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‘Guac the vote’: Taco trucks in Texas turn into voter registration booths ahead of Election Day

HOUSTON (TheBlaze/AP) — At Tacos Tierra Caliente — a food truck parked in a section of Houston where Spanish is spoken as often as English — $1.50 can buy such street taco staples as pollo (chicken), barbacoa (shredded beef) and lengua (tongue).

H.S. football players exercise right to kneel during anthem — so sheriff’s deputies exercise a right of their own


High school football players in Louisiana exercised their First Amendment right to take a knee during the national anthem before a game, and now sheriff’s deputies are exercising their right not to work as voluntary security detail at those very events.

Alabama judge removed from office for defying gay marriage law


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore was removed from the bench Friday for defying the U.S.

Trump responds to criticism of 3 a.m. tweet storm with Clinton jab

WASHINGTON (TheBlaze/AP) — Donald Trump is defending his early-morning tweets attempting to shame a former Miss Universe, saying it shows he’d be awake for a 3 a.m.

‘Bill, let’s go!’: Watch Clinton delay Obama’s flight home from Israel

Like many air travelers, President Barack Obama just wanted to get on the plane and go home Friday after a trip to Israel.

Megyn Kelly challenges Clinton: Come on my show ‘instead of just using my name’ to criticize Trump


Fox News host Megyn Kelly took to Twitter Friday to challenge Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to come on her show for an interview.

Rowdy crowd blocks street to cheer drivers pulling donuts. Watch what they do to cop who shows up.


Police in California are looking at cellphone video recorded Sunday in an attempt to find the people who repeatedly kicked an officer’s cruiser while he was operating it.

After college lets students pick their ‘preferred pronouns,’ one decides to milk new policy for all it’s worth

When the University of Michigan, in an attempt to “foster inclusiveness,” announced this week that it would allow students to choose their own “personal pronouns,” which faculty and staff would be expected to use when talking to them, Grant Strobl had an idea.

Police: Student admits he wore gorilla mask to taunt Black Lives Matter protesters. Now he’s charged with civil rights intimidation.

A Tennessee college student has been charged with civil rights intimidation after he allegedly donned a gorilla mask and taunted protesters at a Black Lives Matter event, according to WJHL-TV.

Not guilty plea entered in Tulsa officer’s manslaughter case


TULSA, Okla. (TheBlaze/AP) — A not guilty plea has been entered on behalf of an Oklahoma police officer charged with first-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man.

Trump says he has a ‘very good’ marital history


If you ask Donald Trump, his marital past is “very good.” During an interview with WBIN-TV in New Hampshire Thursday, the Republican presidential nominee criticized his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, for being “nasty” during Monday night’s first 2016 presidential debate.

Man faces charges for threatening police on social media during officer’s funeral


A man is facing charges after Detroit police said he posted a threat against law enforcement officers on social media during a live stream of an officer’s funeral.

Trump shames ex-beauty pageant winner for sexual history in early-morning tweet-storm


WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump shamed a former beauty pageant winner Friday for her sexual history and encouraged Americans to check out what he called her “sex tape,” in an early-morning tweet-storm that dragged him further away from his campaign’s efforts to broaden its appeal to women.

American heckler at Ryder Cup accepts challenge to sink a putt the pros could not


North Dakota’s David Johnson is not playing on the American Ryder Cup team. However, after Thursday’s practice round at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota, golfers and golf fans around the world may be asking why Johnson hasn’t been recruited.

Pro-lifers celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment as opponents renew push to overturn


On the 40th anniversary of the Hyde Amendment, which bars the use of taxpayer funds for elective abortion procedures, pro-life groups celebrated its impact amid a push by pro-choice groups and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to overturn it.

UN news outlet deletes tweet calling on American expats to ‘stop Trump’


The United Nations’ news agency quickly shuffled Thursday evening to remove a tweet the outlet published requesting “8 million Americans abroad” register to vote to “stop Trump.” The tweet, published at 9:14 p.m.

Mark Cuban: Trump will go bankrupt in seven years if he loses

Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and host of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” asserted Thursday on Twitter that fellow billionaire Donald Trump will be bankrupt within seven years if he does not win the presidency in November.

USA Today breaks tradition in brutal editorial, warns Trump is ‘unfit for the presidency’


For the first time in the newspaper’s history, USA Today’s editorial board is warning readers against Donald Trump, whom they deem “unfit for the presidency.” This is the first time in the paper’s 34-year history that it is taking a position in a presidential election.

CNN’s Jake Tapper tells Trump supporter the GOP nominee is ‘surrounded by a philanderers club’


CNN host Jake Tapper laid into Donald Trump and his campaign advisors Thursday, telling one of the Republican presidential nominee’s supporters that he is “surrounded by a philanderers club.” The accusation came amid reports that Trump may be gearing up for an attack against Clinton on her husband former President Bill Clinton’s sexual impropriety when he was in the White House.

Suspect in Texas crime spree said to be illegal immigrant deported three times


A man accused of fatally shooting two people in Texas on Sunday night is an illegal immigrant who had been deported at least three times.


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