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Brazil’s New President is Pro-Life, Pro-Family, and Strong Supporter of Israel

Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro. (Getty Images.) Jair Bolsonaro, the newly elected president of Brazil — his four-year term starts in January 2019 — is a Catholic married to an evangelical Christian and he is a strong supporter of Israel. During his victory speech on Oct. 28, broadcast from his home, there was a Jewish menora […]  Read More

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Martha McSally’s Arizona GOP Early Vote Lead

Martha McSally greets her supporters on election night after winning the Republican primary for the open Senate seat in Tempe, Arizona, August 28, 2018. (Nicole Neri/Reuters) I don’t want to say Arizona’s Senate race is a done deal. But 1,230,433 Arizonans have voted early, as of this morning. For perspective, that’s approaching the 1.5 million […]  Read More

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Mystery of the Midterm Elections: Where are the Russians?

Nefarious activity by known or suspected hackers seems low this year. But that might not be good news and could spell trouble even after Tuesday’s vote. Full Story Here  Read More

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10 Known Unknowns of the Midterms

Talk to consultants in either party and they’re sure of a few mutually accepted truths about the midterm elections on Tuesday. White women with college degrees will be the decisive voting bloc — the very people who push Democrats over the top, or not. National security issues — from the debacle in Helsinki to President […]  Read More

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India wants ability to trace WhatsApp messages to stop violence

The Indian government is pressing WhatsApp to give it the locations and identities of people using the Facebook-owned mobile messaging app to spread fake information that has led to violence. India’s Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad asked WhatsApp vice president Chris Daniels about the action during a meeting this week, according to the […]  Read More

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Pro-Business Merkel Rival Jostles to Lead German Conservatives

BERLIN—A former rival of Chancellor Angela Merkel who seeks to replace her at the helm of Germany’s conservative party said Wednesday he would aim to renew the party and establish close ties with Western democracies but wouldn’t push for a radical overturn of current policies. Friedrich Merz, a corporate lawyer and former parliamentary floor leader […]  Read More

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The Tree Of Life | Ep. 648

The worst anti-Semitic shooting in American history rocks the country, the Left blame Trump, and a populist wins a shocking victory in Brazil. 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 […]  Read More

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10th ‘medically fragile’ child dies from adenovirus outbreak at N.J. health facility

A 10th child has died from infection at a New Jersey health facility where two dozen more are sick from an adenovirus outbreak that took hold in mid-September, the state’s Department of Health announced Wednesday. No new patients will be admitted to The Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell, New Jersey, until the […]  Read More

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Steve Stivers and the NRCC Take on Steve King

“Congressman Steve King’s recent comments, actions, and retweets are completely inappropriate. We must stand up against white supremacy and hate in all forms, and I strongly condemn this behavior.” So states Ohio Rep. Steve Stivers, head of the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), via Twitter. He’s referring to King’s endorsement of Canadian white nationalist Faith […]  Read More

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Will ‘Deepfakes’ Disrupt the Midterm Election?

Plenty of people are following the final days of the midterm election campaigns. Yale law researcher Rebecca Crootof has a special interest—a small wager. If she wins, victory will be bitter sweet, like the Manhattan cocktail that will be her prize. In June, Crootof bet that before 2018 is out an electoral campaign somewhere in […]  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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