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Lawyer for Berkeley Republicans in Coulter Case... Harmeet Dhillon (Jim Watson / AFP / Getty)
Attorney Harmeet Dhillon, who is representing the Berkeley College Republicans in their free speech case against the University of California, Berkeley over failing to allow Ann Coulter to speak on campus on equal terms, slammed the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for ignoring the case."

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WATCH: College Republicans Lawyer Eviscerates... Harmeet Dhillon (Twitter)
Harmeet Dhillon, a San Francisco lawyer representing the UCB College Republicans, held a press conference today to discuss the case being brought against the college due to their mishandling of an event hosting conservative speaker Ann Coulter.

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College Republicans, YAF Sue Berkeley over Ann... Right-wing political commentator/author Ann Coulter had criticised a decision by Berkeley to cancel a talk she was scheduled to give at the university as an attack on free speech
The Berkeley College Republicans and the Young America's Foundation have filed a lawsuit against members of the University of California system for their role in restricting an upcoming speaking event featuring Ann Coulter.

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Trump and Pence Keeping Pro-Life Promises in...
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have steered a course during the administration’s first 100 days that anti-abortion activists have been dreaming about for decades.

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100 Days: Trump’s Campaign Promises on...
With about a week to go until his administration reaches the 100-day mark, President Trump's campaign promises to halt Syrian refugee resettlement and tighten up the refugee vetting process remain largely unfulfilled.

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Trump Administration Moves to Embrace Tax Cuts...
Asked if the plan would be revenue neutral, meaning any reductions in expected revenue from tax cuts would be offset from increases in revenue or spending cuts elesewhere, Mnuchin instead said the plan would "pay for itself" through economic growth.

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Bill O’Reilly Sets Return with ‘No Spin...
Bill O'Reilly will return to the airwaves six days after his departure from Fox News with a new podcast episode set to air Monday on his website.

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Report: Megyn Kelly to Make NBC Debut in June
Former Fox News host Megyn Kelly is set to make her long-anticipated debut at NBC News in June, according to a report.

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Watch: Kenny G Performs for Delta Passengers on...
A group on a Delta flight going from Tampa to Los Angeles was treated to a Kenny G performance Saturday morning. Per ABC Action News, the person sitting next to the award-winning saxophonist was an off-duty flight attendant whose daughter had died of brain cancer. She asked Kenny G to play. The head flight attendant then told passengers that Kenny G would play for them if they donated $1,000 to cancer charity Relay for Life. Passengers rose to the challenge and then some, raising about $2,000. Kenny G lived up to his promise, performing while walking up and down the aisle. Follow Breitbart.tv on Twitter @BreitbartVideo

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Delingpole: Manchurian Candidate Macron Is... Macron
If you want to know the likely result of next month's French presidential election run off, just look at how the markets responded. The euro and the French markets both jumped dramatically.

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Elizabeth Warren: The Left’s Progressive... Elizabeth Warren
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s 20-year tenure in public service is rife with contradictions, as an examination of her current positions juxtaposed with her past behavior reveals.

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64 Percent of DEA Fugitives are from Mexico,... AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
A review of the Drug Enforcement Agency’s (DEA) wanted fugitive list revealed that less than 16 percent of DEA fugitives are from the United States.

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Sessions: DoJ Has Sent a Letter to 10...
Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed he sent a letter to 10 cities functioning as so-called “sanctuary cities,” which may be in violation of federal law. Sessions warned a failure to respond to those letters could result in those cities losing their federal funding. “Last year, the Obama administration sent out notices that people had to comply with this cooperative language in the law that was passed several years ago,” Sessions explained. “And we sent out a letter today to 10 cities that the Inspector General’s office last year said were potentially in violation of the law involving deportation in sanctuary cities. We expect them to respond. If they don’t respond, they should not receive the grants because the grants were issued on condition of cooperation.” Sessions went on to add the Department of Justice hoped to get a response certifying those cities were not in violation of the law by June. Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor

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Engineers Develop Prosthetic Arm That Allows...
Bioengineering students at George Mason University created a prosthetic arm that allows a young girl to play the violin.

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Report: Uber App Nearly Kicked from Apple Store... uber
The New York Times reports that Uber was nearly kicked off the Apple App Store after the ride-hailing company was caught breaking privacy rules.

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Alibaba Founder Jack Ma: a Robot Will Likely Be... Alibaba Group Founder and Executive Chairman China's Jack Ma attends the announcement of a long-term partnership of Alibaba with the Olympic Games January 19, 2017 in Davos
Alibaba founder and chairman Jack Ma claimed this weekend that a robot "will likely be on the cover of Time Magazine as the best CEO," in 30 years.

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Donald Trump Wants to Send Astronauts to Mars... NASA
President Donald Trump spoke with NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station on Monday, as one of them, Peggy Whitson, set the U.S. record for most cumulative days in space.

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Can Trump Help California Dodge Jerry Brown’s... Brown at High-Speed Rail Groundbreaking (AP)
The State of California issued the first tranche of taxable construction bonds last Thursday for the High Speed Rail Project, making it clear that it is determined to go ahead with the unpopular project despite numerous obstacles, including federal funding roadblocks thrown up by President Donald Trump.

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A California High-Speed Rail… in Silver and... Mark Davis
A viable high-speed rail system that actually serves consumer interest may be built in California after all.

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Climate Scientist Urges President Trump not to...
In an open letter to Donald Trump, climate expert Dr. Duane Thresher has urged the President not to give in to his daughter Ivanka’s misguided views on global warming and her insistence that the U.S. remain in the Paris climate agreement ratified by Barack Obama last August.

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Donald Trump: ‘If They Don’t Treat Fairly,... nafta
President Donald Trump again leveled criticism about NAFTA in an interview with the Associated Press, promising to either renegotiate the trade deal or terminate it.

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GOP Rep Cole: ‘I Don’t Think We’ll Have a...
Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) downplayed the possibility of a government shutdown as the deadline to pass a measure to fund the federal government approaches. Cole told host Joe Scarborough with the 60-vote rule in the U.S. Senate, the effort to prevent a shutdown must be bipartisan and therefore trying to impose the majority party’s will for a partisan victory would fail. “You know, I don’t think we’ll have a shutdown,” he said. “There’s certainly a chance we could a have a short-term continuing resolution, but we’re within striking distance of getting this done. I hope we do get it done. If you leave it to the appropriators we will get it done. The real question is whether or not outside groups in the extremes are both caucus. You know, we’ll use the last minute to try and tack things on that make it extremely difficult to have bipartisan cooperation. In the end, to fund the government because of the 60-rule requirement in the United States Senate you really do have to have bipartisan cooperation. So, if anybody doesn’t realize that and tries to, you know, impose a 100 percent partisan victory it’s going to fail.”

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Poll: Since Trump Took Office People Who... DACA
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that since President Donald Trump took office on January 20 the number of people who believe the economy is improving is at the highest level in 15 years, The Post reported on Sunday.

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New Orleans Begins Removing Civil War-Era...
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana -- The removal of Civil War-era monuments is underway after almost two years of calls by Mayor Mitch Landrieu (D) to remove four that he deemed "racist".

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Video: Suspected Robber Threatens Cab Driver at... Video: Suspected Robber Threatens Cab Driver at Knifepoint in the Bronx
An alleged robber threatened a cab driver at knifepoint in the Bronx, according to surveillance footage released by the New York Police Department.

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Two Arrested After 4-Year-Old Boy Dies of... Two Arrested After 4-Year-Old Boy Dies of Possible Opioid Overdose
Two people were arrested after a 4-year-old boy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, died from a possible overdose of opioids on Saturday.

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Lefty French Mayor Calls Residents...
The left wing mayor of the northern French town of Annezin, Daniel Delomez, has announced his resignation after residents in his town largely voted for anti-mass migration Front National leader Marine Le Pen.

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Ted Malloch: U.S. and Italy ‘Joined at the... italy
President Trump met with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni in the Oval Office last Thursday and cemented a crucial and long-lasting bilateral relationship, with a key European ally.

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Shock Tactics: UKIP Backs ‘Superior’... UKIP
UKIP have been accused of “full-throated Islamophobia” after ratcheting up their rhetoric on multiculturalism and Islam, praising “superior” British values and describing Islam as “regressive”.

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France: Two Men Charged in Thwarted...
PARIS (AP) — French authorities have filed preliminary charges against two people of plotting an attack days before a tense presidential election. The Paris prosecutor’s office said Sunday the two men are being kept in custody pending further investigation. They were given preliminary charges Sunday of “association with a terrorist enterprise with plans to prepare one or several attacks,” and weapons and explosives charges. The two suspected Islamic radicals were arrested Tuesday in Marseille and police seized guns and explosives. The target of their potential attack is unclear, though presidential campaign teams were warned about the threat. Meanwhile, prosecutors said that investigators have released three people without charge after they were detained in an attack on Paris’ Champs-Elysees. The attacker was killed but three people in his entourage were detained for two days.

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France’s Fillon Leads Establishment...
Former premier Francois Fillon was one of the early favourites to become president, but in the end he led the French right to a historic defeat, as a fake jobs scandal engulfed his campaign.

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Marine Le Pen: ‘Survival of France’ At...
In a victory speech Sunday evening, Front National anti-mass migration candidate Marine Le Pen called on patriots in France to support her against Emmanuel Macron, who she called the heir of unpopular French President Francois Hollande. Ms Le Pen, who exit polls show finished second in the first round of the French presidential election, told a large crowd gathered in the north of France that the battle was now between supporters of globalism and those against. "Ce n'est pas avec l'héritier de François #Hollande que cette alternance tant attendue viendra." #Présidentielle2017 — Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) April 23, 2017 Calling the first round projected result, which will see her face off against Emmanuel Macron, “historic” she thanked her supporters for bringing her to the second round which is set to take place on May 7th. Le Pen outlined her main priority as president as to “defend the French nation” emphasising her previous campaign rhetoric which focused on restoring order to a country plagued by Islamic extremist terrorism and riots in various Paris suburbs. The Front National leader hit out against the French political and media establishment, saying that the system had attempted to “choke political debate”. Her victory ensured that the debate could now

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Euro Surges as France’s Macron Makes It...
The euro surged Monday after moderate Emmanuel Macron won the first round in France's presidential election and looked set to triumph in the run-off against right wing candidate Marine Le Pen next month.

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LIVE WIRE: Le Pen, Macron Through to Second...
As the last few results come in, Front National Leader Marine Le Pen and left winger Emmanuel Macron are vying for the top spot as both hover around 23 percent of the vote. What is certain is that the two candidates will go head to head in the second round of voting on May 7th. Amidst tight security and an ongoing state of emergency, French voters headed to the 66,000 polling stations to cast their ballots for one of twelve candidates. Photo: AFPPolls leading into the vote had shown a close four-way race between anti-mass migration Front National leader Marine Le Pen, pro-globalist centrist Emmanuel Macron, centre-right conservative Francois Fillon, and Communist candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon.   LIVE BLOG:

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Report: Only 2.65 Percent of Immigrants into... immigrants europe
According to official reports, during the year 2016, only 2.65 percent of those immigrating into Italy were awarded asylum as refugees, with the vast majority staying on in the country as illegal, undocumented immigrants.

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‘Charities’ Bringing Boat Migrants to...
Charities and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) operating "rescue" missions in the Mediterranean are "colluding" with criminal people-smugglers to bring migrants to Europe, according to Italian authorities.

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Report: German Jews Fear Growing Muslim...
Jews in Germany say they feel a "growing threat" of anti-Semitism, especially from Muslims but also from xenophobic far-right groups, a parliamentary report said Monday.

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WATCH: UKIP Takes Aim at Islamism: Calls for...
UK Independence party (UKIP) leader Paul Nuttall is giving a speech to launch the party’s new “integration agenda”.

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WATCH: Netanyahu – Four Million Lives... netanyahu
TEL AVIV - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday slammed western powers during his speech on Holocaust Remembrance Day, saying that Allied powers knew of the atrocities happening to Jews in death camps and had they have acted on that knowledge they would have saved the lives of four million Jews and millions of others.

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UN Chief Vows to Stand up Against Anti-Israel Bias Europe
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres sought to reassure international Jewish community leaders on Sunday that he would stand up against any perceptions of anti-Israel bias at the world organization.

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Trump to Deliver Keynote Address for Holocaust...
The National Holocaust Memorial Museum announces that President Donald Trump will deliver the keynote address at the Days of Remembrance ceremony at the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday.

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Obama Lied, Americans Died: Released Iranians...
Former President Barack Obama lied to the American people about the infamous prisoner swap that was part of the Iran deal in 2016, and released fugitives who were considered major national security threats, according to an investigative report by Politico.

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Gingrich: Trump Is Most Divisive President... Getty Images
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Donald Trump was “the most divisive president since Abraham Lincoln” and pointed to protest around the country, including riots in Berkeley, CA. Partial transcript as follows: STEPHANOPOULOS: Yes, we’re going to talk about the Democrats. How about that last point, Mr. Speaker, from Matthew Dowd? That was one of the things that I had noticed as well. You start out high here. You don’t tend to find things that make you do higher. NEWT GINGRICH, FMR. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE: You guys all collectively lived through Trump knocking off the Republicans, Trump knocking off Hillary, being wrong about all of it at every stage. And you turn around and play the same old conventional wisdom. Donald Trump is the most divisive president since Abraham Lincoln. He represents an alternative world so that’s why you have riots at places like Berkeley, he — you have two parallel universes here. There’s actually a very funny Megyn Kelly interview I did two weeks before the election, she’s giving me all this polling data. And I said, look, there are two universes. Now if your universe is right, Hillary Clinton’s president. If our

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ABC’s Jon Karl: In First 100 Days, Trump Has...
Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jon Karl said President Donald Trump had “fallen dramatically short” of the standard he set for his first 100 days during the 2016 presidential campaign. Remarks as follows: Well, on one hand, George, Donald Trump has truly shaken up Washington and he has big plans for the rest of the year. But by the standards that he set for himself during the campaign, there is no question that he has fallen dramatically short in the first 100 days. Just take a look at this. Back in October, he offered what he called a contract with the American voter. This is ten specific promises, ten pieces of legislation, that he promised to introduce and, quote, “fight for their passage within the first 100 day of my administration.” Well, George, only one of those has even been introduced. And that is repealing and replacing Obamacare. And obviously, that hasn’t passed. There is one area where there has been a significant impact though, in the first 100 days, and that’s on regulations. Cutting, rolling back regulations that Obama put in place, especially on the environment. His economic team believes this is already having

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Rubio: Any of the 16 Republicans Who Ran For...
Sunday on Miami WBFS’s “Facing South Florida,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) said any of the 16 Republicans who ran for president in 2016 would have nominated Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme court vacancy left by Antonin Scalia. Rubio said, “Getting him on the court was a great thing for President Trump. In all fairness, for all the criticisms he gets Neil Gorsuch is a person that could have been nominated by any of the 16 other Republicans that ran and probably would have been.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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War of Words after David Crosby Calls Ted...
A public war of words erupted this weekend between rockers David Crosby and Ted Nugent after Crosby called Nugent an "a**hole" following his visit to the White House on Thursday.

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Street Artist Depicts Caitlyn Jenner as...
Street artist Sabo has skewered Caitlyn Jenner with a series of mock posters depicting the reality TV star as the demon clown Pennywise from Stephen King's horror classic 'It.'

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Hillary Clinton Crashes Tribeca Film Festival
NEW YORK (AP) -- The premiere of a virtual reality short by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow was already a high-profile event at the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday night. And then Hillary Clinton walked onstage.

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Left-Leaning Artists Produce Records to Support...
A wide range of liberal artists donated their talents for a project to benefit Planned Parenthood, the organization that performed 323,999 abortions in 2014-15, according to its latest annual report, and received $553.7 million in federal health care grants and reimbursements in the year that ended June 30, 2015.

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