Mark Levin blasts Dems, New York Times for trying to 'intimidate' Kavanaugh

Levin: Public turning on the press for their lies ‘Unfreedom on the Press’ author Mark Levin on the media’s blatant anti-Trump bias. The Democratic Party and the New York Times are united in their quest to intimidate people within President Trump's orbit, as well as the commander-in-chief himself, according to Mark Levin. The supposed bombshell from The Times on Supreme Court […]

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Italy’s new pro-EU government wins confidence vote, moves on to precarious budget

ROME — Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte’s new pro-Europe government won a final confidence vote Tuesday in the Senate, clearing a key hurdle as it prepares to draft a painful budget law that risks splitting the already shaky coalition. After easily clinching a first confidence vote Monday in the lower Chamber of Deputies, Conte successfully sought support in the Senate, where […]

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‘Like RSVP for parents’: New childminding service could save childcare costs

A new business is launching a 21st century equivalent of the babysitting club, with an online platform designed to match like-minded parents to swap free childminding. Kidsnest chief executive Karen Monahan said she expected to launch the service in Sydney next March if not sooner, after a pilot study in Melbourne’s St Kilda this month. The service has already had […]

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New White House immigration rule: How will your taxes be impacted?

Trump administration to strengthen ability of federal government to deny green cards FBN’s Edward Lawrence on a new rule that would deny green cards to illegal immigrants likely to rely on government aid. A new White House rule that requires foreigners seeking to enter the U.S. disclose their use of public benefits would save taxpayers about $2.27 billion per year, according […]

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Boris Johnson to become new UK PM: What that means for Brexit

Can Boris Johnson deliver Brexit by the October 31 deadline? Fox News contributor Nigel Farage on whether incoming British Prime Minister’s Boris Johnson can get a Brexit deal done. Boris Johnson, the controversial British tabloid editor-turned-politician, was chosen as the next prime minister of the United Kingdom on Tuesday after winning an election to lead the Conservative Party. Continue Reading […]

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New Yorker’s Jane Mayer, who once vilified Kavanaugh, ripped for Franken feature

Fox News Flash top headlines for July 22 Fox News Flash top headlines for July 22 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer, who once vilified Justice Brett Kavanaugh, published an article Monday that was criticized as attempting to rehabilitate the image of former Democratic Sen. Al Franken. Mayer, along with #MeToo champion Ronan […]

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