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FLASHBACK – Reports: Obama’s 2008 Campaign Reps Talked with Iran, Hamas

Depending on what took place, the alleged contacts with Iran may have violated the Logan Act, which bars citizens from negotiating with foreign governments in dispute with the United States. It may be questionable whether Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip, legally qualifies as a foreign government.

In 2008, Robert Malley stepped down as an informal foreign policy adviser to Obama’s campaign when it was revealed that he met with Hamas members.

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Paris riots latest: Violence approaches Eurostar hub and police attacked

WIDESPREAD suburban rioting spilled into central Paris last night as hundreds went on the rampage over the alleged rape of a young black man by French police.

Officers were forced to unleash tear-gas on angry crowds as buildings and rubbish bins were set on fire around the Barbes Metro station, which is just around the corner from the Eurostar hub at Gare du Nord.

As fire crews went in to extinguish the blazes, lines of riot police were attacked, and shops were looted.

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Best Source of Better Health Care: Yourself

On Jan. 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy gave the shortest inaugural address in our nation’s history. The soaring speech, noted for its brevity and clarity, is also remembered for its plethora of memorable phrases, many recited in schools and lecture halls still today.

Perhaps the most oft-quoted phrase is, “My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.”

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Legal expert says O.J. Simpson could be released from prison this summer

O.J. Simpson has been incarcerated at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada since 2008 after being sentenced to 33 years in prison, all stemming from an incident at a Las Vegas hotel room from which Simpson attempted to forcefully reclaim memorabilia.

The former Bills star and Hall of Fame running back, now 70, was charged with and found guilty on 12 counts, including conspiracy, burglary, robbery, kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon.

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Trump rhetoric has created ‘atmosphere of terror’ for immigrants, advocate says

On paper, last week’s raids of immigrants seem routine: Both federal enforcement officials and local activists agree the arrests align with raids that occurred under former President Barack Obama’s administration. But the timing of the raids, less than a month into an administration vowing to crack down on people living in this country illegally, has intensified the fears of immigrants, even those with legal status.

Chicago’s enforcement office made 235 arrests across six states — Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Kansas and Missouri — during an operation that began Feb. 4 and concluded Friday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Gail Montenegro said. Forty-eight of those arrests occurred in the Chicago area.

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott blasts NFL for wading into “bathroom bill” debate

Gov. Greg Abbott is blasting the NFL for raising the prospect that Texas’ so-called “bathroom bill” could impact future events in the state — wading into a debate he has so far mostly steered clear of.

“The NFL is walking on thin ice right here,” Abbott told conservative radio host Glenn Beck on Tuesday. “The NFL needs to concentrate on playing football and get the heck out of politics.”

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Special Ops chief: More than 60,000 ISIS fighters killed

The US Special Operations head said Tuesday that the US and its allies had eliminated more than 60,000 ISIS fighters.

“We have killed over 60,000,” Gen. Raymond “Tony” Thomas, commander of US Special Operations command, told a symposium Maryland.

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Hillary Clinton dances on Michael Flynn’s political grave following his late-night resignation

One of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s top critics throughout the 2016 presidential election was former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

Flynn was an early surrogate of President Donald Trump and a frequent guest on Republican-leaning Fox News programs. At the 2016 Republican National Convention, Flynn led the crowd in chants of “lock her up,” due to allegations Clinton mishandled classified information via a private email server. Flynn and his son, Michael Flynn Jr., were also advocates of the “pizza-gate” theory, where people believed a family pizza parlor in Washington, D.C., was the home of a pedophile sex club run by Democrats.

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Gallup: Americans Split on Trump’s Handling of Economy

Americans are split almost evenly on their views of President Donald Trump’s handling of the economy, with 48% approving and 47% disapproving. Of four key focuses of the new administration, the economy is the only issue with more Americans approving than disapproving.

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Obamacare is more popular than ever, so now Democrats get around to hitting GOP on it

Now that it’s on the chopping block, Obamacare has never been more popular. And with Republican attempts at a rapid repeal sputtering, Democrats are hoping to exploit a legislative lull.

Ahead of a congressional recess next week, Democratic leaders in the House and Senate are asking their members to host rallies, visit hospitals and talk to enrollees in their districts over the next week in a bid to keep former president Barack Obama’s prized domestic achievement alive.

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Democrats bracing for town hall protests directed at them ask Bernie Sanders for help

Senior Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday sought to stave off town hall protests from their own party, asking Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) to reach out and urge activists to redirect their anger at Republicans instead of at moderate Democratic lawmakers.

The request came in a weekly meeting of top Democratic senators, according to a senator in attendance, ahead of a congressional recess next week when lawmakers in both parties are expected to face large crowds stirred in recent weeks by President Trump’s early executive actions and ongoing Republican attempts to revamp the Affordable Care Act.

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