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Three CNN Employees ‘Resign’ Over ‘Russia Collusion’ Fake News Retraction
Thursday afternoon, CNN posted a story, by none other than Pulitzer-Prize-winning reporter Thomas Frank, claiming that "Congress was investigating a Russian investment fund with ties to Trump officials."
New Survey Reveals Trump Has Sunk Public Opinion Of US Abroad To Historic Lows By
The survey found that Trump's first six months in the White House have done more to harm public opinion of the U.S. around the world than George W. Bush's entire eight-year tenure. 
Saudi Prince Reveals ‘US Conditions’ For Mohamed Bin Salman To Be King By
The alleged conditions include “absolute obedience to the US and Israel and carrying out whatever they ask him to do.”
White House Accuses Syria Of Planning Chemical Attack, Warns “Will Pay Heavy Price” By
Nikki Haley added on Twitter: "Any further attacks done to the people of Syria will be blamed on Assad, but also on Russia and Iran who support him killing his own people."
Trump’s Saudi Weapons Deal On Hold Over Saudi, Qatar Crisis By
No weapons deals until the Gulf diplomatic crisis is resolved, pledges Bob Corker, chair of a powerful Senate committee.
Seymour Hersh: Trump Ignored Intelligence On Syrian Chemical Attack, Bombed Anyway By
According to Hersh, Trump “could not be swayed” by 48 hours worth of intense briefings and decision-making following the initial reports of the alleged chemical weapons attack.
New Video Shows Military Contractors Setting Vehicles On Fire At Dakota Access Pipeline Protests By
In the days following the vehicle fires, the local authorities and media predictably placed the blame on the water protectors.
What The Leaked EU-Japan Trade Deal Tells Us About Brexit By
JEFTA will soon become the EU’s biggest ever free trade deal, covering a trade volume twice as large as CETA, the recently negotiated agreement with Canada.
Ire For Democrat Who Pulled Plug On California’s Single-Payer Bill By
"With daily reminders of millions of patients already priced out of access to care, and subjected to the callous practices and care denials of the insurance industry there could hardly
Israel Continues Airstrikes Against Syria, Killing Two Civilians By
Syria accuses Israel of providing air cover for al-Qaeda an offensive.