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White House, in fight with CNN, argues Trump has ‘broad discretion’ to police journalists’ access

Ludovic Marin/AFP/Getty Images White House The White House said in response to a lawsuit by CNN that correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass was revoked because of conduct that ‘disrupts press events.’ By JASON SCHWARTZ and MATTHEW CHOI 11/14/2018 11:22 AM EST Updated 11/14/2018 01:58 PM EST 2018-11-14T01:58-0500 President Donald Trump said Wednesday that his administration has “broad discretion” to regulate ...

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Toyota offers to give Camp Fire hero nurse a new truck

Toyota is coming to the rescue of a nurse who has been heralded for risking his life to aid others during the Camp Fire Paradise, Calif., fire last week. Allyn Pierce was profiled in a New York Times story that recounted how he and some colleagues were stuck while trying to escape the fire surrounding the Adventist Health Feather River ...

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‘I think it’s over’: Sinema closes in on Arizona Senate victory

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema’s campaign manager released a statement Sunday calling the Democrat’s lead in Arizona’s Senate race “insurmountable.” | Matt York/AP Photo Elections It would take a stunning reversal for Martha McSally to overtake the Democrat. By JAMES ARKIN 11/12/2018 04:42 PM EST Arizona’s Senate race isn’t over. But Kyrsten Sinema should be feeling awfully good about her chances. Down ...

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School says Marilyn Monroe’s shoulders depicted on teen’s sweatshirt violated dress code, mom claims

A sweatshirt showing Marilyn Monroe’s shoulders was considered a violation of this high school’s dress code. (Fox 13) A Utah teen is claiming her junior high school forced her to change her sweatshirt because an image of Marilyn Monroe violated the dress code. Katie Fabert, the unidentified teen’s mother, said her daughter loves the late American icon and has a ...

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Trump seeks to project strength abroad after discord at home

Foreign policy experts believe President Donald Trump could end up turning the U.S. more inward-facing than it’s been in decades. | Thibault Camus/AP Photo Foreign Policy After his party lost full control of Washington in the midterm election, the president headed to France to show his dominance overseas. By NANCY COOK 11/10/2018 10:06 AM EST PARIS — Fresh off the ...

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