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LA Clippers Sign Jersey Patch Deal with Dating App Bumble

The LA Clippers will get a new face on Tuesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. The team signed a patch deal with the dating app Bumble, which also provides features for friendship and business discussions. Bumble is also known for allowing women to control the conversation in the dating dialogue by allowing them to send a message first. The …

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N. Y. School Shooter praises the activism of Parkland survivors

A man shooting his high school in New York State praises Parkland, Florida survivors for their "brave and inspiring" demands for stricter arms control laws. In 2004 Jon Romano opened the fire at Columbia High School outside of Albany and shot a teacher in the leg before Deputy Rector John Sawchuk knocked him to the ground Romano, who was serving …

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The four most important races in Texas Tuesday primaries

The 2018 congressional season has officially started, and Tuesday will bring the first ever season's Texas congressional primaries. When the state attracts any political drama, it usually focuses on Republicans. And there's just something happening, especially in a head fight between Trumpers and a never-trumper in Congress. But the real drama on Texas Main Day is on the left side …

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'Dreamer' deadline passes through without clear path forward

President Trump Donald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has heard of White House approval to root out 'subversion' at VA MORE The official end of the Deferred Action for. The Deferred Action for Dreamers – immigrants who arrived in the country illegally …

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What to look for in the Florida primary on Tuesday

So are the Texas primaries on Tuesday? They are. And since these are the first big primaries of the 2018 season, they could give us a glimpse of how the Midterms will be spilling out nationally. These are runoff primaries – that is, if no one more wins a majority, leave the two top candidates on May 22 from. Are …

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What on earth did Sam Nunberg do? A few theories.

Former Trump election aides Sam Nunberg had a surreal day on Monday. After deciding that he would not cooperate with a grand jury summons from the Russian investigative department Robert S. Muller III, he went into a media flash to betray some things. And every interview seemed to be aimed at shaking the last. By the end of all, he …

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5 things to see in the first primary of 2018

The way to the House majority begins on Tuesday in Texas, where Democrats will have to recruit overcrowded candidate fields in the first 2018 election. Early election numbers suggest a high level of enthusiasm on the left, especially in historically republican suburban districts around Houston and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Story continued below But the party needs candidates well suited …

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The journalist who first reported alleged sexual harassment in the capital of Colorado

For the first time in 103 years, state legislators have expelled one of their own members. Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, is now Steve Lebsock from Thornton after being voted 52-9 on Friday. What happened on Friday really started in November, when KUNC and Rocky Mountain Community Radio reporter Bente Birkeland published for the first time a story describing allegations of …

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Trump hates the trade deficit. Most economists do not.

"Looking across countries, there is no evidence that high tariffs will reduce your trade deficit," said Joseph E. Gagnon, senior executive at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and co-author of a policy book for 2017, on recommendations to reduce trade imbalances "The trade deficit is a terrible measure of economic policy assessment," said Lawrence H. Summers, a Harvard economist …

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