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Petition To Declare George Soros A Terrorist Gets Enough Signatures For WH Response

A petition to declare socialist billionaire George Soros a terrorist has garnered enough signatures to get an official response from the White House. The petition, which needed only 100,000 signatures by September 19, had almost 137,000 signatures as of Tuesday morning. The White House.gov petition created by “E.B.” states that Soros assets should be seized by…

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Ohio Photographer Shot By Deputy While Setting Up For Photos

A small Ohio news organization said one of its photographers was shot by a sheriff’s deputy Monday night while he was setting up to take photos of a lighting storm. Photographer Andy Grimm “had his camera in his hand” when he was shot in his side by a Clark County sheriff’s deputy in New Carlisle after exiting…

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Virgin Islands Allows National Guard To Seize Guns, Ammo Ahead Of Hurricane Irma

U.S. Virgin Islands Gov. Kenneth Mapp signed an emergency order allowing the seizure of private guns, ammunition, explosives and property the National Guard may need to respond to Hurricane Irma. Mapp signed the order Monday in preparation for Hurricane Irma. The order allows the Adjutant General of the Virgin Islands to seize private property they…

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Landlords Demand Rent for Flooded Homes From Hurricane Harvey Victims

Victims of Hurricane Harvey have spoken out after landlords demanded rent from their flooded, uninhabitable homes. As they piece their lives back together, buying new furniture and other belongings after replacing those lost and finding alternate accommodation, some have been slapped with fees from landlords, who demand rent for the flooded homes the victims had to flee. Read entire…

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Synthetic Painkiller Topples Heroin As Deadliest Drug In America

The drug epidemic in America is increasingly fueled by synthetic opioids like fentanyl, which overtook heroin as the deadliest substance in the U.S. in 2016. The National Center for Health Statistics, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released the first preliminary federal report, giving an accounting of drug overdose deaths in 2016.…

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