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• George Soros Aids Group Planning People's Climate March
An organization funded in part by liberal billionaire George Soros plans to mark the 100th day of President Donald Trump's time in office with a march in Washington, The Washington Times reported Friday.
• Facebook Gearing Up to Fight Political Propaganda
Facebook is acknowledging that governments or other malicious non-state actors are using its social network to influence political sentiment in ways that could affect national elections.
• Menu Labeling Requirement Delayed By Last Minute Maneuvers
A new federal regulation requiring chain stores and restaurants to post labeling on menus featuring calorie counts may be delayed by a last-minute petition to the White House.
• California Asks Insurers to Double Up on Rate Filings
Health insurers seeking regulatory approval for 2018 individual insurance plans can file two sets of premium rates as a way to deal with market uncertainty created by Republicans' promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, a California state insurance regulator said on...
• Female Troop Divorce Rate Up
The rate of divorce among female service members increased from 6.2 percent in 2015 to 6.6 percent in 2016, according to Military.com.
• Alveda King, Fr. Frank Pavone: Trump's 100 Days Have Been Best for Pro-Life Movement
The first 100 days of President Donald Trump's administration have been the best first 100 days of any president's administration for the pro-life movement, Alveda King and Father Frank Pavone wrote in a colum for the Washington Examiner.
• Facing a Pro-Gun Government, Anti-Gun Movement Feels Defiant
Donald Trump, darling of the National Rifle Association, has custody of the Oval Office. The Republican-controlled Congress already has ditched one Obama-era rule to tighten access to guns.
• Ann Coulter a No-Show at Raucous but Peaceful Berkeley Rally
Ann Coulter did not turn up in Berkeley where hundreds held a raucous but largely peaceful demonstration in her absence and lamented what they called the latest blow to free speech in the home of America's free speech movement.
• Sen. Rand Paul to Teach University Course on 'Dystopian Visions' This Fall
Sen. Rand Paul is reportedly teaching a class on "dystopian visions" at George Washington University next fall - fulfilling a wish-list ambition he's had for years.
• Kelly on Expanding Airport Electronics Ban: 'The Threat Is Real'
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Thursday he is considering expanding a ban on larger electronic devices aboard to all airline flights because "the threat is real" from terrorist groups around the world.
• Fox Host Jesse Watters Takes Vacation After Ivanka Remark
Fox News host Jesse Watters is taking the rest of the week off from his new primetime spot after he was accused of making an inappropriate comment about Ivanka Trump on the air.
• NYC to Pay for Lawyers to Help Illegal Immigrants Fight Deportation
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio has set up $16 million in his 2018 budget to pay for lawyers to help illegal immigrants fight deportation, The Washington Times reported.
• Georgia Rep. John Lewis Joins Protest Against NRA Convention
Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., is planning to lead a protest against the National Rifle Association's annual convention being held in his home district, The Hill reports.
• Bob Dole: '21st Century Is Still the Age of Nixon'
Former conservative senator and presidential candidate Bob Dole said "the beginning of the 21st century is still the Age of Nixon," and that today's leaders would be wise to emulate the 37th president.
• Mother of Son Killed: I Would 'Work on the Wall Myself'
A mother whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant said she supports President Donald Trump's plan to build the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
• United CEO Blames 'System Failure' for David Dao Incident
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz apologized again on Thursday for his company's forcible removal of Dr. David Dao earlier this month, blaming "a system failure" in an interview with NBC News.
• Suspended Alabama Chief Justice Moore Running for US Senate
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's entry into the U.S. Senate race adds another layer of drama to what's already expected to be a rollicking special election to fill the seat previously held by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions....
• Kushners Are Partners With One of Israel's Richest Families
A member of one of Israel's richest families is among the largest investors in the companies owned by the family of Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser. Raz Steinmetz, whose family built its fortune as diamond traders, has been partnering...
• Maine Gov. LePage Wants to out Those Hired to Film Animal Cruelty
A bill drawn up by Republican Gov. Paul LePage would make public the names of animal activists hired to film undercover footage of animal cruelty. An adviser to LePage said this week that the governor's bill would prevent "unwarranted political attacks" by letting businesses...
• FBI's Comey Heading to Capitol Hill Next Week For Senate Hearing
FBI Director James Comey will testify before a Senate committee next week and the hearing will likely focus on the bureau's investigation into potential ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.