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Watch: Army, Navy students come together to sing powerful rendition of the national anthem

During the annual football matchup between the Army and Navy on Saturday, academy students from both branches came together to sing a powerful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Independent Journal Review’s Benny Johnson was on the field to capture the stunning two minutes.

Ohio State student protesters claim police went ‘too far’ by shooting, killing Islamic terrorist

A student group at Ohio State University on Wednesday added the name of Abdul Razak Ali Artan to its list of colored people killed by police in recent months.

Army beats Navy in annual football game after 14-year losing streak


The Army football team did something they haven’t managed to do in 14 previous years: they beat their rival Navy in a well-fought battle that had both teams leaving it all on the field.

New defense authorization bill prepares Marines for cyberwar

The Senate passed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act Thursday, and delivered it to President Barack Obama to sign.

John McCain goes on offensive against Donald Trump’s likely secretary of state nominee

Sen. John McCain blasted the likely secretary of state nominee of President-elect Donald Trump Saturday, saying he’s concerned about Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Rush Limbaugh: Delaying repeal of Obamacare could be a disaster

Although Republican leadership has said that repealing the Affordable Care Act is their number one priority, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said on Friday that some Republicans aren’t even interested in repealing it, and that their plan is “a potential disaster waiting to happen.” Limbaugh said that Republicans in the U.S.

Harry Reid calls on FBI Director Comey to resign over CIA Russian hacking report

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Saturday called on FBI Director James Comey to resign, further referring to the embattled FBI leader as “J.

Watch: WWII veteran amazes Pearl Harbor crowd with stunning harmonic rendition of national anthem

World War II veteran Peter DuPre played a beautiful rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” earlier this week during the pre-game ceremonies of an annual college basketball tournament.

Top House Democrat scolds Trump: Shame on you for going after CIA

After calling President-elect Donald Trump a “propaganda piece for the Kremlin” Friday, Democrat Rep.

Report: Hillary Clinton spent more money than any other presidential candidate in history

Hillary Clinton and her Democratic supporters spent a whopping $1.2 billion on her second failed run at the White House — a record amount.

Report: Donald Trump has selected his secretary of state

CNBC reported Saturday afternoon that President-elect Donald Trump has selected Exxon Mobil President and Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson as his secretary of state.

Portland city council passes law to raise taxes on CEOs to address ‘income inequality’

The city of Portland, Oregon, recently passed a new law that will raise the tax on businesses whose CEO makes substantially more than their workers.

Protesters gather in Baltimore as Donald Trump heads to Army-Navy game

The Baltimore Sun reports that protestors are already gathering in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to attend Saturday’s annual Army-Navy game at nearby M&T Bank Stadium.

In a final letter, John Glenn praises Jeff Bezos for his vision of space travel for all humanity

Every year, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., holds its American Ingenuity Awards banquet.

Dem governor had pet chicken that died right before the election. See what its name was.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a longtime close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton, recently revealed that one of his family’s pet chickens died just prior to the 2016 presidential election.

Did Russia interfere in U.S. election to help Donald Trump? According to the CIA, it did

The talk that Russia interfered in the election between President-elect Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to cause chaos and undermine the confidence in the electoral process has been supplanted with something much more nefarious.

NASA astronaut and former Sen. John Glenn to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery

John Glenn, the former U.S. senator from Ohio and astronaut who became the first American to orbit Earth, will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery, according to FoxNews.com.

Michigan Supreme Court throws out Jill Stein’s recount appeal

For the Green Party’s Jill Stein, her recount saga is coming to a close in Michigan. The state’s supreme court late Friday upheld a ruling from a lower appeals court that denied Stein’s petition for a complete vote recount, ending her hopes of getting Michigan officials to recount the entire state’s ballots.

U.S. airstrikes kill Islamic State leader linked to 2015 Charlie Hebdo terror attacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — An Islamic State leader linked to the 2015 attacks at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and assassinations in Tunisia was killed in a U.S.

CDC reports the life expectancy of Americans has dropped for the first time in years. Thanks 2016

According to CNN, reports out of the Center for Disease Control have some bad news for U.S. citizens hoping to live as long as they possibly can.  On average, Americans can now expect to live 78.8 years, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Thursday, a statistically significant drop of 0.1 year from last year.


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