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German Govt Denies Berlin Christmas Market Terror Attack Cover-Up

The German government pledged Friday to investigate the deportation of a Tunisian man shortly after the deadly 2016 truck rampage on a Berlin Christmas market, but denied media reports that authorities had tried to cover up his possible involvement in the attack.

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Watch Live: Cowboys for Trump Ride into D.C.

A group of cowboys on horseback plan to ride into Washington, DC, on Friday after traveling across the country to support President Donald Trump and his agenda.

Chinese police arrest 46 after violent protest over schooling

Chinese Kindergartners Forced to Sign Atheist Manifesto

The Education Bureau of the Chinese district of Lishan has launched a campaign to eradicate religious belief in kindergartens, which includes having the schoolchildren sign a commitment statement promising to avoid religious activities.

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GOP Rep. King: Working Dems Most Hurt by Amazon Pulling Out of NYC

Representative Peter King (R-NY) discussed Friday on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria” Amazon’s decision to not build its second headquarters in New York City, which was applauded by many Democrats, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY). “This was a deal

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U.S. Quietly Ends Anti-Opium Airstrikes Amid Taliban Peace Talks

U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration, amid ongoing peace negotiations with the Afghan Taliban, quietly ended an airstrike campaign against Taliban opium and heroin drug labs after failing to curtail the terrorist organization’s multi-million dollar trade, the Pentagon’s inspector general (IG) revealed this week.

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Netanyahu-Putin to Meet in Russia on Wednesday

Jerusalem — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Russia on Wednesday for talks with President Vladimir Putin that had been scheduled for this week, the Israeli government said.

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Don Lemon: Even Most Skeptical Black, ‘Gay Folks’ Wanted to Believe Smollett

CNN anchor Don Lemon on Wednesday evening admitted that “certain groups of people” like “black folks” and “gay folks” wanted to believe Empire actor Jussie Smollett’s story about being attacked by racist supporters of President Donald Trump even though they were highly skeptical of his claims.