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Shia LaBeouf Arrested At His Trump Protest

Shia LaBeouf was arrested in New York City early Thursday morning and charged with misdemeanor assault after getting into an altercation with another man at an anti-Donald Trump performance art demonstration he’s been live-streaming since Inauguration Day, the NYPD said.

Police tell ABC News that around 12:35 a.m., LaBeouf, 30, engaged in a verbal dispute with the man, a 25-year-old resident of the Bronx.

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White House: ‘We Are Officially Putting Iran on Notice’

Without elaborating, Michael Flynn told White House reporters: “As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice.”

Washington earlier declared the test to be “absolutely unacceptable”.

Iran confirmed on Wednesday it had tested a missile over the weekend, but denied violating a UN Security Council resolution.

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Are We Going To Freak Out Every Time Trump Does What He Promised?

Three months ago, Candidate Trump promised that on Day One of his presidency he would, if elected, “suspend immigration from terror-prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur.” President Trump didn’t get around to that until Day Seven, which means he was a week late. Yet everyone is acting as if this all came out of the blue.

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Hillary Clinton reacts to Trump travel ban: ‘This is not who we are’

As protests against President Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban erupted Saturday at airports across the country, former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke out on Twitter.

“I stand with the people gathered across the country tonight defending our values & our Constitution,” she tweeted Saturday night. “This is not who we are.”

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Why most congressional Republicans probably won’t be speaking out against Trump’s travel ban

On the face of it, there are plenty of reasons for congressional Republicans to oppose President Trump’s travel ban for people from seven predominately Muslim countries.

You could argue that Trump may just have implemented a version of a religious test for refugees that many Republicans criticized during the campaign. As jihadist groups hail Trump’s move, national security experts warn it could actually make our country less safe. Top GOP political groups affiliated with the Koch brothers condemned it. Protests against and individuals affected by it dominated the news this weekend.

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Republicans to start rapid rollback of Obama regulations

Republicans in Congress are moving this week to help President Donald Trump roll back business regulations imposed by the Obama administration, with a focus on the oil, gas and mining industries.

The Republicans want to use the Congressional Review Act, a 1996 law that has until now been used to strike down a regulation only once, to achieve a speedy rollback of regulations introduced in the Obama administration’s final year.

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Will Lady Gaga criticize Donald Trump in Super Bowl halftime show?

The Super Bowl is the most-watched television program in America, and the halftime show is the most-watched 12 minutes of entertainment, which offers a unique opportunity for performers. Given that ads for Super Bowl LI are running in the $5 million-per-30-seconds range, the halftime show is well north of $100 million worth of publicity for a performer: time enough to move some serious product … or speak one’s mind to the largest audience imaginable.

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LeBron James, tired of being criticized, fires back: ‘Screw Charles Barkley’

LeBron James is tired. Tired of carrying the Cleveland Cavaliers. And tired of Charles Barkley.

A week after James ripped his general manager’s team-building efforts, drawing criticism from the media, including TNT’s “Inside the NBA” crew, the Cavs star let loose to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin: “I’m not going to let him disrespect my legacy like that,” James said of Barkley.

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About 900 State Department officials sign protest memo

About 900 U.S. State Department officials signed an internal dissent memo protesting a travel ban by U.S. President Donald Trump on refugees and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, a source familiar with the document said on Tuesday, in a rebellion against the new president’s policies.

A senior State Department official confirmed the memorandum had been submitted to acting Secretary of State Tom Shannon through the department’s “dissent channel,” a process in which officials can express unhappiness over policy.

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UN Braces as Trump’s Detente With Russia Upsets Balance of Power

President Donald Trump’s outreach to Russia is reverberating through the United Nations, where U.S. allies worry that a partnership between Washington and Moscow could undermine a historic balance of power dating to the early days of the Cold War.

For decades, the five veto-wielding members of the 15-nation Security Council have fallen into two camps — France, the U.K. and the U.S., referred to as the P3, on one side and Russia and China on the other.

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North African youth gangs attack Chinese migrants in Paris streets amid rising tension

The streets of Paris have erupted into inter-migrant strife as North African youths have targeted ‘rich’ Chinese migrants amid growing tensions.

Police in France recorded more than 200 attacks on Chinese immigrants last year, mostly from hostile migrant gangs.

This comes amid a growing perception that recent migrants from North Africa have become “too demanding” and consider themselves “victims” who deserve pity.

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Radio stations in several states hacked with anti-Trump rap

Radio stations in South Carolina and several other states say their signals were hacked and interrupted by an anti-Donald Trump rap song that contained obscene language.

Multiple media outlets report a radio station in Salem, South Carolina, had its signal hacked Monday night and replaced by a rap played on a loop for at least 15 minutes, making a vulgar reference to Trump.

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What you need to know about Colorado judge Neil Gorsuch, Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court

For several days, Gorsuch, a justice on the Denver-based 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, has stayed on the short list of nominees expected to fill the seat of Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last year. Also there: William Pryor Jr. of the 11th Circuit and Thomas Hardiman of the 3rd Circuit – though Trump could go in a different direction, too.

Gorsuch is considered a top pick for reasons both legal and political.

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