comments made last week by Middle East Minister Alistair Burt. "Sometimes you need to take a stand against friends".
  • Trump Signs Bill Named After McCain, But Doesn't Mention Senator Once

    Trump Signs Bill Named After McCain, But Doesn't Mention Senator Once

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    Trump signed the law at the US Army's Fort Drum base in upstate NY on his way back to Washington after a 12-day working vacation at his golf club in New Jersey. The White House has officially banned the government use of hardware made by Chinese companies ZTE and Huawei , including smartphones, routers, and similar devices.
  • Most Explosive Things About Omarosa’s Secret Recording Of John Kelly Firing Her

    Most Explosive Things About Omarosa’s Secret Recording Of John Kelly Firing Her

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    This Kelly recording is the first one she's actually shared publicly. "And then you can go on without any type of difficulty in the future relative to your reputation". The offer, published Sunday by the Washington Post , included a non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreement the former reality star said was "an attempt to buy her silence", according to the Post .
  • Erdogan blames

    Erdogan blames "plot against Turkey" for plunging lira

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    On July 26, Trump announced that he would hit Turkey with "large sanctions " if it continued to hold Brunson, adding "This innocent man of faith should be released immediately!" President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that Turkey will respond to trade wars by seeking new alliances and heading to new markets, referring to U.S.
  • State Of Emergency Declared Ahead Of 'Unite The Right' Anniversary

    State Of Emergency Declared Ahead Of 'Unite The Right' Anniversary

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    But on Saturday, he tweeted: "The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division". He then condemned all types of racism and acts of violence. Among the remembrance events scheduled for Saturday was a "morning of reflection and renewal" at UVA that featured musical performances, a poetry reading and an address from University President James Ryan.
  • Judge Orders Plane Carrying Deported Mother And Child Turned Around

    Judge Orders Plane Carrying Deported Mother And Child Turned Around

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    U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan said the government appeared to have "spirited away" the woman and her child. Activists rally against the Trump administration's immigration policies outside the New York City offices of U.S. Carmen and her daughter were not separated when they crossed the border, but their chances of remaining in the USA were slim after she failed a "credible fear" test created to determine whether her asylum claim could be honored.
  • California Homes; 20,000 Flee

    California Homes; 20,000 Flee

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    Mr Clark is alleged to have sent text messages stating that he planned to commit arson in Holy Jim Canyon, where the fire broke out on Monday. Forrest Clark is facing a number of charges in the Holy Fire case. During a Wednesday afternoon briefing, Orange County Fire Authority Battalion Chief Shane Sherwood said the fire began "around and near" Clark's cabin in Holy Jim Canyon.
  • Pence: Space Force military branch to be established by 2020

    Pence: Space Force military branch to be established by 2020

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    Citing Russia and China , he said that for years USA adversaries have "pursued weapons to jam, blind and disable our navigation and communication satellites via electronic attacks from the ground". But he, too, isn't convinced that a Space Force is the answer. "We're building bipartisan support for our plan ", he said. The current branches of the U.S.
  • At least 29 children killed in strike on Yemen bus

    At least 29 children killed in strike on Yemen bus

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    The strike by the Western-backed alliance, in which at least 40 children are said to have been killed, outraged human rights groups and was strongly condemned by United Nations officials. "Today's attack in Saada was a legitimate military operation. and was carried out in accordance with global humanitarian law", the coalition said in the Arabic-language statement carried by SPA.
  • Boris Johnson Defended By Leading Imam Over Burka Comments

    Boris Johnson Defended By Leading Imam Over Burka Comments

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    Sahar al-Faifi, who has covered her face since she was 14, said that negative rhetoric is making Muslim women feel "unsafe". Lord Sheikh, the president of the Conservative Muslim Forum, said "severe action" should be taken against Johnson , including the withdrawal of the party whip.
  • Manafort Lawyer: 'So Many Lies' Gates Can't Keep Up

    Manafort Lawyer: 'So Many Lies' Gates Can't Keep Up

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    Internal Revenue Service agent testified on Wednesday . Gates, 46, is expected to be cross-examined for about another hour by Manafort's attorney Kevin Downing before prosecutors get a second chance to try and undo some of the possibly damaging testimony he gave during their redirect.