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Leftists Arrested Trying to Shut Down ICE Facility Run by ‘Profiteers’

Seven open-borders activists were arrested after trying to disrupt a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) processing facility Monday night in South Florida while another group of leftists picketed the company that owns the facility for being “profiteers.”

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Robert Mueller Indicts Russian Intel Officials for DNC Hack

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced Friday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors have secured an indictment against 12 more Russian nationals, this time in specific relation to the 2016 Democratic National Committee (DNC) hack.

An AT&T store is seen on 5th Avenue in New York on October 23, 2016. AT&T unveiled a mega-deal for Time Warner that would transform the telecom giant into a media-entertainment powerhouse positioned for a sector facing major technology changes. The stock-and-cash deal is valued at $108.7 billion including debt, …

DOJ Fighting to Stop AT&T-Time Warner Merger

The Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division filed notice Thursday that it will appeal federal District Judge Richard Leon’s ruling allowing telecom giant AT&T and content creator Time Warner’s merger to go through.

Brett Kavanaugh, appeals court judge, stands after being nominated as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court by U.S. President Donald Trump, not pictured, with his wife Ashley Estes Kavanaugh, left, and daughters Margaret, second left, and Liza during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House …

WaPo: SCOTUS Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Had Credit Card Debt, Paid It Off

The left-leaning press revealed its next angle of attack on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh Wednesday with a Washington Post deep dive into his finances. The paydirt: In 2016, he had between $60,000 and $200,000 of debt, then he paid it off in 2017.

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FBI Memos: Journalists Colluded with Andrew Weissmann on Paul Manafort Investigation

A Sunday report from Politico’s Josh Gerstein published two internal FBI documents that suggest Associated Press reporters gave investigators linked to special counsel Robert Mueller’s “Russia” probe information they had uncovered about one-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort at an off-the-record meeting last year.

US moves to unite migrant children with parents by deadline

DHS Refuses to ‘Reunite’ Children with Adults Who Aren’t Their Parents

Three parents actually admitted they were not related to the children with whom they were ordered to be “reunited” when agents brought out DNA swabs to test parentage. Two others were proven to not be the parents when DNA tests were completed. Eight other purported parents will not be “reunited” with children due to failed criminal background checks that turned up serious convictions or child abuse.

President Donald Trump greets Judge Brett Kavanaugh his Supreme Court nominee, in the East Room of the White House, Monday, July 9, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Trump Announces Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Nominee

President Donald Trump stood in the East Room of the White House Monday night with his eagerly anticipated pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy: Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

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Media Push Raymond Kethledge’s Inevitability

Judge Raymond Kethledge is being increasingly portrayed as the “consensus” or “compromise” candidate for the Supreme Court in media descriptions of President Donald Trump’s decision making process, suggesting his inevitability despite concerns over such a pick among Trump’s base.

Main DOJ Building During Open Borders March

‘Borders are Bullsh*t’ — The ‘Families Belong Together’ March in Pictures

WASHINGTON, DC — Explicit calls for open borders and the abolition of immigration enforcement, once on the fringes of the immigration debate, were widely on display at MoveOn.org’s “Families Belong Together” rally and march in Washington, DC, Saturday, along with attendees from various far-left socialist organizations.

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Supreme Court Keeps Woman’s ‘Right to Prayer’ Lawsuit Alive

Mary Anne Sause, a Kansas woman who claims police violated her First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion when they commanded her to stop praying, will have another day in court after the Supreme Court of the United States ordered a lower court Thursday to reconsider her lawsuit.

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Mueller Prosecutors and Mike Flynn Agree to Third Delay in Sentencing

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn will wait another two months to receive a sentence for his false statements to investigators after his defense lawyers agreed to another delay Friday with prosecutors from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office.

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., listens to comments by House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Md., as she and fellow Democrats criticize the efforts of Republicans to muscle legislation through the House authorizing an election-year lawsuit against President Barack Obama that accuses him of exceeding his powers in enforcing his health …

Maxine Waters Cancels Events over ‘Lynching’ Threat

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), whose calls last weekend for supporters to “harass” Trump administration officials in their private lives earned her the disavowal of several leading Democrats, claimed Thursday she was forced to cancel two planned events in the South due to threats from political opponents.

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Fireworks as Jim Jordan and Rod Rosenstein Spar Over Documents

“Mr. Rosenstein, why are you keeping information from Congress?” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein at a House Judiciary Committee hearing Thursday, setting off a fiery and contentious interview that saw both men slinging barbs at each other.

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18 Democrat AGs Ask Courts to Make Kids into Golden Tickets

Its main focus is on forcing the administration to give up its policy of enforcing American immigration laws and adopt a bevy of open-borders policies aimed at allowing, effectively, unlimited numbers of people to enter the country without recourse.

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Court Limits Sanctuary City Funding Order to Chicago

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Tuesday temporarily limited the scope of an injunction forcing the Justice Department to keep dispersing funds to so-called “sanctuary” jurisdictions to just the City of Chicago.