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Today's Top News Compilation - Wed, Jan 1st, 2020

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2 US Navy ships in Middle East facing COVID-19 outbreaks

  • News source: ABC News: Top Stories
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Two U.S. Navy ships in the Middle East are experiencing COVID-19 outbreaks.
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Chief: No discipline for officer who shot protestor in face

  • News source: ABC News: Top Stories
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Officials say a Florida police officer who shot a woman in the face with a rubber bullet during a demonstration against police violence won’t face disciplinary action
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Past Biden, Psaki tweets criticizing Trump slammed after new Syria airstrikes

  • News source: Brie Stimson
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Past Twitter messages from President Biden and one of his top aides -- both criticizing former President Trump -- weren't appearing to age well Thursday after Biden ordered airstrikes against an Iranian-backed militia stronghold in Syria.

In 2017, Jen Psaki, now White House press secretary, questioned what the Trump administration’s "legal authority for strikes" was in Syria following a Trump-ordered military action.

"Assad is a brutal dictator," she tweeted, "But Syria is a sovereign country."

When Psaki’s nearly four-year-old tweet resurfaced...
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LIVE UPDATES: Joe Biden revokes Trump order that called for review of funding for 'anarchist' cities

  • News source: FOX News
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President Biden this week revoked several executive orders issued by Donald Trump, including one that called for a review of funding given to so-called "anarchist" cities.

Biden issued an executive order on Wednesday night to undo the review, which was issued in response to violent and destructive riots that took place in multiple cities.

Cities that were designated by the Department of Justice as anarchist included New York City, Portland and Seattle. The affected municipalities filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its attempts to...
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LIVE UPDATES: CPAC 2021 speakers on Friday will include Trump Jr., Ted Cruz

  • News source: FOX News
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The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) is slated to run through Sunday and a number of high-profile conservatives will take the stage to share conservative ideas with the crowd.

Sens. Mike Lee, R-Utah, James Lankford, R-Okla, Ted Cruz R-Texas, and Rick Scott R-Fla. are among the many speakers on Friday. Others include Florida Gov. Ron Desantis, former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and Donald Trump Jr.

Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak on Sunday, his first public remarks since Inauguration Day.

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Pompeo reacts to Syria airstrikes: 'I hope it wasn't just bombs in the desert'

  • News source: Samuel Chamberlain
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A United States airstrike in eastern Syria late Thursday should have targeted "something that threatened the United States of America," former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told "The Ingraham Angle".

"You've got to protect your force, you've got to establish deterrence," Pompeo told host Laura Ingraham. "We did this a couple of times, it was effective.

"I don't know what they struck or what targets they went after," Pompeo added. "I hope it just wasn't bombs in the desert. I hope it really went after something that threatened the United States of...
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Proud Boys leader has no sympathy for lawmakers targeted by Capitol riot

  • News source: CNN.com - RSS Channel - Politics
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Miami (CNN)The leader of the far-right Proud Boys group does not care that lawmakers were terrorized by rioters inside the US Capitol on January 6 as they tried to do their jobs. 

 "I'm not gonna cry about people who don't give a crap about their constituents. I'm not going to sympathize with them," Enrique Tarrio says. 

 More than a dozen people affiliated with the often violent, far-right  "Western Chauvinist" group have been charged for their roles in the insurrection, so CNN sat down with Tarrio to hear if he had any explanation or...
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Boehner tells Cruz to ‘go f—- yourself’ while recording audio book: report

  • News source: Edmund DeMarche
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John Boehner, the former Republican House speaker, reportedly blurted out, "Oh, and [Sen.] Ted Cruz, go f—k yourself," while recording the audio for his upcoming book titled, "On the House: A Washington Memoir."

Axios, citing two sources familiar with the recording, reported that Boehner went off-script during an aside. The report pointed to a tweet from Boehner warning, "Poured myself a glass of something nice to read my audiobook. You can blame the wine for the expletives."

There is no secret that the two—at least publically—do not have a good...
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Donald Trump Jr.: Donald Trump is ‘still the future of the Republican Party’

  • News source: Joshua Nelson
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Former President Donald Trump is the future of the Republican Party, his eldest son Donald Trump Jr. argued on Thursday.

"If you're reading the room and you're intelligent, you realize that Donald Trump is still the future of the Republican Party," Trump Jr. told "Hannity" ahead of his father's weekend speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Trump Jr. insisted to host Sean Hannity that Republicans who support the 45th president are "following an America First agenda" to "fight for the hard-working men and women" in the United...
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North Korea: Russian diplomats leave by hand-pushed trolley

  • News source: BBC News - World
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The diplomats had no choice as Pyongyang has banned trains from leaving as part of Covid measures.
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Biden revokes Trump order that cut funding for ‘anarchist’ cities after riots

  • News source: Brittany De Lea
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President Biden this week revoked several executive orders issued by Donald Trump, including one that called for a review of funding given to so-called "anarchist" cities.

Biden issued an executive order on Wednesday night to undo the review, which was issued in response to violent and destructive riots that took place in multiple cities.

Cities that were designated by the Department of Justice as anarchist included New York City, Portland and Seattle. The affected municipalities filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its attempts to...
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Cheney faces new calls to step down after CPAC comments

  • News source: Politics - CBSNews.com
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Congresswoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming is coming under fire again after breaking ranks with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Cheney said Wednesday that it's "up to CPAC" to allow former President Trump to speak, and she added "I've been clear in my views about President Trump and the extent to which following January 6, I don't believe he should be playing a role in the party."

CBS News asked both Cheney and McCarthy if Mr. Trump should speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend.

McCarthy replied: "Yes, he should."...
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2/25: Red and Blue

  • News source: Politics - CBSNews.com
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The fight to increase the minimum wage in the U.S.; CPAC set to kick off in Orlando, Florida
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John James: School closures perpetuate 'most racially divided educational system' since Jim Crow era

  • News source: Joshua Nelson
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School closures due to the coronavirus pandemic are going to "set an entire generation back," former Michigan U.S. Senate candidate John James warned on "Fox News Primetime" Thursday.

"I believe that right now this is not a matter of Democrat or Republican," James told host Katie Pavlich. "It's a matter of policies that work and policies that don't. It’s a matter of what is best for our children and what is not."

The Republican insisted that "what is best for our children, according to the CDC and according to science, is in-person education."...
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Here are the three House Republicans who voted for the Equality Act

  • News source: Sam Dorman
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Three House Republicans broke with their colleagues on Thursday and supported the Equality Act, which conservatives have described as an assault on religious liberty.

Reps. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., John Katko, R-N.Y., and Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., all joined the more than 200 Democrats opposing the legislation. In total, the bill passed with a 224-206 vote.

The controversial legislation is expected to have a tough time making its way through the Senate, although the White House has pledged to sign it if able.

HOUSE PASSES EQUALITY ACT

"Today, I once...
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