Nancy Pelosi to Dems: 'You have to be ready to throw a punch … for the children'

Fox News Flash top headlines for August 23 Fox News Flash top headlines for August 23 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., warned Democrats at the Democratic National Committee's summer meeting in San Francisco, Calif., on Friday that they have to "be ready to take a punch" and "be ready to throw a punch for […]

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Factbox: Two Republicans, 21 Democrats vie for U.S. presidential nominations

(Reuters) – The largest group of Democratic presidential candidates in the modern U.S. political era has gotten a little bit smaller. Twenty-one rivals now are seeking their party’s 2020 nomination, after Massachusetts congressman Seth Moulton abandoned his campaign on Friday. On Wednesday, Washington state Governor Jay Inslee dropped out of the race, less than a week after former Colorado Governor […]

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Trump can't tell companies how to do business: former NJ governor

Trump can’t order private companies to change how they do business: Christine Todd Whitman Former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, R-N.J., on President Trump’s handling of the trade with China. President Trump lashed out at China in a fiery tweetstorm Friday morning, warning he will be responding later this afternoon to Beijing’s most recent escalation of the trade war. Continue Reading Below In a […]

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Trump tried to pin the Dow’s latest plunge on a little-known Democrat dropping out of the 2020 presidential race

President Donald Trump sought to pin the blame on an unlikely culprit for the Dow’s latest plunge on Friday: The little-known Democratic former presidential candidateRep. Seth Moulton. “The Dow is down 573 points perhaps on the news that Representative Seth Moulton, whoever that may be, has dropped out of the 2020 Presidential Race!” Trump tweeted, referring to the Democratic candidate […]

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New Brunswick judge upholds election results in Saint John riding

A New Brunswick judge has dismissed a request to throw out the results of last year’s provincial election in the riding of Saint John Harbour. Last September, Liberal candidate Gerry Lowe won the riding by 10 votes over Progressive Conservative Barry Ogden. A recount backed the initial results, but Ogden applied to have them thrown out over irregularities. Some of […]

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Murphy says White House committed to background checks despite Trump’s mixed signals

Connecticut Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy told reporters on Friday that, despite President Donald Trump’s recent mixed signals on gun sale background checks, he believes the White House is still committed to working on a comprehensive anti-gun violence proposal. Murphy, who spoke with Trump by phone last week, said Trump “told me personally that he was indeed serious about moving forward […]

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Trump to square off in court with House Democrats over financial records

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to ask a federal judge on Friday to block Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE) and Capital One Financial Corp (COF.N) from handing the financial records of the Trump family and Trump Organization to Democratic lawmakers. The case, before the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, is one of several legal battles […]

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‘German U-boats couldn’t do it’ Fiery Farage issues defiant message for Brussels

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage admitted “there would be bumps along the road” after a no deal Brexit but heavily criticised those who claim such a scenario would be catastrophic for the UK. In a defiant message, the former UKIP leader has mocked the “doom-mongers” and their no deal projections, and said: “Even the German U-boats were not as useful […]

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Corbyn PANIC: Nervy Labour could block general election, reveals polling guru

Sir John is one of Britain’s most-well known and respected polling experts, and suggested despite Mr Corbyn’s calls for a nationwide poll, party colleagues may be less keen. The 2011 Fixed Term Parliaments Act provides only two circumstances in which a general election can be called prior to 2022, either by Parliament resolving a two-thirds majority that there should be […]

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