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Fox News Backing CNN’s Lawsuit Against White House

Fox News Channel announced Wednesday it will support CNN’s lawsuit against the White House over the temporary suspension of White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s “hard pass” press credential, revealing the company will file an amicus brief in defense of the partisan network. Fox News issued a statement accusing the White House of “weaponizing” Secret Service passes for reporters: FOX News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter’s press credential. We intend to file an amicus brief with the U.S. District Court. Secret Service passes for working…

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Poll: 72% Blame Media for ‘Dividing Americans, Spreading Hate’

Seventy-two percent of Americans blame the media for dividing the country and spreading hate, according to the Washington Examiner. “Nearly three-quarters of the country believes that the media is ‘dividing Americans’ along political, racial, and gender lines, a stunning condemnation of the press, according to a new national survey,” the outlet writes. A fewer number of Americans, two-thirds, say the same about President Trump, the Zogby poll found. The pollster found that those polled “felt the mainstream media spreads hate and misunderstanding, also felt that President Trump is responsible for…

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Health 

Thousands caught up in ‘appalling’ cervical screening blunder

Image copyright Science Photo Library More than 40,000 women in England have not received information regarding cervical cancer screening after a failure to send out letters by the NHS. The errors were made between January and June. Around 4,000 of them were results of tests, the remainder were letters inviting them for screening or reminding them they were due. Between 150 and 200 of the test results that were not sent out were abnormal results. But it is thought their intended recipients should have received at least one notification from…

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Klukowski: Donald Trump Will Win CNN Lawsuit; Constitution on His Side

President Donald Trump will win the lawsuit that CNN filed against him on Tuesday after the White House revoked Jim Acosta’s press pass, both because the Constitution does not allow a federal court to issue this kind of order to the White House and because the First Amendment does not protect what Acosta did. Americans were astounded on November 7, when instead of sticking with questions, Acosta chose to argue with the president in the East Room of the White House over the political and policy implications of illegal aliens…

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Sports 

Projecting Three Different Record-Setting Contracts for Bryce Harper

Editor’s note: SI is running a series of Bryce Harper stories as he prepares to sign one of the richest contracts in baseball history. Click here to catch up on all of our Bryce Harper Week content. There are more options than ever for projecting players’ performance—a slew of public systems, along with the advanced methodology behind closed doors in front offices—but projecting players’ contracts is still a tricky business. The market can change drastically from one year to the next, making it difficult to rely on past winters’ precedents; the same…

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Entertainment 

Watch Migos Sing Whitney Houston, Neil Diamond on “Carpool Karaoke”

Last night, Migos were the guests on James Corden’s recurring “Late Late Show” segment “Carpool Karaoke.” The trio rapped their hits “Bad and Boujee” and “Walk It Talk It.” They also counted $200,000 cash and dabbed along to Whitney Houston’s ”I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” Later they sang and ad-libbed over Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.” After they went clothes shopping, Corden rapped along to Cardi B’s verse from “MotorSport” and got them playing toy instruments. Watch it all happen below. [embedded content] Migos are currently on tour with Drake in…

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Pink’s Husband Warns: Wildfire Looters ‘Will Be Shot on Sight’

Pink’s husband Carey Hart is warning that looters who try to take advantage of California wildfire victims “will be shot on sight.” Moreover, Hart is urging other Californians to avail themselves of their Second Amendment rights and stand strong with him. On Tuesday, Hart wrote on Instagram: “It’s unfortunate that some people take advantage of others in a crisis. While the Malibu fires have been burning, some locals have been fighting off and defending their property against the fires. There have been sightings of looters breaking in to homes. Well,…

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Illegal Alien Accused of Killing Three Was a DACA Recipient

An illegal alien accused of killing three people has been a recipient of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) program, immigration officials say. A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson told the Springfield News-Leader that Luis Rodrigo Perez, 23, a Mexican national accused of killing three people in Missouri after jail officials released him on domestic violence charges in New Jersey, was a recipient of the DACA program in 2012 and 2014. It is unclear whether he was no longer eligible or did not re-apply for the program…

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Donald Trump’s Caravan Asylum Reforms Get Court Hearing Nov. 19

The lawsuit by pro-migration, pro-caravan groups against President Donald Trump’s border policy will get a hearing on November 19 in a San Francisco courtroom. The judge is expected to freeze Trump’s pro-American reform and allow the growing number of caravans and asylum-seeking economic migrants to ask for asylum, get released, take jobs and force down average wages for blue-collar Americans. The Trump policy has been operating since Saturday. It allows migrants who arrive at the ports of entry to apply for full asylum. But the policy penalizes illegal migrants by preventing them…

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