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AOC: We need to stop asking ‘if’ white supremacy in policing exists — but instead talk about how bad the problem is

Hearing addresses the 'pervasive' problem of white supremacists infiltrating the nation's police departments ...

 
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BU professor ripped after he implies Amy Coney Barrett is a ‘white colonizer’

A Boston University professor is facing backlash after he appeared to suggest President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is a “white colonizer” who uses her two adopted Haitian children ...

 
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Trump calls for an investigation into alleged ballot harvesting by Ilhan Omar supporters in Minnesota

President Trump called on the U.S. attorney in Minnesota to investigate a report of alleged illegal ballot harvesting by supporters of Rep. Ilhan Omar in Minnesota....

 
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'Emboldened to fight cops': NYPD injuries in the line of duty soared 47 per cent amid violent anti-police protests in the city

There have been 7,528 NYPD injuries so far in 2020, up 47 per cent from last year....

 
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‘Trump was right’ about ginned-up Russia probe, FBI text messages show

“Trump was right,” an FBI agent declared shortly after the then-president-elect suggested that officials delayed a White House transition briefing on Russian meddling in the 2016 election because they ...

 
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NY Dem Fails to Disclose More Than $25 Million in Personal Financial Holdings

New York Democratic congressional candidate Nancy Goroff failed to disclose more than $25 million in personal financial holdings while loaning her campaign more than $1 million—a potential violation of...

 
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Here's How Democrats Plan to Block Trump's SCOTUS Pick

Democrats looking to block Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick have a surprisingly large array of weapons they can employ in that effort. The Senate is particularly well suited to the task of obstructing...

 
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Judge allows Andrew McCabe's wrongful firing lawsuit against DOJ to move forward

A federal judge ruled fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s wrongful termination lawsuit against the Justice Department should be allowed to move toward discovery, rejecting the Trump administratio...

 
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Gaetz calls for election bribery probe of Bloomberg over pledge to pay Florida felons' fines

'I believe there may be a criminal investigation already underway,' Gaetz tells Sean Hannity ...

 
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Convicted NYPD cop killer Anthony Bottom scheduled to be released on parole

The last of three convicted Black Revolutionary Army members behind bars for murdering two NYPD cops nearly 50 years ago is set to be freed on parole in October, police union officials said Tuesday....

 
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez urges city, state tax hikes to fund NYC schools

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is calling for tax hikes to help fund New York City’s cash strapped schools and child care programs. ...

 
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Senate report slams Bidens for conflicts of interest, flags possible criminal activity

A year-long Senate investigation concluded Wednesday that Hunter Biden's efforts to cash in on foreign business deals during his father's vice presidency raised alarm among U.S. government officials, w...

 
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De Blasio Furloughs Another 9,000 NYC Employees Due To "Massive Budget Shortfall"

One week ago, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he will furlough himself and his City Hall staff for one week as the city weathers a budget (and everything else too) crisis....

 
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Limbaugh: GOP should skip SCOTUS confirmation process so nominee doesn’t get ‘Kavanaugh'd’

Talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh urged Republicans to scrap the confirmation process for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee so that whomever is selected can avoid being “Kavanaugh'd” by the left....

 
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NYPD officer charged with spying on Tibetan New Yorkers for Chinese government

A New York Police Department (NYPD) officer on Monday was charged with spying on Tibetan New Yorkers for the Chinese government....

 
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DOJ designates New York, Portland, Seattle as permitting 'anarchy'

The Justice Department announced Monday that New York City, Seattle and Portland, Ore., would be designated as jurisdictions "permitting violence and destruction of property" under President Trump's ea...