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Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton slam Trump’s plan to track Muslims

Mic Smith/AP Jeb Bush called Donald Trump’s comments on tracking Muslims and closing mosques in America “just wrong,” blaming the GOP front-runner for “manipulating people’s angst and their fears.” WASHINGTON — Presidential candidates from Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush blasted Donald Trump on Friday after the real estate mogul said he “would certainly implement” a database to track Muslims in ...

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President Obama visits refugee children in Malaysia

President Obama embraced a classroom of migrant children in Malaysia Saturday in a bid to send a powerful message to the world — they are not to be feared. “They’re just like our kids,” the President declared. Obama’s appearance at a learning center in the capital of Kuala Lumpur came as Europe grapples with the worst migrant crisis since World ...

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Black Lives Matter protester disrupts Donald Trump

Eric Schultz/AP Donald Trump told the Black Lives Matter protestor to get “the hell out of here.” A Black Lives Matter protester who disrupted a Donald Trump stump speech Saturday was beaten and kicked by supporters of the loud-mouth candidate. The activist was shoved to the ground by attendees after he began chanting during a Trump campaign stop in Birmingham, ...

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Stasi: Pols' views on Syrian refugees would sicken ancestors

Richard Ellis/Getty Images Ted Cruz is totally against accepting Syrian refugees into the U.S., while his father was Cuban refugee. This week’s vote to restrict entry of 10,000 Syrian refugees who are in danger of being exterminated in a religious holocaust by ISIS proves that hatred for refugees — be they Christian or Muslim — runs deepest among our elected ...

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Dem wins La. governorship against GOP's David Vitter

Gerald Herbert/AP Louisiana Gov.-elect John Bel Edwards holds up an umbrella as he reacts with supporters, including his mother Dora Jean Edwards (right), at his election night watch party in New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS — Democrat John Bel Edwards won the runoff for Louisiana governor Saturday against the once-heavy favorite, Republican David Vitter. Edwards, a state lawmaker, will take over ...

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Bush family celebrates a new addition

The Bush family is celebrating a new addition. Lauren Bush Lauren, the niece of former president George W. Bush, and her husband David Lauren announced the birth of their baby James Richard Lauren in an Instagram post. The baby was born at 8:19 a.m. Saturday. The parents are “beyond thrilled and in love,” they wrote. laurenblauren via Instagram Lauren Bush ...

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Donald Trump says U.S. should bring back waterboarding

Donald Trump said on Sunday that the United States should bring back waterboarding. “Waterboarding is ‘peanuts’ compared to what they do to us,” Trump said during the interview on ABC’s “This Week.” “What they’re doing to us, what they did to James Foley when they chopped off his head, that’s a whole different level and I would absolutely bring back ...

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De Blasio: City Council isn't 'destructive bunch of novices'

Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News Police Commissioner Bill Bratton called the “novice” Council “obstructive and destructive” for pursuing legislation to rein in the NYPD. Mayor de Blasio disagreed Wednesday with his police commissioner’s slam of the City Council as a destructive bunch of novices. “I don’t share the assessment,” de Blasio told reporters when asked about the comments by Police ...

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Adam Skelos threatened boss, was no-show at job: supervisor

Christie M. Farriella for New York Daily News Adam Skelos allegedly told one of his supervisors “Talk to me like that again and I’m going to smash you’re f—ing head in” after he asked him to show up to work. Employee of the month, he wasn’t. “Talk to me like that again and I’m going to smash you’re f—ing head in,” ...

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Clinton calls for ramped up bomb campaign, slams Republicans

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton walked a fine line on more involvement in Syria while slamming Republicans as Islamophobes in a major foreign policy speech on ISIS on Thursday. Clinton called for a ramped up bombing campaign against ISIS. And while she pushed back against a major ground invasion led by U.S. troops in the area, she left the door open ...

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