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Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the revelation that former FBI Director James Comey changed the language in his statement about ending the Hillary Clinton email investigation is concerning.
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Former FBI Director James Comey is taking criticism for changing the language between an early draft and the final copy of his statement on ending the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Kellyanne Conway criticized some on the left for immediately politicizing the deadly church shooting in Texas.
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A professor's op-ed for the Washington Post slammed the Pledge of Allegiance as "an instrument of white nationalism."
A Navy veteran could not bring himself to accept a community service award from the New Orleans Saints because he is fed up with the national anthem protests.
A team leader in Bergdahl's platoon said he was "very disappointed" to hear about the lenient sentence deserter Bowe Bergdahl received this week.
Coaches at East Coweta public High School are no longer allowed to pray with their football team after an anti-religion group warned them it is illegal.