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ACLU Fights Democrat Vaccine Mandate Bill in California

Moms fighting vaccine mandate bill SB277 in the California legislature may have found an ally with the state’s branch of the ACLU given that both question its constitutionality. Moms, some with children, journeyed again to Sacramento on Wednesday to protest the bill
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Report: Russian Hackers Read Obama’s Emails

After a week of vigorous denials, the New York Times just reported President Barack Obama’s email correspondence was captured by Russian cyber-hackers last year in a breach of what the White House is calling its “unclassified computer system.” The breaches
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10,000 Blacks, Hispanics Dare Supreme Court to Redefine Marriage

More than 10,000 sign-waving, hooting, and hollering true believers gathered on the National Mall this afternoon, and they had a message for the Supreme Court less than a mile away up Capitol Hill: the Court does not have the authority to redefine marriage, and the nine Justices dare not try.
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Report: ‘Sophisticated’ Russian Hackers Accessed Obama’s Emails

WASHINGTON — Some of President Obama’s email correspondence was swept up by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House’s unclassified computer system that was far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged, according to senior American officials briefed on the investigation.
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The New Yorker: Five Questions About the Clintons and a Uranium Company

The Times has reported that people involved in a series of Canadian uranium-mining deals channelled money to the Clinton Foundation while the firm had business before the State Department. And, in one case, a Russian investment bank connected to the deals paid money to Bill Clinton personally, through a half-million-dollar speaker’s fee.
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Peter Schweizer Claims Scalp: Says Bill Clinton Quit Education Company Because of ‘Clinton Cash’

Former president Bill Clinton stepped down from his position at Laureate International Universities, part of Laureate Education Inc., on Friday. His five-year term as "honorary chancellor," the company and Clinton's staff said, had expired. But Peter Schweizer, the conservative author of a forthcoming book examining the Clintons’ financial dealings, suggests a different explanation: Clinton actually resigned in order to avoid a wave of negative publicity.
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Google Unveils Ambitious Plan to Make Your Mobile Plan Cheaper and Faster

Google unveiled an ambitious new plan to take on wireless carriers, with the launch of its own calling and data service, Project Fi. Americans are demanding a faster mobile experience, and Google CEO Larry Page is reportedly frustrated that AT&T and Verizon just have not been interested in building better infrastructure. So he launched his own wireless service — with a twist.

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