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Group affiliated with Mitch McConnell launches $3 million in Obamacare repeal and replace ads

Group affiliated with Mitch McConnell launches $3 million in Obamacare repeal and replace ads One political advocacy group is making their Obamacare message loud and clear. The group One Nation, who has ties to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, announced they be running a series of ads across nine states to emphasize both repealing and replacing, reports Axios. Protests for and against Obamacare The television ads will set One Nation back $3 million. The group said they hope to target vulnerable Democratic senators in nine battleground states. The ads highlight…

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Where is Kellyanne Conway? Trump adviser reportedly banned from TV

Where is Kellyanne Conway? Trump adviser reportedly banned from TV After being one of President Donald Trump’s most prominent unofficial spokespeople on television in recent months and weeks, Kellyanne Conway has been conspicuously absent from television — and we may now know why. According to a new report from CNN, a network Trump has repeatedly labeled as “fake news” in recent weeks, Trump administration officials told Conway to stop appearing on television after a series of comments that spurred questions about her credibility. The White House denied the veracity of…

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This store was ranked America's favorite retailer for the 5th time in a row

This store was ranked America’s favorite retailer for the 5th time in a row Despite making headlines for a change in their return policy and notoriously dropping Ivanka Trump’s brand, Nordstrom still reigned supreme as America’s favorite fashion retailer. In fact, this is the 5th time in a row they have won the title. After a national poll conducted by Market Force Information by 10,000 consumers, Americans ranked their top fashion retailers based on customer satisfaction, retailer experience and whether or not they would recommend the brand to others. Check…

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Cops save puppy that ate shoplifting owner's heroin while left in truck

Cops save puppy that ate shoplifting owner’s heroin while left in truck A 4-month-old puppy left alone in a Texas parking lot nearly died from a heroin overdose after eating his owners’ stash, authorities said. The tiny Chihuahua mix was found by police in a locked truck, lying on the passenger side’s floorboard. He was barely breathing and seemingly comatose, Carrollton Police Department spokeswoman Jolene DeVito told InsideEdition.com Wednesday. Read: After Living on the Streets, Beat-Up Pit Bull Won’t Stop Cuddling with New Owner His owners had left him inside…

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Man puts on Bruno Mars flash mob to propose at Mardi Gras parade

Man puts on Bruno Mars flash mob to propose at Mardi Gras parade A surprise flash mob was already shocking enough for this Texas woman, but she had no idea her boyfriend, who was leading the whole routine, was going to drop down to one knee by the end of the song. Read: Woman Scores Miraculous Half-Court Shot Before Boyfriend Disguised as Mascot Proposes Josh Galloway, 26, of Galveston rushed into the route of the annual Mardi Gras parade with more than 10 of his friends in a surprise flash…

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FOX News laments absence of Todd Starnes' book 'Deplorables' on NYT best-seller list

FOX News laments absence of Todd Starnes’ book ‘Deplorables’ on NYT best-seller list FOX News Radio host Todd Starnes’ book, “The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again,” was released more than a week ago. According to FOX News, despite the paperback’s large sales, it has not appeared on the New York Times’ best-seller list. RELATED: Books written by Presidents The media outlet further notes that Amazon and a number of other publications have acknowledged the book’s success. It does, indeed, have a #1 ranking on Amazon. The online retailer…

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Suspect in 2005 cold case killing of dismembered Brooklyn teen linked to 2nd teen slaying

Suspect in 2005 cold case killing of dismembered Brooklyn teen linked to 2nd teen slaying BROOKLYN, New York (WPIX) — An amazing revelation came in Brooklyn Supreme Court Wednesday in the cold-case killing and dismemberment of Brooklyn teen Rashawn Brazell, whose body parts were found in trash bags in 2005 in a subway tunnel. It turns out the accused, Kwauhuru Govan, was charged in November 2016 with the 2004 murder of 17-year-old Sharabia Thomas, who had disappeared on her way to school in Bedford-Stuyvesant for a field trip. Obscure 2004…

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N-world sign may become a factor in Florida's gubernatorial race

N-world sign may become a factor in Florida’s gubernatorial race Many people in Tampa, Florida were quite shocked recently when they reportedly saw an N-word laden protest sign attached to a large truck. The alleged targets are Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Home Depot, reports Politico. It features the former’s picture and the well-known logo of the latter. RELATED: President Trump holds rally in Florida Across the bottom are images of the Nazi and Confederate flags. The sign also references Buckhorn’s potential run for governor of Florida, along with text, “Every…

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Vice President Pence joins cleanup at vandalized Jewish cemetery

Vice President Pence joins cleanup at vandalized Jewish cemetery While visiting Missouri on Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence made a stop at the St. Louis-area Jewish cemetery that was vandalized over the weekend. “There is no place in America for hatred or acts of prejudice or violence or anti-Semitism,” Pence said while visiting the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Missouri. Around 180 headstones had been knocked off their bases at the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery. Most, if not all, had been replaced by Wednesday afternoon. Pence joined Missouri…

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Cellphone video shows Anaheim struggle between 13-year-old boy and off-duty LAPD officer who fired weapon

Cellphone video shows Anaheim struggle between 13-year-old boy and off-duty LAPD officer who fired weapon Anaheim, Calif. (KTLA) Cellphone video captured a physical struggle between an off-duty LAPD officer and a 13-year-old boy that led to the officer firing his weapon and the teen in Anaheim police custody. Cellphone video recorded by a witness shows an altercation between an off-duty LAPD officer, right, and teens in Anaheim on Feb. 22, 2017. The incident happened around 2:40 p.m. Tuesday near Euclid Street and West Palais Road, close to Loara High School,…

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