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Amid a federal judge’s continued refusal to rule on the Justice Department’s motion to dismiss the case against Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, President Trump announced Wednesday he has pardoned his onetime national security adviser. Flynn pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents in a case related to Robert Mueller’s special counsel Russia probe.…

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Even by Adam Schiff standards, it’s shameless. The California congressman, who made his name among many Americans as possibly the foremost serial liar of the Democrats’ “Russia collusion” hoax,  managed to distinguish himself even further on Wednesday with his duplicitous reaction to word that President Donald Trump was reportedly considering a pardon for one-time National…

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  By Chuck Ross Daily Caller News Foundation Jake Sullivan, the incoming national security adviser, criticized President Donald Trump’s policies related to the Middle East during an interview in late 2017 with CGTN, a Beijing-based media outlet controlled by the Chinese government. Sullivan appeared on the network to discuss Trump’s announcement that he would begin…

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The Supreme Court in the United Kingdom has declined to review a case of a woman who gave birth to a child but now wants to be listed on the birth certificate as the father. A high court official said the case does not “raise an arguable point of law which ought to be considered…

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(CBN NEWS) — China’s communist leader Xi Jinping is calling for countries across the world to accept a global COVID-19 tracking system that uses QR codes in an attempt to expedite international travel. Xi proposed the concept during a virtual G20 leaders’ meeting on Saturday, noting that this “global mechanism” uses an electronic barcode that…

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(CNBC) — Public health officials and drugmakers must be transparent about the side effects people may experience after getting their first shot of a coronavirus vaccine, doctors urged during a meeting Monday with CDC advisors as states prepare to distribute doses as early as next month. Dr. Sandra Fryhofer of the American Medical Association noted…

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The pandemic has not induced a political crisis for the Scottish First Minister in the same way that it has for Boris Johnson.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has lost his spot as the second-richest person in the world to Tesla CEO Elon Musk as the electric carmaker’s stock continues to surge. Bloomberg’s Billionaire Index shows Musk barely above Gates, with both billionaires worth $128 billion. Musk leaped past Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg last week, but still trails Amazon…

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By Chuck Ross Daily Caller News Foundation Jake Sullivan, who President-elect Joe Biden selected Monday as his national security adviser, defended the Clinton campaign’s involvement in the infamous Steele dossier well after Republicans had raised concerns about the credibility of the salacious document. “There’s nothing about it that from my perspective is concerning,” Sullivan said…

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