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Florida Democratic Party Chair Resigns over Allegations of Sexual Harassment


Florida Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Bittel tendered his resignation Friday after a report alleged that he sexually harassed women and created a hostile work environment.

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Donald Trump Designates North Korea as a State Sponsor of Terror


President Donald Trump revealed his intentions to declare North Korea as a state sponsor of terror.

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The Trump Era of Antitrust Enforcement Dawns

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The lawsuit to block the AT&T merger with Time Warner signals the start of an era of antitrust enforcement instead of regulation.

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U.S Sues to Block AT&T-Time Warner Mega Merger


DOJ’s Antitrust division, under the leadership of just-confirmed Assistant Attorney General Makan Delhrahim, announced Monday it would file suit to stop the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

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DHS To Send 59,000 Haitian ‘TPS’ Migrants Home if Democrats’ Refuse Immigration Deal

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Officials at the Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday that officials would not re-extend the “Temporary Protected Status” permits for 59,000 Haitians who have been living in the United States since their homeland was damaged by an earthquake in 2010. The decision to not extend the TPS status is required by law, said a senior administration official. He said: The acting secretary of homeland security, Elaine Duke, today will announce her decision to terminate the Temporary Protected Status designation for Haiti, with a delayed effective date of 18 months to allow for an orderly transition before the designation finally terminates on July 22, 2019 … based on all available information, the acting secretary determined that the extraordinary and temporary conditions as a result of the 2010 earthquake that in turn formed as the basis for Haiti’s TPS designation no longer exists, and thus pursuant to statute, the current TPS designation, must not be exxtened. The 59,000 TPS Haitians now in the United States can either return home or seek alternative legal status to remain, the official said. After that date, the Haitians will be treated as illegal aliens if they do not have alternative legal status, such as citizenship via

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Texas Governor Offers $20,000 for Info on ‘Murder’ of Border Patrol Agent

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The Office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott is offering $20,000 for information on the death of a Border Patrol agent in Texas. One agent was killed and one agent left hospitalized in serious condition after an event on the morning of November, 19, 2017. Border Patrol agents are saying that their brother in service was murdered, though federal agencies are refusing to release any additional information on what occurred.

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Report: Charlie Rose Accused of Lewd Calls, Nudity, Groping by Former Employees

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Charlie Rose, PBS interviewer and co-anchor of CBS This Morning, stands accused of sexual harassment by eight women.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Boyfriend of Roy Moore Accuser: I Don’t Believe Her

Attorney Gloria Allred (R) and Beverly Young Nelson hold up a drawing of Nelson when she was younger during a press conference on November 13, 2017, in New York, alledging that Roy Moore sexually assaulted Nelson when she was a minor in Alabama without her consent. The US Senate's top Republican on Monday urged scandal-hit conservative Roy Moore to end his Senate campaign, saying he believes the women who have accused the Christian evangelical candidate of sexual misconduct. / AFP PHOTO / EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ (Photo credit should read EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ/AFP/Getty Images)
A minister who says that he dated Beverly Young Nelson at around the same time that Young claims to have been assaulted by senatorial candidate Roy Moore says that he does not believe his ex-girlfriend about the allegations.

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Rex Tillerson’s State Department Marks ‘Transgender Day of Remembrance’

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A State Department press release in the name of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is honoring the memory of the so-called “transgender” individuals around the world on “Transgender Day of Remembrance.”

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Florida Democratic Party Chair Resigns over Allegations of Sexual Harassment

Florida Democratic Party Chairman Stephen Bittel tendered his resignation Friday after a report alleged that he sexually harassed women and created a hostile work environment.

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Donald Trump Designates North Korea as a State Sponsor of Terror

President Donald Trump revealed his intentions to declare North Korea as a state sponsor of terror.

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The Trump Era of Antitrust Enforcement Dawns

The lawsuit to block the AT&T merger with Time Warner signals the start of an era of antitrust enforcement instead of regulation.

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U.S Sues to Block AT&T-Time Warner Mega Merger

DOJ’s Antitrust division, under the leadership of just-confirmed Assistant Attorney General Makan Delhrahim, announced Monday it would file suit to stop the proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

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DHS To Send 59,000 Haitian ‘TPS’ Migrants Home if Democrats’ Refuse Immigration Deal

Officials at the Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday that officials would not re-extend the “Temporary Protected Status” permits for 59,000 Haitians who have been living in the United States since their homeland was damaged by an earthquake in 2010. The decision to not extend the TPS status is required by law, said a senior administration official. He said: The acting secretary of homeland security, Elaine Duke, today will announce her decision to terminate the Temporary Protected Status designation for Haiti, with a delayed effective date of 18 months to allow for an orderly transition before the designation finally terminates on July 22, 2019 … based on all available information, the acting secretary determined that the extraordinary and temporary conditions as a result of the 2010 earthquake that in turn formed as the basis for Haiti’s TPS designation no longer exists, and thus pursuant to statute, the current TPS designation, must not be exxtened. The 59,000 TPS Haitians now in the United States can either return home or seek alternative legal status to remain, the official said. After that date, the Haitians will be treated as illegal aliens if they do not have alternative legal status, such as citizenship via

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Texas Governor Offers $20,000 for Info on ‘Murder’ of Border Patrol Agent

The Office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott is offering $20,000 for information on the death of a Border Patrol agent in Texas. One agent was killed and one agent left hospitalized in serious condition after an event on the morning of November, 19, 2017. Border Patrol agents are saying that their brother in service was murdered, though federal agencies are refusing to release any additional information on what occurred.

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Report: Charlie Rose Accused of Lewd Calls, Nudity, Groping by Former Employees

Charlie Rose, PBS interviewer and co-anchor of CBS This Morning, stands accused of sexual harassment by eight women.

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EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Boyfriend of Roy Moore Accuser: I Don’t Believe Her

A minister who says that he dated Beverly Young Nelson at around the same time that Young claims to have been assaulted by senatorial candidate Roy Moore says that he does not believe his ex-girlfriend about the allegations.

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Rex Tillerson’s State Department Marks ‘Transgender Day of Remembrance’

A State Department press release in the name of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is honoring the memory of the so-called “transgender” individuals around the world on “Transgender Day of Remembrance.”

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