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Trump signs executive order that could gut Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate

President Donald Trump signed an executive order late Friday giving federal agencies broad powers to unwind regulations created under the Affordable Care Act, which might include enforcement of the penalty for people who fail to carry the health insurance that the law requires of most Americans.

The executive order, signed in the Oval Office as one of the new president’s first actions, directs agencies to grant relief to all constituencies affected by the sprawling 2010 health-care law: consumers, insurers, hospitals, doctors, pharmaceutical companies, states and others. It does not describe specific federal rules to be softened or lifted, but it appears to give room for agencies to eliminate an array of ACA taxes and requirements.

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Trump to develop missile defense system against Iran, North Korea

The Trump administration intends to develop a “state of the art” missile defense system to protect against attacks from Iran and North Korea, the White House said in a policy position posted on its website on Friday.

The statement, posted on the White House website within minutes of Donald Trump’s inauguration, did not provide details on whether the system would differ from those already under development, its cost or how it would be paid for.

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After Trump vows to end ‘radical Islamic terrorism,’ writer rips ‘terrifying’ speech—and pays for it

One of the most stirring moments of President Donald Trump’s inaugural address Friday was his promise to “eradicate” the scourge of radical Islamic terrorism from the planet.

“We will reinforce old alliances and form new ones,” Trump said, “and unite the civilized world against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the Earth.”

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L.A. City Council approves hiring an ‘immigrant advocate’ at City Hall

In a move with symbolic timing, the Los Angeles City Council chose the day of Donald Trump’s swearing-in as America’s 45th president to approve the hiring of an “immigrant advocate” at City Hall.

Pointing to Trump’s forceful statements on immigration, council President Herb Wesson told his colleagues the city needs to be prepared for policy changes. “We have a responsibility to protect all the residents of the city,” Wesson said Friday.

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Why Trump’s team invited leaders of Israel’s settler movement to attend the inauguration

For nearly half a century, American presidents of both parties have joined the rest of the international community in condemning Israeli settlements on Palestinian lands and labelling them one of the main obstacles to peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

Then Donald Trump won the presidency. And today, three prominent leaders of Israel’s settler movement are being treated as honored guests at Trump’s inauguration ceremony and ball, both of which they were explicitly invited to attend.

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Manning, Sharpton illustrate loony left’s leanings

When I heard that President Barack Obama was commuting the prison term of Private Manning, I couldn’t help but, once again, think of what happened to Julius and Ethel Rosenberg on June 19, 1953.

Were the Rosenberg’s guilty of murder? No, there was one charge, that they passed vital secrets to their political pals in the Soviet Union. No, I’m not directly comparing the crimes of the Rosenbergs to those of Private Manning, but they both involved exposing vital military information to the enemy.

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The White House website’s page on climate change just disappeared

“The requested page “/energy/climate-change” could not be found.”

That is all that remains of the White House’s webpage on climate change, at least at the official White House page. The Obama team moved Information about climate change previously hosted on the White House site to

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Obama-Era Rule Changes Haunts Senate Democrats

A little over three years ago, Senator Mitch McConnell stood on the Senate floor and issued a warning to the Democrats who then controlled the majority.

“I say to my friends on the other side of the aisle, you’ll regret this,” McConnell, then the minority leader, told them. “And you may regret it a lot sooner than you think.”

At the urging of Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democrats had just voted along strict party lines to change the rules of the Senate, deploying what had become known in Washington as “the nuclear option.

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Madonna Says “F–k” 3x on CNN, MSNBC at Women’s March on Washington D.C. 2017

Madonna dropped three f-bombs during her remarks at the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday. The singer’s remarks aired uncensored on C-SPAN, CNN and MSNBC.

The Queen of Pop began her remarks by addressing the crowd of an estimated 500,000 women (and men) in the nation’s capital and alluding to Donald Trump becoming the 45th President of the United States, saying “Welcome to the revolution of love, to the rebellion, to our refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny, where not just women are in danger but all marginalized people, where being uniquely different right now might truly be considered a crime.

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Trump sets record for most prayers in inaugural ceremonies

President-elect Donald Trump will set a record with the amount of prayers during his inaugural ceremonies Friday.

Trump, who is starting the day at St. John’s Church for a service at 8:30 a.m., will have six religious prayers as part of the ceremony, three invocations and three benedictions.

President Trump will be a boon and a challenge for the cable news business

able news networks had reason to feel bittersweet about the end of 2016 as Donald Trump’s historic campaign for the White House drove their ratings to record levels. But in the days leading up to his inauguration as the 45th president of the United States, Trump’s continuing love-hate relationship with them is providing a compelling sequel.

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