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It’s not often reported in the mainstream media, but President Trump’s administration has had a huge win. He and his newly appointed agency heads have made significant progress on rolling back and reforming the regulatory state.  Federal agencies have rescinded or delayed implementation of more than 800 hundred regulations. The administration has permanently repealed more than a dozen Obama-era regulations using resolutions of disapproval under the Congressional Review Act. President Trump …
State police announced special traffic patterns that will be put into effect on Sunday to help motorists attending the NASCAR race at the Pocono Raceway in Long Pond. • Prior to the race, Route 115, from Interstate 80 to the raceway, will be converted to two lanes southbound. This conversion will be put into effect at about 9 a.m. and continue until all traffic has entered the track grounds. read m…
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Defendants in pending criminal cases entered guilty pleas before President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II. Erick S. Mack, 36, of Lansford, pleaded to one count of simple assault. He was charged by Lansford police for assaulting his wife on June 15 at their residence. Charges of terroristic threats and public drunkenness were dropped in a plea bargain. When police arrived on scene, the victim said she feared for her life because of threats made by Mack. Nanovic accepted the plea but deferred…
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EASTON, Pa. (AP) — Police say an Italian restaurant in eastern Pennsylvania is apparently a favorite spot for one man — a burglary suspect jailed on charges he's broken into the place three times. Forks Township police had already charged 32-year-old Maurice Greene for burglaries at DeLorenzo's Restaurant on Feb. 1 and Sept. 28 before they determined he was also responsible for a Sept. 7 break-in. read mor…
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Trinity happenings Sunday worship and Service of Healing at Trinity Lutheran Church, 175 S. Third St., begins at 9:30 a.m. The Service of Healing with prayers and the “laying on of hands” are said for those to help ease emotional, physical and spiritual burdens. The church is air-conditioned. Visiting pastor the Rev. David Kistler presides. Coffeehouse fellowship follows. First Tuesday quiet communion is at 10 a.m. Aug. 1. United Lutheran of Philadelphia Seminary Richard Bergen’s inter…
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Drought conditions are getting worse in several states, and extreme heat and weeks with little rain have begun to stress corn, soybeans, wheat and livestock in some a…
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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Former Nebraska quarterback Zac Taylor and defensive end Chad Kelsay are among the new members of the Nebraska Football Hall of F…
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A report from a federal commerce bureau says the economies of Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota logged the worst performance in the U.S. in the beginning of 2017, with economic o…
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FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) — Police have arrested a New Jersey man who is accused of evading nearly $88,000 in tolls and f…
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HELSINKI (AP) — Polar bear mom Venus has gotten a summer treat — a chance to frolic in the snow with her eight-month-old cub despite the heat enveloping Finland's northern Lap…
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Reversing a move made by the Obama administration, President Donald Trump announced July 26 that “transgender” individuals will be banned from serving in the U.S. mil…
07.27 / 16:22
thenewamerican.com
Kate’s Law, the much publicized bill that would increase penalties for deported illegal aliens who sneak back into the United States, passed the House of Representatives with a vote of 257 to 157. 24 Democrats voted yes on this immigration bill, but Michigan Congressman Justin Amash, a libertarian Republican, voted against the party line and now explains his “NO” [R…
07.27 / 16:20
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As a result of the political developments concerning President Donald Trump’s ties with Russia, the US Armed Services Committee have approved a new legislation that would ban a Russian-based anti-virus software. Kaspersky anti-virus is currently widely used by the American public, as well as high-profile institutions. However, as the issue of cybersecurity is rapidly developing, US lawmakers are […] The post Amid The Russian Scare, Kaspersky Under Congress Scrutiny appeared fi…
07.27 / 16:20
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US lawmakers appear to have reached a deal on imposing new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea after a push to add in Pyongyang threatened to complicate the bill’s path forward, a report says. “The Senate will move to approve the Iran and Russia sanctions it originally passed six weeks ago, as well as the …
07.27 / 16:16
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With the latest reports on Thursday suggesting Republicans in the Senate are going to finalize the details of their so-called “skinny repeal” bill at a lunchtime meeting, opponents of the effort are decrying the bill as a “Trojan Horse” and “humanitarian catastrophe” that would strip healthcare coverage from millions of people while inflicting untold damage…
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https://democracynow.org – As protesters shouted “Kill the bill! Kill the bill!” Senate Republicans voted Tuesday, by the narrowest of margins, to open debate on … Via…
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RTJuly 27, 2017 The US Pacific Fleet chief said he would obey a hypothetical order to launch a nuclear strike against China if the president chose to give it. The remarks follow the director of the CIA’s recent assessment that Beijing poses a major threat to the US in the long run. Commander of the […
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Three Muslim men who went on a drunken rampage through Liverpool city center, filming themselves attacking strangers because they were white “non-Muslims,” have been jailed. Liverpool Crown Court heard that Amin Mohmed, 24, and Mohamed Patel, 20, set upon victim Gary Bohanna when he revealed he was a Christian. A laughing Faruq Patel, 19, who [&#…
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The hosts of “The View” gathered a hilarious collection of interviews over the past week of new White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci and the many times he contradicted himself. In a series of late night tweets, Scaramucci appeared to blame Chief of Staff Reince Priebus…
07.27 / 16:14
rawstory.com
Last week, incoming White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci held a press briefing in which he boasted of President Donald Trump’s athletic prowess in an effort to demonstrate the president’s competitiveness. “I’ve seen this guy throw a dead spiral through a…
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