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The NRA loved Kanye West's Oval Office monologue. Other celebs? Not so much

Kanye West's monologue at the Oval Office went over well with the National Rifle Association, while other celebrities found less to like.        

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Facebook removes over 550 Pages, 250 accounts in latest spam purge ahead of US midterms

The hundreds of bad accounts were removed for breaking the site's rules for "spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior."        

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Woman was raped hours after she left #MeToo rally, prosecutors say

The suspect was charged Wednesday with second-degree rape and sodomy. He allegedly told police, "I guess I tried to force myself on her, and I feel like such a terrible person for it."        

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Chicago's policing problem is systemic. Truth and reconciliation are needed.

Jason Van Dyke is just the tip of the iceberg. To fix issues, develop a commission that will get to the heart of racism, targeting and bad cops.        

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Missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi tortured, dismembered in Saudi consulate, report says

Turkish officials have told the U.S. that they have proof that a missing Washington Post columnist was tortured, murdered and dismembered by Saudis        

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As southeast reels from Michael's destruction, closed Waffle Houses begin to reopen

The chain is known for staying open during some of the worst natural disasters, but the threat of Hurricane Michael managed to shut down dozens of restaurants.        

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OnPolitics Today: 'Trump is on his hero’s journey right now'

Today's Quote: Kanye West, during a 10-minute soliloquy in the Oval Office on Thursday.         

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Georgia Republican candidate for governor puts 53,000 voter registrations on hold

Rep. Stacey Abrams, and voting rights advocacy groups charge that Brian Kemp is using his office to suppress votes and tilt the election.         

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Georgia Republican candidate for governor puts 53,000 voter registrations on hold

Rep. Stacey Abrams, and voting rights advocacy groups charge that Brian Kemp is using his office to suppress votes and tilt the election.        

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Dina Powell out of running to replace Nikki Haley as UN ambassador, sources say

Dina Powell, an executive at Goldman Sachs, is out of the running for Ambassador to the United Nations, according to two sources.         

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Dina Powell out of running to replace Nikki Haley as UN ambassador, sources say

Dina Powell, an executive at Goldman Sachs, is out of the running for Ambassador to the United Nations, according to two sources.        

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Hurricane Michael postpones debate between Florida Senate candidates Rick Scott, Bill Nelson

The planned Senate debate between Incumbent Bill Nelson and Republican Rick Scott has been postponed due to Hurricane Michael. No new date set yet.         

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President and Congress have the right to question the Fed

The Federal Reserve is an independent institution by design, but it is also part of the government of the United States: Opposing view        

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Donald Trump's Medicare op-ed and all the reaction in USA TODAY show democracy in action

Trump's 'Medicare for All' column for USA TODAY spurred debate that reveals democracy at its finest. We provide a forum for diverse opinions.        

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Judge presses for Manafort sentencing; could disrupt plea agreement

Judge's move that could interfere with Paul Manafort's separate agreement to cooperate with Russia special counsel Robert Mueller.         

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Princess Eugenie's groom: Who is Jack Brooksbank? And how does he know George Clooney?

He's not royal, he's not titled, he once worked as a bartender. He's marrying Princess Eugenie of York on Friday and the royals are thrilled.        

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Trump: US stepping up fight on human trafficking

The U.S. is stepping up the fight against human trafficking until it can be stamped out "once and for all," President Donald Trump said Thursday, calling for an end to "modern slavery." (Oct. 11)         

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