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Biden signs executive order rescinding controversial 1776 Commission

Biden signs executive order rescinding controversial 1776 Commission

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication President Biden signed an executive order shortly after his inauguration on Wednesday that rescinded the Trump administration’s controversial 1776 Commission.The order rescinding the commission comes just days after the Trump administration generated following its commission’s release of the 1776 Report, which was written response to The New York Times’s 1619 Project.The report, which was released on Martin Luther King Jr. Day earlier this week, went after critical race theory and pushed back on criticisms that the Founding Fathers were...

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Harris to be sworn in by Justice Sotomayor using Thurgood Marshall's Bible

Harris to be sworn in by Justice Sotomayor using Thurgood Marshall's Bible

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication © Getty ImagesVice President-elect will be sworn into office by Supreme Court Justice  on a bible that once belonged to first the African American to serve on the Supreme Court, Thurgood Marshall, a source familiar with the plans told The Hill. Harris has credited both justices as inspirations for her career. Harris chose Sotomayor, the high court's first Latina member, because she was inspired by her background in civil rights as well as her past work as a prosecutor, an experience they both share, the source said. Before becoming the first Black...

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Feds: New York man among Capitol rioters who said they wanted to kill Pelosi, Pence

Feds: New York man among Capitol rioters who said they wanted to kill Pelosi, Pence

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication Federal prosecutors said a New York man was arrested on several charges  for his role in the deadly riot by a pro-Trump mob at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month and for allegedly discussing killing House Speaker (D-Calif.) and Vice President Pence.According to from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, Dominic “Spaz” Pezzola, 43, was arrested and charged on Friday with unlawful entry, destruction of government property and obstruction of an official proceeding over his alleged criminal activities in the Jan. 6 riot.An...

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Maxine Waters in impeachment speech says Trump 'capable of starting a civil war'

Maxine Waters in impeachment speech says Trump 'capable of starting a civil war'

Follow Us   © 1996-2021 News Communication Rep. (D-Calif.) on Wednesday assailed in remarks from the House floor as the chamber prepared to vote on whether to impeach the president for a second time. “I rise in support of impeaching again,” Waters emphasized with a pointed finger as she began her address, “the worst president in the history of the United States.“This president has spent four years abusing his power, lying, embracing authoritarianism [and] radicalizing his supporters against democracy,” she continued. “This corruption poisoned the minds of his supporters, inciting them to...

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Secret Service making changes to presidential detail amid concerns current members are aligned with Trump: report

Secret Service making changes to presidential detail amid concerns current members are aligned with Trump: report

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication The Secret Service is planning to add a number of agents that previously worked with President-elect Biden when he served as vice president to his presidential detail in the coming weeks, .While it’s not unusual for staffing changes to be made to the presidential detail when a new administration assumes office, the new moves come as allies of the incoming president have expressed concerns about how some agents may align with , the Post noted.The Secret Service has faced scrutiny in recent months following by members of the presidential detail to...

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Ohio deputy who fatally shot Casey Goodson once said his job was to 'hunt people': 'I love it'

Ohio deputy who fatally shot Casey Goodson once said his job was to 'hunt people': 'I love it'

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Jason Meade, the Ohio deputy who has attracted national attention in recent weeks after he fatally shot 23-year-old Casey Goodson in Columbus , is facing more scrutiny after audio of past comments he made about his job during a sermon in 2018 resurfaced online. In obtained by of comments he made at an event held by the Ohio State Association of Free Will Baptists two years ago, Meade, who is also a Baptist pastor, could be heard discussing the work he did as a Franklin County Sheriff's deputy, including hunting people.“I work for the sheriff’s...

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Black family in Texas say cars set on fire, house vandalized with 'Trump 2020' sign

Black family in Texas say cars set on fire, house vandalized with 'Trump 2020' sign

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © GoFundMePolice in Dallas, Texas, are investigating after a local Black family saw their vehicles set aflame and their home and “Black Lives Matter” sign vandalized in an incident the family says is a hate crime.The crime occurred last week around midnight on Wednesday, family members . As part of the crime, Jayla Gipson told the network that “Trump 2020” was also spray-painted on their garage door.Gibson, 36, told the news network she believes the incident came in response to the family putting up a “Black Lives Matter” sign outside their home in...

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French minister suspends Paris police officers over beating of Black man

French minister suspends Paris police officers over beating of Black man

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © gettyPolice officers in Paris were suspended this week after they were recorded punching a Black man and beating him using a truncheon without apparent cause,  Thursday.According to the news agency, three officers were suspended immediately after footage emerged of the attack. The victim has been identified as an artist named Michel.French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin ordered the officers suspended, the AP reported.The attack reportedly took place on Saturday, shortly after officers followed the man into his music studio, where officers beat...

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Putin not ready to recognize Biden win

Putin not ready to recognize Biden win

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Russian President said he won’t recognize President-elect ’s projected victory in the U.S. election until the results are confirmed “in a legitimate, legal way” or until the former vice president's win is “recognized by the opposing party.” According to , the Russian leader made the comment during remarks on state-owned television on Sunday.“We will work with anyone who has the confidence of the American people,” Putin stated. “But that confidence can only be given to a candidate whose victory has been recognized by the opposing party, or after the...

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Fauci rips White House coronavirus approach

Fauci rips White House coronavirus approach

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Dr. , the nation’s leading disease expert, took aim at the White House’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak as the country has seen a spike in cases as it approaches winter, saying “it’s not a good situation.”“We’re in for a whole lot of hurt. It’s not a good situation,” Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, told in an interview this weekend. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said “all the stars are aligned in the wrong place as you go into the fall and winter season, with people...

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Democrats accuse Kushner of 'casual racism' over comments about Black Americans

Democrats accuse Kushner of 'casual racism' over comments about Black Americans

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Getty ImagesWhite House senior adviser sparked backlash from Democrats on Capitol Hill after he that Black Americans had to “want to be successful” in order for ’s economic policies to work more effectively. “Jared Kushner is the face of white privilege and nepotism. He doesn't want to change our racist, broken system because he benefits from it,” Rep. (D-Calif.) said in a tweet shortly after his comments. “He’s the last person that should be lecturing the Black community on the value of ‘hard work.”Rep. (D-Wis.) was more forceful.“Trust fund...

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Lara Trump defends president's rhetoric after 'lock her up' chants about Whitmer at rally: 'He was having fun'

Lara Trump defends president's rhetoric after 'lock her up' chants about Whitmer at rally: 'He was having fun'

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication 's daughter-in-law, , defended him on Sunday after he drew criticism over “lock her up” chants his crowd directed toward Michigan Gov. (D) at his rally the night before.The president told attendees, “You gotta get your governor to open up your state, OK? And get your schools open. Get your schools open. The schools have to be open, right?” Some of the audience in Muskegon, Mich., began chants of “lock her up” not long after. Moments later, as the chants continued, President Trump responded, “Lock ‘em all up.”The rally came about a week and a half...

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Puerto Rican newspaper picks Biden in first presidential endorsement

Puerto Rican newspaper picks Biden in first presidential endorsement

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Getty ImagesDemocratic presidential nominee notched the first presidential endorsement from El Nuevo Día, the largest circulated Puerto Rican newspaper, as he courts Latino voters ahead of the election. The former vice president's campaign announced the endorsement early Sunday, pointing to a newly published  from the newspaper, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.The editorial, titled “Joe Biden’s plan for Puerto Rico,” initially accuses the Trump administration of having “shown an overwhelming amount of inattention, disdain and...

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Trump wanted to rip open shirt to show Superman T-shirt when leaving Walter Reed: report

Trump wanted to rip open shirt to show Superman T-shirt when leaving Walter Reed: report

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication  considered staging his own Clark Kent moment as he exited last week from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center by ripping open a button-down to reveal a Superman T-shirt underneath, according to .The Times reported on Saturday that during several phone calls from inside the hospital last weekend, Trump shared the idea of appearing frail when he emerged from the facility then exposing the Superman T-shirt underneath his top layer, which he described as a symbol of strength, according to sources with knowledge of the conversations.Trump...

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Majority in new poll says Supreme Court vacancy should be filled by election winner

Majority in new poll says Supreme Court vacancy should be filled by election winner

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © GettyA majority of registered voters says the Supreme Court seat left vacant after the death of Justice should remain open until after the presidential election, according to a .Fifty-two percent of respondents in the poll released on Monday said the winner of the coming presidential election, which is just 22 days away, should decide Ginsburg’s replacement and that the Senate should delay the vote to confirm the appointee until next year.By contrast, 44 percent of voters back a Senate vote on ’s conservative Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy...

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Trump's Hollywood star smashed by someone in Hulk costume: report

Trump's Hollywood star smashed by someone in Hulk costume: report

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Getty Images’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star was destroyed again late last week when a person dressed in a Hulk costume took a pick axe to it.According to the , local authorities confirmed the vandalism took place on early Friday. No arrests have yet been made, the paper reported.The vandalism reportedly happened shortly after Trump confirmed that he and the first lady had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which has said in the past it won't remove stars, told the Times that a replacement marker will be...

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Trump's personal assistant tests positive for coronavirus

Trump's personal assistant tests positive for coronavirus

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Nick Luna, one of ’s personal assistants, is the latest White house aide to receive a positive coronavirus diagnosis, .The new outlet noted that Luna works closely with Trump and serves as one of the president’s “body men.”The Hill has reached out to the White House for comment on the aide’s reported diagnosis, which comes several days after Trump and first lady were confirmed to have for coronavirus.The first couple’s diagnosis was announced shortly after it was discovered White House adviser had also tested positive for the illness. In the days...

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Megan Thee Stallion sends message to Kentucky attorney general during 'SNL' performance

Megan Thee Stallion sends message to Kentucky attorney general during 'SNL' performance

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Megan Thee Stallion took a few moments during her performance on “Saturday Night Live” to urge fans to “protect” Black women while also sending a message to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R), who continues to face criticism for his handling of the case involving the police killing of Breonna Taylor.While performing her hit track, “Savage,” on the show's season premiere late Saturday, the rapper and her dancers paused briefly as the sound of eight gun shots rang out in the background. The rapper then played snippets of audio from a speech...

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Trump: 'We moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem. That's for the evangelicals'

Trump: 'We moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem. That's for the evangelicals'

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication on Monday claimed that he "moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem" for "the evangelicals," appearing to refer to his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and relocate the U.S. embassy there.The president made the remarks during a rally in Oshkosh, Wisc., on Monday afternoon. The moment came as the president boasted of his administration’s performance over the past four years while also railing against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and the previous administration on the first day of the Democratic National...

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'Anonymous' Trump official calls for voting him out of office

'Anonymous' Trump official calls for voting him out of office

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication The anonymous Trump administration official who wrote a bombshell New York Times op-ed about resistance efforts within the White House is urging voters to make a one-term president in a new update to their tell-all book. by Politico on Monday, the author tells readers in the preface to a new edition of their  “A Warning” that the president’s reelection “will mean a nation undone” and lead to “a continued downward slide into social acrimony, with the United States fading into the background of a world stage it once commanded, to say nothing of the...

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Cheney calls pardoning Snowden 'unconscionable' after Trump says he's considering it

Cheney calls pardoning Snowden 'unconscionable' after Trump says he's considering it

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Rep. (R-Wyo.) said on Sunday that pardoning former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden “would be unconscionable” after said he was considering the idea at a recent press conference.“Edward Snowden is a traitor. He is responsible for the largest and most damaging release of classified info in US history. He handed over US secrets to Russian and Chinese intelligence putting our troops and our nation at risk,” Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House, tweeted on Sunday afternoon, adding; “Pardoning him would be...

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Pelosi calls for House to return this week over Postal Service crisis

Pelosi calls for House to return this week over Postal Service crisis

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication Speaker  (D-Calif.) is calling on House lawmakers to return from recess early this week to vote on legislation prohibiting the U.S. Postal Service from making any changes to operations it had in place starting this year.Pelosi in a statement Sunday evening said she was calling on the lower chamber to cut recess early to vote on the measure brought forth by House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairwoman (D-N.Y.), called the Delivering for America Act.Pelosi also called on members of Congress to “participate in a Day of Action on Tuesday by...

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Colorado police officer suspended after using fake name to post 'kill them all' comments about protesters

Colorado police officer suspended after using fake name to post 'kill them all' comments about protesters

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Courtesy Colorado Springs Police DepartmentA Colorado police officer has been placed on temporary suspension after it was learned he posted online comments under a fake name saying “kill them all” on live Facebook coverage of a protest in June, an official confirmed this week.Colorado Springs Police Department Chief Vince Niski said in an on Monday that the officer, Sgt. , was handed a 40-hour suspension, which he noted amounted to more than $2,000 in lost pay, and was removed from his specialized unit as a result of an internal investigation...

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Facebook removes Trump post, citing false COVID-19 info

Facebook removes Trump post, citing false COVID-19 info

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © GettyFacebook has taken down a post from ’s official page, saying it contained “false claims” related to the novel coronavirus.The post included  on "Fox & Friends" early Wednesday morning in which he pushed for schools to resume in-person classes amid the pandemic, stating that young people are .In a statement , a Facebook spokesperson said, “This video includes false claims that a group of people is immune from Covid-19 which is a violation of our policies around harmful Covid misinformation.”Facebook has previously , though Wednesday's action...

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Two Black moms say Secret Service handcuffed them, separated them from kids with no cause

Two Black moms say Secret Service handcuffed them, separated them from kids with no cause

Follow Us   © 1996-2020 News Communication © Getty ImagesTwo Black mothers are demanding an investigation after they were reportedly detained by Secret Service officers brandishing guns during a visit to the National Mall with their babies.India Johnson, 26, and Yasmeen Winston, 25, told  that they planned to take their two babies, Sir Quincy and G’esus, ages 13 months and 6 months old respectively, to visit the World War II Memorial earlier this summer. However, they said, their plans quickly came to a halt when a Secret Service police vehicle sped into the front of their car shortly after...

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