Day: November 6, 2019

US Politics

Oklahoma Lawmakers File Bill to Rename Famous “Route 66” Portion After Historic President Donald Trump

Oklahoma lawmakers are pushing a bill that will rename a portion of the historic Route 66 in Oklahoma after historic President Donald J. Trump. KPLR 11 reported: Two lawmakers in Oklahoma have filed a bill to rename a portion of Route 66 “President Donald J. Trump Highway.” The bill was filed Tuesday by Senators Nathan […]

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Global News

Water crisis builds in Egypt as dam talks falter, temperatures rise

November 6, 2019 By Nadeen Ebrahim FAYOUM, Egypt (Reuters) – Ahmed Abd-Rabo used to get all the water he needed to feed his crops 50 km (30 miles) from Egypt’s River Nile. Then supplies in the canal linking his seven acres to the river dwindled as other farmers drew more water, and he had to […]

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US Politics

“Coup Has Started” – Whistleblower’s Attorney Mark Zaid Said in 2017 Tweets Calling For Trump’s Impeachment

From what we know so far the current participants in the latest coup attempt to remove Donald Trump include a who’s who of liberal politicians. Activist attorney Mark Zaid, who represents the anti-Trump CIA “whistleblower” Eric Ciaramella is linked to Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta. Zaid’s old tweets are coming back to haunt him […]

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Living & Culture

James Dean set to appear in a movie six decades after his death, horrifying fans

November 6, 2019 By Jill Serjeant (Reuters) – James Dean is coming back from the dead to appear in a new movie, a Hollywood production company said on Wednesday, causing an uproar about the idea of reincarnating one of America’s most beloved film icons. Magic City Films said it had obtained the rights from Dean’s […]

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Global News

Iran fuels centrifuges, resumes uranium enrichment at Fordow

November 6, 2019 By Parisa Hafezi DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran resumed uranium enrichment at its underground Fordow nuclear facility, the country’s Atomic Energy Organisation (AEOI) said on Thursday, further stepping away from its 2015 nuclear deal with major world powers. The agreement bans enrichment and nuclear material from Fordow. But with feedstock gas entering its […]

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National News

Kentucky’s Republican governor Matt Bevin lost reelection, but isn’t conceding just yet

Gov. Matt Bevin of Kentucky speaks with the media prior to a campaign rally for US President Donald Trump on November 4, 2019 in Lexington, Kentucky. | Bryan Woolston/Getty Images Republican Gov. Matt Bevin is demanding a recanvass of results. Here’s what comes next. Kentucky’s Republican governor Matt Bevin lost reelection to Democrat Andy Beshear […]

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US Politics

Schiff Star Witness Bill Taylor Admits His Sole Source For Info on Trump-Ukraine Dealings Related to Biden Crime Family Was Fake News NY Times!

Bill Taylor House investigators on Wednesday released the transcript of Schiff’s star impeachment witness Bill Taylor’s testimony to the Intel Committee to the public. Bill Taylor is the anti-Trump Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine and Schiff’s star witness who was also involved with the whistleblower early on. Recall, newly released travel documents […]

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Global News

UK PM’s election campaign launch marred by gaffe, resignation, doctored video

November 6, 2019 By Elizabeth Piper and William James BIRMINGHAM, England/LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to fire up supporters with a Brexit rallying cry on Wednesday after the first day of his election campaign was marred by a ministerial resignation, a gaffe about a deadly tower blaze and a doctored video […]

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Global News

Family tells how 13-year-old boy hid siblings in Mexico massacre

November 6, 2019 By Lizbeth Diaz BAVISPE, Mexico (Reuters) – After watching gunmen shoot dead his mother and two brothers, 13-year-old Devin Langford hid six surviving siblings in nearby bushes and walked for miles in a rugged expanse of northern Mexico to get help. The harrowing account was given by members of three Mexican-American Mormon […]

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National News

Amazon tried to buy a new Seattle City Council. It doesn’t look like it worked.

Amazon Employees for Climate Justice lead a walkout and rally at the company’s Seattle headquarters on September 20, 2019. | Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images Amazon’s money may help defeat its biggest political foe, but its chosen candidates are not expected to have a majority on the city council. Amazon poured nearly $1.5 million into local elections […]

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