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LAPD officers fatally shoot man after stabbing rampage near CNN Hollywood

A man wielding a butcher knife stabbed three people along Sunset Boulevard and inside a Jack in the Box restaurant in Hollywood before police shot and killed him Tuesday afternoon, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.

The attacker, who went on a rampage along Sunset about 2 p.m., also tried to enter a nearby coffee shop, but a customer held its glass door shut, witnesses reported.

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Democrats boycott confirmation hearings for Price and Mnuchin, blocking votes

Democrats intensified their opposition to President Trump on Tuesday by further delaying the confirmations of several of his Cabinet nominees, prompting a bitter showdown with Republicans who accused them of paralyzing the formation of a new administration.

First, Democrats boycotted a Senate committee scheduled to take two votes, one on Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), Trump’s nominee for secretary of health and human services, and the other on Steve Mnuchin, his choice to lead the treasury. Then, they blocked a vote on Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), Trump’s nominee for attorney general.

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Kermit Gosnell, America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer

Masked by innocuous language like “pro-choice” and “reproductive care,” and protected by a media conspiracy of silence, the grim reality of abortion rarely surfaces in our cultural awareness, as it did with the recent undercover videos exposing Planned Parenthood’s moral vacuum. But a new book about the chilling crimes of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, America’s most prolific serial killer, highlights that ugly reality in an even more horrifying but compelling fashion.

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The smarter and more influential the Supreme Court nominee is, the harder the Democrats will fight against them

Here is a simple rule of thumb: you can judge the caliber of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee by how angry the Democrats get. The smarter and more influential the nominee, in an important sense the more qualified they are, the angrier Democrats will get.

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has said that he will fight “tooth and nail” against any nominee who isn’t “mainstream.” But Trump gave voters his list of potential nominees and election exit polls show that 21 percent of voters considered U.S. Supreme Court appointments to be the most important factor in casting their votes.

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Obama criticizes Trump a little more than one week after leaving office

President George W. Bush stayed out of President Barack Obama’s business for the eight years Mr. Obama ruled the country. It took a little more than one week for Mr. Obama to criticize President Donald Trump.

Through his spokesman, Mr. Obama said he was “heartened” by all of the anti-Trump protests that have erupted throughout the nation.

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Most Countries Targeted By Trump Have Discriminatory Entry Policies

At least six out of the seven countries targeted by President Donald Trump’s latest executive order have entry policies that discriminate against Israel.

Trump signed an executive order Friday temporarily prohibiting citizens from seven majority Muslim countries — specifically Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen — from entering the U.S.

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What’s the real deal on this ‘Muslim ban’?

What does this executive order do?

The Executive Order has four main policies

1) Places a 90 day moratorium on entry to the U.S. from the seven countries named in a 2015 law aimed at requiring stricter vetting for people entering from Iran or countries overrun by jihadist violence.

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Goldman CEO takes lead on Wall Street in slamming Trump travel ban

Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump’s order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries.

In a voicemail to employees on Sunday, Blankfein said diversity was a hallmark of Goldman’s success, and if the temporary freeze became permanent, it could create “disruption” for the bank and its staff.

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Trump Feud: Azealia Banks Shares Rihanna’s Phone Number During Online Beef

Feuds about Donald Trump’s policy decisions continue to divide a nation and turn colleagues into enemies — even celebrities. Azealia Banks and Rihanna have gotten into an ugly social media battle over the President’s decision to prevent refugees from seven Muslim nations into the United States. The fracas that followed hit a peak when Banks posted Rihanna’s personal phone number online.

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Tensions simmer below surface as Trump, Republicans map strategy

When President Donald Trump was elected last November, Republican lawmakers enthusiastically joined his call to rewrite the tax code and dismantle Obamacare in the first 100 days of his presidency.

But as congressional Republicans gathered for an annual policy retreat in Philadelphia on Wednesday, the 100-day goal morphed into 200 days. As the week wore on, leaders were saying it could take until the end of 2017 – or possibly longer – for passage of final legislation.

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Trump fires acting Attorney General

In a stunning turn in a four-day drama that has defined his young presidency, President Trump, at 9:16 p.m. Monday, announced the firing of the acting attorney general who had defied him on his migrant-travel ban, saying she “has betrayed the Department of Justice.”

Until the confirmation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Trump named Dana J. Boente, a 31-year Justice Department veteran, as acting A.G.

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Syrian refugee passed through customs despite Trump’s ban

A Syrian refugee entered the United States through JFK Airport despite President Trump’s indefinite ban on admitting people fleeing the civil war-ravaged Middle Eastern country, an immigration lawyer said Monday.

The unidentified Syrian had a “refugee travel document” and “was not technically detained” before passing through customs on Sunday, said Camille Mackler of the New York Immigration Coalition.

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Murdoch Sons Decry Trump’s Immigration Ban: “Immigration Is an Essential Part of America’s Strength”

The Murdoch sons are the latest figures in Hollywood to respond to President Donald Trump’s immigration and travel ban.

On Monday, 21st Century Fox executive chairman Lachlan Murdoch and CEO James Murdoch sent a memo to colleagues and employees decrying Trump’s executive order, which assures employees that they “value diversity and believe immigration is an essential part of America’s strength.”

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