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Today's Headlines and Commentary

German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned a series of anti-immigrant protests across eastern German cities on Wednesday, according to the Wall Street Journal. Several of the protests turned violent, with participants displaying illegal Nazi symbols and chasing people who did not … Continue reading

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Today's Headlines and Commentary

National security adviser John Bolton is pushing to eliminate the cybersecurity coordinator in the White House, according to Politico. The position leads National Security Council staffers who manage interagency cooperation and strategy-making on cyber policy. Bolton’s motives seem mixed: He … Continue reading

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Today's Headlines and Commentary

Today’s news post is shorter than usual. Our normal coverage will resume on Monday.   President Trump agreed to a request from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for direct talks, reports the New York Times. The U.S. and South Korea … Continue reading

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Today's Headlines and Commentary

Kim Jong Un told a delegation from South Korea that his regime is willing to commence negotiations with the U.S. aimed at eliminating the country’s nuclear arsenal, the New York Times reports. Kim committed to halting North Korea’s nuclear and … Continue reading

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Today's Headlines and Commentary

Marc Short, the president’s legislative affairs director, said on Monday that the White House looks forward to releasing the Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo after Democrats work with the FBI to eliminate the portions of the memo that expose … Continue reading

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