Trump finally breaks silence and implicitly endorses Roy Moore: ‘We don’t need a liberal Democrat in that seat’

President Donald Trump implicitly endorsed embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore on Tuesday. He said “we don’t need” Democratic nominee Doug Jones to win the Senate seat from Alabama. “Roy Moore denies it — that’s all I can say,” Trump said of allegations against Moore. “And by the way, he totally denies it.” President Donald

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ISIS has been militarily defeated in Iraq and Syria

The leaders of Iraq and Iran both declared the terrorist group ISIS defeated militarily in Iraq and Syria. Iraqis and Syrians, with assistance from the US and other regional militias, took their countries back from the terror group that declared its sovereign territory in the summer of 2014. ISIS still has territory in countries around

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Facts won’t always convince people you’re right — a former flight director at NASA shares how he learned to argue better in the wake of a disaster

• Former NASA flight director Paul Hill said the space program was badly polarized in the wake of the 2003 Columbia disaster. • He learned this firsthand as he investigated the causes of the fatal accident, which killed seven astronauts. • Hill said appealing to data did little to restore trust amongst the team members.

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Charlie Rose fired from CBS following sexual misconduct allegations

CBS News fired prominent journalist and television host Charlie Rose a day after several women accused Rose of unwanted sexual advances. The network called Rose’s alleged behavior “extremely disturbing and intolerable” and said “there is absolutely nothing more important … than ensuring a safe, professional workplace.” CBS News fired prominent journalist and television host Charlie

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The DHS is being accused by its own watchdog of suppressing a report on Trump’s chaotic first travel ban

The Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general wrote a report criticizing the agency over its response to the first travel ban President Donald Trump issued in January. The department, according to its watchdog, violated two court orders during the ban’s implementation. In a letter to lawmakers, the inspector general said he was “very troubled” that

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