Day: November 8, 2019

US Politics

UPDATE: Seven-Year-Old James Younger – Whose Mother Hoped to Transition to a Girl – Attends School as A BOY

A judge on Thursday ruled that Jeffrey Younger will have joint conservatorship over his 7-year-old son James, which means he will have a say in medical decisions. Life Site reported: The judge presiding over the case of Jeffrey Younger, the father who is trying to protect his seven-year-old son, James, from chemical castration via a […]

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US Politics

“I Caught the Swamp. I Caught Them All. Let’s See What Happens!” – President Trump Drops a Bombshell and Communications Director Dan Scavino Teases Major Development

For months there were rumblings that Inspector General Horowitz was going to release his report anytime on his investigation of FISA Court abuse during the 2016 election and into 2017. And for months that news was delayed. In May Attorney General Bill Barr appointed John Durham to review the origins of the Russia inquiry and […]

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US Politics

EPIC! Mark Meadows Tells Democrat Loser Eric Swalwell to “Shut Up” During Impeachment Hearing

Mark Meadows Members of the House Freedom Caucus are emerging as President Trump’s main defenders in the sham impeachment inquiry. Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) told loser Democrat Eric Swalwell to “shut up” during Alexander Vindman’s closed-door impeachment deposition. Swalwell, who dropped out of the presidential election over the summer because he was polling at zero, […]

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Finance

As deadline looms, WTO fish subsidy talks get new Colombian chief

November 8, 2019 By Emma Farge GENEVA (Reuters) – World Trade Organization (WTO) member states agreed on Friday to a new chair for talks to end harmful fishing subsidies, though an NGO said it would still take a “Herculean” effort to reach a deal before an end-December deadline. The decision came in Geneva at the […]

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Trending Stories

House releases transcripts of Fiona Hill, Alexander Vindman

Former National Security Council Director for European Affairs Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman returns to the Capitol to review transcripts of his testimony in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) OAN Newsroom UPDATED 2:15 PM PT — Friday, November 8, 2019 Testimonies from two key […]

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National News

Steve Bannon just testified for the government at Roger Stone’s trial

Former White House senior counselor to President Donald Trump Steve Bannon speaks to members of the media as he leaves court after he testified at the Roger Stone trial November 8, 2019 in Washington, DC. | Alex Wong/Getty Images Here’s what he said. As the trial of Roger Stone stretched into its fourth day on […]

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National News

Pop culture unites us as Americans. Will streaming services change that?

Vox/Zac Freeland Listen to this episode of Today, Explained, Vox’s daily news explained podcast, to find out. We’re on the precipice of the “streaming apocalypse.” That’s what Vox critic-at-large Emily VanDerWerff calls the current television landscape. In addition to the traditional TV infrastructure, we’ve also got streaming players like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, HBO Now, and […]

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US Politics

WTH? Whistleblower’s Attorney Brags About Getting Security Clearances For “Guys Who Had Child Porn Issues” #KidProQuo

Mark Zaid at Universal Studios Mark Zaid, one of the lawyers representing CIA leaker Eric Ciaramella, previously bragged about getting security clearances for “guys who had child porn issues.” Mr. Zaid in 2018 was responding to a fellow lawyer on Twitter who had claimed they helped people with past domestic abuse issues get security clearances. […]

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Finance

Exclusive: Failed Exxon talks left Petrobras stranded for auctions – sources

November 8, 2019 By Marta Nogueira, Gram Slattery and Ron Bousso RIO DE JANEIRO/LONDON (Reuters) – As the weeks ticked down to Brazil’s biggest-ever oil auction, state-run Petrobras held increasingly frantic talks to find potential partners, with the heaviest blow coming when major Exxon Mobil Corp pulled out days before, according to six people familiar […]

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National News

Fiona Hill’s testimony gives her account of a disturbing White House meeting on Ukraine

Fiona Hill, former senior director for European and Russian affairs on the National Security Council, arrives on Capitol Hill for a hearing at the U.S. Capitol October 11, 2019 in Washington, DC. | Mark Wilson/Getty Images She said an early version of the quid pro quo was conveyed to the Ukrainians. Former National Security Council […]

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