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Top GOP accumulate suggests Durham probe will lead to expenses

Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., suggested Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference that U.S. Attorney John Durham’s investigation into the origins of the Russia probe will lead to criminal charges.Collins, who has served as the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee but is leaving the role after announcing a Senate campaign, described at CPAC what he believes…

Joe Biden joins Chris Wallace on ‘Fox News Sunday’ sooner than Huge Tuesday

Former Vice President Joe Biden will join “Fox News Sunday” for an interview with anchor Chris Wallace, the 2020 Democratic hopeful’s first interview on Fox News during this election cycle.Biden will discuss the results of the South Carolina primary and the latest developments in the contentious Democratic race ahead of Super Tuesday.MSNBC WORKING AGAINST BERNIE SANDERS’…

Deroy Murdock: Trump helps dark Americans design historical past in 2020

Black History Month is usually a time to remember the sacrifices that blacks have made here since 1619 (when the first slaves were dragged to these shores) and rejoice in the enormous contributions of the millions of black men and women who have made America all that it has become since 1776. This year is the perfect opportunity…

Tony Katz on ‘Fox & Chums’: Buttigieg is a ‘made-for-TV candidate’ making an attempt to reproduction Obama

Radio host Tony Katz said on “Fox & Friends” on Thursday that former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg is a “made-for-TV candidate” trying to copy former President Barack Obama.Buttigieg is facing more accusations of plagiarism after a montage emerged comparing his campaign rhetoric to Obama’s. Political outlet The Recount shared a video on Monday showing several short clips of…

Instagram health coach Kayla Itinses reveals why she would now not overshare private life: ‘Or now not it is now not dependable’

Less is more for superstar trainer Kayla Itsines, who recently shut down fans’ requests to see more of her personal life on her ever-popular Instagram account and revealed why she’d rather focus on fitness.On Wednesday, Itsines told her 12.2 million Instagram followers that they largely misunderstood her recent, general inquiry regarding what they’d like to…

Dan Crenshaw at CPAC: Tips on how to argue in opposition to socialism

Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, spoke at the annual CPAC conference delivering a powerful message ahead of the 2020 presidential election, encouraging them to “contribute to the national discussion” by telling the story of American exceptionalism.”Stakes have never been higher than they are in 2020 because the story of America is at stake,” the first-term, 35-year-old, former Navy SEAL told…

Nationwide Chili Day: 5 property you didn’t know about the spirited dish

Is there anything better than a piping-hot bowl of chili? The spicy dish has a surprisingly storied history, from its mysterious Tex-Mex origins to one American president’s obsession.In honor of National Chili Day — celebrated on the fourth Thursday of every February — dig in as we spill the beans on everything you need to…

Iran’s vp contracts coronavirus as nation’s tally spikes again

Iran’s vice president tested positive for the novel coronavirus days after the country’s health minister was also struck down by the illness that has killed 26 people in the region, marking the highest number of fatalities to occur outside of mainland China.Iranian Vice President for Women and Family Affairs Masoumeh Ebtekar is now among the…

Historical Governor Hodges says Joe Biden will grab ‘soundly’ in South Carolina

Former South Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges said that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is headed for victory Saturday in the Palmetto State, based on strong support from moderates, African-Americans and Hispanics.“I think he will win soundly on Saturday,” Hodges told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday.Hodges, who has endorsed the former vice president, was a Democratic governor of South Carolina from 1999-2003.CLYBURN…

UK butcher responds to plant-basically based mostly ‘meat’ building with meat-basically based mostly ‘carrot’

Who says carrots can’t be made from meat? Wait — on second thought, everyone says that. Pretty much everyone across the board.But not Tom Samways.Samways, a butcher in Wales, recently decided to have a “bit of a laugh” at the expense of plant-based “meat” purveyors by creating his own meat-based “carrots.” Samways’ meat-based “carrots” are…