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Omar did ‘go back’ — to Minnesota to talk health care

Omar did ‘go back’ — to Minnesota to talk health care

Ilhan Omar went back to where she was from. A day after one of President Donald Trump’s crowds chanted “Send her Back! Send her Back!” the Muslim lawmaker did go home — to Minnesota — not war-torn Somalia, which she fled as a teenage refugee. At a town hall meeting on universal health care Thursday,…MORE

Feds indict and arrest former top officials at company that distributed millions of opioids

Feds indict and arrest former top officials at company that distributed millions of opioids

A federal grand jury has indicted pharmaceutical wholesaler Miami-Luken, two of its top former officials, and two pharmacists with conspiring to illegally distribute millions of prescription painkillers in some of the states hit hardest by the opioid epidemic, the Justice Department announced Thursday. The indictment says the distribution of oxycodone and hydrocodone was “outside the…MORE

Acting CBP chief says agency ‘piloting’ new asylum rule

Acting CBP chief says agency ‘piloting’ new asylum rule

Acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan on Thursday said a new asylum rule introduced earlier this week is in the “piloting” phase even as officials expect it to be blocked in court. “Although the new federal regulation allows us to apply that all 2,000 miles along the southwest border, we’re not going to…MORE

House Judiciary asks Hope Hicks to clarify testimony about Stormy Daniels

House Judiciary asks Hope Hicks to clarify testimony about Stormy Daniels

The House Judiciary Committee is examining the truthfulness of former White House communications director and Trump confidante Hope Hicks’ statements in the aftermath of new documents released on Thursday, asking her to clarify her testimony to the committee last month. The FBI documents released earlier Thursday revealing that one day after the tape came out,…MORE

He left politics to treat his PTSD. His new mission? Helping fellow vets

He left politics to treat his PTSD. His new mission? Helping fellow vets

Last fall, Jason Kander was considered a rising star in the Democratic party. The U.S. Army combat veteran had served as Missouri’s Secretary of State, nearly beaten a Republican incumbent for a U.S. Senate seat in 2016 and was the front-runner in the race for Kansas City mayor. There was even talk of him running…MORE

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