A self-described “frustrated” President Barack Obama took aim Wednesday at those he said “think we should hide from the problem” of Ebola. Flanked by health care workers who have been treating Ebola patients in West Africa, Obama stressed the need to combat the virus at its source so that it does not spread, including within the …

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Trial is set to begin December 1, in the case of former Pharr police officer Erasmo Mata, Jr., accused of repeated first-degree felony sexual assaults of a child. A federal civil lawsuit filed with Texas Southern District Court back in May accused Mata of assaulting the minor five times, on five separate occasions, all while on …

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Controversial Halloween decorations have been removed from a home by military officials at Fort Campbell after residents claimed that it depicted a black family being lynched. According to reports, Army officials at the Kentucky military base were made aware of the decorations when a photo was sent to them. The decorations depict a family hanging …

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Jeb Bush framed opposition to Common Core as a misunderstanding and blamed President Barack Obama for the opposition. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks at the preview of the new George H.W. Bush Gallery at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, Oct. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Philadelphia Daily News, C.F. Sanchez) Speaking amid mounting speculation that …

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HOUSTON (TheBlaze/AP) — Houston’s mayor says the city has withdrawn subpoenas seeking speeches and other information from five pastors who publicly opposed an ordinance banning discrimination of gay and transgender residents. Mayor Annise Parker said Wednesday that the subpoenas weren’t intended to infringe on anyone’s religious freedoms, but rather to help the city defend itself …

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With the midterm elections less than a week away, a new study reveals non-citizens could change the results of certainly tightly-contested races by voting illegally. For the Record‘s episode “General Holder’s War” focused on the threat of voter fraud and the Department of Justice’s refusal to take what many consider common-sense steps to prevent it. …

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As a punishment for lying about her age to try and date an older boy, Louisville, Kentucky, dad Kevin Jones decided to resort to embarrassing his daughter as much as he could. Jones reportedly caught his 10-year-old daughter lying about her age on social media and posting pictures of herself that made her look older. …

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A 16-year-old high school student and his girlfriend were reportedly suspended from school after posing with fake guns in pictures before a homecoming dance. According to reports, Tito Velez and his 16-year-old girlfriend Jamie Pereira were posing for pictures before their dance at Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical High School in Taunton, Massachusetts when they decided that, …

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A week before Pennsylvania voters render their verdict on his last four years, Republican Gov. Tom Corbett signed a pro-gun law barring local restrictions. Republican Governor Tom Corbett, center, stands with his wife Susan, as he answers questions after a debate with Democratic party candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf at the WTAE-TV studio …

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If you have ever been to or traveled through Arnolds Park, Iowa, chances are you have seen or at least heard of Mrs. Lady’s Mexican Food. Known for it’s large portions and low prices, this family-owned, cash-only restaurant has become a staple for those living in Dickinson County. Carole Hinders has made an honest living …

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TRIPLE AMPUTEE VETERAN’S “F#*K YOU” LETTER TO OBAMA GOES VIRAL! Senior Airman Brian Kolfage is a United States hero. He is a triple-amputee veteran of the War in Iraq who has surpassed all odds and made the most incredible recovery of any veteran to ever survive his injuries. He is a patriot – the kind …

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The White House said Wednesday it was “counterproductive” for one of its own senior officials to call Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a “chickens**t.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu waves after a meeting at the White House, Oct. 1, 2014.  (JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images) “Certainly that’s not the administration’s view, and we think such comments are inappropriate …

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Apparently A Lot Of People Are Dressing Up As ISIS For Halloween This Year And posting pictures of themselves on social media.posted on Oct. 28, 2014, at 2:53 p.m. 1. These women had an unconventional take on the militant wardrobe. Dakota Echeverria@ForeignPussyFollow Guess what we are <img src=”https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v1/72×72/1f473.png”><imgsrc=”https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v1/72×72/1f473.png”><imgsrc=”https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v1/72×72/1f473.png”><imgsrc=”https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v1/72×72/1f602.png”><imgsrc=”https://abs.twimg.com/emoji/v1/72×72/1f602.png”> 12:20 AM – 25 Oct 14 Reply Retweet Favorite …

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This will not make President Obama very happy. For the second time in two weeks, people were spotted leaving a campaign appearance as the president was still speaking. Just last week, during a campaign event in Maryland, TheBlaze reported that people started filing out of the arena as Obama was still speaking. On Tuesday, the …

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Appearing on MSNBC Tuesday, Feminist Katha Pollitt argued that aborting a baby is often times “more moral” than actually giving birth to a child. Quoting Pollitt’s own words, host Ronan Farrow recited, “We need to see abortion as an urgent practical decision that is just as moral as the decision to have a child – …

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President Barack Obama stressed Tuesday that the U.S. government’s response to the Ebola outbreak must be based in science, and not fear. President Barack Obama walks away his podium after speaking about Ebola from the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) “America in the end …

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