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Trump's decision to appoint Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon as his White House strategist has also been condemned by Democrats who say Breitbart is an alt-right news site that includes news articles meant to incite white nationalists.
  • US court blocks overtime expansion pay rule for 4 million

    US court blocks overtime expansion pay rule for 4 million

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    Critics say it's wrong that some retail and restaurant chains pay low-level managers as little as $25,000 a year and no overtime - even if they work 60 hours a week. Justin Jones believes the Fair Labor Standards Act needs to be updated and that higher salary minimums for employees exempt from overtime pay are a good idea.
  • Education Secretary King calls for end to paddling students

    Education Secretary King calls for end to paddling students

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    According to the publication, corporal punishment in schools undermines the promotion of non-violent means for conflict resolution. According to most recent data provided by King, 110,000 students were subject to corporal punishment in the 2013-2014 school year.
  • No. 16 Wisconsin beats Georgetown 73-57 in Maui semifinals

    No. 16 Wisconsin beats Georgetown 73-57 in Maui semifinals

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    OR faces Tennessee in the loser's bracket on Tuesday. The game went to overtime tied at 56 after OR had a poor shooting performance in regulation. The Vols had 25 turnovers and shot 37 percent, though managed to keep the Ducks within reach. Shembari Phillips led Tennessee (1-2) with 16 points, and Detrick Mostella and Robert Hubbs III had 12 each.
  • Kellyanne Conway Says Trump Won't Pursue an Investigation of Clinton

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    The race has been over for almost two weeks, but ballots are still be tallied-both postal ballots and votes from individuals whose eligibility couldn't be verified. According to the Cook Political Report , Clinton received 63.6 million votes, more than any USA presidential candidate in history except Barack Obama.
  • Trump's lobbyist ban complicates administration hiring

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    The policy is an expansion of current ethics rules that prevents lawmakers and administration officials from becoming lobbyists for two years after leaving the government. A document dated November 10 apparently from the transition obtained by Politico required transition staffers to pledge they would not work on any transition area "if I have engaged in regulated lobbying activities with respect to such matter, as defined by the Lobbying Disclosure Act, within the previous 12 months".
  • Leaking fire retardant creates foam sea outside San Jose airport

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    One biker chose to courageous the foam, riding straight through it. "Why the system went off here I don't know", Matlow said . The company said the foam isn't toxic. The foam was a chemical used as a fire retardant. It was caused by the accidental discharge of fire-fighting foam, according to an official with Corporate Communications.
  • Kansas police seek public help in search for missing newborn

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    Police said no "Amber" alert was issued in the search for the missing child because investigators have no suspect. Police have interviewed friends and family of the victim but so far have uncovered no new leads. Another neighbor says before he knew the age of the missing baby, he thought it might've been his own daughter, gone missing. It is important to understand what the criteria is for an Amber alert to be issued.
  • Students Across US Protest Trump

    Students Across US Protest Trump

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    School officials said no teachers were involved in organizing the protest. Unrest and protest in major cities across the nation has continued. At the same time numerous protests have been influenced by various pseudo-left organizations promoting identity politics and oriented to pressuring the Democratic Party.
  • In complete reversal, Obama refuses to criticize Trump

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    During the campaign, President Obama called Donald Trump unfit for the presidency, but at a press conference today, he had a more measured response when asked about that stance. Amid protests from Trump's opponents and fears in minority communities of violence, oppression or deportation, Obama said he believes Trump wants to be president "not just for the people who voted for him but for the people at large".
  • 29 celebrities who love and endorse Donald Trump

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    Ryan noted that he congratulated Trump and his running mate Mike Pence on their victory, and discussed the possibility of working together on important issues facing the country. Ryan then became more bullish - slightly - about Trump, writing an opinion piece in CNN the weekend before Election Day arguing in favor of voting for Republicans.
  • Forest Fires Burning Across the South

    Forest Fires Burning Across the South

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    The Rock Mountain Fire has grown to more than 4,100 acres and is 10% contained, according to the US Forest Service. "We have California wildfires in North Carolina", McCrory said , referring to the blazes that devastated parts of California this year.
  • West Virginia at Texas

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    They survived - just as they did earlier this year against BYU, and just as they did against Kansas State. Howard, from Fort Worth, has been a solid quarterback for West Virginia the last two seasons. With the Longhorns sitting at midfield, Foreman broke free for a 32-yard run to advance to the West Virginia 18-yard line . "It's a challenging place to go play, but (those games are) always exciting, too".
  • Mississippi's QB recruit leads Rebels by Aggies

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    It was December 5, 2014 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Patterson threw for 233 yards to lead Calvary Baptist over Catholic New Iberia to win the Louisiana Division III state championship. - A Texas A&M victory would keep the Aggies undefeated (5-0) at Kyle Field in 2016. Patterson was a five-star recruit once upon a time and will now be thrust into action in relief of Kelly .
  • Congressional GOP pledges swift action on Trump's agenda

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    Opponents of a proposal to legalize marijuana in ME say they are ready to request a recount if the race is called in favor of the ballot initiative. "Decreasing the size of state government without hurting those that are most vulnerable and are most dependent on our services", Kaufmann said during a conference call with reporters Wednesday afternoon.
  • Sketches To Get You Pumped For Dave Chappelle On Saturday Night Live

    Sketches To Get You Pumped For Dave Chappelle On Saturday Night Live

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    He's our president. I feel bad saying it, I'm staying at a Trump hotel right now. "Boss said it was OK". Here are five sketches to get you pumped up for Chappelle's return. Chappelle kicked off the skit dressed as Negan, ready to bash heads in from the now-infamous episode of " The Walking Dead " that saw Glenn and Abraham's untimely end.
  • New Hampshire delivers the very first Election Day results

    New Hampshire delivers the very first Election Day results

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    Those die-hard voters were proud to have the first word on the big vote. Independent Gary Johnson won one vote and Mitt Romney turned up as a surprise write-in candidate winning one vote. Nancy DePalma, a hotel worker voting in Dixville for the first time, said she voted for Clinton. In 2012, the hamlet's community split their vote - 5 for Romney and 5 for President Obama.
  • Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew

    Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew

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    He had previously blamed the unrest on "professional protesters". When asked why he was protesting, 20-year-old Alex Hariri said, "Trump does not support anyone in the community I know". Portland police spokesman Pete Simpson said demonstrators smashed up cars, damaged storefronts, and threw objects at police attempting to contain the situation, according to CNN .
  • Mother of suspect in 7 killings says he is 'not a monster'

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    Aikens said Anderson police are still trying to determine whether Nichole Carver is connected to Kohlhepp. The remains of Carver, 32, were found in a shallow grave on the property the following day. "It very possibly could be what we have". At least one resident was more surprised that the bodies weren't discovered earlier than shocked at the killings.
  • Military members honored at 97th annual Tucson Veterans Day Parade

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    A World War II era Half-track M3 rolls through town in the Veterans Day Parade. Now, 97 years later, communities across the nation are still gathering to honor all Americans who have served their country during war time. "They, too, are veterans", Hughes said. But also a time to honor those who now serve and inspire future generations to do so. He remembered Japanese suicide attacks against his ship and what he and his fellow veterans endured.