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Glenn Beck Ends His Fast


After calling for a fast as Indiana headed to the polls, Glenn Beck has finally weighed in on the news that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has canceled his campaign after losing the Indiana primary to Donald Trump.

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In Reversing Trump Pledge, Paul Ryan Risks Convention Role

Ryan’s personal opinion of Trump is hardly newsworthy, and no surprise. But Ryan’s decision to withhold his endorsement is, as CNN’s Dana Bash later observed, “seismic.” It has opened a new fault line in the Republican Party, just as the “Never Trump” campaign seemed to be fading into irrelevance.

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Curt Schilling’s Firing from ESPN Illustrates the Dangerous Duplicity of Political Correctness

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to interview Curt Schilling at his Medfield, Massachusetts home in his first exclusive televised interview for America Sports Network since being fired by ESPN. And though some may disagree and many others may concur with his position on the North Carolina law, did that justify him being fired from his job as a sports analyst?

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Pro EU Newspaper ‘New Day’ Folds After Just 10 Weeks

Britain’s first new national daily newspaper in 30 years is to shut, its owners said Thursday, just over two months after it was launched promising to prove that print news can survive the Internet age. Trinity Mirror group said it


Ann Coulter: And Then There Was the One

A guy just won the Republican nomination for president by spending no money, hiring no pollsters, running virtually no TV ads, and just saying what he truly believed no matter how many times people told him he couldn’t say that.

Psycho Knife in Shower

‘We Feel Stalked’ by Dallas Morning News Reporter, Says Source in Texas AG’s Office

The Dallas Morning News may have gone too far to the activist left when they hired reporter Lauren McGaughy from the Houston Chronicle, if the reporter’s recent obsessive coverage of the Texas Attorney General and his staff are any indicator. A high level source within the Texas Attorney General’s office spoke with Breitbart Texas about the reporter’s alleged behavior.

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander finally certified the result, tweeting: '@HillaryClinton and @realDonaldTrump have officially won Missouri.'

***Horse Race LiveWire*** Trump v. Clinton Begins

Welcome to Breitbart News’s live updates of the 2016 horse race. — All times eastern. 7:15: Trump says he will work with the RNC to raise a billion dollars for the general election campaign to beat Clinton. But he doesn’t think


Glenn Beck Ends His Fast

After calling for a fast as Indiana headed to the polls, Glenn Beck has finally weighed in on the news that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has canceled his campaign after losing the Indiana primary to Donald Trump.

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‘COMMENTS ARE NOW CLOSED’: Illegal Alien Convicted of Murder After Stabbing Father of Two to Death, Ripping Out His Liver

An illegal alien from El Salvador, Mauricio Morales-Caceres, faces life in prison without parole after being convicted of stabbing acquaintance Oscar Navarro, father of two, “at least” 89 times with a 15-inch butcher knife and tearing out his liver with his bare hands — but no comments on this shocking murder by a foreign national, who smiled cheerfully in his mugshot, are allowed, according to the Washington Post.


Breitbart News Sunday: May Day

On Breitbart News Sunday this evening on SiriusXM 125 The Patriot Channel from 7 to 10 p.m. ET, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow will talk to guests about May Day, “Crooked Hillary” Clinton, and the Tuesday GOP Primary in Indiana.


Daily Mail: ‘Clinton Cash’ Film Explodes into Campaign

The book that raked through the complex web of political, campaign fundraising, and political practices of Bill and Hillary Clinton last year and muddied Clinton’s presidential campaign launch is coming to the big screen just in time to cause Clinton trouble in the general election.