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‘Allahu Akbar’ vs. ‘God Is Great’: AP Got It Wrong And Why It Matters

Caleb Parke, Kori Ali Muhammad is suspected of fatally shooting three people in Fresno, California. When the police were taking him into custody, he shouted an all-too-familiar phrase in the world of radical Islam. This is how the Associated Press described what Muhammad said: “Fresno police say suspect in triple slaying told them he hates

Associated Press Urges Reporters Not to Mention Existence of Gender

Daniel Greenfield, No gender please, we’re leftists. Alternative facts? This is a whole alternative reality. Not to mention alternative biology. In a Friday email to subscribers listing updated entries for its style manual, the Associated Press is urging journalists to avoid making references in news stories that suggest there are only two sexes in the

House GOP tweaks health care bill with eye to helping seniors

House Republican leaders announced proposed changes to their health care overhaul late Monday in an effort to shore up support from the GOP’s rank-and-file ahead of an expected floor vote later this week.  The bill’s 43-page “manager’s amendment” is aimed at placating Republicans unhappy that nonpartisan analysts said the legislation would drive up costs for

Pence chides Associated Press for publishing wife’s email address

Vice President Pence lashed out at the Associated Press on Saturday for listing his wife’s email address in a story about his frequent resistance to public records requests while Indiana’s governor. Pence said in a tweet that by publishing his wife’s personal AOL email address, the Associated Press “violated her privacy and our security.” The

State Officials to Trump: Revoke Obama’s Federal Takeover of Elections

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, States oppose Obama’s federal takeover of elections. State election officials from across the country have called on President Trump to revoke an order, signed by former President Obama, declaring election systems “critical infrastructure.” The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS), which includes election officials from every state and territory, passed a

Hundreds of Texans may have voted improperly

Officials in Texas acknowledge that hundreds of people were able to bypass voter ID laws and improperly cast ballots in the presidential election. Voters were able to sign a sworn statement instead of showing ID. The chief election officers in two of Texas’ largest counties are considering whether to refer cases to prosecutors for possible

The 3 Most Critical Lies the AP Told About the Supposed Trump National Guard Order

Frank Camp, At 10:12 a.m. ET, the Associated Press dropped a bombshell on Twitter: Shortly after the tweet, AP published a full story, titled: “Trump weighs mobilizing Nat Guard for immigration roundups.” Here’s the problem–it was riddled with misinformation. Here are the three most critical points the AP screwed up: 1. Trump Administration Didn’t Consider

Trump blasts ‘out of control’ media, defends agenda at heated press conference

President Trump’s feud with the media turned into an all-out war Thursday afternoon. His early presidency beset by damaging leaks and a burst of staff turmoil, Trump used a hastily called press conference to blast the media’s coverage of his administration in his strongest terms yet. He claimed the press is “out of control,” reports

Vice Adm. Harward expected to be named national security adviser

The Trump administration is expected to name Vice Adm. Robert Harward as national security adviser, a senior White House source told Fox News Wednesday. The move comes after Michael Flynn resigned from the role Monday after it was revealed he had discussed U.S. sanctions with the Russian ambassador, although he told Vice President Mike Pence