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Mayor of Pittsburgh vows to defeat hate with love

Mayor of Pittsburgh vows to defeat hate with love

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Saturday morning marked the deadliest attack on Jews in the history of the United States, when a gunman entered a sacred place in Pittsburgh and opened fire. Few minutes after Rabbi Jeffrey Myers started the Shabbat morning services at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill neighbourhood, the deadly grisly shooting began. Reports revealed…

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WEST VIRGINIA POLLS: REPUBLICANS TAKE THE LEAD OVER THE DEMOCRATS

West Virginia Polls: Republicans take the lead over the Democrats

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The Washington Examiner has reported that Republican Senate candidate Patrick Morrisey has taken the lead over Democratic incumbent Sen. Joe Manchin in West Virginia polls. The Poll of the National Republican Senatorial Committee have revealed that Morrisey, the state attorney general, was leading Manchin 44 percent to 42 percent. Libertarian Rusty Hollen has 3 percent,…

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During Texas rally, Trump officially tags himself as a ‘nationalist’

During Texas rally, Trump officially tags himself as a ‘nationalist’

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Last updated on October 27th, 2018With less than two weeks remaining for the midterm elections, President Donald Trump’s campaign rally for US Senator Ted Cruz on Monday, received an overwhelming response from the red-clad Republicans at the Houston’s Toyota Center. During the Trump texas rally, he declared himself a “nationalist”, who would fend off “corrupt,…

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US China trade war

US-China Trade War at the “beginning of the beginning”

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The US-China trade war and the billions wasted is probably the statement most would use to define the outspoken policy of Donald Trump. Besides, Trump is still in no mood to ease his tariffs on China, according to three insider sources, which had knowledge about his private conversations. The statement given by the president demands…

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Senator Joe Manchin is having a bit of a battle with a progressive backlash in West Virginia.

Manchin is having trouble with a progressive backlash in West Virginia

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There are a lot of angry Democrats since the Kavanaugh election and they are directing their anger towards Senator Joe Manchin. Manchin, the West Virginia senator, supported Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment as Supreme Justice and was the only Democrat to do that.  Nobody in his own party is impressed with him. It is the final weeks…

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Ricin- Contained letter sent to the home of Maine Sen. Susan Collins

Ricin- Contained letter sent to the home of Maine Sen. Susan Collins

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The Maine Sen. Susan Collins’ husband has revealed that the letter sent to their home is suspected to contain a deadly ricin and also that there was a specific mention of the senator’s vote to confirm Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh. Collin’s husband, Thomas Daffron was reported by the Associated Press to be at “couples’…

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Andrew Brunson released by Turkey

Will Andrew Brunson’s Release Improve Diplomatic Ties between US and Turkey?

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Turkey finally released U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson in an ode to settle the issues between the countries new lows. However, what remains to be seen is if the diplomatic relationships between the two countries will improve or not? The NATO allies have a plenty of unresolved tensions, which continue to affect the ongoing crisis in…

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democratic governors association $100 mark

Ahead of midterms, the DGA touches the $100 million mark

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On Monday, the Democratic Governors Association announced that it raised more than $100 million for the 2018 midterm cycle, with around $22.2 million of it came in September. “This is a reflection of what I call the ‘great awakening’ of the Democratic family,” said Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington. “If we’re going to have a…

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Michael Cohen is a Democrat again in an attempt to distance himself from Trump

Michael Cohen is a Democrat again in an attempt to distance himself from Trump

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Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former attorney, returned to the Democratic Party on Thursday. Cohen was serving as the Republican Party’s deputy finance chairman till May. Lanny Davis, Cohen’s defense attorney, announced on Twitter that Cohen changed his registration from Republican to Democrat in an effort to distance “himself from the values of the current”…

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