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Low recession risk, faster growth, and unemployment at a 70-year low

Low recession risk, faster growth, and unemployment at a 70-year low

Goldman Sachs is optimistic about the US economy in 2020.

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Trump to O'Reilly: Drug cartels will be designated as ‘Foreign Terrorist Organizations'

Trump to O'Reilly: Drug cartels will be designated as ‘Foreign Terrorist Organizations'

Bill O’Reilly sat down to interview President Trump this week in a wide-ranging radio interview that was first made available to Premium Members of this website on Tuesday night and will air on radio stations in all major markets across the country over Thanksgiving week.

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London Bridge terror attack: Suspect wearing 'hoax' suicide vest shot dead after 'a number' of people stabbed - latest news

London Bridge terror attack: Suspect wearing 'hoax' suicide vest shot dead after 'a number' of people stabbed - latest news

A terror suspect wearing a hoax suicide vest has been shot dead by police on London Bridge after he stabbed "a number" of people in central London.

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Trump Visits Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

Trump Visits Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — President Trump paid an unannounced Thanksgiving visit to American troops in Afghanistan on Thursday and declared that he had reopened peace negotiations with the Taliban less than three months after scuttling talks in hopes of ending 18 years of war.

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Polling Tailspin: After Public Hearings, Support for Impeachment Falls, and Democrats Fret

Polling Tailspin: After Public Hearings, Support for Impeachment Falls, and Democrats Fret

A few caveats before we get to the unmistakable polling trend against impeachment: First, many of the data points highlighted below were gathered before last week's testimony, so public sentiment could shift back in a pro-impeachment direction once the impact of testimony from the last few witnesses -- Amb. Gordon Sondland in particular -- gets baked into the numbers.

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Supreme Court allows Michael Mann defamation case against National Review to go forward

Supreme Court allows Michael Mann defamation case against National Review to go forward

The Supreme Court is allowing a defamation lawsuit brought by a prominent climate scientist against a free-market think tank and a conservative publication to move forward.

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Rising GOP star thrust into spotlight with Trump defense

Rising GOP star thrust into spotlight with Trump defense

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) has long been lauded by GOP leaders as a rising star in the party, and her new role as one of President Trump’s chief defenders during the impeachment hearings has thrust her into the national spotlight.

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Schiff Tells Trump to Stop Interrupting Public Hearings As He Releases Second Transcript

Schiff Tells Trump to Stop Interrupting Public Hearings As He Releases Second Transcript

Just as soon as House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff gaveled in the second day of public hearings into the impeachment inquiry against President Trump, Trump released the transcript of his first phone call with Ukrainian President Zelensky.

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Lawmaker Probes Facebook Advertisement Ban of Anti-China News Site

Lawmaker Probes Facebook Advertisement Ban of Anti-China News Site

Rep. Banks concerned ban of Epoch Times is part of effort to appease communist China

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Trump Smokes Marie Yovanovitch in Real Time During Hearing

Trump Smokes Marie Yovanovitch in Real Time During Hearing

President Donald Trump attacked former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in real time as she testified in the Trump impeachment inquiry, denigrating her career as a diplomat and asserting his “absolute right to appoint ambassadors.”

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Marie Yovanovitch Testifies in Impeachment Hearing

Marie Yovanovitch Testifies in Impeachment Hearing

The House Intelligence Committee is holding its second public hearing of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Friday.

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Yovanovitch's Moment: Will Her Testimony Help Dems or the GOP?

Yovanovitch's Moment: Will Her Testimony Help Dems or the GOP?

Former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, a key figure at the center of the Democrats’ impeachment investigation, is either a victim of Rudy Giuliani’s misplaced smear campaign or the epitome of an Obama administration holdover deep-state apparatchik working to undermine President Trump.

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Goodwin: Adam Schiff’s dull impeachment hearings are a flop

Goodwin: Adam Schiff’s dull impeachment hearings are a flop

Is that it? Is that all they’ve got? Day One of impeachment was not exactly must-see TV.

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Bloomberg Allegedly Told An Employee To Abort Her Baby: ‘Kill It’

Bloomberg Allegedly Told An Employee To Abort Her Baby: ‘Kill It’

A lawsuit filed in 1997 accused potential presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg of telling an employee to “kill” her unborn baby.

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David Bossie: Trump impeachment witch hunt must end – Whistleblower lawyer is Trump-hater who forecast coup

David Bossie: Trump impeachment witch hunt must end – Whistleblower lawyer is Trump-hater who forecast coup

An attorney for the anonymous member of the intelligence community whose complaint about a call between President Trump and the president of Ukraine kick-started the unhinged partisan impeachment witch hunt now underway has been unmasked as a rabid Trump-hater who predicted a “coup” against the president.

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