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  • Protesters gather near Trump's Palm Beach home, bow their heads

    In Palm Beach, Florida, home to President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, several hundred people gathered carrying anti-Trump signs as they prepared to march as part of Saturday’s planned protests. Across the globe, people hit the streets on the anniversary of Trump’s inauguration, marching against his policies and in support of the #MeToo movement against sexual assault and harassment. In Palm Beach, a group of women wearing red cloaks and white hats like the characters in the book and TV...

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  • National Hockey League

    NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Top three teams in each division and two wild cards per conference advance to playoffs.Florida 4,...

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  • National Basketball Association

    ___Toronto 86, San Antonio 83Brooklyn 101, Miami 95Memphis 106, Sacramento 88Washington 122, Detroit 112Phoenix 108, Denver 100L.A. Lakers 99, Indiana 86New...

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  • How Obama Spent His 1st Year Out of Office

    Leaving office was a change Barack Obama could believe in. In the year after he handed the most powerful job in the world to Donald Trump, Obama's foray into post-presidential life has included globe-trotting, book-writing, speech-giving and the unmistakable perks of semiprivate life — like sleep and nights out with Michelle, his wife and former first lady, NBC News reported. Government Shutdown Takes Effect After Senate Talks Fail And while he has managed to largely stay out of the chaos...

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  • Congresswoman Tells How She Chose Life for Her Daughter Who Was Given No Chance for Survival

    Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Wash.) on Friday shared the story of how she and her husband chose not to get an abortion despite learning that their daughter had zero chance of survival, because she had no kidneys and undeveloped lungs from of a condition that was usually fatal upon birth. Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit...

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  • Out-of-control bushfire is raging in the Royal National Park

    Firefighters are battling two out-of-control bushfires in NSW with one closing the Royal National Park in Sydney's south, and the other threatening homes in the NSW Southern Tablelands.

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  • Supreme Court to rule on Trump administration travel ban

    The Supreme Court has agreed to decide the legality of the latest version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel to the United States by residents of six majority-Muslim countries. The justices plan to hear arguments in April and issue a final ruling by late June. The action follows last month's ruling by the federal appeals court in San Francisco that struck down the travel ban. The federal appeals court in Richmond, Virginia, also is considering a challenge to the ban. Last month, the high...

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  • WH Budget Director: OMB Preparing for 'The Schumer Shutdown'

    OMB Director Mick Mulvaney indicated that he will encourage federal agencies to use carry-forward funds (or funds that they are sitting on) or to use transfer authority to make the shutdown "much less impactful." Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit production of The Media Research Center) DONATE

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  • Blood test to detect 8 cancers early gives promising results

    The test detects mutations in 16 genes tied to cancer and measures eight proteins that often are elevated when cancer is present.

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  • Clues Sought in Copter Crash That Killed Zimbabwean Leader

    A husband and wife who pushed for political change in Zimbabwe, an adventurous Texas investor and a pair of decorated pilots died in a fiery helicopter crash in a remote area in the U.S. state of New Mexico. Investigators will comb through the charred wreckage in search for clues as to why the helicopter carrying the group of prominent friends went down after dark Wednesday. Former Classmate of Tortured Child Recalls Him as 'Famished' Friends and family members confirmed Thursday that...

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  • National Popcorn Day: Hit The Movies For 50% Off Popcorn & More Epic Deals

    Happy National Popcorn Day! In honor of this special day, one movie theater chain is giving moviegoers a major deal. Here’s where to score some popcorn for free and more now!

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  • 'I Hate You, Americans': ISIS Leader Who Grew Up on NJ Shore

    Looking back at the jokes now, the lines like "I hate you, Americans" from a young man named Zulfi Hoxha don't seem so funny now. Hoxha, now 25, was a bus boy when he worked at a Margate, New Jersey, restaurant with Joseph Cacia. The ISIS Soldier Who Grew Up at the Jersey Shore "We used to joke around like, 'We know you can’t stand us Americans.' And he would laugh like, haha, 'Yeah, we can’t stand you Americans,'" Cacia told NBC10. "But you didn’t think he was serious. You thought he was...

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  • Republicans Demanding Release of House Intel Committee Documents That Will 'Shock' Americans

    The House intelligence committee is allowing all members of Congress to read a memo reportedly detailing FISA surveillance abuses by the U.S. government, and Republicans -- shocked by what they're seeing -- are now pressing for the memo's public release. Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit production of The Media Research...

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  • Six to face trial accused of National Action membership

    The decision by the Government to ban the far-right group came into force in December 2016.

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  • Former Classmate of Tortured Child Recalls Him as 'Famished'

    A former college classmate of one of the 13 tortured children said she will never forget the young man who wore the same clothes every day and didn't looked anyone in the eye. Angie Parra took a music class with one of the older children of the brood at Mount San Jacinto College. She described the young man as a "sweet, but odd introvert" in an interview with NBC4. 'Human Depravity': Couple Accused of Years of Child Torture Parra also said he was "famished" and recalled when he scarfed down...

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  • Regular beatings, strangulation and starvation: Charges against Turpins offer chilling look into abuse

    If convicted as charged, they face up to 94 years to life in prison, according to the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. People from all over the world are offering to adopt these c…

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  • LA Times Parent Company Launches Probe of Publisher

    The parent company of the Los Angeles Times said Thursday it is investigating allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate workplace conduct involving the paper's publisher Ross Levinsohn. The alleged conduct all predated Levinsohn's employment at the Times. The announcement from Tronc came after National Public Radio reported on its flagship news program "All Things Considered" and in a story on its website that Levinsohn had been sued in sexual harassment cases while working previously...

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  • 57.9% of Illegals Caught at Southwest Border in FY17 Not Mexican

    A bollard style border fence in the Border Patrol's El Paso Sector (Photo/U.S. Customs and Border Protection) (CNSNews.com) - Only 42.1 percent of the “deportable aliens” that the U.S. Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit production of The Media Research Center) DONATE

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  • Poll: 56% of Americans Say Abortion 'Morally Wrong,' 76% Want Major Restrictions on Abortion

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  • Airborne radiation near Fukushima nuke plant still far higher than gov't max

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  • Grandparents reveal details about 13 siblings allegedly starved and tortured by parents

    (CBS News)- LOS ANGELES — The grandparents of 13 starved and tortured siblings say their son’s family looked happy and healthy when they last visited California six years ago. “Th…

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  • Love in the air: Pope marries two flight attendants on papal plane in Chile

    (AP) – Pope Francis celebrated the first-ever airborne papal wedding on Thursday, marrying two flight attendants from Chile’s flagship airline at 36,000 feet during a flight from Santia…

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  • ICE Official: Illegals Who Witness Crimes by MS-13 Gang Should Not Fear Deportation

    An Immigration and Customs Enforcement official told the House Homeland Security subcommittee on Thursday that illegal immigrants who witness crimes by gang members like MS-13 should not fear being deported if they come forward, because there are protections for witnesses who cooperate with law enforcement. Please support CNSNews today! (a...

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  • A Space Station Is Falling to Earth. No Need to Freak Out

    A Chinese space station that hasn't hosted any astronauts since 2013 is expected to plunge to Earth in late March. The Tiangong-1 station will mostly burn up during reentry and experts say that while it's hard to predict where any fragments might land, the risk to humans on the ground is small, NBC News reported. Blaze Bernstein's Parents Speak Out on Death of Son An Aerospace analysis found that “the risk that an individual will be hit and injured by a piece of debris is estimated to be less...

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