"In the United States Senate, one of the things I observed in the early days - and it's still used - and that is that you take someone's argument and then you misrepresent it and misstate and disagree with it. And it's very effective. I've done it myself a number of times. But eventually, eventually people catch on." -- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, speaking at the National Press Club in Washington

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The Israeli newspaper Haaretz has declared that Israel has suffered a "total defeat" in their war on Gaza as "the war's aims won't be achieved, the hostages won't be returned through military pressure, security won't be restored and Israel's international ostracism won't end." 

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Mayor and township supervisor Tiffany Henyard referred to the latest meeting with her constituents as a 's--- showScandal-ridden Illinois Mayor Tiffany Henyard faced waves of jeers and booing throughout a raucous meeting where she faced fed-up constituents.

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The state auditor found that despite roughly $24 billion spent on homeless and housing programs during the 2018-2023 fiscal years, the problem didn’t improve in many cities

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Since leaving office, Pence has written a book and ran for the presidency in 2024

Mike Pence, who served as vice president under former President Trump, has landed a new gig

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The LA Times corrected what an editor's note called a 'typographical error' 

Former President Trump’s name made an unexpected appearance in an O.J. Simpson obituary on Thursday.

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Jordan Montgomery signed a one-year deal the day before Opening Day

Jordan Montgomery made the most of his trade to the Texas Rangers last season as he pitched a 2.83 ERA, including the postseason, and helped them to their first-ever World Series title.

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The new rule marks the Biden administration’s latest effort to combat gun violence

Second Amendment advocates are slamming a new rule from the Biden administration that will require thousands of additional firearms dealers across the nation to run background checks on buyers at gun shows or other places outside brick-and-mortar stores. 

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Biden has repeatedly told stories throughout the years that have proven to be exaggerations if not outright false

President Biden falsely claimed earlier this week that he was the "first" person in his family to "go to college," continuing a decades-long habit of making false or embellished claims about his life.

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School allegedly accepted a request for a Pride group one week earlier

A fifth-grade girl in Washington State was denied a request to start an interfaith prayer group at h

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Levion Parker, 20, jumped from Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas ship on April 4

The father of a 20-year-old Florida man who leaped from the 11th floor of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship 57 miles from shore last week believes his "master diver" son is still alive, according to a report. 

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The gray wolf weighed 84 pounds, and the Michigan hunter reportedly confused the kill with a coyote

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has launched an investigation after a hunter recently reported his harvest, which he believed to be a coyote — but after further genetic testing, the kill proved to be something far rarer.

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Veteran editor Uri Berliner called out NPR's liberal groupthink in The Free Press

The bombshell essay penned by veteran NPR editor Uri Berliner this week is reportedly causing "turmoil" at his news organization. 

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Duo got married in July 2009; Dewan filed for divorce in 2018

After six years of deliberations, actors Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan are headed to trial to finalize their divorce settlement – and they've listed each other to testify as witnesses in the upcoming hearing. 

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The law has stoked a flurry of warnings from restaurant owners and industry insiders that the consumers will bear the cost of the minimum wage increase

A fair wage advocacy group is demanding that California’s new $20 minimum wage law for fast food workers be extended to all sectors to help working-class people who are struggling with the state's high cost of living. 

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'I don’t trust you to protect us,' congressman tells FBI's Christopher Wray

Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Calif., blatantly told FBI Director Christopher Wray that he does not trust him, while accusing him of not being transparent and standing "relatively silent" about the southern border instead of helping to shape policies on the matter, particularly regarding national security.

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Though a witness for the prosecution, Kaelin notably irked Deputy D.A. Marcia Clark during his testimony

O.J. Simpson murder trial witness and reality TV show figure Kato Kaelin spoke out to Fox News following the death of the disgraced NFL icon on Thursday, expressing his belief that he murdered his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman, despite a jury's acquittal nearly 30 years ago.

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A bipartisan pair of AIPAC-funded senators have introduced a new bill backed by the Anti-Defamation League aimed at silencing criticism of Jews and Israel and policing Americans' online speech.

The bill comes as Israel is committing an active genocide of Palestinians with US-supplied bombs and inducing a man-made famine in Gaza.

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Police departments are asking all participants to use common sense when playing the game, which involves shooting people with water guns

Multiple police departments are warning parents and community members that a nationwide game between high school students later this week could have deadly consequences.

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Speaking with Fox News Digital, Steele talks the Trump-Biden rematch, RFK Jr., and who should be Trump's VP

Former ESPN host Sage Steele has been speaking candidly about her personal politics since leaving ESPN last year, saying former President Trump is her "only choice" against President Biden.

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The NHL's board of governors would have to approve a relocation

The Coyotes' future in Arizona is in doubt. Last May, voters rejected the NHL franchise's plan for a multibillion-dollar entertainment district in Tempe.

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  • South Korea’s President Yoon, a former top prosecutor who took office in 2022, will stay in powe

  • South Korea’s prime minister and senior presidential officials have offered to resign en masse following Wednesday’s parliamentary elections.
  • Prime Minister Han Duck-soo and all senior presidentia
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Wray will say that the FBI's 'immediate concern' is that individuals will carry out terrorist attacks in US

FBI Director Christopher Wray on Thursday will warn of an "elevated threat" to U.S. public safety and national security while advocating for an increased budget.

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Simpson played in the NFL for 11 seasons, primarily with the Buffalo Bills

Former NFL running back O.J. Simpson has passed away, according to his family. He was 76.

"On April 10th, our father, Orenthal James Simpson, succumbed to his battle with cancer," they wrote on X.

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ISRAEL is "prepared for any scenario" as Iran plots an "imminent" revenge strike, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has insisted.

Tehran has vowed to "punish" Israel with a revenge strike after several of its top commanders were killed in a blitz on its consulate in Syria.

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HER latest album, The Glorification Of ­Sadness, became her sixth Top Ten hit when she released it in February.

And now Paloma Faith has admitted it could be time for a career change.

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President Joe Biden made numerous false claims about the Second Amendment during an interview that aired this week on Univision.

Biden made the remarks during the interview, which aired Tuesday, when asked by Enrique Acevedo about his anti-gun agenda, especially as it pertains to parts of the country that have large numbers of Latinos that have experienced mass shootings.

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President Joe Biden continued his turn against Israel this week, demanding that the country unilaterally agree to a ceasefire in exchange for nothing from Hamas.

Biden made the remarks during a Univision interview that aired Tuesday night when Enrique Acevedo gave him a loaded question attacking Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, asking him if Netanyahu “is more concerned about his political survival than he is in the national interest of his people.”

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NPR Editor-in-Chief Edith Chapin hit back at the scathing op-ed from a veteran NPR editor who wrote about how the outlet “lost America’s trust” and has said his colleagues “secretly agree.”

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed several pieces of legislation into law this week aimed at protecting children from sex predators and enhancing penalties for other sexual crimes.

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'When you do everything you can to get fired but the boss says NO'

Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas admitted to Congress on Wednesday that an employee who was exposed by The Daily Wire as a Hamas supporter remains on the Department of Homeland Security payroll, even as she gloats about her employment online.

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