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One day, one president, two very different opinions of Fox

President Trump began his day with a complaint that Fox News "was no longer serving for the US." Through Twitter, he criticized Andrew Napolitano, Shep Smith, and Donna Brazile. He said the network "is different than before." And he added, "Oh well, I'm President!" Fox declined to comment on Trump's latest jabs. Perhaps the network is banking on the old …

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Live updates: CNN's LGBTQ Town Hall

Edward M. PioRoda / CNN New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker said Thursday he was proud of a 1992 opinion piece where he, then a student at Stanford University, explained how he evolved from a hatred of gay people to the acceptance of LGBTQ people. Booker, in a piece titled “Pointing the finger at gays, ”explained how he once was“ disgusted …

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The latest on Trump's impeachment inquiry: Live updates – CNN

The latest on Trump's impeachment inquiry: CNN's live update White House fights against House Democrats, calls for "unconstitutional" impeachment inquiry CBS News Lawmakers navigate the topic of impeachment inquiries in town halls CBS News Trump's impeachment efforts outrage the next Democrat in the White House | TheHill The Hill Trump impeachment defense: smoke and glass The Los Angeles Times View …

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Small fires in Northern California are damaged despite the outbreak of PG&E

As hundreds of thousands of North California residents face their second day without electricity after Pacific Gas & Electric shut down power to prevent fire danger, many fires have burned across the region. On Thursday afternoon, a fire on San Bruno Mountain in Brisbane south of San Francisco quickly spread to nearly five acres and consumed plants under several power …

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EPA to monitor test rule for lead contamination

The Environmental Protection Agency is set to propose an overhaul of a decade-long test rule for lead contamination in drinking water. The agency is touting the new rules as a significant step toward reducing the country's lead in drinking water and as evidence of the Trump administration's commitment to ensuring clean water throughout the US. But critics say the changes …

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The nurse claims that the co-workers gave Benadryl patients to make them sleepy, & # 39; lighten the work load & # 39;

A New Jersey hospital nurse is claiming a lawsuit against her boss that some night shift staff gave Benadryl patients to sleep on, and when she complained about wrongdoing behavior of a supervisor who retaliates against him. Patricia Moran, of the Wall, filed a suit Wednesday in state Superior Court claiming that many of her co-workers in the adult psychiatric …

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House Appropriations Chairwoman Nita Lowey announces retirement from Congress

House Appropriations Chair Nita M. Lowey (DN.Y.) announced Thursday that she will retire from Congress next year, ending a three-decade career that included a bruising government shutdown fight with President Trump earlier this year. Lowey, 82, became the first woman to chair the powerful spending committee when Democrats retook control of the House this year. She played a central role …

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The Trump Impeachment Question: Latest Update

House Democrats are back after Yom Kippur today with fresh support for their impeachment efforts, as well as some disturbing problems. On Wednesday, Joseph R. Biden Jr. appeared in support of President Trump's impeachment for the first time, joining several other Democratic presidential candidates who have already done so. But those leading the question of impeachment faced challenging questions about …

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