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The Democrats May Need a Blue Tsunami to Win Back the House in 2018

Democrat Conor Lamb’s apparent feat in the special election in southwestern Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district—a 627-vote domain Republicans contend they may contest—is a ideal painting of how big 2018’s blue call has to be to overcome the swing-state barriers combined by the GOP. Lamb’s district is heavily gerrymandered, definition electorate …

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ICE arrests Toa Alta woman, partner for prolongation child pornography

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Following a mention by the Toa Alta Municipal Police, a lady of this locality and her partner were arrested Tuesday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents for prolongation of child pornography. Both arrests were executed but incident. HSI …

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Former Nashville Judge Indicted on Additional Federal Obstruction Charges

Tennessean A sovereign grand jury returned a superseding censure against a former Nashville, Tennessee judge on deterrent and other charges stemming from a scheme in which he abused his central position for personal gain. Cason “Casey” Moreland, 60, of Nashville, Tennessee, was creatively indicted in Apr 2017 on 5 depends …

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Joe Lieberman applauds Trump’s collect of ‘tremendously gifted’ Mike Pompeo to lead State Department

Former Sen. Joe Lieberman praised President Trump’s assignment of CIA Director Mike Pompeo to turn secretary of state, job him a “tremendously means person” who in traffic with Iran will be “a clever fan of the cause.” During an eventuality on Capitol Hill on Thursday, the longtime Connecticut politician explained …

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Sarah Sanders has an ‘impossible job’ under Trump, says New York Times’ Maggie Haberman

The New York Times’s Maggie Haberman pronounced Thursday dusk White House press secretary Sarah Sanders has an “impossible job” after Sanders released a rejection of a report that pronounced President Trump was prepared to fire inhabitant confidence confidant H.R. McMaster. “This is actually an unfit pursuit for any press secretary,” …

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