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To fight Chicago violence, police use technology that traces ‘day in the life’ of a gun

Matt Finn, CHICAGO –  You’ve heard of the “day in the life of” an interesting person or public figure. Well now, new ballistic technology is helping federal agents and police create a day in the life of the guns being used by criminals terrorizing America’s neighborhoods– especially those in Chicago. It’s called the National Integrated

Schumer pulled visa strings for Indian athlete now accused of child sex abuse

Brooke Singman, A snowshoe racer from India whose entry into the U.S. to compete was made possible by Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer was being held Friday in a New York jail on a sex charge. The U.S. embassy in New Delhi last month rejected Tanveer Hussain’s application for a visa so he could compete

Being pulled on stage by Trump was ‘dream come true’ for Florida man

During President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Melbourne, Fla., Saturday evening, he surprised the thousands in attendance by pulling one man up on stage to say a few words. “We the people, our movement is the reason why our president of the United States is standing in front of us today,” said Gene Huber, who

Obama Was Not the Left’s Reagan

Ramesh Ponnuru, National Review Back when they were fighting each other for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sparred about Ronald Reagan. In January of that year, Obama said, “I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that, you know, Richard Nixon did not and in

As Trump prepares to take office, Dems are lost in a foggy swamp of denial

John Moody, If there’s one message both Republican and Democratic voters sent to their elected representatives in last year’s primary and general elections, it was this: we are tired of political gridlock. Do something useful! But while most Republican lawmakers are getting ready, with varying degrees of enthusiasm and trepidation, for Donald Trump’s presidency, some

Mika Brzezinski says Clinton campaign wanted her ‘pulled off the air’

It sounds like Hillary Clinton’s campaign was not above putting the screws to journalists who were critical of her during her presidential run. During Friday’s episode of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” co-host Mika Brzezinski claimed that while Clinton and Donald Trump were battling for the White House, the Clinton campaign attempted to get her “pulled off

At Carrier, Trump proves America First is an attitude, not just a slogan

Peter Navarro, The new dawn of American manufacturing broke Thursday with one big step for the workers of Indiana and one far bigger step for a more muscular trade policy: Carrier will stay in Indianapolis – along with more than 1,000 jobs. The Never Trumpers will be quick to give others credit or attack the

Liberal Bias: Reuters Pulls Polls Showing Huge Trump Surge

Kit Daniels, Polls disappear showing major Hillary collapse among likely voters on election day. Reuters has apparently pulled down two polls showing Hillary Clinton’s unprecedented collapse among likely voters right before election day as Donald Trump surges. This article was intended to report on the Nov. 7 Reuters poll, showing Clinton losing nearly five points

Mr. Trump, Sec. Clinton, how will you fix Obamacare? #Debate

Washington Examiner, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump square off tonight in their second debate. A glaring omission from the first presidential clash was any question about how the two major-party nominees would handle the unfolding disaster that is Obamacare. They need to be asked, because the disaster is real, and one of them will have