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Posted January 26, 2021, at 9:00 AM Pacific (9 hours ago)
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By Manu Raju and Ted Barrett
(CNN)Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Monday that he will allow the 50-50 Senate to officially organize so Democrats can take control of key committees in the chamber after a weeklong battle with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer over the rights of the minority to stall legislation.

The breakthrough came as GOP leaders were eagerly looking for a way out of a potential crisis that would have stymied the Senate committee process indefinitely, after McConnell pointed to recent comments made by two Democratic senators about their long-standing opposition to gutting the filibuster as sufficient to ease his concerns.

Schumer for days had rejected the GOP leader's demands, saying Monday afternoon: "We are not letting McConnell dictate how the Senate operates."

Posted January 26, 2021, at 8:59 AM Pacific (9 hours ago)
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Twitter has permanently banned My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell's account after he continued to perpetuate the baseless claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Twitter decided to ban Lindell, who founded bedding company My Pillow, due to "repeated violations" of its civic integrity policy, a spokesperson said in a statement. The policy was implemented last September and is targeted at fighting disinformation.

It was not immediately clear which posts by Lindell on Twitter triggered the suspension of his account.

Posted January 26, 2021, at 8:58 AM Pacific (9 hours ago)
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Crowdsource the Truth
Larry Klayman joins me to lay out the myriad ways in which this historic sham of a second impeachment is an unconstitutional mess.

Posted January 26, 2021, at 8:23 AM Pacific (9 hours ago)
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Posted January 25, 2021, at 5:08 PM Pacific (1 day ago)
Bleacher Report
After a critical response to a question during his press conference Saturday, Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski personally called the student reporter to apologize.

The situation came after the Blue Devils' loss to Louisville when Krzyzewski angrily responded to Duke Chronicle's Jake Piazza:

Piazza elaborated on the situation from his perspective in a column Monday.

Posted January 25, 2021, at 9:41 AM Pacific (1 day ago)
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Posted January 24, 2021, at 8:35 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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By Art Moore
Amid calls by Democratic leaders to "deprogram" and "reeducate" supporters of President Trump, former CIA Director John Brennan said Wednesday that the Biden administration is "moving in laser-light fashion" to root out an "unholy alliance" that includes "religious extremists" and libertarians.

Brennan, who is widely regarded as the "quarterback" of the unwarranted "Trump-Russia collusion" effort to undermine Trump, spoke with MSNBC's Nicole Wallace after the inauguration of Joe Biden.

"The members of the Biden team who have been nominated or have been appointed are now moving in laser light fashion to try to uncover as much as they can about what looks very similar to insurgency movements that we've seen overseas," Brennan said, "where they germinate in different parts of the country and they gain strength, and it brings together an unholy alliance frequently of religious extremists, authoritarians, fascists, bigots, racists, nativists, even libertarians."

Posted January 24, 2021, at 8:32 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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By Joe Kovacs
Officials in California are investigating the death of a local resident who died just hours after receiving a vaccine for the coronavirus.

The Placer County Sheriff's office made the announcement on Facebook Saturday evening, but details were sparse:

"Placer County Public Health and the Placer County Sheriff-Coroner Division were recently notified of the death of an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in late December.

Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:40 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Sara Sidner and Anna-Maja Rappard
Woodstock, Ohio (CNN)In her Ohio hometown, she's known as an Army veteran who runs a bar and set up a small self-styled militia her boyfriend says she created to help neighbors if tornadoes hit.

To the FBI, she's a militant leader who traveled to Washington, DC, and stormed the US Capitol, encouraging others to do the same.  

The two worlds of Jessica Watkins crashed into each other in the small village of Woodstock, Ohio, when FBI agents turned up early one morning to arrest her for her alleged role in the January 6 insurrection.

Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:40 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:39 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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New York Post
A federal judge in North Carolina has ruled in favor of New Orleans Pelicans player Zion Williamson in a case concerning a contract he terminated with a Florida-based marketing agent who is seeking $100 million in damages from the former Duke star.

U.S. District Judge Loretta Biggs in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, ruled on Wednesday that marketing agent Gina Ford's contract with Williamson was void because Ford was not a licensed agent in the state at the time she met with Williamson and because the contract did not comply with key requirements outlined by the state's sports agent law, the Uniform Athlete Agents Act.

The act requires that the contract include warnings explaining how hiring agents causes athletes to forfeit their amateur status. It also requires such contracts to include a disclaimer giving athletes 14 days to cancel.

Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:38 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
By Shawn Krest
Sports Illustrated Duke Blue Devils News, Analysis and More
Duke lost its third straight game on Saturday, falling at Louisville, 70-65, to drop to 5-5 on the season—its worst start in more than 35 years. The game was close throughout, and Duke missed three potential go-ahead or game-tying shots in the final minute.

That led to an awkward moment with the media immediately afterward.

During coach Mike Krzyzewski's postgame press conference, a student reporter from Duke's newspaper, The Chronicle, asked Coach K a question, resulting in an exchange between the two.

Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:38 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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By Katie Benner and Catie Edmondson
New York Times
WASHINGTON — When Representative Scott Perry joined his colleagues in a monthslong campaign to undermine the results of the presidential election, promoting "Stop the Steal" events and supporting an attempt to overturn millions of legally cast votes, he often took a back seat to higher-profile loyalists in President Donald J. Trump's orbit.

But Mr. Perry, an outspoken Pennsylvania Republican, played a significant role in the crisis that played out at the top of the Justice Department this month, when Mr. Trump considered firing the acting attorney general and backed down only after top department officials threatened to resign en masse.

It was Mr. Perry, a member of the hard-line Freedom Caucus, who first made Mr. Trump aware that a relatively obscure Justice Department official, Jeffrey Clark, the acting chief of the civil division, was sympathetic to Mr. Trump's view that the election had been stolen, according to former administration officials who spoke with Mr. Clark and Mr. Trump.

Posted January 24, 2021, at 12:38 PM Pacific (2 days ago)
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For two Virginia police officers who posed for a photo during the deadly U.S. Capitol insurrection, the reckoning has been swift and public: They were identified, charged with crimes and arrested.

But for five Seattle officers the outcome is less clear. Their identities still secret, two are on leave and three continue to work while a police watchdog investigates whether their actions in the nation's capital on Jan. 6 crossed the line from protected political speech to lawbreaking.

The contrasting cases highlight the dilemma faced by police departments nationwide as they review the behavior of dozens of officers who were in Washington the day of the riot by supporters of President Donald Trump. Officials and experts agree that officers who were involved in the melee should be fired and charged for their role.

Posted January 23, 2021, at 5:05 PM Pacific (3 days ago)
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NBC News
WASHINGTON — It's a club Donald Trump was never really interested in joining and certainly not so soon: the cadre of former commanders in chief who revere the presidency enough to put aside often bitter political differences and even join together in common cause.

Members of the ex-presidents club pose together for pictures. They smile and pat each other on the back while milling around historic events, or sit somberly side by side at VIP funerals. They take on special projects together. They rarely criticize one another and tend to offer even fewer harsh words about their White House successors.

Posted January 22, 2021, at 7:33 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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By Claire Atkinson, Sean Czarnecki
Business Insider
Some CEOs are denying interviews to Maria Bartiromo as she gets ready to try out on Fox News' opinion lineup.

Sources say Bartiromo's noncritical Trump interview and controversial political statements make her too risky to be associated with.

Fox News rejected the claims, sharing a list of Bartiromo's sit-downs with the Goya CEO and healthcare bosses.

Posted January 22, 2021, at 7:28 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
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By Michael Warren and Jamie Gangel
Washington (CNN)As the House prepares to send articles of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, CNN has learned that dozens of influential Republicans around Washington -- including former top Trump administration officials -- have been quietly lobbying GOP members of Congress to impeach and convict Donald Trump. The effort is not coordinated but reflects a wider battle inside the GOP between those loyal to Trump and those who want to sever ties and ensure he can never run for President again.

The lobbying started in the House after the January 6 attack on the Capitol and in the days leading up to impeachment. But it's now more focused on Sen. Mitch McConnell, the powerful minority leader who has signaled he may support convicting Trump.

Posted January 22, 2021, at 7:22 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
Joseph Farah calls National Guard contingency in D.C. 'a show of force – nothing less'
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By Joseph Farah
It's beginning to occur to me that when Joe Biden talks about "unity," he's not talking about we deplorables, or loyalist Trump backers, or even just plain old Republicans.

Remember, Trump supporters are the ones he has called by such vicious names as "extremists," "white supremacists" and "domestic terrorists."

In fact, as we have learned in the last few days, we are considered his enemies — worse than the Iranian regime, worse than al-Qaida, needing deprogramming — and prompting the announcement of a brand new domestic terror program aimed at us.

Posted January 22, 2021, at 5:35 PM Pacific (4 days ago)
Larry Klayman asserts, 'our system of justice is irreparably compromised and corrupt'
By Larry Klayman
With the fraudulent election of the Chicom bought-and-paid-for criminal and Manchurian candidate Joe Biden, and his evil sidekick, Kamala Harris, as the alleged 46th president and vice president of the United States, I predicted that there would be a stepped up inquisition, if not purge, by the left of any opposition to its mission to totally enslave We the People in a socialist and increasingly communist godless state.

Sure enough, following the events of two weeks ago last Wednesday at the Capitol, following a peaceful speech by then-President Donald Trump, the FBI, an integral part and weapon of the now Biden-Harris-controlled Department of Justice, has been summoned to round up and prosecute ordinary citizens who were there that day, most of whom were obviously allowed by Capitol police to enter the building, which incidentally belongs to the citizenry in any event.

Indeed, these Americans, who had had of enough the rank and cancerous criminality in all three branches of our so-called government, had risen up and delivered a warning shot across the bow of the clowns, court jesters and criminals who pass themselves off as our elected representatives. Not coincidentally, these representatives in Congress were in the process of just rubber-stamping the fraud that resulted in the "election" of Biden and Harris, thus turning over control of all three branches of government to socialists, communists and atheists.

Posted January 22, 2021, at 11:00 AM Pacific (4 days ago)
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By Gerry Smith
The fight against election misinformation has a new target: your cable company.

Critics of networks like Fox News and Newsmax argue that the outlets fueled uncertainty about election results and should be dropped by cable providers, just as Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. have begun to more aggressively police their content. After this month's riot at the U.S. Capitol, they say, telecom giants should rethink the programming they beam to millions of homes.

It won't be an easy battle. Fox News was the most watched cable-news network in the U.S. last year, and any attempt to squelch the outlet will be seen as an attack on free speech. No cable TV distributor has said they're even thinking of dropping the network. And there are plenty of reasons why, including statutes enforced by the FCC.