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Thousands chant ‘Allahu Akbar’ for Farrakhan in Detroit

During his appearance at Joe Louis Arena, Farrakhan denounced Jews and told them they are not God’s “chosen” people.

“I want to disabuse the Jews today of the false claim that you are the chosen of God — that Israel or Palestine belongs to you,” he said.

“I want to disabuse you of that. I’m going to tell you about your future. You that think you have power to frighten and dominate the peoples of the world. I’m here to announce the end of your time,” Farrakhan said, slamming his hand on the podium.

He blamed the world’s ills on white people.

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Trump explains odd rally reference to Sweden terror attack

Plenty of people were puzzled Sunday after President Trump, at a Florida rally a day earlier, seemed to reference an incident in Sweden that happened Friday — including the Swedish government.

The Swedish Embassy in Washington reached out early Sunday to the State Department to find out what Trump meant, since neither the Swedish Foreign Ministry nor the Scandinavian country’s national police were aware of a terror-related attack, the Dagens Nyheter newspaper reported.

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Is Angelina Jolie done with Hollywood? And does Hollywood even care?

Angelina Jolie’s first public statement on her divorce from Brad Pitt occurred not on Entertainment Tonight, nor in the pages of a glossy magazine. Rather she expressed her feelings sat barefoot and cross-legged in a tent in Cambodia, where her interviewer wasn’t Jimmy Fallon, but a journalist from the BBC World Service.

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Italy’s anti-discrimination chief quits after gay sex club scandal

The head of Italy’s anti-discrimination office resigned on Monday after accusations that government funds meant to promote diversity projects and tackle racism had been earmarked for gay sex clubs masquerading as cultural centers.

Francesco Spano quit just hours after an investigative TV program showed his department had authorized funding of up to 55,000 euros ($58,400) each for at least three such clubs.

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Hollywood: Paramount’s Brad Grey is merely collateral damage in an industry that’s figuring out how to survive

It’s one of the worst-kept secrets in journalism that most public figures play a role in creating their obituaries. They don’t decide the wording of the stories or even the angles such final assessments take; but prominent people usually grant major newspapers interviews about their lives and careers, often multiple times over the years, and in doing so subtly shape how they’ll be perceived.

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Mike Flynn & FBI Investigation: Bureau Had No Basis for It

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was dismissed amid a torrent of mainstream-media reporting and disgraceful government leaks (but I repeat myself). Among the most intriguing was a New York Times report the morning after Flynn’s resignation, explaining that the former three-star Army general and head of the Defense Intelligence Agency was “grilled” by FBI agents “about a phone call he had had with Russia’s ambassador.”

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Thank NBC News Joins The ‘Fake News’ Parade

In the avalanche of “Fake News” stories over the past seven days—led by the mass media hysteria in the wake of President Trump using most reporters as punching bags during his solo news conference at the White House—none can top the ridiculous new gold standard of fake news posted Saturday by NBC News.

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Americans brimming with optimism on the economy

A strong majority of Americans say the U.S. economy is running strong, and most believe the upward trend will continue under President Trump, according to a Harvard-Harris poll provided exclusively to The Hill.

The survey found that 61 percent view the economy as strong, against 39 percent who say it is weak.

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A tale of two cities: What happened when factory jobs moved from Warren, Ohio, to Juarez, Mexico

Chris Wade reached into the darkness to silence his blaring alarm clock. It was 4:30 on a frigid winter morning in Warren, Ohio, and outside a fresh layer of snow blanketed the yard.

Thank God, Wade thought to himself. He would be able to get out his plow and make some quick cash.

Money never used to be a problem for Wade, 47, who owned a house with a pool back when he worked at Delphi Automotive, a parts manufacturer that for years was one of the biggest employers in this wooded stretch of northeastern Ohio.

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Rand Paul: We’re very lucky John McCain’s not in charge

Sen. Rand Paul (Ky.) ripped fellow Republican Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) on Sunday after McCain criticized President Trump’s escalating war of words with the media.

He argued that the nation is “very lucky” that Trump is president and not McCain, who won the 2008 GOP nomination but lost to Barack Obama in the general election.

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Iran in new military drills despite US warnings

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard is to conduct military drills next week, a senior commander announced Saturday, despite warnings from the United States and fresh sanctions over a ballistic missile test.

“The manoeuvres called ‘Grand Prophet 11’ will start Monday and last three days,” General Mohammad Pakpour, commander of the force’s ground units, told a news conference.

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