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  • NRATV correspondent used white nationalist talking point on air to fearmonger about immigrants

    Chuck Holton, a correspondent for the National Rifle Association's broadcast outlet NRATV, echoed a longtime white nationalist talking point when he accused the Democratic Party of trying to “import another group of voters” from “the Third World” in order to “to stay in power in perpetuity.” During the January 4 edition of NRATV’s Stinchfield, host Grant Stinchfield attacked Democrats in Congress for allegedly creating “fugitive havens” instead of supporting “anything that will make us safer...

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  • Taylor scores 24 points, hits key free throws in UCF victory

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - B.J. Taylor scored 24 points, including two clutch free throws to seal the win, and Central Florida defeated Temple 78-73 in an American Athletic Conference opener on Wednesday night. Shizz Alston made two free throws and Nate Pierre-Louis' 3-pointer brought Temple to within 66-63 near the
  • Dem Sen. Kaine: Trump 'Wants Immigration as a Talking Point to Rev People Up'

    Wednesday on CNN’s “New Day,” Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) weighed in on the ongoing partial government shutdown over border wall funding, claiming President Donald Trump is using immigration “as a talking point to rev people up.” Kaine also urged Trump to reopen the government before negotiating a deal. “I concluded [Trump] does not care about the policy on this,” Kaine told host Alisyn Camerota. “He wants immigration as a talking point to rev people up and he’s willing to say anything. ‘Mexico will...

  • Brickbat: Talk, Talk, Talk

    An Argentine radio host has agreed to a plea deal that requires him to have a feminist guest on his show each week for five months. Angel Etchecopar must let the women speak for 10 minutes without interruption and cannot criticize them after they leave. Prosecutors had charged him with making "disrespectful, insulting, denigrating and discriminatory" remarks about women on his show.
  • Senate immigration talks fall apart

    A last-ditch effort by a group of Senate Republicans to reach a deal to end the partial government shutdown and clinch a long-stalled immigration deal quickly unraveled on Thursday.Senators said their talks were ba

  • E-Verify absent from immigration policy talks

    Nobody in the heated debate over border security and illegal immigration is talking about requiring businesses to check whether workers are in the country legally. The omission belies broad agreement that mandatory use of E-Verify, the government's online system to confirm workers' legal status, would dramatically reduce illegal immigration by
  • Pompeo to hold talks with North Korea this week

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is about to hold high-level talks in Washington D.C. with North Korean senior official Kim Yong Chol on Thursday or Friday, and both sides are fine-tuning details, a South Korean newspaper said.