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Egypt’s Christian minority in somber mood for Easter holiday

Members of Egypt’s Christian minority flocked to traditional services this Easter weekend in somber mood following attacks last Sunday that killed 45 people, and security was especially tight at the two churches hit by the bombers.

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks on Palm Sunday targeting Egypt’s nearly 2,000-year-old Coptic Christian community and has warned of more attacks to come. The militants are waging an insurgency against security forces in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula.

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Military Strikes Cause Boom In Underground Bunker Business

The Trump administration’s increased military strikes might cause fear for some people. But for one North Texas man, it means big bucks.

Nora Holloway of Dallas is one of those folks who is concerned about the state of the world.

Citing the recent bombings in Syria, Afghanistan and the growing tension with North Korea, Holloway posted online to see if anyone wanted to “go in” on an underground bunker.

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Maxine Waters rallies Tax March crowd for Trump’s impeachment

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) renewed her call for impeaching President Trump during Saturday’s Tax March in Washington.

“I don’t respect this president. I don’t trust this president. He’s not working in the best interests of the American people,” Waters said.

“I will fight every day until he is impeached,” she added, before leading the crowd in chants of “impeach 45.”

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Tillerson’s stock rises in the White House

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson looked like he had been cast into social Siberia.

The former ExxonMobil CEO was enjoying a martini with his wife at the BLT Prime steakhouse inside the Trump International Hotel in Washington on Feb. 25, when President Donald Trump strode in with Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner and Florida Gov. Rick Scott. Nigel Farage, the former leader of the U.K. Independence Party, happened to be at the hotel and was invited to join the president’s dinner party. Tillerson, who came over to say hello as he was leaving, was not.

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Philippines: Saudi woman fleeing abuse returned to her abusers, could be killed

Why are leftist so-called feminists not taking to the streets to help women who have no voice and of who suffer the worst abuses in the Islamic world? They’re apparently too busy exhibiting their rage against white men in the free West, their hatred of the President of the United States, and pursuing paranoid trivialities, as reported by the Daily Wire, which tracked “101 things that feminists say are sexist,” including tickling and the “rape culture” supposedly perpetuated by a pizza chain that refused to change its topping.

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Petition: Stop SB 54, Don’t Let California Become a Sanctuary State

California politicians will soon vote on SB 54 – which will make California a “Sanctuary State” by prohibiting state and local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents.

SB 54 will force EVERY city and county in California to become Sanctuary Cities and Counties – resulting in the release of violent criminals back into our communities when they could instead be deported.

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DOJ withdraws lawsuit against N.C. anti-trans bathroom law

Although North Carolina replaced anti-LGBT House Bill 2 with a law that critics say still enables anti-LGBT discrimination, the U.S. Justice Department has withdrawn the lawsuit against the state filed last year under Obama administration.

In a five-page notice, the Justice Department under U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced it has voluntarily withdrawn the lawsuit filed last year by former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

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“A Suicide In Texas: By denying students due process, America’s leftist universities stand on the edge of a constitutional crisis”

here is a strange fiction that dominates American college campuses. It is the belief that America’s most “tolerant,” progressive, and sensitive communities are simultaneously virtual hellholes for marginalized members of the community, justifying emergency extra-constitutional measures designed to end oppression and defend the defenseless. Thus, the federal government hypes false statistics that a staggering 20 percent of female students will be victims of sexual assault. Thus, campuses implement disciplinary practices and policies that deny due process and treat straight men as guilty until proven innocent. And, colleges claim, it’s all necessary. After all, rape and sexual harassment represent life-changing traumas. False accusations and unjust punishment? Well, that’s just a momentary inconvenience — a small price to pay for the cause of social justice.

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The Koch Brothers Are Helping More Immigrants Get Help

For years, few of Morella Aguado’s Miami neighbors wanted to talk too deeply about their immigration status with her. Some were in the United States legally; others were not. But regardless, they preferred to keep their chatter with an immigration attorney who lived down the block on safer subjects like how their families were doing.

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The current first lady is the best thing about the Trump administration -She’s like a ‘Mona Lisa’ sphinx’

André Leon Talley went to Brooklyn on Wednesday night. In his signature look of a flowing red caftan, the fashion insider and former Vogue editor at large shared war stories from what he called the “chiffon trenches” during a conversation with journalist Tamron Hall at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Hall dressed up for the event — her Balenciaga dress, in what Talley identified as Schiaparelli pink, had a thigh-high slit that revealed bright purple Balenciaga spandex boots.

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Vice President Pence heads to Seoul as North Korea tensions flare

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will travel to South Korea on Sunday in what his aides said was a sign of the U.S. commitment to its ally in the face of rising tensions over North Korea’s nuclear program.

Pence’s Seoul stop kicks off a long-planned 10-day trip to Asia – his first as vice president – and comes amid concerns that Pyongyang could soon conduct its sixth nuclear test.

President Donald Trump has warned against further provocations, sending an aircraft carrier group to the region as a show of force. His officials have been assessing tougher economic sanctions as well as military options to curb North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.

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Noodles, not nukes: many in South Korea ignore tensions

Many South Koreans marked “Black Day” on Friday, but it had nothing to do with concerns that North Korea may conduct a weapons test, or that the United States, the South’s main ally, may launch a pre-emptive strike to stop it.

It had nothing to do with Good Friday or Black Friday either.

“Black Day” in South Korea is a day for singles, marked by eating “jajangmyeon”, a noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of black beans. It’s celebrated by singles as a response to “White Day”, an Asian Valentine’s Day which falls a month earlier, on March 14.

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U.S. May Launch Strike If North Korea Reaches For Nuclear Trigger

The U.S. is prepared to launch a preemptive strike with conventional weapons against North Korea should officials become convinced that North Korea is about to follow through with a nuclear weapons test, multiple senior U.S. intelligence officials told NBC News.

North Korea has warned that a “big event” is near, and U.S. officials say signs point to a nuclear test that could come as early as this weekend.

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