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Big business gung-ho on Trump overhaul of U.S. economy

The head of the nation’s largest business group on Wednesday said the U.S. has a “once in a generation chance” to reshape a slow-growing American economy, but he also cautioned that a golden opportunity could be lost if stiffer trade barriers get in the way.

Thomas Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, outlined a series of initiatives that he said would bolster the economy, such as tax cuts, regulatory relief and more spending on public works.

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Iran nuclear deal is in the crosshairs and may not survive a Trump administration

The Iran nuclear deal was written with several “sunset” provisions setting expiration dates, some of them 15 years into the future, when restrictions on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program would lift.

Then Donald Trump was elected president, and a sunset on the deal itself became possible. During the campaign, Trump regularly denigrated the Iran agreement. He vowed, at turns, to walk away from the 2015 accord, or renegotiate it, or enforce it so rigorously that it might collapse on its own.

Trump is expected to take a more confrontational approach with Iran, showing no tolerance for even small breaches of what was agreed upon. The strategy seems designed to increase pressure on Iran, stopping what critics consider backsliding or cheating, but also to compel it to moderate its actions elsewhere in the region.

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Like so many mass shooters, the Fort Lauderdale suspect has a history of domestic violence

In the year before he allegedly shot and killed five strangers in the Fort Lauderdale airport, 26-year-old Esteban Santiago had at least five encounters with police in Anchorage, Alaska, according to new reports. The incidents included two accusations that he had choked his girlfriend. The Anchorage Daily News reports that one of the encounters, last January, led to charges of assault and criminal mischief. In that incident, Santiago’s girlfriend called the police and said he was yelling at her and had tried to smash in her bathroom door. When an officer arrived, the door had been bashed off its frame, and the girlfriend said he had hit her and tried to strangle her.

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Republicans pass sweeping bill to reform ‘abusive’ U.S. regulation

Republicans on Wednesday passed a bill in the House of Representatives that touched on nearly every step U.S. agencies take in creating and applying new rules, continuing their blitz to radically reform “abusive” federal regulation of areas from the environment to the workplace.

In a 238-183 vote, the House passed the “Regulatory Accountability Act,” which combined eight bills aimed at changing how the vast government bureaucracy runs. Only five Democrats voted for it.

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Families of Americans killed in ISIS attacks sue Twitter for supporting terrorism

Families of two American victims of Islamic State terrorist attacks in Europe, represented by Shurat Hadin, have sued Twitter in a civil action for terrorism, charging that the social media giant allowed the terror group to proliferate online.

The lawsuit, filed in a federal New York court on Sunday and announced Monday, was on behalf of the relatives of three US nationals who were killed by ISIS in Belgium and Paris.

In the lawsuit, the plaintiffs seek monetary compensation “in amounts to be determined at trial,” arguing that Twitter “has violated, and is continuing to violate, the [US] Anti-Terrorism Act.”

The families of New York siblings Sascha, 26, and Alexander Pinczowski, 29, who were killed in a metro bombing claimed by ISIS in Brussels on March 22, are one of the lawsuits plaintiffs.

Family members of Nohemi Gonzalez, 26, an American student killed by ISIS in Paris in the November 13, 2015, attack that claimed the lives of at least 130 people, are the lawsuits other plaintiffs.

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Washington Post Reporter Doubles Down On Fake News About Guns

It’s bad enough when a newspaper like the Washington Post publishes fake news, but it’s even worse when its own reporters double down on their ignorance and refuse to correct the record when blatant journalistic errors are brought to their attention.

Washington Post reporter Mike Rosenwald published a lengthy attack on efforts to remove suppressors–mufflers for firearms that can reduce the report of a gunshot by approximately 30 decibels–from the list of highly regulated items covered by the National Firearms Act of 1934.

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Father of DNC staffer mysteriously gunned down in DC denies his son gave Wikileaks emails despite rumors his death was part of a cover up

‘Anyone who knew Seth knew that wasn’t the way he would have handled the problem,’ Rich’s father, Joel Rich, told Fox News. ‘He would not go outside the system.’

During an August interview, Assange suggested the DNC leak may have been the work of an insider. But he told DemocracyNow he didn’t know their identity, and wouldn’t reveal if he did.

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Larry Elder: President Obama’s Legacy Is ‘Donald J. Trump’

Nationally syndicated Salem Radio talk-show host Larry Elder joined “Hannity” to discuss President Barack Obama’s legacy following his farewell address Tuesday night. When Sean Hannity asked the question of Obama’s legacy, Elder gave a succinct yet telling response. “His legacy, Sean, is Donald J. Trump,” Elder said. “That’s what his legacy is and the fact that the majority of the American people feel that we’re on the wrong track economically, on the wrong track in terms of foreign policy.” During the interview, news was breaking related to the unverified report of President-elect Donald Trump’s possible ties to Russia. Hannity then mentioned the various instances of alleged Russian hacking

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Why this former Facebook exec turned investor dumped all his stock and bought Amazon instead

Chamath Palihapitiya, the former Facebook executive turned technology investor, is going all-in on Amazon and Alphabet. But he’s bearish on Apple, for the time being.

Palihapitiya said Amazon is the most important company on the planet, so much so that he dumped all of his Facebook stock and moved it into the e-commerce giant. He’s stated in the past that Amazon will reach a $3 trillion valuation in 10 years.

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Steve Harvey faces backlash for mocking Asian men

Steve Harvey has caused trouble with a new clip from his show.

The talk show host has come under fire for comments he made about Asian men during his “Steve Harvey Show” on Friday. A clip of the moment began gaining viral attention after it circulated online this week.

During the show, Harvey shares a 2002 book cover with the title “How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men.”

“Excuse me, do you like Asian men?” he said. “No, thank you.”

He said if there was a similar book titled “How to Date a

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By Robert Garrison

Last night, journalism breathed its last breath at CNN and BuzzFeed as they decided to release a story based on unsubstantiated and unverified sources. Both “news” organizations had months to verify and substantiate their sources for this story.

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ICYMI: 5 Emails Showing The DNC Was Coordinating With The Press

Conservatives have alleged for years that the media is slanted in favor of Democrats, a charge that is normally met with scorn and eye rolls from the elitist left. But the Democratic National Committee emails exposed by WikiLeaks have proven that the DNC did in fact collude with the media. Here are five emails showing that this happened.

1. Politico’s Kenneth Vogel, the epitome of journalistic slime, sent a copy of a story to the DNC before he sent it to his editors. Vogel sent the full story on April 30 under the subject line: “per agreement … any thoughts appreciated.” After receiving the story, which was negative toward Hillary Clinton’s fundraising, DNC national press secretary Mark Paustenbach wrote to communications director Luis Miranda: “Vogel gave me his story ahead of time/before it goes to his editors as long as I didn’t share it. Let me know if you see anything that’s missing and I’ll push back.”

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Marijuana DOES cause schizophrenia and triggers heart attacks, experts say

Marijuana does raise the risk of getting schizophrenia and triggers heart attacks, according to the most significant study on the drug’s effects to date.

A federal advisory panel admitted cannabis can almost certainly ease chronic pain, and might help some people sleep.

But it dismisses most of the drug’s other supposedly ‘medical benefits’ as unproven.

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