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Mexican soldiers detain American soldiers on U.S. soil. Government response: ?

The Mexican government is powerless to control the cartels at our border. But somehow when it comes to belligerently confronting our own soldiers on our own soil, the Mexicans seem...  Read More

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Pelosi: KEEP DIGGING

Democratic leaders in the House told rank-and-file lawmakers they plan to continue pursuing multiple avenues of inquiry into President Trump before deciding....  Read More

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Klobuchar says CNN's Chris Cuomo 'creeping' over shoulder during town hall

2020 presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., saw a couple of viral moments during a televised town hall on Monday night...  Read More

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NY Mayor's Green New Deal Calls Out Skyscrapers for Being Harmful 'Monuments'

No more glittering glass skyline — that's if a proposal spearheaded by Mayor Bill de Blasio is signed into the law....  Read More

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Is America’s media divide destroying democracy?

Separate media spheres create separate realities – and a challenge for unity....  Read More

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Giuliani on Mueller release: 'It's over, they just don't know it yet'

President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani appeared on the “Ingraham Angle” Thursday and spoke about his main issues with the Mueller investigation and declared the Russia collusion narrative “over” after the report was released Thursday by Attorney General William Barr.  Read More

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New Mexico militia detains migrants at gunpoint until Border Patrol arrives:

An armed right-wing militia group operating along the U.S.-Mexico border posted several videos to social media this week, including one in which they held about 200 asylum-seeking migrants at gunpoint near...  Read More

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What Bernie Sanders' tax returns say about his faith in socialism

Self-described Democratic socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and his wife Jane released 10 years of tax returns that open a new window into...  Read More

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Beto O'Rourke confronted at town hall about stingy charitable donations

Former Democratic congressman and 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke was confronted by a voter at a town hall on Tuesday about his recently-released tax returns and suggested that his attendance at the campaign event was in itself a charitable act.  Read More

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FBI manhunt underway in CO for "armed and dangerous" woman infatuated with Colombine Shootings

Woman "infatuated" with the mass shooting at Columbine High School -- and who triggered a manhunt and the shutdown of Denver-area schools Wednesday...  Read More

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Early voting ahead of midterms reveals vote-related problems

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]  Read More

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Iran Accused of Plot to Assassinate Dissident in Denmark

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]  Read More

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Lime blamed its fire-prone batteries on Segway’s manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]  Read More

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U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]  Read More

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Bob Stefanowski’s Connecticut Campaign Surges Ahead

In response to The Road to a Stefanowski Victory in Connecticut Runs Through the DMV Tonight there’s hard evidence — thanks to a shrinking gender gap — that Republican Bob Stefanowski’s campaign is overtaking Ned Lamont in the Connecticut gubernatorial contest. Breaking news this evening from the Connecticut Post: Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead […]  Read More

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On Tuesday, Vote to Take Back the Country You Love

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s closing argument for the midterm election is a bit confusing: “It’s all about President Trump — unless he angers, appalls or disgusts you, in which case we’ve never heard of anyone named Trump. We’ve also never heard of policies we’ve voted for repeatedly, like eliminating the guarantee of health insurance […]  Read More

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Power Up: Pick your own election: Is it about immigration or health care?

It’s Friday. We made it. Tips, recipes, comments? Reach out and sign up. Thanks for waking up with us this week and see you on Monday.  At the White House A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS: With four days left before the midterms, Trump is hammering home his anti-immigration message that pushed him over the edge in 2016. Just this week, […]  Read More

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Gab Censored: Did the Free Market Fail Free Speech?

Get The World Famous Trump Coin Now! Click Here Take $5 OFF W/ Promo Code “Roaming” Gab, the Twitter alternative, has been censored. Pulled from its servers and refused service by other tech companies, Andrew Torba insists Gab will prevail. This episode looks at the challenges Big Tech (Google, Apple, Twitter, Facebook) is posing to […]  Read More

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CARAVAN DOWN BY THE RIVER | Ep. 651

President Trump makes his closing argument, Democrats play the racism card, and we talk about Halloween costumes. To watch the full show live, become a premium subscriber. Join the team!  Like this video? For more Ben Shapiro and Daily Wire content, subscribe to this channel and the Daily Wire YouTube channel youtube.com/c/thedailywire and ring the bell for notifications […]  Read More

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Justice Department Charges Ex-Goldman Bankers in Malaysia 1MDB Scandal

Two senior Goldman Sachs GS 0.71% bankers paid bribes and stole and laundered money from a Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund, U.S. prosecutors allege, putting the bank at the center of one of the biggest financial frauds in history. Former Goldman partner Timothy Leissner, then its head of Southeast Asia, pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money […]  Read More

Comedy

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Early voting ahead of midterms reveals vote-related problems

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]  Read More

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Iran Accused of Plot to Assassinate Dissident in Denmark

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]  Read More

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Lime blamed its fire-prone batteries on Segway’s manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]  Read More

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U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]  Read More

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Bob Stefanowski’s Connecticut Campaign Surges Ahead

In response to The Road to a Stefanowski Victory in Connecticut Runs Through the DMV Tonight there’s hard evidence — thanks to a shrinking gender gap — that Republican Bob Stefanowski’s campaign is overtaking Ned Lamont in the Connecticut gubernatorial contest. Breaking news this evening from the Connecticut Post: Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead […]  Read More

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On Tuesday, Vote to Take Back the Country You Love

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s closing argument for the midterm election is a bit confusing: “It’s all about President Trump — unless he angers, appalls or disgusts you, in which case we’ve never heard of anyone named Trump. We’ve also never heard of policies we’ve voted for repeatedly, like eliminating the guarantee of health insurance […]  Read More

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Power Up: Pick your own election: Is it about immigration or health care?

It’s Friday. We made it. Tips, recipes, comments? Reach out and sign up. Thanks for waking up with us this week and see you on Monday.  At the White House A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS: With four days left before the midterms, Trump is hammering home his anti-immigration message that pushed him over the edge in 2016. Just this week, […]  Read More

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Gab Censored: Did the Free Market Fail Free Speech?

Get The World Famous Trump Coin Now! Click Here Take $5 OFF W/ Promo Code “Roaming” Gab, the Twitter alternative, has been censored. Pulled from its servers and refused service by other tech companies, Andrew Torba insists Gab will prevail. This episode looks at the challenges Big Tech (Google, Apple, Twitter, Facebook) is posing to […]  Read More

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CARAVAN DOWN BY THE RIVER | Ep. 651

President Trump makes his closing argument, Democrats play the racism card, and we talk about Halloween costumes. To watch the full show live, become a premium subscriber. Join the team!  Like this video? For more Ben Shapiro and Daily Wire content, subscribe to this channel and the Daily Wire YouTube channel youtube.com/c/thedailywire and ring the bell for notifications […]  Read More

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Justice Department Charges Ex-Goldman Bankers in Malaysia 1MDB Scandal

Two senior Goldman Sachs GS 0.71% bankers paid bribes and stole and laundered money from a Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund, U.S. prosecutors allege, putting the bank at the center of one of the biggest financial frauds in history. Former Goldman partner Timothy Leissner, then its head of Southeast Asia, pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money […]  Read More

Congress

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Early voting ahead of midterms reveals vote-related problems

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]  Read More

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Iran Accused of Plot to Assassinate Dissident in Denmark

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]  Read More

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Lime blamed its fire-prone batteries on Segway’s manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]  Read More

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U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]  Read More

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Bob Stefanowski’s Connecticut Campaign Surges Ahead

In response to The Road to a Stefanowski Victory in Connecticut Runs Through the DMV Tonight there’s hard evidence — thanks to a shrinking gender gap — that Republican Bob Stefanowski’s campaign is overtaking Ned Lamont in the Connecticut gubernatorial contest. Breaking news this evening from the Connecticut Post: Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead […]  Read More

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On Tuesday, Vote to Take Back the Country You Love

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s closing argument for the midterm election is a bit confusing: “It’s all about President Trump — unless he angers, appalls or disgusts you, in which case we’ve never heard of anyone named Trump. We’ve also never heard of policies we’ve voted for repeatedly, like eliminating the guarantee of health insurance […]  Read More

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Power Up: Pick your own election: Is it about immigration or health care?

It’s Friday. We made it. Tips, recipes, comments? Reach out and sign up. Thanks for waking up with us this week and see you on Monday.  At the White House A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS: With four days left before the midterms, Trump is hammering home his anti-immigration message that pushed him over the edge in 2016. Just this week, […]  Read More

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Gab Censored: Did the Free Market Fail Free Speech?

Get The World Famous Trump Coin Now! Click Here Take $5 OFF W/ Promo Code “Roaming” Gab, the Twitter alternative, has been censored. Pulled from its servers and refused service by other tech companies, Andrew Torba insists Gab will prevail. This episode looks at the challenges Big Tech (Google, Apple, Twitter, Facebook) is posing to […]  Read More

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CARAVAN DOWN BY THE RIVER | Ep. 651

President Trump makes his closing argument, Democrats play the racism card, and we talk about Halloween costumes. To watch the full show live, become a premium subscriber. Join the team!  Like this video? For more Ben Shapiro and Daily Wire content, subscribe to this channel and the Daily Wire YouTube channel youtube.com/c/thedailywire and ring the bell for notifications […]  Read More

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Justice Department Charges Ex-Goldman Bankers in Malaysia 1MDB Scandal

Two senior Goldman Sachs GS 0.71% bankers paid bribes and stole and laundered money from a Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund, U.S. prosecutors allege, putting the bank at the center of one of the biggest financial frauds in history. Former Goldman partner Timothy Leissner, then its head of Southeast Asia, pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder money […]  Read More

Latest Tech

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]  Read More

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]  Read More

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]  Read More

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]  Read More

In response to The Road to a Stefanowski Victory in Connecticut Runs Through the DMV Tonight there’s hard evidence — thanks to a shrinking gender gap — that Republican Bob Stefanowski’s campaign is overtaking Ned Lamont in the Connecticut gubernatorial contest. Breaking news this evening from the Connecticut Post: Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead […]  Read More

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s closing argument for the midterm election is a bit confusing: “It’s all about President Trump — unless he angers, appalls or disgusts you, in which case we’ve never heard of anyone named Trump. We’ve also never heard of policies we’ve voted for repeatedly, like eliminating the guarantee of health insurance […]  Read More

It’s Friday. We made it. Tips, recipes, comments? Reach out and sign up. Thanks for waking up with us this week and see you on Monday.  At the White House A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS: With four days left before the midterms, Trump is hammering home his anti-immigration message that pushed him over the edge in 2016. Just this week, […]  Read More

US Politics

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Early voting ahead of midterms reveals vote-related problems

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]   Read More

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Iran Accused of Plot to Assassinate Dissident in Denmark

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]   Read More

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Lime blamed its fire-prone batteries on Segway’s manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]   Read More

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U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment at 3.7%

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]   Read More

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Bob Stefanowski’s Connecticut Campaign Surges Ahead

In response to The Road to a Stefanowski Victory in Connecticut Runs Through the DMV Tonight there’s hard evidence — thanks to a shrinking gender gap — that Republican Bob Stefanowski’s campaign is overtaking Ned Lamont in the Connecticut gubernatorial contest. Breaking news this evening from the Connecticut Post: Republican Bob Stefanowski has inched ahead […]   Read More

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On Tuesday, Vote to Take Back the Country You Love

WASHINGTON — The Republican Party’s closing argument for the midterm election is a bit confusing: “It’s all about President Trump — unless he angers, appalls or disgusts you, in which case we’ve never heard of anyone named Trump. We’ve also never heard of policies we’ve voted for repeatedly, like eliminating the guarantee of health insurance […]   Read More

World

Rejected voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, confusion among election workers. These problems and more have surfaced during early voting ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. A rundown of voting problems so far around the country: VOTING MACHINES – Some Texas voters reported that balloting machines flipped their straight-ticket selections to the other party in key races […]  Read More

COPENHAGEN — Iran tried to assassinate an Arab separatist leader living in Denmark, the Danish authorities claim, adding that a suspect in the “unusual and very serious” plot was in custody. The accusations have set off anger and concern in Denmark, a nation that has experienced little political violence in recent years. Prime Minister Lars […]  Read More

A man rides a Lime electric scooter in the southwestern French city of Bordeaux on Sept. 27. (Mehdi Fedouach/AFP/Getty Images) This week, Lime, one of the nation’s largest electric-scooter companies, said the company pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer because a small number of defective batteries had the potential to catch […]  Read More

Many of those workers will rejoin the labor force — some have reached retirement age, others have seen their skills lose value, and a number are too disabled to work. Economists have had a spirited debate over how many more people could be lured back to the labor market. The relatively languid pace of wage […]  Read More

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